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Late registration is allowed through end of day September 3, 2019.
If you have a 4-year engineering degree or 4 years of documented work experience in the engineering field, passing the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam is the first step towards becoming a Licensed Professional Engineer (PE).
FE Exam Prep is a 15-week course developed by NextGen Engineering, and it is taught by a Licensed Professional Engineer.
Lectures, weekly study sessions, and practice exams will prepare you for FE exam success. Topics include: math, probability and statistics, chemistry, ethics and safety, engineering economics, instrumentation, statics, dynamics, material science, fluid mechanics, electrical power and more.
Bill O'Brien is the Principal Engineer at NextGen Engineering. Founded in 2012, NextGen specializes in water resource engineering and participates in local and international trainings, including the Fundamentals of Engineering exam preparation course. Bill has over 25 years of professional experience in engineering, planning, and design for water resources and land use. Specific experience includes: Hydrology, river and pipeline hydraulics, technical writing, plan reviews, drainage; FEMA floodplain management, insurance, and map changes; SWPPP’s and BMP design, watershed planning with water quality program analysis, wastewater management and bio-digester planning, water recycling, and conjunctive use planning.
Bill and his family lived and worked in the Middle East for over a decade. He also participated in Water supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) training in Ethiopia and Central Asia. Bill is an active volunteer in the Tucson refugee-serving community. He is on the Board of Directors of the Tucson Refugee Ministry.
Cancellations: The office of Continuing & Professional Education reserves the right to cancel or reschedule classes due to low enrollment. If a class is cancelled or rescheduled due to low enrollment, you will be notified at least one week prior to class start date and given the option of a full refund or, in some cases, transferring to a different class.
Refunds: No refunds will be issued after the course start date or once course material has been accessed in any manner, except as described in the Hardship Withdrawal section below.
If you are not able to or no longer wish to take a course, you may request a refund. If you request a refund prior to the relevant deadline described below, you will be refunded your full registration fee minus a $25 administrative fee. In some cases, you may also request to transfer to a different class. Participants whose registration fees were paid by a third party (such as state/county workforce development agencies or an employer) may not be eligible for transfers. If you request to transfer to a different class, one transfer is processed at no charge. A $25 administrative fee is applied to subsequent transfer requests. Deadlines for refund and transfer requests depend on the type of course:
Requests for refunds and transfers must be in writing. Submit requests via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also mail your request to our office: UA Continuing & Professional Education1955 East Sixth StreetTucson, AZ 85721 Please allow 5-7 business days for credit card refunds and 6-8 weeks for check refunds.
Materials: If course materials are purchased from a third party (including, but not limited to, textbooks, CDs, videos or study guides), it is the student’s responsibility to review and abide by the third party’s refund policies.
Exam Fees: All exam fees are non-refundable. Arrangements to take exams must be made within 6 months of completion of the course. Prices for exams are subject to change without notice.
Hardship Withdrawals: If the deadline to request a refund or transfer has passed and you are unable to complete a course or program due to physical health, mental health or other circumstances beyond your control, you may request a hardship withdrawal. To inquire about a hardship withdrawal, submit requests via email to email@example.com.Withdrawing from a Certificate Program: If you are participating in a multi-course certificate program, requesting a refund from a specific course does not withdraw you from the certificate program. If you want to completely withdraw from a multi-course certificate program, send your request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.