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FE / EIT - Fundamentals of Engineering / Engineer in Training



 
FE / EIT Requirements and Documentation

The Engineer in Training (EIT) certification is the designation gained by an
individual after passing the Engineer in Training exam, also known as the
Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam, administered by the NCEES twice
a year at specified locations throughout each State.

The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam is generally your first step in
the process to becoming a professional licensed engineer (PE). The FE is
designed for recent graduates and students who are close to finishing an
undergraduate engineering degree from an EAC/ABET accredited program.

The FE exam is a computer-based exam administered year-round in testing
windows at NCEES-approved Pearson VUE test centers. You can register
for an FE exam by logging in to your MyNCEES account and following the
onscreen instructions.

Learn more at the NCEES YouTube channel.


https://www.NCEES.org/engineering/fe


NCEES Sponsers and Administrates the FE / EIT Certificate Program:
  • The FE exam is a 110-question test.
  • The exam appointment time is 6 hours long and includes Nondisclosure agreement (2 minutes).
  • Tutorial (8 minutes).
  • Exam (5 hours and 20 minutes).
  • Scheduled break (25 minutes).

To qualify to become a FE / EIT:
  • You must meet minimum requirements for work experience and education.
  • You must pass a multiple choice exam.

Review the FE / EIT Exam Specifications and Requirements for Each State:
  • A $225 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES
  • Some licensing boards may require you to file a separate application and pay an application fee as part of the approval process to qualify you for a seat for an NCEES exam.
  • Your licensing board may have additional requirements.
  • Special accommodations are available for examinees who meet certain eligibility criteria and sufficiently document their request

Pass rates

The pass rates below represent January/February/March and April/May/June 2016 FE examinees who:
  • Took the FE exam for the first time.
  • Attended EAC/ABET-accredited engineering programs.
  • Took the FE exam within 12 months of graduation.

Exam Volume Pass rate
FE Chemical 1,055 79%
FE Civil 5,622 70%
FE Electrical and Computer 1,216 73%
FE Environmental 741 77%
FE Industrial 266 68%
FE Mechanical 3,813 80%
FE Other Disciplines 1,376 80%


Other Disciplines exam breakdown by examinee degree*

Program Volume Pass rate
Agricultural 62 92%
Architectural 125 78%
Bio-Medical 40 68%
Biological (not Bio-Medical) 143 85%
Civil 40 78%
Engineering Physics/Engineering Science 36 97%
General Engineering 169 83%
Geological & Geophysical 49 57%
Mechanical 112 81%
Mining/Mineral 77 68%
Naval Architecture & Marine 48 90%
Nuclear 58 90%
Ocean 41 98%
Petroleum 194 71%
Systems 28 93%

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CSE Certified Automation Professional® (CSE®) Program

Working in process automation and manufacturing automation industries around the globe, CSEs are responsible for the direction, definition, design, development/application, deployment, documentation, and support of systems, software, and equipment used in control systems, manufacturing information systems, systems integration, and operational consulting.
CSEs are an elite group of automation professionals that have proven they possess an extensive knowledge of automation and controls. CSEs have documented evidence that they possess the expertise and qualifications to excel in their fields 


CCST

ISA Certified Control Systems Technician® (CCST®) Program

Working in dozens of different industries worldwide, CCSTs calibrate, document, troubleshoot, and repair/replace instrumentation for systems that measure and control level, temperature, pressure, flow, and other process variables. Many companies prefer candidates with a CCST certification because they can trust their documented knowledge of automation and control systems.

 


CSE

ISA supports the Control Systems Engineer (CSE) License, a specialized Professional Engineering (PE) license recognized in the United States for engineers in automation and control. ISA offers training courses and review materials to help engineers prepare for the exams, which are offered by state boards in the US in October

ISA and NCEES recommended material for the CSE: Control Systems Engineering Exam Reference Manual: A Practical Study Guide, 3rd Edition. Which cover the material and the knowledge requirements of the NCEES exam specifications, to be able to pass the CSE examination.

Meet the author Bryon Lewis, PE of the book: Control Systems Engineering Exam Reference Manual: A Practical Study Guide, 3rd Edition.