Fundamentals of Engineering (F.E.) Review
The Spring 2013 FE review sessions will be held. Linda Succo will be out of office other please do not email her.
The review sessions are designed for Engineering and Engineering Technology graduates and seniors, as well as those who need a review before taking the National Fundamentals of Engineering Examination. All those intending to take the State F.E. Exam in Spring 2013 are encouraged to register for the Spring 2013 F.E. Review.
Topics to be Reviewed:
Chemistry, Engineering Economics, Mathematics/Applied Math, Statics, Dynamics, Ethics, Mechanics of Materials/Material Science, Thermo/Fluid Mechanics, Electrical Circuits, Computers & Instrumentation.
F.E. Review Goal
Taking the FE exam (not part of the review) is the ultimate goal of the FE review. See FE exam application process for exam application deadlines.
F.E. Review Registration
Registration: a $300.00 donation to the Engineering Technology Programs (payable for registration), includes a copy of the most current edition of Michael R. Lindeburg’s EIT Review Manual, Solutions Manual, and NCEE FE Reference Handbook, will be provided at the first review session. The FE Review Manual and Solutions Manual will be available for purchase to those who are unable to attend the review.
Registration forms available at PL262 and online here:
- Spring 2013 registration Form: Spring 2013 registration ( 67 KB); Spring 2013 registration MS Word (330 KB)
- Spring 2013 Flyer: Spring 2013 Flyer ( 103 KB)
- Fall 2013 Registration Form: TBA
- Fall Flyer 2013: TBA
Spring 2013 F.E. Review Dates:
- February 9th through March 16th 2013.
Registration and Payment Due Deadline: Wednesday, February 6th, 2013.
The F.E. Review will be held on eight Saturdays from 8:00 AM - until times noted in F. E. Review Schedule.
F.E. Review Location:
Plaza Building Room 161 (Please check online schedule for room location updates.)
The F.E. Review will be held in the Plaza Building, Room 161, on the Auraria Campus. (Room subject to change.) The Engineering Technology Department is located on the Auraria Campus at the corner of Speer Boulevard and Colfax Avenue, in downtown Denver, Colorado. Campus Map and Directions
F.E. Review Additional Information
For additional information about the review, or registration, please contact Ms. Linda Succo at email@example.com or phone 303‑556‑2503.