Attention: BSQA applications are not being accepted at this time. Courses will still be conducted for students who were admitted for fall 2015 or who were in the program previous to fall 2015. For questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The online Bachelor of Science in Quality Assurance (BSQA) degree program blends the basic sciences with the technologies, management principles, quality concepts and statistical tools needed to prepare professionals for careers in Quality Assurance, and to enhance the careers of working professionals in the field or those looking to enter the field, who seek an understanding of current quality concepts. Those students more interested in the technical areas of Quality can pursue a Measurement Science option (link to CSUDH catalogue).
Topics covered include lean manufacturing, quality improvement, measurement science, systems failure analysis, technical documentation, technical communications, statistical quality control and inspection, the manufacturing process, electrical metrology, quality auditing, measurement uncertainty, dimensional metrology, physical metrology safety and reliability, and value based quality.
The online and on-site BSQA programs are designed primarily as upper-division transfer programs for students who have completed the majority of their lower-division general education courses. Both the online and on-site programs require no on-campus attendance. Courses are offered throughout the year on a trimester basis.
ASQ is the world's leading authority on quality. With more than 100,000 individual and organizational members, this professional association advances learning, quality improvement, and knowledge exchange to improve business results, and to create better workplaces and communities worldwide. http://www.asq.org
Los Angeles Section of The American Society for Quality http://www.asqla.org
NIST was founded in 1901 as the nation’s first federal physical science research laboratory. Visit the website to learn about current projects and services. http://www.nist.gov
The Measurement Science Conference was founded in 1970 to promote education and professionalism in measurement science and related disciplines. http://www.msc-conf.com
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