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Page 1 ISE 527- Quality Management for Engineers (Fall 2011) Class introduction
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Page 2 Courses Addressing Quality ISE 426 Statistical Quality Control (3, Fa) Quantitative aspects of statistical quality control (process control, acceptance sampling by attribute and by variable, rectifying inspection), quality assurance and the management of QC/QA functions. Prerequisite: ISE 225. ISE 507 Six-Sigma Quality Resources for Health Care (3, Fa) Comprehensive study of Six-Sigma and Lean metrics, methods, and systems with emphasis on their application to health care services. ISE 525 Design of Experiments (3, FaSp) Planning data collection to investigate relationships between product/process design choices (materials, temperatures, etc.) and performance, empirical modeling to predict performance, identification of the best design choices. Recommended preparation: ISE 225. ISE 527 Quality Management for Engineers (3, FaSp) Principles of quality management, quality philosophies and frameworks, quality leadership and strategic planning, process management, performance measurements, and technical system framework ISE 528 Advanced Statistical Aspects of Engineering Reliability (3) Advanced statistical methods applied to reliability engineering. Experimental design analysis and interpretation of multifactor reliability problems. SAE 551 Lean Operations (3, Sp) Study of lean principles and practices as applied to automotive, aerospace and other industries. PPD 404x Statistics for Policy, Planning, and Development (4, FaSpSm) Fundamentals of probability; basic statistical techniques; sampling; framing statistical questions; inference; hypothesis and significance tests; correlation analysis; regression analysis; identifying, evaluating, and managing data. Recommended preparation: MATH 108 or MATH 116.
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Page 3 ISE 527: Quality Management for Engineers Class: Tuesday and Thursday- 12:30 to 1:50 PM (OHE 120) Instructor: Thomas C. Booth, Ph.D. Email: [email protected] Office hours: Seaver Science Center (SSC) 101 Tuesday and Thursday- 9 to Noon (Pacific time zone) Office phone: 1 213 740 0867 (during office hours) Teaching assistant: Dong-Kyun Yim Email: [email protected] Office hours: GER 309 Monday- 3 to 5 PM (Pacific time zone) Office phone: not available Off-campus students should email Dong-Kyun to set up phone meetings
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Page 4 Grading *Student may bring one page of crib notes to the final exam- they will be turned in to the proctor In-class DEN Mid-term exam 22% 25 % Class presentation 22% 25% Class project 22% 25% Class participation and quizzes 12% Team participation tbd tbd Final exam* 22% 25%
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Page 5 Class Schedule Tuesday, August 23, 2011 Course introduction Thursday, August 25, 2011 1-Introduction 1-31 Tuesday, August 30, 2011 3-Philosophies and Frameworks 89-138 Assignments Thursday, September 01, 2011 3-Philosophies and Frameworks Tuesday, September 06, 2011 4-Strategic Focus for Performance Excellence 153-178
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