(Information on this page is reference only. For official "FE/PE policies, rules and regulations, etc", please visit the NCEES or NCBELS websites listed below)
What is the FE Exam (formerly known as EIT exam)?
- The FE Exam is a Fundamentals of Engineering exam which tests individuals on the 'fundamental' of engineering concepts and topics which a student typically will learn while obtaining an undergraduate degree from a EAC/ABET accredited institution.
- For those who wish to pursue a Professional Engineering Licensure in the state of North Carolina, the FE Exam is the first of two exams in the process for licensure.
- The FE Exam is a standard computer based exam given in all 50 states at various Pearson Vue Testing Centers throughout the calendar year.
- It is recommended that all students take the FE Exam PRIOR or shortly after graduation.
How do I register for the FE Exam?
- To obtain FE Exam registration information visit www.pd.uncc.edu/fe-exam
Where can I learn more about the FE Exam?
The NCEES is the national organization who administers the exam. Visit www.ncees.org to learn more about the exam, registration process, reference material and calculator policies.
The North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors (NCBELS) is the state organization for North Carolina residents who wish to pursue a Professional Engineering Licensure. To contact the visit www.ncbels.org.
For more information: contact Linda Thurman: Smith 228, email@example.com, 704‑687‑5024.