Multi-disciplinary training is essential to the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management. Students are required to take courses in seven fields, including: statistics and quality control, human factors, manufacturing, operations research and decision science, logistics and supply chain, information technology, and healthcare management. The prospective job market for the graduated students basically cover all major phases of product life cycle, which includes design, manufacturing and marketing such as technology information, manufacturing, service, food and beverage, recreation, public service and finance. In addition to the academic training, the department also established “paid internship program” with many well-known companies. The students join the internship program will learn the hand-on experience before their graduation, which help the students set up their professional goas at the early stage of their careers. Meanwhile, the internship program serves the matchmaking function which provide both the students and the companies a trial chance before both sides commit to each other.