This seminar session provides an overview of major aspects of reliability engineering, including general introduction of reliability engineering (definition of reliability, function of reliability engineering, a brief history of reliability, etc.), reliability basics (metrics used in reliability, commonly-used probability distributions in reliability, bathtub curve, reliability demonstration test planning, confidence intervals, Bayesian statistics application in reliability, strength-stress interference theory, etc.), accelerated life testing (ALT) (types of ALT, Arrhenius model, inverse power law model, Eyring model, temperature-humidity model, etc.), reliability growth (reliability-based growth models, MTBF-based growth model, etc.), systems reliability & availability (reliability block diagram, non-repairable or repairable systems, reliability modeling of series systems, parallel systems, standby systems, and complex systems, load sharing reliability, reliability allocation, system availability, Monte Carlo simulation, etc.), and degradation-based reliability (introduction of degradation-based reliability, difference between traditional reliability and degradation-based reliability, etc.).