This is a course in Quality Control presented as a distance learning course. "QC212:5LA Quality Tools in Advanced Manufacturing " is a for credit course of The Engineering Department, St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley. To receive credit you must register for the course at the Florissant Valley Campus of SLCC.
COURSE NUMBER: QC212:5LA
CREDIT HOURS: 3
CLASS MEETINGS:This is a distance learning course so there are no class meetings. Communication between the students and the instructor will be through e-mail and fax. All students and the instructor will be on the "mailing list"
INSTRUCTOR: Andrew Taylor Phone : 595-4306, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
OFFICE: FV Engineering and Technology Department
COURSE DESCRIPTION: A survey course that teaches the basic theories and concepts of quality control and focuses on using the tools in a manufacturing process.. Topics covered include collection of quality related information, fundamentals of statistics, and concentration on the Seven Basic Tools. Quality planning principles are introduced as a method of quality improvement. Computer programs to produce graphs and charts are included .
PREREQUISITE: None in this subject - Although the student must have a working knowledge of using the Internet to view and download the class material
ATTENDANCE: There are no formal classes for this distance learning course. Students may discuss the contents of any lesson at any time by contacting the instructor,through e-mail or for a personal appointment. The final test will require the student to attend the college.
QUALITY ---fourth edition by Donna C. Summers --- Prentice Hall -- ISBN 0-13-118931-X
SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT:
COURSE NOTEBOOK: A course notebook is recommended. Included in the notebook should be the following :
This course is designed to enable the student to:
Final Exam. The final test is scheduled for xx/16/xx or earlier as arranged with the instructor.
Withdrawal: The last date to accomplish withdrawal is TBD
ACCESS : If any student in this class has a need for special testing arrangements, note taking assistance or other accommodations because of a documented disability, please feel free to discuss this with me privately. The college has professionals to guide, counsel, and assist students with disabilities. The ACCESS Office (595-4551) will evaluate and approve your accommodation needs. Again, please make an appointment with me to speak about any special needs you might have.
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