The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Review Course prepares participants for the FE Certificate Examination. The FE Exam is the first of two examinations engineers must pass in order to be certified as a Professional engineer.
New this year: The FE exam will be computer-based and administered at an approved testing site.
Important: Students who wish to take the FE EXAM must submit an application to the AELSLAGID.
In addition: Students must register with the NCEES to take the FE EXAM after their application is accepted. Once a student's registration is approved, s/he may schedule the exam during the April/May testing window and choose an approved CBT site.
11 Weekly Sessions
January 21 - April 8, 2014
Tuesday evenings 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Location on UMD campus, SCC120
|Feb. 4||Probability and Statistics|
|Feb. 11||Ethics and Professional Practice|
|Feb. 18||Engineering Economics|
|Feb. 25||Computer Science/Computational Tools|
|Mar. 4||Engineering Science/Electricity and Magnetism|
|Mar. 11||Materials Science/Materials Processing|
|Mar. 18||Spring Break, no class|
|Mar. 25||Statics/Mechanics of Materials|
|Apr. 1||Dynamics, Fluid Dynamics and Mechanics|
|Apr. 8||Heat Transfer/Thermodynamics|
*Please note that the Mathematics session originally scheduled for Jan. 28th was rescheduled to April 15th due to the weather.
For further information about exam materials, practice exams, and exam day policies, visit the NCEES FE exam.
FE Review Course Fees:
|UMD Student (if registered by Jan. 21)||$235|
|UMD Student (if registered after Jan. 21)||$260|
|Non-Student (if registered by Jan. 21)||$285|
|Non-Student (if registered after Jan. 21)||$310|
Cancellation and Refund Policy: Only participants whose cancellations are received more than 24 hours prior to the beginning of the program will receive a full refund. Participants canceling after January 20th will be charged the full registration fee.
University of Minnesota Duluth
Department of Continuing Education
Department of Chemical Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering
Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering