Industrial Engineering involves the analysis, design, implementation and control of integrated systems consisting of people, material, equipment, information and modes of communication. It draws upon specialized knowledge and skills in mathematics, basic and applied engineering sciences and social sciences. The industrial engineering graduate can specify, predict, evaluate and design systems with a view to improve productivity, quality and safety. The basic aspects in the Industrial Engineering program are manufacturing engineering, production management, safety engineering, human factors and associated disciplines. Although the term “industrial engineering” is often associated with manufacturing systems, it can also be applied to problems in manufacturing, government, hospitals, banks and other service-sector organizations.