Six Sigma Green Belt (Summer School)
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Responsible study board
Date of Approval
|Charlotte Nelann Rabjergfirstname.lastname@example.org||TEK Uddannelseskoordinering og -support|
|Mads Bruun Larsenemail@example.com||SDU Engineering Operations Management|
|Susanne Bech Fogtmannfirstname.lastname@example.org||TEK Uddannelseskoordinering og -support|
Two years of studies at university level (equivalent to 120 ECTS) within a relevant field of study, before the summer school starts.
2.5 ECTS Statistics is also required.
Learning objectives - Knowledge
- History and context of Six Sigma
- DMAIC methodology including project roles
- Tools from Six Sigma e.g. MSA, SPC, Hypothesis testing, project management skills relevant for Six Sigma
Learning objectives - Skills
- Apply Six Sigma tools correct and in the right context
- Apply project management tools as appropriate
Learning objectives - Competences
- Drive a Six Sigma project with the appropriate use of tools
Six Sigma has gained acceptance in industry as the de facto standard for structured and advanced problem solving. This course will enable you to participate in and run Six Sigma projects. You will learn the tools of Six Sigma which will be a mix of tools at green and black belt level. The teaching will be experimental in nature with a mix of hands-on exercises and more traditional calculations in statistical software like Excel or SAS JMP; no prior experience needed.
URL for Skemaplan
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The teaching will be a mix of hands-on exercises, lecturing and analysis in software like SAS JMP or Excel (SAS JMP available at SDU).
Time of classes
Two weeks in August
Number of lessons
Examination is held
The examination is based on an overall assessment of
- Attendance (80%)
Form of examination
Additional exam information
Enrollment is limited to 30 students. If more applicants than places, applicants who meet the mandatory requirements are prioritised according to the below selection criteria:
- Undergraduate and graduate students from partner universities (exchange); international undergraduate and graduate guest students (fee-paying); undergraduate and graduate students from other Danish universities.
- Ph.D students from partner universities and other international Ph.D. students; other applicants.
Students are prioritised on a first come, first served basis, i.e. according to the time we receive your complete application.
In case a course is filled up, we try to offer you an alternative course from your list of priorities. All final decisions about admission will be sent out continually.