The UNI MCC is one of the most widely recognized organizations at the university and within the Cedar Valley community. From welding to additive manufacturing, the UNI MCC continues to be an innovative, impactful and prosperous department with approximately 89% placement rate for graduates.
An area of educational focus in metal casting within the Department of Technology integrates hands-on learning with management principles and developing a diverse foundry experience. Students will learn a variety of skills to meet career requirements within the five areas directly related to the foundry including transport phenomena, applied metallurgy, molding practices, melting practices and tooling practices
Students pursuing an education at the Metal Casting Center have the opportunity to obtain degrees in:
Foundry Engineering Manager
Founded in education and passionate about training tomorrow’s industry experts, the UNI MCC offers an extensive four-year plan to help students prepare for their courses. Students take advanced courses in Manufacturing Process Planning, Applied Industrial Supervision and Management, and Molding Practices in Metal Casting. Similar to the four-year plan, the UNI MCC also offers a detailed class curriculum to ensure students are getting a well-rounded metal casting education.
For more information about graduate student assistantships with the Additive Manufacturing Center/Metal Casting Center, please click here.