Job Titles that Our Graduates Hold

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Here are some of the statistics of the job placement profile of our graduates as per the latest report from the UW-Platteville Career Center (Oct. 2012):

  • Ninety-one percent of our graduates are employed in fields related to their degree.
  • Job functions are technical engineering (37 percent), management (34 percent), occupational safety (12 percent), other (11 percent), sales (6 percent), and customer service (1 percent).
Assembling a wall in construction lab

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

  • Field Engineer
  • Office Engineer
  • Assistant Project Manager
  • Estimator
  • Lead Estimator (promoted after five years experience as an estimator plus several years of blue-collar experience)
  • Assistant Superintendent
A tracked crane

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SAFETY MANAGEMENT

  • Safety Manager
  • Assistant Safety Director
Student setting up a manufacturing work cell

COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING (CIM)

  • Process Engineer
  • Manufacturing Engineer
  • Industrial Engineer
Checking fits and tolerances

DRAFTING and PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

  • Design Engineer
  • Process Engineer
  • Quality Improvement Engineer
Programming a robot

Industrial Control Systems

  • Process Engineer
  • Controls Engineer
  • Industrial Engineer
Adjusting a manual metal lathe

METALS PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY

  • Process Engineer
  • Foundry Engineer
  • Production Supervisor
  • Metallurgist
Training with the fire department's lift basket

Occupational Safety management

  • Safety Manager
  • Loss Control Consultant
  • Safety Officer
  • Industrial Hygienist
Setting up the injection molder

Plastics Processing Technology

  • Process Engineer
  • Quality Manager
  • Production Engineer
Assembling components

Production and Manufacturing Management

  • Process Engineer
  • Production Supervisor
  • Quality Manager
Securing a PV solar panel on an electric vehicle

Renewable Energy

  • Systems Designer
  • Energy Assessor
  • Assistant Project Manager

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