Engineering Review Courses

Engineering Review Courses

Penn State's comprehensive PE and EIT review courses have prepared engineers for their professional licensure examinations since 1968. Review sessions provide excellent subject matter that completely prepares engineers to sit for the national exams.

Courses employ a comprehensive collection of questions and answers from past exams while familiarizing participants with exam formats and procedures. In addition, all programs require participants to spend time out of class reviewing material and solving homework problems.

Civil/Sanitary/Structural Engineering

Location: PennDOT, Bridgeville, PA

Spring 2018 Schedule coming soon!

Course topics include

  • Introduction and Math Concepts
  • Economics, Measurements, and Instrumentation
  • Geotechnical
  • Structures
  • Hydraulics
  • Water Supply
  • Sanitary
  • Solid/Hazardous Waste Management
  • Transportation
  • Final Review and Exam-taking Techniques

“I felt very positive both going into and out of the exam. I appreciated the examples that were done in class and in the notes. They were very useful in taking the exam. I am so glad that I took the review course. Although at times it felt very long, it made me at least think about the exam and study more than I would have otherwise. I really appreciate the efforts of all the instructors. The course was well thought out and extremely helpful.”
Emily Kowalsky, P.E.

Fundamentals of Engineering/Engineer-In-Training

Pennsylvania requires that every engineer, with or without a college degree, must pass the Engineer-In-Training (EIT) examination as the first step toward licensure in the state. To be eligible to take the exam, a participant must have four years of work in an engineering-related area.

Location: PennDOT, Bridgeville, PA

Spring 2018 Schedule coming soon!

Course topics include

  • Introduction/Units
  • Mathematics
  • Statics
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Dynamics
  • Thermodynamics/Heat Transfer
  • Materials Science/Chemistry
  • Electrical Circuits
  • Computers
  • Engineering Ethics and Economics
  • Practice Exam/Wrap-up

Cancellations and Refunds

Payment is due upon registration. Registration cancellations with a full refund will be accepted until one week prior to the first class. After that, the individual may be held responsible for registration and fees. The University may cancel or postpone any course or activity because of insufficient enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances.