Extended Academic Programs
Note: As of Spring 2009, the Electrical and Computer PE exam will no longer be a breadth and depth exam. Instead, the exam consists of three separate exams divided by subdiscipline. Each subdiscipline of the electrical and computer exam will be independent of the other, and there will be no common morning questions as in previous administrations of the electrical and computer examination.
UNC Charlotte's PE Exam Review for Electrical Engineering will focus on the POWER subdiscipline.
The purpose of the UNC Charlotte PE Review series is to help prepare engineers for the Engineering Principles and Practice Examination. Classroom lectures are designed to supplement and guide home study. Each session emphasizes step-by-step solutions to problems similar to those on the exam. Therefore, terms, formulas and concepts are explained relative to solving exam problems.
Benefits of this Review CourseThe review course provides guidance and direction not available during independent study. You’ll have the opportunity to network with others in the program who may wish to form study groups. The course also helps set a pace that focuses your studying efforts to insure that all areas will be reviewed before the exam.UNC Charlotte’s PE Electrical Exam Review (Power) will focus on the following topics:
Please note that most, but not all, exam topics will be reviewed during regularly-scheduled class time. Additional self-study will be necessary to fully prepare for the exam.About the Instructors
Your instructors have been selected for their areas of expertise as well as their teaching abilities. They are a combination of faculty members from the William States Lee College of Engineering and professional engineers from the industry. These instructors are enthusiastic about their subjects and are dedicated to helping you pass the PE Exam.
For Program and Registration Questions: Please call the Registration Center at 704-687-8900 or 1-877-741-0134 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or email CEregistration@uncc.edu.
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About the ExaminationYou will need to apply directly to the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Land Surveyors in order to take the examination in North Carolina. Contact the North Carolina Board at 4601 Six Forks Road, Suite 310, Raleigh, NC 27609, (919) 791-2000. Online at http://www.ncbels.org/
You will need to apply directly to the South Carolina State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors in order to take the examination in South Carolina. Contact the South Carolina State Board at P.O. Box 11597, Columbia, SC 29211, (803) 896-4422. Online at http://www.llr.state.sc.us/.
Note about materials allowed into the exam: Please visit http://www.ncees.org/exams/professional/ for full details about what materials you are allowed to take into the examination.
For best availability, students are encouraged to register at least two weeks prior to the start date of the course section.
REQUIRED TEXTS: Contact Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org for access to Educational Partner URL with PPI Publications, Inc. for 15% discount on materials.1) Power PE Reference Manual: For the Electrical and Computer PE Exam (2010), John A. Camara, PE
2) NCEES: PE Electrical and Computer: Power Sample Questions and Solutions www.ncees.org
3) NFPA 70: National Electrical Code (NEC) Softbound, 2011 Edition (monthly subscription to e-version also available at www.nfpa.org)
4) Power Practice Problems for the Electrical and Computer PE Exam (John Camara)
THIS COURSE UTILIZES MATERIALS POSTED ONLINE. It is required to read the Technical Specifications prior to enrollment.
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