You didn’t become an engineer to watch things happen. You became one to make things happen. Gain the skills to make more of an impact by choosing one of our five graduate certificates — each geared toward your professional goals. Earn a certificate in one of the following areas:
- Engineering Management
- Engineering Leadership
- Certified Lean Six Sigma
- Engineering Analytics
- Six Sigma Black Belt
What is a Master of Engineering Management certificate?
We offer a group of certificates to strengthen your knowledge and skills in a specialized area. Each certificate is more focused than a full degree, which means you’ll graduate with more than a degree — you’ll graduate with in-demand expertise.
What makes the OHIO Master of Engineering Management certificates unique is that the credit you earn through each one can be applied toward your full MEM degree. Upon completion, these certificates will appear with earned graduate credit on your transcript from an accredited institution, and not just on a list of continuing education classes.
You can begin each certificate in any semester, and the minimum program length varies between two and three semesters.* The maximum time allowed for the completion of a certificate is three calendar years, or nine consecutive semesters.
*The certified Lean Six Sigma certificate may take longer to complete because of the prerequisite course requirements.
Why should you consider earning a certificate with Ohio University?
Our certificates cover highly relevant topics, are taught by experienced faculty, from a program with notable national rankings. In addition, benefits of earning your certificate with OHIO include:
- Quality. Ohio University’s Master of Engineering Management program is well established and accredited.
- Cost. Our certificate programs are competitively priced because we know the value of what we teach.
- Schedule. As soon as you are accepted into the program, you can get started on a certificate.
You expected to dig deeply into your engineering discipline to build your professional skills, and you’ve done that. But now your success increasingly depends on finding and interpreting data—vast amounts of it—spread more widely than you imagined. Learn to locate, isolate, validate, and orchestrate it into a symphony of information that brings your organization the standing ovation it deserves.
Engineering Analytics - 13 credit hours
The Six Sigma Black Belt is earned via an in-depth and rigorous application of all tools of the problem-solving DMAIC process (Design, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control). In addition to topics covered in most typical Black Belt programs, Ohio University Black Belt candidates will experience significantly more rigorous analytical topics.
Six Sigma Black Belt Certificate - 11 credit hours