FE / EIT and PE Civil Preparation Classes
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PE Review Course and Workshops
Civil Engineering: This review course and workshops prepares for the Principles and Practice Examination in Civil Engineering. Selected topics from the following will be covered:
- Traffic Systems
- Transportation Systems
- Structural Design
- Foundations and Retaining Structures
- Concrete Design
- Steel Design
- Timber & Masonry
- Ground Water
- Water Treatment
- Wastewater Treatment
Environmental Engineering: Those preparing for the Environmental PE exam will take selected topics from the review course and workshops offered for Civil Engineering. The following topics are covered: Hydraulics, Water Treatment, Wastewater Treatment, Pumps, Hydrology, Groundwater, and Wells. This will help prepare, but not provide a complete preparation, for the exam in this areas. Fee: $595.
PE Courses in Mechanical, Electrical, and Chemical: PE Courses in Mechanical, Chemical, and Electrical are offered in Houston, TX. For details, click here.
Reference Books: The teaching is done from the notes supplied to the class. One reference manual and its practice problems is given at no charge to new students taking both the PE review course and also workshops for Civil, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineering.
- PE (Civil): Civil Engineering Reference Manual, 11th Edition, Michael R. Lindeburg, and its solution manual.
- PE (Mechanical): Mechanical Engineering Reference Manual, 12th Edition, Michael R. Lindeburg, and its solution manual.
- PE (Electrical): Electrical Engineering Reference Manual, 7th Edition, John A. Camara, and its solution manual.
FE/EIT Review Course and Workshops
This review course and workshops prepares for the Fundamentals of Engineering (formerly EIT) examination, required for registration as a Professional Engineer. Selected topics from the following will be covered:
- Fluid Mechanics
- Engineering Economics
- Mechanics of Materials
- Electrical Circuits
- Material Science
An 8-hour mock FE Exam will be given as a take-home exam. Fee: $995.
Course Coordinator: Dr. Haku Israni, PE in the course coordinator. He has taught the EIT/PE courses at various companies including:
- Central and Southwest Services
- Texas Instruments
- Foster Wheeler Energy Corp.
- Texas Department of Transportation
- Utility Engineering
- City of Austin Electric Utility Department
Dr. Israni has taught these courses over 150 times and to over 12,000 engineers. He was a Department Head for 8 years and a Dean for 10 years at three different universities in Texas. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Texas. His email address is email@example.com.
Guarantee of Passing: If you attend every class and workshop and don't pass, you can repeat the next course and workshops absolutely free. To get the guarantee, you must take the next actual examination given after the completion of the course. For the Principles and Practice examinations only, the actual examination must be taken within nine months after completion of the course. The free repeat is limited to only one time, and it must be used in the next course offered after the results of the examination have come in. Subsequent repeats within 12 months will be at 50% of the regular fee. No course is guaranteed to be offered every time the actual examination is given. There are no workshops for chemical, environmental, and structural engineering and no guarantee of passing applies. The free course is not transferable.
Recent Changes in PE Examination: The Civil and Mechanical PE Examinations are in breadth and depth format. All examinees work the breadth (AM) and one of the depth (PM) exam. The breadth exam contains questions from all areas of each exam. The depth exams focus more closely on a single area of engineering.
The PE (Electrical) exam consists of three separate exams divided by subdiscipline. Each subdiscipline is independent of the other. The three subdiscipline of the exam are Power, Electrical & Electronics, and Computers. We offer a course only for the Power subdiscipline.
- Mechanical Engineering: The three depth (PM) exams are in:
- Machine Design
- Thermal/Fluid Systems
- Civil Engineering: The five depth (PM) exams are in:
- Water Resources and Environmental
- Electrical/Computer Engineering: The three subdiscipline exams are in: