EF 402 Fundamentals of Engineering - Syllabus
Required Text: Fundamentals of Engineering Supplied Reference Handbook, National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying, ISBN 1-932613-19-6 (also downloadable)
Recommended Text: FE Review Manual, 3rd Edition Michael R. Lindeburg, PE , 2011, Professional Publications, Inc., ISBN: 978-1-59126-333-3
Credit Hours: 1
Course Description (Catalog): Review of topics covered on the general morning session of the Fundamentals of Engineering exam.
Overview of FE Exam: The FE/EIT exam is a measure of your competency to enter the profession and is a required first step to becoming a licensed professional engineer. Exam covers all aspects of engineering curriculum including Mathematics, Engineering Probability and Statistics, Chemistry, Computers, Ethics and Business Practices, Engineering Economics, Engineering Mechanics (Statics and Dynamics), Strength of Materials, Material Properties, Fluid Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, and Thermodynamics.
Final Exam: Online Final Exam; various times will be available approximately 1 week before the actual FE Exam.
FE Exam Date : October 29
Registration for the FE Exam: Click here for application. Deadline to be received in state office is August 15. Make sure to include the test fee of $50.
Grading: Grading will be based on the online homework (25%), and the final exam, which is similar in format to the actual FE exam (75%).
Grading Scale: A (≥70), A- (≥67), B+ (≥64), B (≥61), B- (≥58), C+ (≥56), C (≥54), C- (≥52), D (≥50)
Disability Statement: Students who have a disability that require accommodation(s) should make an appointment with the Office of Disability Services (974-6087) to discuss their specific needs.
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