Cost: See website for fees
Applications for this test
are available through NCEES. Please visit their website:
For information on how to register for the EIT:
For any engineering college
senior who anticipates applying for registration as a Professional Engineer
(PE) sometime in the future, it is advisable to take the EIT exam (formerly
the Fundamentals for Engineering, or FE exam) at the earliest possible date.
All applicants for registration
as an Engineer-In-Training (EIT) in Georgia must pass a written
examination in the fundamentals of engineering before registration can be
granted by the Georgia Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and
Land Surveyors. The EIT registrants may, after a minimum of four (4) years of
professional work experience, apply for registration as a Professional
All states have similar requirements.
Graduates of an accredited
curriculum in engineering may apply in Georgia for registration as an EIT and
will be granted such registration upon passing the required examination. The
Georgia Board will permit currently enrolled engineering seniors who are
within two (2) semesters of graduation to take the exam. If they pass it and
submit proof to the Board that they have received an engineering degree, the
Board will grant registration (certification) as an EIT.
The application forms for the EIT
exam consist of two (2) parts. The first part is called "Application for
Certification as Engineer in Training." This form should be completed as
described in the instructions and submitted with a check or money order. NOTE:
A TRANSCRIPT IS REQUIRED BY THE STATE BOARD AND SHOULD BE SENT AFTER THE
STUDENT HAS RECEIVED AN ENGINEERING DEGREE.
The second part of the
application must be completed per the instructions and submitted with a
certified check or money order to AMP Examinations at the address on
the form. Information on the test site and an admission form will be mailed to
eligible applicants about two weeks before the exam.
For more information, please see
State Board Website
or the local chapter of the
Society of Professional Engineers.
The test is given at Georgia
Southern on the following dates:
(Georgia Southern is not offering the October 27, exam date. Students
will need to register for a different testing locations.
Saturday, April 13, 2013
(Georgia Southern is a closed testing site for students enrolled at Georgia
Southern University, Georgia Tech-Savannah Campus, Savannah State
University, and Armstrong Atlantic State University. All other
examinees must test at the site in Macon, GA.)
For additional information, please contact:
Georgia Southern University
PO Box 8132
Statesboro, GA 30460-8132
Cone Hall Room 2031
September 6, 2012
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