Learn from Experts & Pass the P.E. Exam
** Courses begin August 5, 2014 **
Taught by experts with 15+ years of experience in preparing engineers to pass the exam, the 17-Part P.E. Review Course you'll receive the core essentials as well as five more exclusive sessions to prepare you for the depth portion of the exam. Benefit from instructor assistance during the live webinars with free on-demand recordings available 24/7 until the exam date.
Course Schedule & Topic
All Live Webinar sessions are scheduled for 3:00-5:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. If you are unable to attend a live session, don't worry, you'll have free access to an on-demand recording.
|Tuesday, Aug 5
|Thursday, Aug 7
||Strength of Materials
|Tuesday, Aug 12
|Thursday, Aug 14
|Tuesday, Aug 19
|Thursday, Aug 21
||Waste and Water Treatment
|Tuesday, Aug 26
|Thursday, Aug 28
|Tuesday, Sept 2
|Thursday, Sept 4
|Tuesday, Sept 9
||Engineering Cost Analysis
|Thursday, Sept 11
||Construction Scheduling and Estimating
|Monday, Sept 15
||Geotechnical Depth Session
|Tuesday, Sept 16
||Structures Depth Session
|Wednesday, Sept 17
|| Construction Depth Session
|Thursday, Sept 18
||Transportation Depth Session
||Jo Anne Tingle
|Friday, Sept 19
||Water Resources Depth Session
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ASCE Prepares Engineers to Pass – Guaranteed
With our guarantee for individual-rate registrations, if you register and you do not pass your exam, provide us with proof of your exam results, and we will enroll you in the next course for free.
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Individual registrations provide access to the course for one individual only, with the guarantee. Individual can access the Live Webinar sessions from one computer and can also access the on-demand recordings anytime and anywhere.
Group Rate Savings
Any number of participants may attend the Live Webinar sessions at one location for one rate. Additionally, each individual can sign up for individual access to the free on-demand recordings from any location at any time.
Please note that Exam Review Courses do not provide CEUs or PDHs. Late registrations may be accepted if space is available. For more information, contact the registrar or call 800-548-2723.
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ASCE offers multiple courses to meet the varying needs of engineers and their specialty area. Learn more now!
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Meet Your Instructors
Nageshwar Bhaskar has taught and prepared engineers to pass the P.E. exam over 15 years. His professional expertise includes: Storm water management; hydrologic and hydraulic analysis of dams; reservoir operation modeling water quality in surface water systems; and modeling of water resources systems using simulation methods. Dr. Bhasker is a Professor at Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Louisville. He is a P.E. and has a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Ohio State University and an M.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland.
Mark McGinley is a structural engineer who has taught and prepared engineers pass the P.E. exam over 5 years. He has taught structural wood design for a number of years. He is an expert in masonry building systems, specializing in masonry building envelopes. Mark is actively involved in the Masonry Society as Past Chair of the Design Practices Committee, a member of the Research Committee, the Board of Directors and the Code and Standards Committee. Mark is author of all five editions of the Masonry Designers Guide. He is Professor and Endowed Chair of Infrastructure Research, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Louisville. Mark is a P.E. and has over 20 years of research and forensic engineering practice in building systems.
J.P. Mohsen has prepared and helped engineers pass the P.E. exam for over 15 years. Dr. Mohsen has coordinated and taught the P.E. Review in Civil Engineering course every fall and spring since 1996. He is the Course Director for ASCE’s P.E. Civil, P.E. S.E., and P.E. Environmental Exam Review courses. He has taught courses in civil engineering, including structural analysis and design, surveying, construction materials, and pavement design. In addition, Dr. Mohsen is the past President of the American Society for Engineering Education. He is Professor and Chair of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky.
JoAnne Tingle has over 10 years of experience in preparing engineers for the P.E. exam. She has been involved in Traffic and Transportation Engineering for over 20 years, including managing a central safety program for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. She is a Professional Engineer and is currently an International Member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE). JoAnne holds a B.S. degree in Applied Mathematics, Minor in Physics, a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Kentucky and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Kentucky State University.
Jerry Vandevelde has over 15 years of experience in teaching and preparing engineers pass the P.E. exam. He has over 25 years of experience with both international consulting firms and smaller regional firms. He has extensive experience in soil and materials laboratory testing, slope stability analysis, dam design, landfill design, geophysical methods, field instrumentation, failure analysis, various forms of deep foundations, and other geotechnical or materials concerns. He is a professional engineer and is a member of ASCE. He has a Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of Louisville.
Andy Winfrey has been teaching and preparing engineers to pass the P.E. exam for 15 years. Andy has been involved in the planning, design, construction management, and monitoring of water treatment plants, wastewater treatment plants, sanitary landfills, and air pollution control alternatives for cities, counties, states, and major industries. He is a member of ASCE, and a registered professional engineer. Andy has a B.S. and M.S. in Civil (Environmental) Engineering from the University of Kentucky and has completed a Post Graduate Course in Air Pollution Control at the University of Southern California.
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In order to participate in this course you must have the following:
Audio: Select to dial into the call using a touch-tone telephone or choose Voice-over-IP (VoIP) option upon entering the web meeting.
Browser and Operation System: Adobe Connect only requires that you have an internet connect, a web browser, and Adobe flash player 11.2 or greater to attend the web conference. Adobe Connect supports nearly any operating system including windows, Macintosh, Linux and solaris, as well as the most widely used browsers including Internet Explorer, Foxfire, and Safari.
Pop-up Blockers: All Pop-up blockers must be disabled.
If you are using Apple mobile device (iPhone or iPad), download the FREE Adobe Connect app to connect to the webinar.
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