Six Sigma Black Belt

What is NJIT’s Six Sigma Black Belt Program?


Develop a broader, deeper understanding of Six Sigma principles and essential managerial and leadership skills to increase organizational productivity.

Build upon key concepts learned in Six Sigma Green Belt to better understand team dynamics and roles and responsibilities to achieve optimal efficiency. Stand out as a certified Six Sigma Black Belt.

Topics Covered


  • Certification Overview
  • Process Management
  • Team Management
  • Define
  • Measure
  • Analyze
  • Improve
  • Control
  • Design for Six Sigma

What Sets This Program Apart?


  • Live interactive sessions with expert faculty with real-world experience
  • Small class size ensures personalized experience and deliverables
  • Participants will be prepared to take the American Society for Quality (ASQ) Six Sigma Black Belt certification exam

Program Structure


This program meets virtually via video conference call twice a week.

Class sizes are limited for maximum interaction and the format is live and highly interactive.

A practice exam is included.


Six Sigma Black Belt

Key Benefits


Position yourself as a change agent who can spearhead quality improvement throughout your organization.

  • Improve leadership skills
  • Streamline business processes
  • Improve employee acceptance
  • Reduce cost and increase revenue

NJII PCE Six Sigma Black Belt

Who Should Attend?


Individuals who want to better understand Six Sigma principles and improve organizational processes. Anyone who has taken NJIT’s Six Sigma Green Belt Course, or equivalent, prior.


Career Outlook


Employment Outlook

Black belts are experts and agents of change. They provide training in addition to leading projects. As an industry-agnostic methodology, Six Sigma techniques are applied in many industries including aerospace and defense, all areas of manufacturing, telecom, banking and financial services, healthcare and pharma, IT and more.  

Earning Potential

Certified Six Sigma Black Belts make an average $20,678 per year more than their counterparts who do not hold the certification. Those with any level of Six Sigma training earned more than those without any (+$17,332 in U.S., +$8,333 in Canada)

Source:  American Society for Quality asq.org/qualityprogress/  

Group and Corporate Rates are Available


We’ve worked with employers representing industries ranging from healthcare and government to manufacturing, retail and professional services, non- profits, educational institutions and more.

Visit our corporate and group programs page for more details or contact us.


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