Certificate in Manufacturing Systems
The Manufacturing Systems Certificate is for students looking to acquire more knowledge in manufacturing. Students completing this certificate will explore the design, analysis, and operation of manufacturing systems as a combination of humans, machinery, equipment, tooling, controls, building, transportation, etc., that are bound by a common material and information flow through application-based courses in state-of-the-art labs and classroom environments.
12 hours total
|INSY 5330||Six Sigma||3|
|INSY 5800||Lean Systems||3|
Choose 2 of the following
|INSY 4960||Special Problems||1-5|
|INSY 4970||Industrial and Systems Engineering Special Topics||1-10|
|INSY 5240||Production and Inventory Control Systems||3|
|Production and Inventory Control Systems|
|INSY 5860||Innovations in Manufacturing Systems||3|
|Innovations in Manufacturing Systems|
|INSY 5830||Vehicle Technology and Trends||3|
|Vehicle Technology and Trends|
|INSY 5840||Control of the Manufacturing Floor and Processes||3|
|Control of the Manufacturing Floor and Processes|
|INSY 5850||Electronics Manufacturing Systems||3|
|Electronics Manufacturing Systems|
|INSY 5450||Simulation-based Planning and Scheduling||3|
|Simulation-based Planning and Scheduling|
6xxx and 7xxxx-level courses are only for undergraduate students in the ABM program or for graduate students as part of the Graduate Certificate. Special Topics/Problems courses require Department Approval and only will count as credit towards the certificate based on the topic of the course. Students cannot take 5xxx and the corresponding 6xxx course and receive credit for both.
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
UG students who complete INSY 5800/6800, INSY 5330/6330, and INSY 4800 with a B average receive the certification.