AMU is the nation’s only University whose programs are all founded on Quality Management Principles and Best Practices. AMU illustrates its commitment to Quality Management through the Quality-based tools which students use in learning skills and competencies. And students understand both Quality “theory” and “practice” in achieving real-time Project results.
At the June 2018 graduation, AMU will further illustrate its commitment to the “theory” and “practice” of quality through its academic regalia. The doctoral hood, pictured here) will include two chevrons, one each for theory and practice.
AMU students contributed pro bono quality process improvements to 4 Paws for Ability, a non-profit which provides rescue dogs for veterans and autistic children. The student team improved the organization’s social media campaign for fund raising. The quality improvements reduced the costs of fund raising while increasing total revenues.
To the entire AMU Community,
In this time of Thanksgiving, AMU expresses profound gratitude to staff, students, alumni, faculty, and friends for your commitment to serving others through quality improvements, and for assisting us all in purposeful learning. We send you our warmest wishes for a blessed and happy Thanksgiving holiday.
No classes Wednesday, November 22 – Sunday, November 26 for the Thanksgiving break. The University will be closed Thursday – Friday.
Kathy Pool, CPA, Firm Administrator at Rudler PSC.
Kathy employs lean management and six sigma with her AMU process improvement student team. She credits Rudler PSC and her co-workers as benchmarks in continuous improvement.
AMU programs encourage students to add to the body of knowledge in quality management, healthcare and education. Kathy also publishes in professional accounting journals.