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In the United States, engineers are licensed at the state level by professional licensing boards. Engineering boards confer the P.E. license when licensure candidates meet a combination of requirements in education, experience, and exams. Before registering for an upcoming NCEES exam, review your unique approval and registration process by selecting your state, territory, or foreign entity from the map or drop-down list below.

Registration for the October 2022 pencil-and-paper PE Structural exams is closed. Registration for the computer-based FE and PE exams is open year-round. To learn about the format of your exam, select the exam type below.

Reasonable accommodations are available for examinees who meet certain eligibility criteria and sufficiently document their request.

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Alabama Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization
    The Alabama board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam. Examinees may register for their exams by creating a MyNCEES account.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    The Alabama Board does not require PE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam as long as the examinee:

        1. Has passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam and it is officially verified in their account AND

        2. Has a BS engineering degree that is EAC/ABET accredited or has written approval from the Alabama Board to register with NCEES for the exam.

    Before registering, examinees should visit the ABET website to ensure their BS engineering degree is from an EAC/ABET accredited program at their institution. Examinees without EAC/ABET accredited engineering degrees or prior written approval should contact the Alabama Board before registering with NCEES for the exam.

    To learn if your FE exam has been verified, look on the right side of your MyNCEES dashboard. There will be a link called Exam Verification. Review the Verified Exams section. If your FE has not been verified, click “Request Verification” at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed your exam.

    You must also acknowledge the following statement:

    "I am a graduate of an EAC/ABET accredited engineering program and have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam; or I have written approval from the Alabama Board to register for this exam. I acknowledge and understand that passing this exam does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Alabama Board may refuse to license me."

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    The Alabama Board does not require SE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES (see deadline below) and scheduling an exam as long as the examinee:

        1. Has passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam and it is officially verified in their account AND

        2. Has a BS engineering degree that is EAC/ABET accredited or has written approval from the Alabama Board to register with NCEES for the exam.

    October 20-21, 2022 EXAMS

    The deadline for registration for the October 2022 exam is at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Before registering, examinees should visit the ABET website to ensure their BS engineering degree is from an EAC/ABET accredited program at their institution. Examinees without EAC/ABET accredited engineering degrees or prior written approval should contact the Alabama board before registering with NCEES for the exam.

    To learn if your FE exam has been verified, look on the right side of your MyNCEES dashboard. There will be a link called Exam Verification. Review the Verified Exams section. If your FE has not been verified, click “Request Verification” at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed your exam.

    You must also acknowledge the following statement:

    "I am a graduate of an EAC/ABET accredited engineering program and have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam; or I have written approval from the Alabama Board to register for this exam. I acknowledge and understand that passing this exam does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Alabama Board may refuse to license me."

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Once you pass your exam, you will then apply directly to the Alabama Board to continue the licensure process and will submit any required application and documentation as required by the board.

    The Alabama board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam. Examinees may register for their exams by creating a MyNCEES account.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Alabama Board does not require PS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam as long as the examinee has passed the Fundamentals of Surveying exam and has a BS degree that is ABET-accredited or has written approval from the Alabama Board to register with NCEES for the exam.

    Before registering, examinees should visit the ABET website to ensure their BS degree is from an ABET-accredited program at their institution. Examinees without ABET accredited degrees or prior written approval should contact the Alabama Board before registering with NCEES for the exam.

    You must also acknowledge the following statement:

    "I am a graduate of an ABET accredited program and have passed the Fundamentals of Surveying exam; or I have written approval from the Alabama Board to register for this exam. I acknowledge and understand that passing this exam does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Alabama Board may refuse to license me."

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

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  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization
    The Alabama board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam. Examinees may register for their exams by creating a MyNCEES account.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    The Alabama Board does not require PE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES (deadlines below) and scheduling an exam as long as the examinee: 

        1. Has passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam and it is officially verified in their account AND

        2. Has a BS engineering degree that is EAC/ABET accredited or has written approval from the Alabama Board to register with NCEES for the exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline for registration for the October 2021 exam is at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Before registering, examinees should visit the ABET website to ensure their BS engineering degree is from an EAC/ABET accredited program at their institution. Examinees without EAC/ABET accredited engineering degrees or prior written approval should contact the Alabama Board before registering with NCEES for the exam.

    To learn if your FE exam has been verified, look on the right side of your MyNCEES dashboard. There will be a link called Exam Verification. Review the Verified Exams section. If your FE has not been verified, click “Request Verification” at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed your exam.

    You must also acknowledge the following statement:

    "I am a graduate of an EAC/ABET accredited engineering program and have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam; or I have written approval from the Alabama Board to register for this exam. I acknowledge and understand that passing this exam does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Alabama Board may refuse to license me."

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Once you pass your exam, you will then apply directly to the Alabama Board to continue the licensure process and will submit any required application and documentation as required by the board.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    The Alabama Board does not require SE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES (see deadline below) and scheduling an exam as long as the examinee:

        1. Has passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam and it is officially verified in their account AND

        2. Has a BS engineering degree that is EAC/ABET accredited or has written approval from the Alabama Board to register with NCEES for the exam.

