Engineering degrees from universities outside the United States are accepted on a State by State basis. No foreign university is ABET accredited, therefore, it is up to the applicant to prove to the state board that their foreign degree is equivalent to a ABET accredited degree. Some states are more helpful than others, offering guidance for applicants on what outside organization to use to validate such foreign degrees (CPEES, ACCRAO) ; while others don’t offer any support at all. You can learn more about evaluating a foreign degree by contacting your state board or checking out the Engineering Credential Evaluation International (ECEI) at www.ecei.org.
If you attended and received a degree from a University in Canada accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board then some states accept this as equivalent to EAC/ABET accredited degrees. Check your specific state’s requirements early in the process of applying for the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam to ensure you fully understand what the application process will consist of.