fe exam

Overview

This course is meant to assist engineering students near graduation and working professionals in preparing for the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam. Successfully passing this exam is the first step an engineer must take on the path to registering as a Professional Engineer in the future.

In addition to the material outlined in the course agenda, instructors will be reviewing test-taking techniques, as well as test-taking strategies.

 

How It Works

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Undergrad/graduate students from UT $250 Online registration is closed
Ronald Bell, II

Ronald Bell, II

Research Scientist
UT Austin

Howard Liljestrand

Howard Liljestrand

Professor
UT Austin

Ahmad Kamalvand

Ahmad Kamalvand

Adjunct Professor
St. Edwards University

Rui Huang

Rui Huang

Professor
UT Austin

Chad Landis

Chad Landis

Assoc. Professor
UT Austin

Matthew Hall

Matthew Hall

Professor
UT Austin

Kasey Faust

Kasey Faust

Assist. Professor
UT Austin

Raissa Ferron

Raissa Ferron

Assoc. Professor
UT Austin

Frequently Asked Questions

What qualifications must I have to take the FE Exam?

If you are an undergraduate student, you can take the FE exam if you are currently enrolled in, and are within two regular semester of graduating from, an approved engineering program.

If you are not an undergraduate student, you must have earned a degree in engineering or related science

What are the dates and times for the course?

The course is delivered over the course of four Saturdays:

  • February 13, 2021 – 9:00am to 3:45pm
  • February 20, 2021 – 8:00am to 4:00pm
  • February 27, 2021 – 8:00am to 4:00pm
  • March 6, 2021 – 8:00am to 4:00pm

Note: there will be multiple 15-minute breaks throughout the day, as well as a lunch break each day

Where do the class sessions take place?

All class sessions will be delivered via Zoom, and will be recorded to allow participants to review the material at a later date

Is the course specific to a given engineering field (e.g., Civil, Chemical, Mechanical, etc.)?

No, the course covers a broad spectrum of subjects. You can review the course agenda here.

Is attendance for all class sessions mandatory?

No, attendance is not mandatory. The decision to attend all or only a subset of the subjects is up to you. If you miss a session, you will still receive the training materials for that day and will have access to the recording.

Where can I get a copy of the FE Reference Handbook?

You can obtain a FREE copy through the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying: https://account.ncees.org/login.

Note that you must register for an account and login to download the handbook