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TMS Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Professional Engineer (PE) Licensing Exam Review Course

August 3–13, 2020 • Online Course

This course has concluded.

Professional engineer (PE) licensure is the preferred credential in the United States for engineers to bid on government contracts, be a principal of a firm, perform consulting services, and protect public health, safety, and welfare. It can also give you a competitive edge over non-licensed job candidates and a greater earning potential. Let TMS help you achieve PE licensing designation with the TMS Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Professional Engineer (PE) Licensing Exam Review Course—the only review course focused specifically on the Metallurgical and Materials Engineering PE Licensing Exam.

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Who Will Benefit

The course is designed for individuals planning to take the Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Professional Engineer (PE) Licensing Exam. Examination requirements vary by state. Potential exam takers should consult their state licensing board for specific requirements or visit the NCEES website for more information.

This course is also open to individuals not planning on taking the PE exam, but who wish to refresh their knowledge in the technical areas covered by this course.

What You Will Learn

The TMS Metallurgical and Materials Engineering PE Licensing Exam Review Online Course will address a variety of approaches and methodologies, including design, analysis, application, and operations. Course instructors will review exam specification and knowledge areas, and will provide a refresher training on the following topical areas:

  • Ferrous materials, specifically encompassing stainless steel, cast iron, carbon steel, and alloyed steel
  • Light and nonferrous materials, specifically encompassing titanium and titanium alloys, aluminum and aluminum alloys, copper and copper alloys, intermetallic alloys, precious metals, refractory alloys, superalloys, and other nonferrous metals
  • Ceramics, polymers, composites, and electronic materials, including glasses, functional ceramics, engineering ceramics, elastomers, thermoset, thermoplastic, composites, silicon, and other semiconductor materials

Visit the Course Curriculum page for more details on this program. The course will be structured according to the NCEES Principles and Practice of Engineering Examination Metallurgical and Materials Exam Specifications, which were effective beginning with the October 2015 examination. For additional information on the exam, please visit the NCEES website.

Organizing Committee and Instructors

Charles V. White, P.E., Professor Emeritus, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Kettering University, USA
Erik Mueller, Materials Engineer, TMS, USA
Steven Sopher, JSP/Mitsubishi Gas Chemical, USA
Eric Weishaupt, P.E., ESi, USA

Learn more about the background and technical expertise of the course instructors here.

For More Information

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