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Certificate Programs

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The Department of Engineering offers two certificate programs.

The Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate is awarded to any student who has completed EN 375 (probability and statistics, 4 credits) and EN 443/543 (Six Sigma quality, 3 credits) with grades of B or better. This certificate signifies that the recipient has demonstrated knowledge of all topics in the ASQ Six Sigma Green Belt Body of Knowledge. EN 375 is offered each fall semester and EN 443/543 is offered each spring. Calculus 1 is a prerequisite for EN 375. EN 375 is a prerequisite for EN 443/543.

The list of recipients of the Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate.

The Lean Green Belt Certificate is awarded to any student who has completed EN 439/539 (lean manufacturing, 2 credits) and EN 477/577 (operations planning and control, 3 credits) with grades of B or better. This certificate signifies that the recipient has demonstrated knowledge of all topics in the Lean Certification Alliance Body of Knowledge. EN 439 is offered each fall semester and EN 477/577 is offered each spring. EN 375 (probability and statistics) is a prerequisite for EN 439/539. EN 471/571 (operations research, 3 credits, offered each fall) is a prerequisite for EN 477/577.

The list of recipients of the Lean Green Belt Certificate.

The courses are part of the degree programs for the BS in Engineering (with specialization in mechatronics), BS in Industrial Engineering, MS in Engineering (with emphasis areas in mechatronics and in railroad engineering), and MS in Industrial and Systems Engineering. The certificates can also be earned by non-degree seeking students, who still must meet prerequisites, at CSU-Pueblo or with a course taken elsewhere.

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