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1.Be able to solve industrial problems by applying knowledge and skills learned in the fields of industrial engineering and management and information technology.
2.Be able to analyze systems and make plans.
3.Be able to integrate systems and possess good coordinating and communication skills.
4.Possess both humanity and professional ethics.
5.Be able to use foreign languages to well communicate with people and write professional reports.
6.Possess the ability to fulfill projects by oneself or teamwork.
7.Be able to conduct R&D through applying knowledge learned.
Graduation and course policy
B.S. students can take graduate-level courses, provided that they obtain permissions from the instructors first. Moreover, students can enroll in courses offered by other departments of the University. It usually takes four years to earn a bachelor's degree. For a list of courses offed by the Department of Industrial Engineering, please see:
A summer internship is required for students enrolled in the Industrial Engineering and Management program. This usually takes place in the summer before the senior year. The summer internship is a great opportunity to get crucial work experience and to develop job contacts of potential employers.