Fundamentals of Engineering Review
Professional registration allows engineers and engineering technologists to practice at the highest level of their profession. There are two stages for this process: the fundamentals of engineering written exam (Engineer Intern = FE) and the principles and practices exam (Professional Engineer = PE).
Wentworth offers the fundamentals of engineering review course twice yearly to prepare individuals to complete the first stage of professional registration for engineers, the fundamentals of engineering written exam. The course is offered twice yearly to coincide with the April and October examinations. Course instructors are engineering professionals and full-time professors at Wentworth Institute of Technology.
The fundamentals of engineering review course is conveniently designed for working adults, with one evening class meeting per week for 12 weeks.
- Complete the Application online
- Length: 12 weeks
One class meeting per week
- Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
- CEUs: 3.0
- Cost: $765
TEIT 200 Fundamentals of Engineering
This course prepares professionals, recent graduates, and college seniors for the Fundamentals of Engineering Examination. Topics include mathematics, statics, dynamics, electricity and electronics, strength of materials, fluid mechanics and engineering economics. Chemistry, material science, thermodynamics, hydraulics, and structural analysis are also covered.