Civil Engineering Structural PE Exam Review Course

$597

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Civil Engineering Structural PE Exam Review Course

Civil Engineering Structural PE Exam Review Course

If you want to pass the Civil Engineering PE Exam the first time (or this time), this Review Course will get you prepared.
  • 3-step preparation method that will equip you with the tools needed to be successful.
  • 10 things you should do to have complete confidence on exam day.
  • A specific plan of action for each of the test topics.
If you don’t have the time or the desire to sit through a live exam refresher, this Review Course will get you prepared.
  • 1 hour per day plus 3 to 4 hours on the weekends can get you prepared in 1 month or less.
  • Working through the course on your schedule produces better results.
  • Being lectured to in a classroom setting will not provide the resources you need on exam day.
If you’re looking for a program that gives you what you need to become a licensed PE, this Review Course will get you prepared.
  • 7 must-have resources for success on the PE exam.
  • 7 main reasons people fail the PE exam (and how you can beat the odds.)
  • 7 simple actions you can perform every day that ensure you will be prepared.
If this Review Course sounds like what you’ve been searching for, then I invite you to click the link below:

The Civil Engineering Structural PE Exam Review Course eliminates these barriers and gives you the knowledge, experience, resources, & comfort level you need for success on exam day.

The Civil Engineering Structural PE Exam Review Course is a comprehensive, in-depth review of every topic covered on the exam (refer to NCEES) divided into 60 lessons with instruction, homework, links to related information, examples, and practice problems.

This course may* qualify for up to 20 PDH (Professional Development Hours)/2.0 CEU (Continuing Education Units.)


Project Planning
  • Lesson 1 – Quantity Take-Off Methods & Cost Estimating
  • Lesson 2 – Project Schedules & Activity Identification and Sequencing
Section Quiz 1 – Project Planning

Means and Methods
  • Lesson 3 – Construction Loads
  • Lesson 4 – Construction Methods
  • Lesson 5 – Temporary Structures and Facilities
Section Quiz 2 – Means and Methods

Soil Mechanics
  • Lesson 6 – Lateral Earth Pressure
  • Lesson 7 – Soil Consolidation
  • Lesson 8 – Effective and Total Stresses & Bearing Capacity
  • Lesson 9 – Foundation Settlement & Slope Stability
Section Quiz 3 – Soil Mechanics

Structural Mechanics
  • Lesson 10 – Dead and Live Loads
  • Lesson 11 – Trusses
  • Lesson 12 – Bending & Shear
  • Lesson 13 – Axial & Combined Stresses
  • Lesson 14 – Deflection & Beams
  • Lesson 15 – Columns & Slabs
  • Lesson 16 – Footings & Retaining Walls
Section Quiz 4 – Structural Mechanics

Hydraulics and Hydrology
  • Lesson 17 – Open-Channel Flow
  • Lesson 18 – Stormwater Collection and Drainage & Storm Characteristics
  • Lesson 19 – Runoff Analysis & Detention/Retention Ponds
  • Lesson 20 – Pressure Conduit & Energy and/or Continuity Equation
Section Quiz 5 – Hydraulics and Hydrology

Geometrics
  • Lesson 21 – Basic Circular Curve Elements
  • Lesson 22 – Basic Vertical Curve Elements & Traffic Volume
Section Quiz 6 – Geometrics

Materials
  • Lesson 23 – Soil Classification and Boring Log Interpretation & Soil Properties
  • Lesson 24 – Concrete
  • Lesson 25 – Structural Steel
  • Lesson 26 – Material Test Methods and Specification Conformance & Compaction
Section Quiz 7 – Materials

Site Development
  • Lesson 27 – Excavation and Embankment
  • Lesson 28 – Construction Site Layout and Control
  • Lesson 29 – Temporary and Permanent Soil Erosion and Sediment Control & Impact of Construction on Adjacent Facilities
  • Lesson 30 – Safety
Section Quiz 8 – Site Development

