New Lean course - ISE 581: Lean Principles & Application
Monday, June 18, 2012
New Lean course - ISE 581: Lean Principles & ApplicationEngineers: Get Lean at Oakland University!
Oakland University’s Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) Department, in conjunction with the Pawley Lean Institute, is offering a course on Lean Principles and Application. ISE 581: Lean Principles & Application will be offered this fall for any engineers seeking to broaden their knowledge and skills in Lean concepts and their application. Taught by a Lean expert with years of industrial experience, the course will cover Lean theory, rules and principles, concepts, tools and supporting systems from the perspective of an engineer. No prior knowledge in Lean is required to enroll.
This evening course is scheduled from Sept. 4—Dec. 15, 2012. It will be held on Oakland University's main campus in Rochester, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:30—9:17 p.m.
This professional development opportunity is available to any engineer, as well as to students in the ISE Department's graduate degree and certificate programs. For additional information on this course or to apply, contact Professor Robert Van Til (248-370-2211, firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit: oakland.edu/ise.
About Industrial and Systems Engineering at Oakland University
Oakland University is a nationally recognized university offering students a personal, high-quality education through highly qualified faculty, flexible class schedules, new facilities, student services, classroom technologies, labs, internships, co-ops and research opportunities with corporate partners. Oakland's Industrial and Systems Engineering Department offers undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs in Industrial and Systems Engineering, as well as in Engineering Management. To learn more about these programs, visit oakland.edu/ise.