The Sease Institute, powered by the University of Indianapolis, redefines the role of higher education in workforce development by generating custom corporate training solutions. With a solid track record of partnerships with Central Indiana industry and thought leaders, the Sease Institute focuses on being relevant, agile and responsive in order to design training programs that disrupt the status quo while creating positive and innovative outcomes for partners and the industry.
Managing engineers hinges on the ability to create and manage the systems in which they work. This course teaches how to set up engineering systems. Topics include ANSI and ISO design standards, maintaining and organizing design drawings, BOM creation revision and deployment in SAP. Learn more about Systems Management
Students learn how to design and manage operations. Emphasis is placed on creating statically stable processes capable of achieving flow. Student teams apply lessons learned through case study analysis as well as managing virtual made-to-order and made-to-forecast operations. Student teams also help a real world company solve process management issues. Learn more about Process Management