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Certifications (Technology): CEH 312-50 Certified Ethical Hacker

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Certification Table of Contents

ECPI University students & alumni can use library resources and GetCertified™ to earn their EC-Council certification.

This table of contents is arranged to guide you through the exam preparation, approval, and registration process. 

General Exam Information

ECPI Library Study Materials:

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In 2023, EC-Council updated the CEH exam from version 11 (v11) to version 12 (v12).

General Information: Certified Ethical Hacker

Exam Information:   

  • Exam Vouchers: One
  • Voucher Fees for Undergraduate Students: $15 per exam ($30 for a retake voucher)
  • Voucher Fees for Alumni: $20 per exam ($40 for a retake voucher)
  • Number of questions: 125
  • Format: Multiple choice
  • Test Length: 4 hours
IMPORTANT NOTICE:  EC-Council has strict eligibility requirements.  ECPI University students or alumni must have completed CIS403 (Ethical Hacking) and CIS411 (Ethical Hacking II) using the required course materials. Students in the Accelerated Cybersecurity program must complete ACS400 (Ethical Hacking) using the required course materials.

EC-Council Resources:

Ebooks

GetCertified: Exam Prep and Approval

 

GetCertified is a certification study and voucher request platform that ECPI University students and alumni will use to prepare for this certification exam. 

Click here to begin using GetCertified exam prep

For more information on requesting access to GetCertified, see this FAQ:  How do I sign up for GetCertified?


When you’ve successfully completed the GetCertified exam prep, you will receive a digital badge* which you must redeem. You’ll then complete another online form through GetCertified.

Click here to request your voucher
*Need help obtaining your digital badge? Visit this Library FAQ for instructions.

Schedule Your Exam

Once you’ve requested your voucher, ECPI University staff will be in touch to assist with scheduling.  ECPI University students and alumni may test in one of three ways.

OPTION 1: Take your test on campus—if your campus has an available testing center. (To schedule an on-campus exam, please contact your campus for assistance.)
OPTION 2: Use your voucher code to schedule your exam at a nearby off-site Pearson VUE testing site.
OPTION 3: Use your voucher code to test at home using Pearson’s OnVUE testing platform (if applicable).

IMPORTANT notice for remote & off-site testers:  After you test, you need to let ECPI University staff know the result. Please respond to your voucher email or use the Ask a Librarian form to share your results.