THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Depart of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
COURSE OUTLINE AND SCHEDULE
EMSE 182/282 ACCEPTANCE SAMPLUING AND QUALITY CONTROL
Introduction to Statistical Quality Control 5
by Douglas C. Montgomery
Room and Time:
1776 G St., Room 101, Monday 6:10 P.M. to 8:40 P.M.
Jim Harris, DSc
By Appointment, Room 133, 1776 G St., Washington D.C.
Contact by email email@example.com .
Assigned to prepare for tests.
Midterm Exam 35%
In class open book and notes.
Comprehensive, in class, open book and notes,
This course is a survey of statistical quality control methods.
applications are used across several types of industries that include
manufacturing, computer, chemical, production, research, quality of
received goods, etc.
The discussion in the book covers subjects such as
process quality, statistical process control, control charts, capability
analysis, process monitoring and control techniques, univariate and
multivariate process monitoring and control charts, process design with
experimental design and acceptance sampling.
The class pace is intense.
Homework problems are a key to success.
To familiarize students with a broad range of statistical process monitoring
and control methods.
This class will prepare students of engineering,
engineering management, and systems engineering who are proceeding to
the work force or advanced education with the tools of conventional