FE Environmental

School of PE offers FE Environmental exam prep courses for the NCEES FE Environmental exam.

72-Hour Comprehensive Review Course with FE Exam Practice Sessions

FE Environmental Exam Prep Course Structure

The FE Environmental exam is the first step in becoming a Professional Environmental Engineer. Specifically designed using The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) exam specifications, School of PE’s FE Environmental prep course is aimed at helping its students to pass the FE Environmental exam. This course includes instructor-written refresher notes, FE exam practice problems, and more!

Topics Covered in the Course

  • Mathematics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Thermodynamics
  • Ethics and Professional Practice
  • Water Resourses
  • Engineering Economics
  • Water and Wastewater
  • Materials Science
  • Air Quality
  • Environmental Science and Chemistry
  • Solid and Hazardous Waste
  • Risk Assessment
  • Groundwater and Soils

Course Formats

Our FE Environmental exam prep course is available in the following formats:

  • Live Online - Our Live Online learning format provides instructor-led online sessions. This format offers live interaction with instructors and a structured study schedule. It's just like being in a classroom, but online!
  • Ondemand - With our Ondemand format, you can study anywhere, anytime. Choose from a monthly subscription plan, or sign up for a 4, 6, or 8-month Ondemand class. Sign up today and receive immediate access to the materials that will help you prepare for your exam.

For learn more about our learning formats, please refer to our Compare Plans table.


What do our students say about our prep courses?

Check out some testimonials from past students:

  • "School of PE was incredibly helpful in guiding the study process and emphasizing the most important concepts to review. The course was very thorough, and I felt confident going into the test. Most importantly, I still felt confident after the test and consider School of PE worth the cost to not have to retake the test."

    -- Ms. Melnik
    New York State Department of Public Service
    Colden, NY

  • "To say School of PE was phenomenal would be an understatement. The instructors were outstanding, organized, very helpful and truly wanted to make sure every student was well informed and prepared. School of PE no doubt was the reason I passed the PE. I would absolutely recommend it!"

    -- Mrs. K Stein
    Smith Brehob & Associates Inc
    Bloomington, IN

About the FE Environmental Exam

This 6-hour Computer-Based Test (CBT) provides exam participants with 110 environmental engineering questions. Because the FE Environmental exam is a CBT exam, it can be taken anytime throughout the year (provided the examinees are approved to take the exam). Find the nearest NCEES-approved Pearson VUE test center to schedule your exam.

Those who take the FE Environmental exam are typically aiming to become Professional Environmental Engineers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, environmental engineers “use the principles of engineering, soil science, biology, and chemistry to develop solutions to environmental problems. They are involved in efforts to improve recycling, waste disposal, public health, and water and air pollution control.”

The national pass rate, according to NCEES, was 76% for the FE Environmental exam between January and June 2018. School of PE’s FE Environmental students had a much higher pass rate that the national average.

For information about our course fees and to learn about early registration discounts, visit our About Fee page. We also offer undergraduate student discounts for undergraduate students. Sign up for an FE Environmental exam prep course today!

Question of the Week

Water under an 18m head discharges freely into the atmosphere through a 25mm diameter orifice. The orifice is round-edged and has a coefficient of discharge of 0.98. Determine the velocity of the discharge water.

  • A) 1.2 m/s
  • B) 3.2 m/s
  • C) 8.2 m/s
  • D) 18 m/s
  • SUBMIT

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