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The Future of Engineering: Autonomous Vehicles blog header
The Future of Engineering: Autonomous Vehicles blog header

The Future of Engineering: Autonomous Vehicles

Kettering University Online is now offering a Master of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a focus on Advanced Mobility. If you are an engineer interested in electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles, mobile robotics, and artificial intelligence and in playing a leading role in re-shaping the automotive and/or robotics industry, enrolling in this program is your logical next step.

Understanding the Principle of Flow in Lean Manufacturing

“Originally developed as a methodology to make production processes highly efficient, lean techniques have been adopted by more than 72 percent of machine shops across the country. For many of these, the techniques have helped them to dramatically increase their competitive edge, while continuing to remove wasteful practices and contribute to the bottom line.”
Kettering Wins 2018 Blackboard Catalyst Award for Leading Change
Kettering Wins 2018 Blackboard Catalyst Award for Leading Change

Kettering Wins 2018 Blackboard Catalyst Award for Leading Change

Kettering University Online has been recognized by Blackboard Inc., as the winner of the 2018 Blackboard Catalyst Award for Leading Change. Blackboard Inc. is an education technology company that provides a virtual learning environment and curriculum platform that connects students and educators.
Which Graduate Degree is Right for You Infographic blog header
Which Graduate Degree is Right for You Infographic blog header

Which Graduate Degree is Right for You Infographic

Which one of Kettering University's online graduate programs is Right For You? Take a look at our infographic to determine if an online Master's in Engineering Management, Operations Management, Lean Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management or online MBA aligns with your career goals.
Supply Chain Innovation: Build Products Customers Need -- blog header
Supply Chain Innovation: Build Products Customers Need -- blog header

Supply Chain Innovation: Build Products Customers Need

When we think of supply chain management innovations, we often look to artificial intelligence, software, drones, and the "internet of things." Sometimes, it’s lower-tech, simple solutions that deliver the innovative results customers need to develop more efficient processes, better safety protocols, and improve supply chains.

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