Peter S. Rourke, CMfgE

Associate Professor

Wentworth Institute of Technology

Mechanical Engineering and Technology Department

rourkep@wit.edu 617 989 4224

office location: Manufacturing Center

 

Course Schedule

Courses Taught

Semester

Fall, 2014

Computer Aided Manufacturing

Summer, 2015

Summer, 2015

Introduction to Engineering

Fall, 2014

Spring, 2015

Manufacturing Engineering

Summer, 2015

 

Manufacturing Processes

Spring, 2015

Work-study schedule

Strength of Materials

Spring, 2014

Manufacturing Minor

Material Science

Summer, 2015

Course-renumbering

Engineering Design

Spring, 2015

 

Academic Advising

Reference Requirements

BSME Tracking Sheets -2014

WIT 3-D printing site (note: use your WIT email address as your username, then your password)

Academic Advising Site

 

 

Publications

Institute Service

         Crystal Growth in a Cu-Al Alloy
National Educators Workshop
November, 2008

         Numerical Control Programming
American Society of Engineering Educators, Northeast Conference, April, 2010

 

 

 

 

 

Industrial Contacts

 

Kevin Collins, Manufacturing Engineer

Collins Manufacturing Inc.

 

Chris Moffat, Manufacturing Engineer

Harmonic Drives LLC.

 

Scott Houle, Welding Engineer

Steel-Fab, Inc

 

Professional Affiliation

         SME

         SME Boston Section 033

         Wentworth SME Student Chapter, S007

SME Certified Manufacturing Engineer, #4200205

Member # 2064798

 

 

Humanities and Social Sciences

Humanities and Social Sciences Electives - three- and four-credit electives are offered in humanities (courses with prefixes HIST, HUMN, LITR, PHIL) and social sciences (courses with prefixes ECON, POLS, PSYC and SOCL). Three-credit electives are typically numbered in the 100s, while four-credit electives are typically numbered in the 400s.

Some communications courses (prefixed COMM) count as electives. COMM290 and 330 count as three-credit electives, while COMM580 and 610 count as four-credit social science electives.

You can use the Course Section Search function on Leopardweb to find what electives are being offered each semester. In addition to searching on subject, you can also search by attribute, which will allow you to see all electives that meet a particular requirement.

Please reference the academic catalog and your degree audit to make sure that you are taking the appropriate mix of humanities and social science courses.

 

http://www.wit.edu/ssc/registration/reginfo/elective-list.html