Graduates of UNI’s manufacturing technology program typically find employment in a broad range of careers in manufacturing and related industries. Most graduates start in entry-level management positions in the manufacturing sectors of our industries. Most industries are growing, and consequently there are many opportunities with competitive salaries available for manufacturing technology graduates.
Examples of positions held by graduates
Production planning and control
Foundry engineering manager
Safety and environment supervisor
Senior engineering analyst
Field service representative
Accredited by the National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT)
Annual competitive scholarships
Professional leadership development through membership in the Society of Manufacturing Engineers and American Foundry Society
Dedicated departmental student computer labs
Hands-on experiential learning opportunities on campus and on site in industry
Faculty who have strong professional relations with industry and potential employers of program graduates
Housed in the Industrial Technology Center, featuring classrooms with state-of-the-art media facilities
Specialized laboratories with modern equipment and testing devices
Student computing laboratories for instructional and student use
Several full-tuition industrial technology scholarships are available to incoming freshmen on a competitive basis through the College of Natural Sciences Mathematics, Science and Technology Symposium. Other scholarships are available through professional societies, endowments and industrial donations to students majoring in industrial technology.
More information on department scholarships can found at Financial Aid.