Foundry Technology Concentration
The Bachelor of Science in Applied Engineering, Foundry Technology concentration prepares students for employment in the metal casting industry. Graduates of the program will have completed coursework in Materials and Processes, Cast Metals, Metallurgy and Material Science, Solid Modeling and Solidification and applied their knowledge and skills in the capstone course, Foundry Tooling and Pattern Making.This program is FEF certified.
They will also have taken several management courses and have experience with programmable logic controllers, hydraulics and pneumatics and computer-aided manufacturing.
Program Learning Outcomes
Graduates of this program will:
- Develop technical competencies based on engineering principles.
- Integrate communications, social and physical sciences to develop critical thinking and quantitative skills.
- Develop the necessary skill set to solve complex technological problems from a systems and sustainability perspective.
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