Certified in Engineering Graphics (CEG/CSEG)
The Certified in Engineering Graphics (CEG) program is designed to serve graduates of both 2-Year and 4-Year Programs. The exam is broad-based, and geared to individuals with a background in the expression of industrial design ideas through engineering graphics, including geometric construction, orthographic views, and standardized annotations. The exam is broad-based, geared to technical programs that result in either an associate (AS, AAS) degree or a baccalaureate (BS, BA) degree.
Certified Senior in Engineering Graphics (CSEG) is the higher-level "senior" status and is awarded to:
Continuing Education is Required for CSEG!
About the CEG Exam
The CEG Exam can be used for individual certification and for program assessment. The exam is an *open-book, 160-question, multiple choice examination designed for individuals with a background in the expression of industrial design ideas through
engineering graphics, including geometric construction, orthographic views, and standardized annotations. The questions fall into 16 main content areas, as detailed in the CEG Study Guide. (*Examinees are allowed to use printed reference materials (e.g., reference texts) during the exam. However, internet or software-based references are not allowed to be used during the exam. Oversight of this is the responsibility of the exam proctor.) Passage of the exam is determined by a cumulative score on the examination.
REGISTER FOR EXAMS:
Individuals: Click here to sign up for the exam as an individual (if you are taking the test as part of a class assessment, speak to your professor for log-in information). Exam fee is $25 per examinee.
Schedule a group of individual exams:
APPLY FOR YOUR CERTIFICATION (after passing the exam):
Professionals - Click here to apply for the CEG/CSEG Certification
Students - Click here to apply for the CEG/CSEG Certification
Please contact the ATMAE office with questions at ( 919) 635-8335; firstname.lastname@example.org