There are more than 35 different review classes to help prepare you for the state Professional Engineer (PE) and Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam. The online version of the classes are pre-recorded presentations of a review of 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. The live presentation of the class will review some or all of the content of the online class; however, there may be additional information presented at the live class. The live class is intended to allow students to review with the instructor areas that may be of more interest or more in depth review, and to allow the student to ask the instructor specific questions regarding areas of concern. The online version and the live session may not be identical. The live session is meant to be a supplemental component of the course.
- Fundamentals of Engineering Intern (FE) candidates should take 13-20 of the FE classes depending on their field (CE, CHE, EE, ME or GE - General).
- Professional Engineer (PE) candidates should take 9-20 of the PE classes depending on their field (CE, CHE, EE or, ME).
Each class includes reviews of theory and sample problems. The instructor for each class is a specialist with experience in the topic area.
A class schedule will be forwarded to all registrants 1-2 weeks before the first class. 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.
Online sessions are available for viewing 24 hours a day / 7 days a week and may be viewed multiple times. These sessions remain available for viewing for up to two weeks after the last class. For more information regarding online course delivery with streaming video through our Blackboard Learning System, please visit IIT ONLINE.