Courses of Study 2013-2014 
    
    Jun 14, 2024  
Courses of Study 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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BEE 5330 - Engineering Professionalism


Spring. (Eleven weeks) 1 credit.

Enrollment limited to: graduate students with accredited engineering degree or seniors who will graduate with an accredited engineering degree. Students must register to take Fundamentals of Engineering Exam. Four required lectures (weeks 1, 2, 3 and 11). The other weeks are Wednesday evening working sessions where a professor is present along with two TA’s who work primarily one-on-one with students on the weekly homework assignments.  Group interaction and teaching is encouraged.

M.B. Timmons, J.R. Stedinger, staff.

Course prepares the student for the general national FE Examination taught in a team-based format. FE review homework addresses FE exam preparation and students complete the formal comprehensive review of engineering subjects associated with the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam. The N.Y. FE exam is valid in any state and does not expire.

Students must file their N.Y. FE Exam application by either November 1 of the previous year or by May 1 of the spring semester to be enrolled in BEE 5330. The FE exam registration and sitting fees total $205 and are paid to the N.Y. State Education Department and the testing service, not to Cornell. The N.Y. FE Exam is offered in April and October; the April exam may be taken at Cornell and other N.Y. locations; the October exam is not offered at Cornell.  Once the nationally conducted FE exam is passed, it is valid forever and is valid in any state for Professional Engineering registrarion (requires an additional 4 years of experience under another registered engineer).

Outcome 1: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.

Outcome 2: An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.



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