Discover how to beat the competition and produce your best work by gaining key leadership skills in organizational improvement.
Our Lean Six Sigma certification provides comprehensive training in identifying and addressing organizational problems. Learn how to recognize causes, collect appropriate data, and develop a plan that accomplishes your organizational goals.
This certification is for you if you would like to increase your return on investment, market share, and customer satisfaction ratings. With a collaborative approach to change management, you will be positioned to identify solutions to problems and effect lasting change.
Benefit from face-to-face instruction, online support, and one-on-one coaching from our team of talented professors. You will receive customized training to enhance your organizational effectiveness and excel in your vocational calling.
Start date: 02/23/21
Delivery Method and Format: The certificate program is a hybrid program including six hours of face-to-face interaction, then six weeks of online training in the first course, followed by four months of one-on-one coaching through the project phase during the second course. The first course in the Lean Sigma program will begin 2/23/21. For more information about the Lean Six Sigma Certification, please contact Dr. Sarah Walters, program coordinator for the Master of Organizational Leadership, at WaltersS@evangel.edu.
|Certification||Credit Hours||Cost Per Credit Hour||Total|
|Yellow Belt Only||3 credit hour program||$400/credit hour||$1200|
|Green Belt||7 credit hour program||$400/credit hour||$2800|
Each of Evangel’s academic programs is made up of a set of core curriculum, program requirements and electives. The courses listed below are just a small sample of courses that might be taken as a part of this specific program.
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate is made up of the following 2 (two) courses. Students enrolled in the Master of Organizational Leadership program have the option to earn this certificate during their program.
|MOL 555 Lean Six Sigma Theory, Skills, and Project (3 credits)||This course provides the theory and skills for an approach for addressing and solving business problems that meet both customer and business requirements. The Lean Six Sigma model understanding will result in effective and efficient problem-solving skills that lead to Process Optimization, Change Management, and Talent Application. In doing so the student will learn to build a culture of change through a synergetic talent pool. *Completion of the MOL 555 course by itself leads to a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certificate.|
|MOL 556 Lean Six Sigma: Project (4 credits)||This course provides an opportunity for students to implement an organizational improvement project following the Lean Six Sigma model that meets both customer and business requirements. In the course, students will demonstrate effective and efficient problem-solving skills that lead to Process Optimization, Change Management, and Talent Application. Students participating in this project will receive regular coaching from the course instructor from the project design stage, through implementation and reporting on the project.|
Should be employed or have access to a sponsoring organization. Undergraduate students in the adult studies program may enroll with permission of their advisor