Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Refresher Course Spring 2019This course is held over 4 Saturdays: February 9, February 16, February 23 and March 2, 2019
|Date(s)||This course is held over 4 Saturdays: 2/9, 2/16, 2/23 and 3/2, 2019|
|Time(s)||9:00 am – 3:30 pm – February 9, 2019
8:30 am – 3:30 pm – February 16 – March 2, 2019
|Instructor(s)||Matt Hall, Ahmad Kamalvand, Howard Liljestrand, John Tyler, Rui Huang, Chad Landis, Kasey Faust, Abhimanyu Bhat|
UT Student Registration: $250.00
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Professional or Non-UT Student Registration: $450.00
Note: Although the price for the course is non-negotiable, you may choose to attend as many or as few sessions as you like. Attendance is NOT mandatory; it is up to you to choose what subjects you wish to review.
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February 9-23, 2019
March 2, 2019
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The decision to become registered as a Professional Engineer (PE) is an important decision. Increasingly, engineering positions of significant responsibility require a P.E. as a condition of appointment or advancement. For engineering work dealing with the public, registration as a PE is a requirement. The first step in the registration process is to pass the Fundamentals of Engineering Examination.
The FE Refresher Course is dedicated to assisting senior engineering students and professional non-students in preparation for the Engineering-In-Training (EIT), Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam. The refresher course is completely separate from the examination and is not required to take the examination. In each class session a brief review of theory and fundamentals is presented. Selected questions are answered and problems worked.
Key Learning Subjects:
- Tips for Preparation
- Electrical Circuits
- Mathematics Part I
- Fluid Mechanics
- Mechanics of Materials
- Mathematics Part II
Benefits to you:
Students and non-students are provided with useful information in preparation for the FE exam.
Who should attend:
Junior and Senior Engineering students and professional Engineering non-students.
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