|Title||Fundamentals of Engineering (Summer/Fall 2014)
This review Course is designed to prepare the student or working professional planning to take the next State of California Fundamentals of Engineering Exam. The course reviews engineering fundamentals including: electrical engineering, engineering economics, statics, thermodynamics, dynamics, fluid mechanics, mathematics and other pertinent topics.
Wednesdays, July 9 - October 15, 2014 (No Class August 27, September 2 and 10)
6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Cal Poly Pomona, Bldg. 6, Room 113
A 10% discount is offered on all non-credit courses based on the following:
• Current Cal Poly Pomona Alumni Association members with proper ID
• Current Cal Poly Pomona faculty and staff with proper ID
Cal Poly Pomona Engineering student fee is $215 upon verification of their Bronco ID number. Please call our Registration Office at 909.869.2288 for complete details.
Please Note: Only one discount or promotion per person, per class is allowed. Discounts and/or promotions cannot be combined with any other discount offer.
Non-Credit Courses with Eight or More Class Meetings*
A full refund will be issued if the refund request is received by the College of the Extended University prior to the first class meeting.
For refund requests on or after the first class meeting, 65% of fees will be refunded until 25% of course time has elapsed, after which no refunds will be made.
A full refund will be issued for cancelled classes.
|Syllabus||There is no syllabus available for this course
|Instructor||Dr. Kevin R. Anderson
$375, Non-student; $215, Cal Poly Engineering Student with ID.
Beginning 2014, the EIT exam will be offered continuously. The exam is NOT part of the review course. More information can be found at:
Exam applications may be obtained by contacting the Board of Registration for Professional Engineers at:
1428 Howe Ave., Suite 56
Sacramento, CA 95825
For additional information, please contact Professor Kevin R. Anderson at 909.869.2687 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Early registration is strongly recommended as class size is limited.