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Unique to Wesleyan’s master’s programs in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, and Nonprofit Management is the Quantitative Methods course that incorporates curriculum from Lean Green and Six Sigma business efficiency training.
The Six Sigma and Lean Green programs address not only a business’s products but also the processes and teamwork necessary to be productive and successful. This quality-control toolkit uses data-driven methods to limit mistakes or defects in a corporate or business process. Students learn how to integrate principles of business, statistics, and engineering to achieve tangible results to help improve the quality of a work environment and processes that fulfill an organization’s mission. The training is beneficial to people serving in any industry including healthcare, finance, manufacturing, government, or any type of service- or product-based industry.
Dr. Jim Rowan, professor of psychology and professor in the MBA program, said, “Not only do our graduate business program students earn a master’s degree, they will also be prepared to test for two certifications that are highly relevant in the business world.”