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Freese and Nichols University - Lifetime Learning

Each year, Freese and Nichols University offers employees and clients more than 100 classes in approximately 30 different subject areas. All of the classes taught through FN University count towards the professional engineer re-licensing requirements of 15 professional development hours per year. Classes include:


  • P.E. Exam Review
  • Professional Ethics Workshops
  • Technical Seminars
  • Change Management Courses
  • Management Workshops
  • Leadership Training
  • Communication and Teamwork Classes
  • Technology and Software Training

We strive to make all classes easily accessible for clients by offering them in many different locations throughout Texas and North Carolina. In 2012 alone, 970 clients attended FN University classes.

Award-Winning Programs

The quality of education offered at FN University is a matter of pride within Freese and Nichols. Classes are taught by experts in their fields, many with advanced degrees in their respective disciplines. In 2009, the National Society of Professional Engineers and the Texas Society of Professional Engineers honored Freese and Nichols with the Private Practice Professional Development Award. Freese and Nichols previously won this award at the state level in 2004. In 2006, Freese and Nichols was named Best Place to Learn by the Dallas Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development.

A History of Education

FN University is the culmination of over a century of emphasizing education. Our founder, Major John B. Hawley, began this tradition by offering financial support to students and employees pursuing higher education. He believed that continuing education was essential to a professional engineer, and today, this belief is an integral part of Freese and Nichols’ culture.