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Ohio


Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH.
Four-year, public.
Bachelor’s degree in technology, quality systems specialization under the manufacturing major, quality systems minor, master’s degree in industrial technology; and doctorate in technology management with a quality systems specialization.
John W. Sinn, professor, chair of department of technology systems, 419-372-6034, jwsinn@bgnet.bgsu.edu.
www.bgsu.edu/colleges/technology.

Cincinnati, University of
Cincinnati.
Four-year, public.
Individual courses at undergraduate and MBA level. Master’s degree and doctorate in operations management with opportunities to focus on quality and statistical disciplines.
James R. Evans, professor of quantitative analysis and operations management, director of total quality management center, 513-556-7152, james.evans@uc.edu, www.uc.edu.

Cleveland State University
Cleveland.
Four-year, public.
Certificates in total quality management and continuous quality improvement in healthcare administration.
Admissions--undergraduate: 216.687.5411 or admissions@csuohio.edu, www.engagecsu.com. Graduate: 216.687.5599, graduate.admissions@csuohio.edu, www.engagecsugradschool.com.
www.csuohio.edu.

Dayton, University of
Dayton, OH.
Four-year, private.
Minor in quality assurance. Courses—Dimensional Measurements, Statistical Process Control, Quality Assurance Techniques and Quality Improvement Methods.
Donna Summers, professor of engineering technology, 937-229-2974, dsummers@udayton.edu.
www.udayton.edu.

Keller Graduate School of Management of DeVry University
See listing under Arizona.

Lakeland Community College
Kirtland, OH.
Two-year, public.
Quality engineering technology major. Programs—quality institute and Six Sigma training.
Admissions: 440-525-7100, tcooper@lakelandcc.edu.
www.lakeland.cc.oh.us.

Ohio University
Athens, OH.
Four-year, public.
Master’s degree in industrial and systems engineering. Research areas in manufacturing systems, manufacturing information systems and quality systems. Distance learning course, Foundations in Quality and Continuous Improvement.
Graduate studies chair: suer@ohio.edu.
Russ College of Engineering and Technology, 740-593-1474, www.ohio.edu/engineering/index.cfm, carow@ohio.edu; Graduate, applications@ohiou.edu.
Lifelong and Distance Learning Programs, course services, 1-800-444-2910, www.lifelong.ohio.edu.
www.ohiou.edu

Wright State University
Dayton, OH.
Four-year, public.
Master’s degree in applied statistics and bachelor’s degree in mathematics with a statistics concentration.
Munsup Seoh, statistics program director, 937-775-2103, munsup.seoh@wright.edu.
www.math.wright.edu/statistics/programs.


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