Illinois Institute of Technology is a leader in providing professional engineering review courses to prepare engineers for the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and the Professional Engineering (PE) exams. Passing these tests are required to obtain a professional engineering license. We offer online courses for the FE and the PE (civil, mechanical, chemical, electrical, and general engineering disciplines).
Illinois Tech offers more than 35 different review classes to help prepare for the state exam. The classes are pre-recorded / scripted presentations that review the types of problems and solutions that may be on the state examination. These videos give the full review experience and contain all the information that the instructor has deemed to be relevant to the subject matter.
Online sessions are available for viewing 24 hours a day / 7 days a week and may be viewed multiple times.
- Fundamentals of Engineering Intern (FE) candidates should take 14-21 of the FE classes depending on their field.
- Professional Engineer (PE) candidates should take 12-19 of the PE classes depending on their field.
Each class includes reviews of theory and sample problems. The instructor for each class is a specialist with experience in the topic area.
Our program guarantee allows you to take the program again for $75 in the following fall/spring session should you not pass your exam. However, it must be taken consecutively— if you take the program in the spring, you can re-take it for $75 but it must be in the following fall session. You can retake the program only one time.
See below for an overview of preparation courses offered through Illinois Institute of Technology.
NOTE: Registration may be made for individual sessions of the review courses but registering for the full course is the best value.
|Professional Engineer (PE) Principles and Practice||$1,195|
|Fundamentals of Engineering (FE)||$995|
|Individual review courses||$139 per course|
Illinois Tech Alumni receive a $100 discount off full course and $10 off individual course.
For additional details about the format of the Fundamentals in Engineering and Professional Engineering exam, visit the National Council of Examiners' Web site at www.ncees.org. For specific information regarding the Fundamentals exam, visit www.ncees.org/Exams/FE_exam.php and for the Principles and Practice exam, visit www.ncees.org/Exams/PE_exam.php.
State Exam Information
Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
320 West Washington Street
Springfield, Illinois 62786
217.785.0800 (for information)
217.782.8556 (for application)
Indiana Professional Licensing Agency
302 West Washington
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Please visit NCEES links to state board information by state.
* Illinois Tech engineering majors expecting to graduate within one year after the exam may apply at the beginning of the semester prior to the exam. For registration information or review course details contact Scott Pfeiffer at (312) 567-5922 or email@example.com.