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If you have a 4-year engineering degree or 4 years of 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 was developed by NextGen Engineering, and it is taught by a Licensed Professional Engineer.
Video 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.
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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, Withdrawals and Transfers: the full policy is available here.
In-person class dates are based on the most current guidelines from the University of Arizona regarding coronavirus/COVID 19, and dates are subject to change if those guidelines change. Online class dates are not affected.
Certification exam scheduling may be affected by coronavirus/COVID-19. See our Certification Exam Updates page to see if your testing provider or certifying organization is affected.