Civil Engineering Structural PE Exam Review Course


Analysis of Structures – Loads and Load Applications
  • Lesson 31 – Dead Loads
  • Lesson 32 – Live Loads
  • Lesson 33 – Construction Loads
  • Lesson 34 – Wind Loads, Seismic Loads, & Moving Loads
  • Lesson 35 – Snow, Rain, Ice, & Impact Loads
  • Lesson 36 – Earth Pressure and Surcharge Loads & Load Paths
  • Lesson 37 – Load Combinations & Tributary Areas
Section Quiz 9 – Analysis of Structures – Loads and Load Applications

Analysis of Structures – Forces and Load Effects
  • Lesson 38 – Diagrams (e.g., shear and moment) & Axial (e.g., tension and compression)
  • Lesson 39 – Shear
  • Lesson 40 – Flexure & Deflection
  • Lesson 41 – Special Topics (e.g., torsion, buckling, fatigue, progressive collapse, thermal deformation, bearing)
Section Quiz 10 – Analysis of Structures – Forces and Load Effects

Design and Details of Structures
  • Lesson 42 – Concrete (e.g., plain, reinforced, cast-in-place, precast, pre-tensioned, post-tensioned)
  • Lesson 43 – Steel (e.g., structural, reinforcing, cold-formed)
  • Lesson 44 – Timber
  • Lesson 45 – Masonry (e.g., brick veneer, CMU)
  • Lesson 46 – Horizontal Members (e.g., beams, slabs, diaphragms)
  • Lesson 47 – Vertical Members (e.g., columns, bearing walls, shear walls)
  • Lesson 48 – Systems (e.g., trusses, braces, frames, composite construction)
  • Lesson 49 – Connections (e.g., bearing, bolted, welded, embedded, anchored)
  • Lesson 50 – Foundations (e.g., retaining walls, footings, combined footings, slabs, mats, piers, piles, caissons, drilled shafts)
Section Quiz 11 – Design and Details of Structures

Codes, Standards, and Guidance Documents
  • Lesson 51 – International Building Code (IBC)
  • Lesson 52 – American Concrete Institute (ACI 318, 530) & Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI Design Handbook)
  • Lesson 53 – Steel Construction Manual (AISC) & National Design Specification for Wood Construction (NDS)
  • Lesson 54 – LRFD Bridge Design Specifications (AASHTO) & Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures (ASCE 7)
  • Lesson 55 – American Welding Society (AWS D1.1, D1.2, and D1.4) & OSHA 1910 General Industry and OSHA 1926 Construction Safety Standards
Section Quiz 12 – Codes, Standards, and Guidance Documents

Temporary Structures and Other Topics
  • Lesson 56 – Special Inspections & Submittals
  • Lesson 57 – Formwork & Falsework and Scaffolding
  • Lesson 58 – Shoring and Reshoring & Concrete Maturity and Early Strength Evaluation
  • Lesson 59 – Bracing & Anchorage
  • Lesson 60 – OSHA Regulations & Safety Management
Section Quiz 13 – Temporary Structures and Other Topics

80 Question Final Exam

The PE Exam Review Course is designed to help you prepare for the PE Exam by following these 3 steps:

  1. Work through the information in the Course … follow the references … dig deep.
  2. Work as many problems as you can find and note where you have difficulties.
  3. Take the time to put together a comprehensive Test-Day Resource Library©

Remember, this is a process. If you will:

  • spend time every day
  • work the problems
  • assemble the resources

… you will be successful.

If there is anything I can do for you, please do not hesitate to ask.

To Your Success …

Jeff Setzer, PE
Civil Engineering Structural PE Exam Review Course

This course may qualify for up to 20 PDH (Professional Development Hours)/2.0 CEU (Continuing Education Units.)

*If you are planning to claim the Civil Engineering Structural PE Exam Review Course for continuing education credit, the final exam is required with a passing score of 70% or higher.

**If you are not planning to claim the Civil Engineering Structural PE Exam Review Course for continuing education credit, the final exam is not required (but it is highly recommended.)

Civil Engineering Structural PE Exam Review Course

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