About IEM Department
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.
1991 Four-year undergraduate program in Industrial Engineering and Management is established
1992 Two-year undergraduate program 1n Industrial Engineering and Management is established
1992 Master's program in Industrial Engineering and Management is established
2000 Part-time master's program in Industrial Engineering and Management is established
2003 Doctoral program in Industrial Engineering and Management is established
2005 Master's Program in Global Operations Strategy and Logistics Management is established
2006 Part-time master's program in Global Operations Strategy and Logistics Management is established
2007 Two-year undergraduate program in Industrial Engineering and Management is canceled
2007 Department of Industrial Management opens second underground class
2007 Part-time master's program in Health Industry Management is established
2013 department and graduate programs merged and renamed to
Department of Industrial Engineering and Management,
M.S. Industrial Engineering,
M.S. Logistics & Supply Chain Management,
EMBA , M.S. Health Industry Management,
Ph.D. Industrial Engineering
In 2017, various areas of specialization (i.e., Industrial Engineering and Logistics & Supply Chain) in EMBA merged into a single program of EMBA in Industrial Engineering and Management.
Generally speaking, curriculum development in the Department of Industrial Management is in accordance
with YunTech's educational objectives, which focuses on both theory and practice and on technology and
humanities. The Department fosters students' abilities in utilizing mathematics, basic science, statistics, and
information technology, while developing their ability to integrate personnel; facilities, materials and
equipments; information technology; and other resources. Essentially, the most important objective of the
Department is to foster students' fundamental and professional abilities to analyze and solve problems in
industry and practice. Besides, the department is also dedicated to develope students' sense of humanity
and environmental concern as well as their global perspectives so as to continuously contribute to industry,
society, and environmental sustainability.
1.The curriculum in the Department of Industrial focuses on 6 disciplines: Management Manufacturing,
Statistical quality control, Human factors engineering, Information and operation research, Global
logistics and supply chain management, and health industry management. The objective is to
cultivate students' professional abilities so as to allow students to be prepared for careers in different
fields and to meet their needs in industrial development.
2.A mandated one-year senior project requirement for each student. The project is meant to enhance
student real problem solving ability and can be integrated with department-industry collaborative
program which integrate enterprise resources with department resource.
3.The Department promotes and encourages professor supervised internship for senior students. The
internship is served as student career orientation program to prepare students for their career
development and to provide students with practical experiences.