For any industry that relies on manufacturing, quality is a critical part of the process. Producing a high-performing, cost-effective product that customers can rely on drives profitability, employment opportunities and future growth.
The manufacturing industry needs individuals who are trained in areas such as quality control, materials selection, operations management, testing and analysis. The minor in manufacturing quality offers students specific skills in quality control and quality analysis that can complement their broad knowledge base acquired in their engineering major.
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