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The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam is generally the first step in the process to becoming a professional licensed engineer (P.E.). It is designed for recent graduates and university students who are close to finishing an undergraduate engineering degree from an EAC/ABET-accredited program. The FE exam is a computer-based exam administered year-round at NCEES-approved Pearson VUE test centers.

The University of Tulsa, College of Engineering & Natural Sciences offers a 8 Session exam review course for practicing engineers and TU students preparing to take the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam. It will cover 1) Mathematics, 2) Statics and Dynamics, 3) Probability, Statistics and Engr. Economics, 4) Heat, Mass & Energy Transfer, 5) Fluid Mechanics, 6) Electricity, Power, and Magnetism, 7) Chemistry and Materials Science, and 8) Strength of Materials and Engr. Ethics.

Benefits of Attending the FE EXAM PREP Course:

  • You will receive demonstrations of solution methods and practices on typical problems from recent exams.
  • Provided notes and handouts prepare you for the exam.
  • Discuss problems with other engineers, faculty, and students preparing to take the exam.
  • Availability to experts…your instructors (University of Tulsa Faculty).


John Henshaw, P.E., PhD, University of Tulsa, Department Chair & Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Ty Johannes, PhD, University of Tulsa, Chairperson, Russell School of Chemical Engineering, Rumley Professor of Chemical Engineering
Nathan Hutchins, PhD, University of Tulsa Chapman Applied Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Michael Keller, P.E., PhD, University of Tulsa, Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Dan Crunkleton, PhD, JD, University of Tulsa College of Engineering & Natural Sciences Associate Dean, Professor of Chemical Engineering and Sarkeys Professor of Environmental Engineering

Sessions will be held on Saturday mornings, 9:00am-12:00pm, TU Campus, Keplinger Hall (Room: M216):

  • TBD | Mathematics | Instructor: Crunkleton
  • TBD | Probability, Statistics, Engr. Econ | Instructor: Crunkleton
  • TBD | Statics, Dynamics | Instructor: Keller
  • TBD | Heat, Mass, Energy Transfer | Instructor: Johannes
  • TBD | Fluid Mechanics | Instructor: Johannes
  • TBD | Electricity, Power, Magnetism | Instructor: Hutchins
  • TBD | Chemistry, Materials Science | Instructor: Henshaw
  • TBD | Strength of Materials, Engr. Ethics | Instructor: Henshaw

The University of Tulsa, Keplinger Hall, Room M216
430 South Gary Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104
Keplinger Hall is #23 on this map. This map also shows nearby Visitor/Guest parking lots.

FE EXAM PREP COURSE Registration Fees:
* Individual Session Registration Available: $195/person/session
* Full FE Exam Prep Review Course (8 sessions): $995/person

The fees for the FE Exam Prep Course cover all lectures, handouts/exercises, in-class practice, access to instructors. NOTE: It is recommended that you purchase the FE Review Manual by Michael Lindeburg, PE, 3rd Edition, ISBN-13: 978-1591263333.


Things You Need to Know and Where to Find Additional Information:

  1. Signing up for this review course, does not register you for the exam. You must do that separately. See below for information on registering to take the exam.
  2. More information about engineering licensure (FE and PE) is available at
  3. In the United States, engineers are licensed at the state level by professional licensing boards. Engineering boards confer the P.E. license when licensure candidates meet a combination of requirements in education, experience, and exams. Before registering for an upcoming NCEES exam, review your unique approval and registration process by selecting your state, territory, or foreign entity from the map found here:
  4. Registration for the computer-based FE and PE exams is open year-round. The FE Exam is a computer-based exam that is administered year-round in testing windows at NCEES-approved Pearson VUE test centers.
  5. OKLAHOMA State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors:
    Contact: Kathy Hart, Email:
    Phone: (405) 521-2874, Fax: (405) 523-2135
    Oklahoma Engineering and Design Professionals Center
    220 NE 28th St., Suite 120, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105
  6. The Oklahoma board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam. Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.
  7. Register and schedule exams through your MyNCEES accounts.
  8. Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.
  9. For more information on exam prep MATERIALS, click here:

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