Well I do not totally agree with mbirdi. The BEng is more theoretical but the IET requirement for CEng is "an accredited Bachelor's degree with Honours in engineering or technology, plus either an accredited Master's degree, or appropriate further learning to Master's level".
Both BEng(Hons) and BSc(Hons) degree holders need an appropriate further learning or MSc degree to become a CEng. Although the BSc(Hons) is accredited for IEng, taking an accredited MSc course (which is at CEng level) should in my opinion satisfy the "technical knowledge and understanding" requirement. There is a different competency framework for both CEng and IEng, and satisfying or meeting the requirements of the respective framework is all that matters after crossing the technical knowledge hurdle.
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Tosin Ogunrinde BSc(Hons) MSc MIET
15 March 2011 at
01:24 AM by