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FE Exam (Industrial) Study Guide

Fundamentals of Engineering (FE)

To pursue a professional engineering license in the US , you must pass the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam. The FE exam covers subject matters commonly taught in a typical EAC/ABET-accredited baccalaureate engineering program. It covers a comprehensive range of subjects in engineering. VERY COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE INDEED!

The FE exam consists of 180 multiple-choice questions Each exam is 8 hours long, with one 4-hour session in the morning and another in the afternoon. One must participate in both sessions on the same day.

As of 2009, the available FE exam modules include:



The FE exams are comprehensive. One has to go through a lot of readings for learning the various exam topics.

The Industrial Engineering module covers the following topics:

  • Engineering Economics

  • Probability and Statistics

  • Modeling and Computation

  • Industrial Management

  • Manufacturing and Production Systems

  • Facilities and Logistics

  • Human Factors, Productivity, Ergonomics, and Work Design

  • Quality

There is no "official" self study pack, so we fill the gap here by releasing this Industrial Engineering ExamEssentials Study Guide. The Study Guide provides extensive and in-depth study coverage on the most important industrial engineering knowledge domains of the exam.

Our Study Guide goes the expert-advice way. Instead of just giving you the hard facts, we also give you information that covers the best tricks and practices. With these information, you will always be able to make the most appropriate expert judgment in the exam.


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