Effective May 1, 2015, APEGA will not accept documents until an application is submitted and paid for. This includes, but is not limited to, transcripts and course descriptions. Any documentation received that is not connected to a paid, submitted application may be destroyed.

Please note:  This does not include documents required for your online application, such as citizenship papers or proof of English language competency.

If you are going to be practicing engineering and/or geoscience in Alberta, you will need a licence to do so. It is illegal to practice these professions or to call yourself an engineer or geoscientist if you are not licensed with The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA).

Under the Engineering and Geoscience Professions (EGP) Act Alberta, an Alberta government statute, APEGA ensures that only properly qualified engineers and geoscientists are allowed to practice, and that they do so according to professional standards and a Code of Ethics.

For complete and comprehensive information on applying for membership at APEGA, please refer to the Applicant Guide.

Determine Your Application Type

Members in Training

A Member-in-Training (M.I.T.) is an individual who has met the academic requirements for licensure and is working towards gaining the required experience for licensure as a P.Eng. or P.Geo. ... read more

Professional Member

A Professional Member is an individual who has met the academic and experience requirements for engineering or geoscience and is then registered as a P.Eng. or P.Geo. (or dual). ... read more

Professional Licensee

A Professional Licensee is an individual who is registered to practice engineering or geoscience within a Defined Scope of Practice. A Defined Scope of Practice is a written description of the individual’s specific area of professional practice. The scope defines the limitations within which a Professional Licensee is permitted to practice engineering or geoscience. ... read more