    October 20-21, 2022 EXAMS

    The deadline for registration for the October 2022 exam is at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Before registering, examinees should visit the ABET website to ensure their BS engineering degree is from an EAC/ABET accredited program at their institution. Examinees without EAC/ABET accredited engineering degrees or prior written approval should contact the Alabama board before registering with NCEES for the exam.

    To learn if your FE exam has been verified, look on the right side of your MyNCEES dashboard. There will be a link called Exam Verification. Review the Verified Exams section. If your FE has not been verified, click “Request Verification” at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed your exam.

    You must also acknowledge the following statement:

    "I am a graduate of an EAC/ABET accredited engineering program and have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam; or I have written approval from the Alabama Board to register for this exam. I acknowledge and understand that passing this exam does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Alabama Board may refuse to license me."

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Once you pass your exam, you will then apply directly to the Alabama Board to continue the licensure process and will submit any required application and documentation as required by the board.

    The Alabama board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam. Examinees may register for their exams by creating a MyNCEES account.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Alabama Board does not require PS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam as long as the examinee has passed the Fundamentals of Surveying exam and has a BS degree that is ABET-accredited or has written approval from the Alabama Board to register with NCEES for the exam.

    Before registering, examinees should visit the ABET website to ensure their BS degree is from an ABET-accredited program at their institution. Examinees without ABET accredited degrees or prior written approval should contact the Alabama Board before registering with NCEES for the exam.

    You must also acknowledge the following statement:

    "I am a graduate of an ABET accredited program and have passed the Fundamentals of Surveying exam; or I have written approval from the Alabama Board to register for this exam. I acknowledge and understand that passing this exam does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Alabama Board may refuse to license me."

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

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  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Alabama State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Surveyors

Website: http://www.bels.alabama.gov
Contact: William "Rick" Huett
Email: rick.huett@bels.alabama.gov
Phone: (334) 242-5568
Fax: (334) 242-5105
Address:100 North Union Street, Suite 382
Montgomery, Alabama 36104-3762
United States

Members:
    John Averrett P.E.
    Nanette Baldwin
    Joseph Breighner P.L.S.
    Nathan Johnson P.E., P.L.S.
    James Pegues P.E.
    Gregory Robinson P.E.
    Donald Vaughn P.E.
    Elaine Walton
    Randall Whorton P.E.

Alaska Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    As of 5/25/2017, the Alaska board no longer requires examinees to submit an application or pay an application fee to the board to take the FE.

    Examinees may register directly with NCEES to sit the FE examination. You will be automatically approved if you are working toward or have completed an ABET/EAC accredited degree. No notice to the Alaska board is necessary.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.



    First-time examinees must first apply to the Alaska board for approval to sit for the exam. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process.

    • Repeat examinees—email aelsboard@alaska.gov for approval before registering

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Alaska board for approval to sit for the exam in Alaska. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process. Alaska’s posted deadlines are as follows:

    • First-time examinees—must apply to the board (contact board directly for details) for the April 2022 exams
    • Repeat examinees—email aelsboard@alaska.gov for approval

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (see deadlines below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    October 20-21, 2022 Exams

    The deadline to register for your exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    As of 5/25/2017, the Alaska board no longer requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board to take the FS.

    Examinees may register directly with NCEES to sit the FS examination. You will be automatically approved if you are working toward or have completed an ABET/EAC degree. No notice to the Alaska board is necessary.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    The Alaska board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board. Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


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  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    As of 5/25/2017, the Alaska board no longer requires examinees to submit an application or pay an application fee to the board to take the FE.

    Examinees may register directly with NCEES to sit the FE examination. You will be automatically approved if you are working toward or have completed an ABET/EAC accredited degree. No notice to the Alaska board is necessary.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.



    Examinees must first apply to the Alaska board for approval to sit for the exam in Alaska. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process. Alaska’s posted deadlines are as follows:

    • First-time examinees—must apply to the board (deadline July 12; contact board directly for details) for the October 2021 exams
    • Repeat examinees—email aelsboard@alaska.gov for approval

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (see deadlines below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register for your exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Alaska board for approval to sit for the exam in Alaska. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process. Alaska’s posted deadlines are as follows:

    • First-time examinees—must apply to the board (contact board directly for details) for the April 2022 exams
    • Repeat examinees—email aelsboard@alaska.gov for approval

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (see deadlines below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    October 20-21, 2022 Exams

    The deadline to register for your exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    As of 5/25/2017, the Alaska board no longer requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board to take the FS.

    Examinees may register directly with NCEES to sit the FS examination. You will be automatically approved if you are working toward or have completed an ABET/EAC degree. No notice to the Alaska board is necessary.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    The Alaska board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board. Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Alaska State Board of Registration for Architects, Engineers, and Land Surveyors

Website: https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/cbpl/ProfessionalLicensing/BoardofArchitectsEngineersandLandSurveyors.aspx
Contact: Sara Neal
Email: sara.neal@alaska.gov
Phone: (907) 465-2540
Fax: (907) 465-2974
Address:333 Willoughby, Ninth Floor, State Office Building
Juneau, Alaska 99811-0806
United States

Members:
    Robert Bell P.S.
    Brent Cole
    Catherine Fritz
    Jeffrey Garness P.E.
    Elizabeth Johnston P.E.
    Loren Leman P.E.
    Edward Leonetti
    Jake Maxwell P.S.
    Randall Rozier
    Sterling Strait P.E., S.E.
    Fred Wallis P.E.

