PE Exam Review
Civil PE Exam Review
Please pass this information along to any individuals taking the PE Exam in October, 2019. If you would like to sit in on some of the sessions as a refresher for PDHs, you may register for a single session (or more).
The PE Civil Exam Review will be held at Lipscomb University Fields Engineering Center and will be available via a videoconferencing link.
Online Registration is now open for the Fall 2019 course - Online Registration Form. The cost will be $350 for members and $550 for non-members and will include a 6 month free TSPE Membership.
The course will be taught by Professional Engineers and based on the Civil Engineering Reference Manual (Lindeburg 15th Edition). It will focus on the "breadth" (morning) portion of the exam and will include general topics covered during the morning part of the exam. Seismic and land surveying will NOT be covered, as they are not covered on the morning exam. Sessions include Water Resources, Geotechnical, Structural, Construction and Transportation.
Electrical and Mechanical Online PE Review
TSPE is partnering with the Minnesota Society of Professional Engineers (MnSPE) to offer PE exam prep courses to help you prepare for the October 2019 PE exam. Choose from Civil (construction, geotech, structural, transportation, or water resources/environmental), electrical power or mechanical (HVAC, machine design or thermal & fluids systems).
Courses meet mid August through mid October. Attend via live webinar from your location - students can be anywehre (not just MN). Courses are relevant for students and PE exams throughout the country and use books and other course materials published by PPI, provider of the popular Lindeburg books. A free retake is GUARANTEED if you take this course but do not pass the exam.
Registration deadlines vary but are in early to mid August. Learn more or register online at www.mnspe.org
For additional information on professional development requirements set by the Tennessee Board of Architectural and Engineering Examiners follow the link below: