Civil, Mechanical, and Electrical Exam Review Preparation
Do you know people who are planning to take the PE exam in
April? Please let
them know that the Tennessee Society of Professional
Engineers will be offering
a Civil PE exam review course starting in March.
The Civil course will be available statewide, thanks to TDOT.
The live session will
be at TDOT's Region 3 complex in Nashville and will be
simulcast to regional
offices in Knoxville, Chattanooga, Jackson, and Memphis.
The course will be taught by Professional Engineers, based
Engineering Reference Manual
(Lindeburg 13th edition).
It will focus on
the "breadth" portion of the exam and will include the
general topics covered
during the morning exam. Seismic and land surveying will not
as they are not covered on the morning exam.
will begin Monday, March 9,
and meet every
evening from 5-8 pm Central Time for five weeks. The cost
$400 per person for members, $600 for non-members, and $100
wanting to review the course. For the tentative
schedule and syllabus
register for the class
follow the links provided. To register
and pay on-line, go
Mechanical and Electrical Review Course Information
Not taking the Civil exam? TSPE, in cooperation with the
of Professional Engineers, is offering Mechanical and
Electrical PE exam
review courses as well as the FE review via live webinar.
Information on the
courses is on the
Minnesota Society's web site.
live webinars will begin in late January.
For additional information,
please contact the Minnesota Society of Professional
If you register to take one of the Minnesota Society's
courses, we would
appreciate it if you would respond to the question about
"how you learned
about the course" by clicking in the drop-down box "my NSPE
Society." TSPE is a State Society of the National Society
Did you know
that your TSPE/NSPE Membership now includes
15 free online seminars?
NSPE Professional Development
Visit the NSPE
education web site for more information on the online web
or (703) 684-2800.
information on the professional development requirements set
by the Tennessee Board of Architectural and Engineering
Examiners requirements, click this link:
Tennessee Board of
Architectural and Engineering Examiners - Continuing