Since the department name was changed to the department of airline and transport service management, on the basis of the existing experience in aviation, the department has extended its service range into the field of high speed rail, the most representative land transportation service. The 4-year curriculum of the department consists of two units, as well as the curriculum axis, namely the frontcourt service module (including service categories of station affairs, cabin service categories, etc.) and a backcourt service module. The course design emphasizes the equal importance of theory and practice and enhances the scope and depth of objectives for learning achievement in order to develop essential employees and reserved staff for the airline and transport service industry. As for skill training, 1-year of off-campus practice is implemented to help students become more familiar with service skills, organization and operation methods in plenty of time; under this course design and configuration, students can be led to thinking of management science and further verify theories learned in school during practice. Students can also discover and settle problems from practical experience, and therefore students can be cultivated as essential talents for service, administration and management in the airline and transport service industry.