Yellow Belt Certification will only be offered as BIS 197A Yellow Belt 1-credit course in 2019.
This workshop is for students with a major or minor offered by the College of Business Administration. It is not available for alumni. The following exceptions apply:
- If you are graduating at the end of the fall semester, you are eligible to apply for registration for the December or January workshops (if scheduled) immediately following the semester. You are not eligible for a later workshop.
- If you are graduating at the end of spring semester, then you are eligible for the May or June workshops (if scheduled) that follow that semester. You are not eligible for a later workshop.
Step 1 – Apply
Yellow Belt Workshop Application
Download the registration form, fill it out completely, and submit it electronically via e-mail. All necessary instructions are on the application form.
Step 2 – Pay
If approved, you must
pay the $75 workshop fee to complete your registration. See the
Frequently Asked Questions page for the refund policy.
Additional details will be included in the e-mail notification message.
NOTE: You must complete steps 1 and 2 to finalize your registration and secure your spot in a workshop session.
Please ensure that you have installed the latest version of Adobe Reader prior to downloading the application.
Some browsers may not support filling out the PDF form in the browser. In that case, right-click the "Download Application" button, save the document to your hard drive, and then open it from there using Adobe Reader.
Mac users: Right-click (or Ctl + left click) the "Download Application" button, save the document to your hard drive, and then open it from there. If you fill it out in your browser, you will not be able to save your data. Do not fill out this form in the Preview app. Instead, download and use the free Adobe Reader app.
A USB flash drive with workshop materials is supplied. You will be informed via e-mail near the end of fall semester when your flash drive is ready for pickup. You must also purchase the required textbook (approximately $100 at the CMU bookstore) at that time.