PE Industrial and Systems
60-HOUR Comprehensive Review Course
PE Industrial and Systems Exam Prep Course Structure
Our PE Industrial and Systems exam review course is designed to help you prepare for the new Computer-Based Testing method. The course is divided into two sections: refresher sessions and workshop sessions. Refresher sessions offer comprehensive lectures. These lectures cover the topics that are on NCEES’ PE Industrial and Systems exam specifications. Workshop sessions give students the opportunity to work through PE Industrial and Systems practice problems.
Topics Covered in the PE Industrial and Systems Exam Course
- Systems Engineering
- Facilities Engineering and Planning
- Operations Engineering
- Work Design
- Quality Engineering
Our PE Industrial and Systems exam prep course is offered through two delivery methods: Live Online and Ondemand. We also offer bundling options if you can’t choose one! Learn more about these methods below:
Live Online - Our Live Online method provides
instructor-led online sessions. This method offers live interaction with instructors and a
structured study schedule. It’s just like being in a classroom except it is online. The PE
Industrial and Systems exam is only offered once each year. Select Live Online Schedule from the
side menu to find out when our next class
session will begin.
If you find out that our Live Online session has already begun and you can’t wait for our next set of classes, you can choose our Ondemand option, which allows you to start preparing immediately.
- Ondemand - Don't want to wait for the next Live Online course to begin studying? Check out our Ondemand delivery method option! This method provides immediate access to the course upon registration and free processing. Watch pre-recorded course lectures, receive comprehensive course materials and practice problem sheets, and send questions to your instructor. Our Ondemand method is well-known for its flexibility.
Everything You Should Know About the PE Industrial and Systems Exam
If you are interested in becoming a licensed professional industrial engineer, here are some things you might want to know. For the most part, in order to obtain your PE licensure, you will need to earn a four-year engineering degree, pass the FE exam, obtain four years of engineering experience, and then take and pass the PE Industrial and Systems exam. Our Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) Industrial and Systems exam review will help build your confidence for exam day. This exam is the last step in your goal to earning your professional engineering license.
Before Taking the Exam
Before you are allowed to take the PE Industrial and Systems exam, you will need to meet several requirements specified by NCEES. To sit for the exam, you will need:
- A four-year degree from an accredited university or program
- A passing grade on the FE exam
- 4 years of engineering experience
- A background check
- A detailed work experience report
Because state requirements all vary, we suggest checking with your state board to make sure you are following the right guidelines.
PE Industrial and Systems Exam Fees
A fee of $375 will be due to NCEES before you can sit for the PE Industrial and Systems exam. Because every state may have different registration procedures, we suggest you check with your state licensing board in case there are separate applications or fees required to register.
The PE Industrial and Systems exam was created to help gauge an individual’s competence within industrial engineering. The PE Industrial and Systems exam is 9.5 hours long, consists of 85 questions, is computer-based, and administered by NCEES-approved Pearson VUE test center year-round. Using the International System of units (SI) and the US Customary System (USCS), this exam is made up of both multiple-choice questions and alternative item types (AITs). The exam day schedule is as follows:
- Nondisclosure agreement (2 minutes)
- Tutorial (8 minutes)
- Exam (8.5 hours)
- Scheduled break (50 minutes)
Materials and Resources
On the day of the exam, students will be given a virtual version of the NCEES PE Industrial and Systems Reference Handbook. A free copy of this handbook is available for download through the student’s MyNCEES account. They can also download the free NCEES Examinee Guide to learn more about what to expect on the day of the PE Industrial and Systems exam.
After the Exam
After taking a computer-based exam, results will typically be available 7-10 days later. NCEES will send an email to each candidate with instructions on how to see results through their MyNCEES account. More information about how NCEES scores exams can be found here. Please see NCEES’ website for further details about engineering exams.