E M 580 Quality Control and Reliability

Course Description

This course covers quality improvement analysis for process and product quality; statistical process control, and capability studies. The class addresses statistical methods used in quality analysis, and modeling process and product quality.

Learning Outcomes

Students will

  • apply the DMAIC Process (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control)
  • model process quality
  • make inferences about process quality
  • learn methods and philosophy of statistical process control
  • create and use control charts for variables
  • create and use control charts for attributes
  • perform process and measurement system capability analysis

Instructor: Jim R. Jones (james.r.jones@wsu.edu)
Semester Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
Location: Global Campus

Required for:
Certificate: Six Sigma Quality Management
Core Selective for:
Master’s Degree

Course meets at times posted via web conferencing software.

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