The training of an industrial engineer, the content of which includes a wide range, can be roughly divided into four parts:
(1) Science and mathematics and mathematics: including physics, chemistry, mathematics, statistics, electronic calculator programming, etc.
(2) General engineering training: including engineering mechanics, graphics, manufacturing engineering, engineering materials, electrical principles, and chemical engineering. :
(3) Industrial engineering professional training: including action and time research, factory layout, engineering economy, operation research, production control, quality control, etc.
(4) Management science training: including industrial organization and management, accounting and cost analysis, industrial psychology, behavioral science, etc.