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									Fundamentals of Engineering (FE)
Exam: a required step in the process
for obtaining engineering licensure
(Professional Engineer (PE) License)
Engineering licensure - what is it?


 • Demonstrates that you've accomplished a recognized
• standard
• • Sets you apart from others in your profession
• • Provides career options and opportunities that might
    not have been available otherwise
• • Serves as a protection of public health, safety, and
  • Is legally required to offer your services as a
    How do I get licensed?

Step 1   Graduation
         The first step is graduating from an ABET-accredited
         engineering program.
Step 2   FE Exam
         The first exam in the licensure process is the
         Fundamentals of Engineering (FE). This exam is offered
         in April and October every year.
Step 3   Work Experience
         In general, four years under a Professional Engineer.

Step 4   PE Exam
         After the appropriate experience required, you can take
         the Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE).
Why bother with licensure?

Your career could last 40 years or more.
Changes can take place.

Only licensed professionals are allowed to offer their
services to the public and sign and seal plans for the

This path can lead you to higher wages, a wider range
of career opportunities, and a higher level of respect
and credibility among your engineering peers.
Why take the FE now?
75% pass rate now (higher for CU)
52% pass rate in two years

But, don’t take the FE if you aren’t going to take it
Results reflect on everyone at CU. Pass rates are
known to employers and other schools.

Prepare now
Attend FE preparation classes in Spring 2010.
Take practice questions on web.
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam

Morning Session – 4 hours
(120 questions in 12 topic areas)

Afternoon Session – 4 hours
(60 questions – Engineering Area (like major))
Morning Session – 4 hours
(120 questions in 12 topic areas)
Mathematics                         15%
Eng Probability & Statistics        7%
Chemistry                           9%
Computers                           7%
Ethics and Business Practices       7%
Engineering Economics               8%
Engineering Mechanics               10%
Strength of Materials               7%
Materials Properties                7%
Fluid Mechanics                     7%
Electricity and Magnetism           9%
Thermodynamics                      7%
Afternoon Session – 4 hours
(60 questions – Engineering Area (like major))

Chemical Engineering
Your packets:
• Informational Memo
• List of notaries on campus (application must be notarized)
• Professional Engineer Licensing Application packet – need to
  complete Forms 1 and 2 and return to Eileen Winters by October 16.

It’s all on the website http://www.clarkson.edu/engineering/feinfo.html
anyway, or you can contact Eileen (268-6446; eileen@clarkson.edu)

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