The Lean Systems Program is a graduate certificate suitable for students in engineering and non-engineering professions e.g. food production, business and health care. Lean systems is a proven methodology for reducing waste, improving productivity, and increasing the bottom line while maintaining quality and customer satisfaction.
This program was established over 20 years ago when the College of Engineering partnered with Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky to teach and research lean systems. This partnership remains active today. As a result, our course content is current with carefully designed hands-on lab work, uses engaging teaching techniques, and is consistent with Toyota, the originator and leading practitioner of Lean Systems.
|CV Upload Required||Yes|
|CV Instructions||Including transcripts for current or students with less than five years experience|
|Personal Statement Upload Required||Yes|
|Personal Statement Instructions||A Letter of Intent describing why you want to join the program emailed to the DGC using the phrase "Online Lean Graduate Certificate" in the subject line.|
|Writing Sample Required||No|
|GRE or GMAT||Not required.|
|Spring App Deadline||November 15|
|Summer App Deadline||April 1|
|Fall App Deadline||July 15|
|Number of Recommendations Required||3 Letters of Recommendation.|
|Letters of Recommendation Instructions||In addition to submitting letters of recommendation to the Graduate School via the Graduate application, please email your three letters of recommendation to the DGC using the subject line "Online Lean Graduate Certificate".|
Program requirements may change at any time. Contact the DGC of your intended program to confirm requirements.
College of Engineering
369 Ralph G. Anderson Bldg
Lexington, KY 40506
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