COURSE: WMSS 500 Civil P.E. Exam Review SeminarOBJECTIVE: For each student to comprehend the topic areas found in the Civil P.E. Exam. DESCRIPTION: This is a self-paced seminar in which students will explore each of the five topic areas common to all Civil P.E. exams: Structural, Construction, Geotechnical, Water Resources and Environmental, and Transportation. The seminar is designed to familiarize students with the information they will need to know and the types of questions they will be most likely to face during the morning portion of the Civil exam. This will be accomplished through a combination of recorded lessons, practice problems, and Canvas discussion posts. The course is intended to be used as a study guide and a supplement afternoon specific studies. PRIMARY AUDIENCE: Civil Engineer Officers SECONDARY AUDIENCE: All other military and civilian Civil Engineers pursuing professional engineer licensure. GRADE: To receive completion credit (3.0 CEUs), students must complete ALL module tests and the final morning breadth exam. There is no penalty for not completing the seminar. PREREQUISITES: None SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Students should have computer access throughout the course with a reliable Internet connection capable of streaming recorded video lessons, and accessing/utilizing the Canvas discussion board. DELIVERY METHOD: This is a Web-Accessible seminar offered by the Civil Engineer School at AFIT including approximately 5 hours per week of self-paced course work. This eight-week seminar combines self-paced video-type lessons with computer interaction between students and instructors through the discussion boards as well as practice problems executed via the Canvas online learning system. All work can be completed at the student’s leisure.