FE Review

Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Review

2017 Lectures Schedule

The 2017 FE Review consists of 11 subject areas taught by OSU accredited professors:

Date Review Session Professor Contact
January 18 Mathematics Daniel Rockwell rockweld@math.oregonstate.edu
January 19 Probability and Statistics Katie Jager larsekat@oregonstate.edu
January 25 Engineering Economics John Shea john.shea54@gmail.com
January 26 Electrical Fundamentals Matthew Shuman shumanm@oregonstate.edu
February 1 Statics Brian Bay brain.bay@oregonstate.edu
February 2 Dynamics Nancy Squires squiresn@engr.orst.edu
February 8 Strength of Materials Brian Bay brain.bay@oregonstate.edu
February 9 Materials Science Julie Tucker julie.tucker@oregonstate.edu
February 15 Thermodynamics Nancy Squires squiresn@engr.orst.edu
February 16 NO CLASS N/A N/A
February 22 Fluid Mechanics Sourabh Apte sourabh.apte@oregonstate.edu
February 23 Heat Transfer David Blunck david.blunk@oregonstate.edu

What do I get?

  • 11 lectures from accredited professors
  • Access to all video recorded lectures until September 1st 2017 on:
    • Canvas for OSU students
    • Google Drive for non-OSU students
  • Notes, handouts, and/or slides for each review session

The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam

The FE Exam is separate from the FE Review. To take the FE Exam, you must register through the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) website. You can choose to take the following tests: Chemical, Civil, Electrical & Computer, Environmental, Industrial, Mechanical, and Other Disciplines. The exam is computer-based and is offered year-round EXCEPT in March, June, September, and December. The exam is administered at approved Pearson VUE testing centers, the closest of which is in Salem.

NCEES administers the FE Exam, but each state’s licensing board determines eligibility for examination and licensure. The Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying (OSBEELS) does not require a separate application prior to taking the FE Exam. Once passing the FE exam, an Engineering Intern Enrollment Application is completed. This process varies in other states, and a separate application may be required prior to taking the FE Exam. Applicants residing outside of Oregon who wish to apply for examination through a different state must determine the appropriate licensing board to apply through. Applicants may be required to submit official transcripts and additional documentation. For additional information on the testing and licensing process please refer to the NCEES and OSBEELS websites.


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