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Class projects completed by graduate students enrolled at East Carolina University will save two North Carolina-based companies more than $1 million over the next decade.
Graduate students Brittany Ryan and Robert Johnson completed their projects while earning the Lean Six-Sigma Black Belt certification. The program is designed to equip students with the methodologies of Lean and Six-Sigma, which focus on streamlining industrial and business processes.
The Department of Technology Systems supports the mission of the College of Engineering and Technology and East Carolina University by creating a strong workforce for North Carolina, by preparing technologically competent graduates, and by supporting a globally competitive broad-based economy for North Carolina's future through the application of technology in research and industry outreach.
The Department of Technology Systems aspires to a global leadership role in education by developing and delivering creative and responsive degree programs and by developing leading edge applied research capabilities.
The Department of Technology Systems promotes high standards in all aspects of academic, research, and service activities. Our values mirror ECU's core values and we remain committed to their implementation and maintenance.
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Dr. Tijjani (TJ) Mohammed