Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam Preparation Course
Are you looking to become a licensed U.S. Professional Engineer? Start your journey today!
Enroll in the AUC-ESS Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam preparation course in order to learn how to successfully complete the FE exam, the first step on the journey to becoming a licensed U.S. Professional Engineer.
The FE exam is the first of two exams created by the National Council of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors (U.S.) in order for U.S. states to license engineers as Professional Engineers. Completing the FE exam grants engineers a competitive edge, since they can prove that they have completed the first step towards professional licensing. Candidates who have successfully completed the exam also earn the right to use the title of "Engineer in Training".
The FE exam covers the fundamentals of engineering, including technical aspects along with other social and economic aspects.
Carefully designed by our leading instructors, this course will guide you through the exam topics and the exam itself, helping you understand the topics of the exam and what you need to do in order to successfully complete the exam. The course covers all the key aspects of the exam, ensuring that you have the knowledge you need to maximize your chances at success.
Mathematics (23 hours)
- Analytic Geometry (2 hours)
- Calculus (4 hours)
- Differential Equations (4 hours)
- Vector Analysis (2 hours)
- Complex Numbers (3 hours)
- Discrete Math (3 hours)
- Linear Algebra (3 hours)
- Numerical Methods (2 hours)
Statistics (18 hours)
- Measure of Central Tand. (4 hours)
- Probability Distribution (4 hours)
- Expected Value (4 hours)
- Confidence Intervals (4 hours)
- Regression (2 hours)
Economy (13 hours)
- Time Value of Money (5 hours)
- Cost Estimation (3 hours)
- Cost Analysis (3 hours)
- Depreciation (2 hours)