|Study program: Mechanical engineering|
|Type and level of studies: Master academic studies|
|Course unit: Quality Management & Engineering|
|Course code: MS14110|
|Teacher in charge: Prof. Dr. Mirko Djapic|
|Language of instruction: English|
|Course unit objective:
The course is an introductory course in the area related to the quality of systems, products and processes. The aim of the course is to provide participants with fundamental knowledge related to the philosophy, principles and methodology of quality management and engineering in the modern business environment.
|Learning outcomes of the Course unit
Acquiring knowledge and skills about philosophies, principles, methods and tools of quality management and engineering in the modern production systems on the management and operational engineering level.
|Course unit contents
The concept and evolution of quality in engineering and management; Basic concepts and definitions; The principles of management and quality engineering; National Infrastructure for quality improvement; Theories and models in quality management; Standardized Management Systems; ISO 9000 principles, models and applications; Seven tools of management and quality engineering; Quality Function Deployment (QFD); FEMA methods; Quality costs; Modern concepts of quality improvement.
Practical exercising with modeling management system in the business enterprises and application seven tools of management and quality engineering. Students will prepared and defense project from the fields.
Knowles, G., Quality Management, Graem Knowles&bookboon.com, (e-book: www.bookbon.com), 2011
Pyzdek, T., Quality Engineering Handbook (Second Edition), MARCEL DEKKER, INC, 2003
Phadke, М. С., Quality Engineering Using Robust Design. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1989.