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What does FE stand for?

FE stands for Fundamentals of Engineering

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Currently, the NCEES model specifies that an aspiring PE must meet the following requirements: (1) hold a bachelor's degree in engineering from an ABET-accredited program, (2) have at least four years of appropriate work experience, (3) achieve acceptable results on the Fundamentals of Engineering exam and the PE exam, and (4) possess a clean disciplinary record.
If accepted into the functional area, those who hadn't yet done so could begin the process of attaining their professional engineer license by taking the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) Fundamentals of Engineering exam.
Chapters are organized under the following themes: fundamentals of engineering analysis and management, energy conservation technologies applied to food processing facilities, energy consumption and saving opportunities in existing food processing facilities, energy efficiency and conservation in emerging food processing systems, and conservation of food processing wastes into energy.
Rachel Thomas recommends that engineering students research the industry they plan to enter to determine whether a license is needed and to take advantage of the Fundamentals of Engineering (EIT) preparation courses while still in college.