525–Statistical Quality Control. [=MGSC 525] (3) (Prereq: STAT 509 or STAT 515 or MGSC 391) Statistical procedures for process control including CUSUM and Shewhart Control Charts, and lot-acceptance sampling.
Sample Course Homepage: Recent Semester
Usually Offered: Spring Even Years
Purpose: To acquaint students with statistical thinking and its role in Total Quality, emphasizing its use to monitor and improve processes and to identify sources of process variation. To prepare students for further study in statistical methods for product and process improvement such as design of experiments.
Current Textbook: Statistical Quality Design and Control - Contemporary Concepts and Methods, Richard E. DeVor, Tsong-how Chang, John W. Sutherland, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1992
|Introduction to Staistical Thinking||1 weeks|
|Attribute Control Charts||2 weeks|
|Variable Data Control Charts||3 week|
|Process Capability||1 weeks|
|Sampling and Subgrouping Principles||3 weeks|
|Components of Variation||3 week|
|Measurement Processes||1 week|
|The Role of Design of Experiments||1 week|
|Special Control Charts (as time allows)|
The above textbook and course outline should correspond to the most recent offering of the course by the Statistics Department. Please check the current course homepage or with the instructor for the course regulations, expectations, and operating procedures.
Contact Faculty: Don Edwards