Given the rising expectations for engineering graduates to have Lean Six Sigma knowledge upon entering corporate America, a need has developed for engineering schools to offer LSS courses and certifications at the undergraduate level. In order to address this need, the faculty members who teach this methodology should hold LSS certifications at least at a Black Belt level themselves to ensure they understand the methodology as a whole and to be viewed upon as credible teachers, trainers, and project coaches. Currently, all credible Black Belt and Master Black Belt certification programs require that applicants conduct a real world project within a manufacturing environment or some other type of service environment such as healthcare, finance, or government. This project requirement may pose a significant obstacle for career educators. These circumstances provide the justification for the creation of a specialized Lean Six Sigma certification for post-secondary engineering educators. This post-secondary educator specialty certification would include an experiential component that involves using the Lean Six Sigma methodology to improve the engineering education process for students, as well as a knowledge assessment component that involves passing a certification exam similar to industry- standard Lean Six Sigma exams.