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California EIT Certification Requirement

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Hi all,

I have passed the FE exam, and I am applying for the EIT certificate. I noticed that the minimum requirement to apply for EIT in CA is "Three or more years of postsecondary (college level) engineering education, OR Three or more years engineering-related work experience, OR A combination of the two that total three or more years."

My background is:

1. Bachelor of Arts, Major: Environmental Science, Minor: Pre-Engineering, 4 years

2. Master of Science in Civl and Environmental Engineering, 1.5 years

3. No engineering work experience

I was wondering if I am eligible to apply for the EIT certificate in CA? Thank you for your assistance!

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This is something the board will have to decide on based on their review of your transcripts. My guess is that you should have enough credits during your 4 year undergraduate program.  If you did not have adequate engineering classes as an undergraduate,  you would not have been accepted into an engineering masters program.

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On ‎3‎/‎2‎/‎2018 at 2:49 PM, Mengxi said:

Hi all,

I have passed the FE exam, and I am applying for the EIT certificate. I noticed that the minimum requirement to apply for EIT in CA is "Three or more years of postsecondary (college level) engineering education, OR Three or more years engineering-related work experience, OR A combination of the two that total three or more years."

My background is:

1. Bachelor of Arts, Major: Environmental Science, Minor: Pre-Engineering, 4 years

2. Master of Science in Civl and Environmental Engineering, 1.5 years

3. No engineering work experience

I was wondering if I am eligible to apply for the EIT certificate in CA? Thank you for your assistance!

I would recommend that you go ahead and submit an application for EIT to the California Board based on what you've described.

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