APEGA Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization
    NCEES administers exams in Alberta under an agreement with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA). APEGA requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the association.

    Contact APEGA (technicalexams@apega.ca) for information about its approval process.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact APEGA directly for details.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    NCEES policy states examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    NCEES administers exams in Alberta under an agreement with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA).

    To sit for an exam in Alberta, contact APEGA (technicalexams@apega.ca) for information about its approval process (application deadline: August 25, 2021).

    After you have been approved by APEGA to sit for an exam, register online with NCEES (deadline: 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS
    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, and/or module cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    NCEES administers exams under an agreement with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA).

    After you have been approved by APEGA to sit for an exam, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, and/or module cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Arizona Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    ALL examinees who wish to take the FE Exam should not register with NCEES until they have applied to the Arizona Board of Technical Registration for exam authorization and receive approval. Once approved by the Board, examinees will receive a one-year authorization to take and pass the exam. Failure to do so within that time period will require another application and applicable fee for further exam authorization.

    Applicants for Arizona planning to take the exam who have graduated from an ABET-accredited program and submitted the transcript to NCEES, have passed the FE exam or had the FE exam requirement waived by the Board (and have the FE verified in their account), and who have at least 60 months of education/experience, may register directly with NCEES to take the examination. All other applicants must apply to the Arizona Board for authorization to take the examination.

    In order to qualify for authorization to sit the exam directly through NCEES, you will need to have your college transcript and verification of your FE submitted to NCEES prior to registration and must attest that you have met the 60 month education/experience requirement for the State of Arizona at the time of registration.

    You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If your FE exam has not been verified, you will need to submit a verification request to the board where you passed the FE exam. Please note that a verification response may take up to 30 days and plan accordingly.

    Read this PDF for detailed directions.

    Examinees who remain categorized as “pending board approval” in their My NCEES account after submitting a transcript and having their FE verified were not accepted for auto-approval by NCEES. The NCEES “pending” status means that you need to submit an application to take the examination directly to the Board for authorization to take the exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Applicants for Arizona planning to take the exam who have graduated from an ABET-accredited program and submitted the transcript to NCEES, have passed the FE exam or had the FE exam requirement waived by the Board (and have the FE verified in their account), and who have at least 60 months of education/experience, may register directly with NCEES to take the examination.

    All other applicants must apply to the Arizona Board for authorization to take the examination (application deadline: July 1, 2022).

    In order to qualify for authorization to sit the exam directly through NCEES, you will need to have your college transcript and verification of your FE submitted to NCEES prior to registration and must attest that you have met the 60 month education/experience requirement for the State of Arizona at the time of registration. Read this PDF for detailed directions.

    You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If your FE exam has not been verified, you will need to submit a verification request to the board where you took and passed the FE exam. Please note that a verification response may take up to 30 days and plan accordingly.

    After you have confirmed verification of your FE and your transcript, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Examinees who remain categorized as “pending board approval” in their My NCEES account after submitting a transcript and having their FE verified were not accepted for auto-approval by NCEES. The NCEES “pending” status means that you need to submit an application to take the examination directly to the Board for authorization to take the exam.

    The Arizona Board requires all examinees who wish to take the FS exam to submit an application with applicable fee to the Board prior to registering with NCEES. Once approved by the Board, examinees will receive a one-year authorization to take and pass the exam. Failure to do so within that time period will require another application and applicable fee for further exam authorization.

    Applicants seeking to take the PS examination who have graduated from an ANSAC-accredited curriculum, have passed the FS exam or had the FS exam requirement waived by the Board, and who have at least 60 months of education/experience may register directly with NCEES to take the examination. All other applicants must apply to the Board for authorization to take the examination.

    In order to qualify for authorization to take the exam directly through NCEES, you will need to have your college transcript and verification of your FS submitted to NCEES prior to registration, and must attest that you have met the 60 month education/experience requirement for the State of Arizona at the time of registration.

    You can check to see if your FS exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If your FS exam has not been verified, you will need to submit a verification request to the state board where you took and passed the FS exam. Please note that a verification response may take up to 30 days and plan accordingly.

    Read this PDF for detailed directions.

    Examinees who remain categorized as “pending board approval” in their My NCEES account were not accepted for auto-approval by NCEES. The NCEES “pending” status means that you need to submit an application to take the examination directly to the Board for authorization to take the PS Exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    ALL examinees who wish to take the FE Exam should not register with NCEES until they have applied to the Arizona Board of Technical Registration for exam authorization and receive approval. Once approved by the Board, examinees will receive a one-year authorization to take and pass the exam. Failure to do so within that time period will require another application and applicable fee for further exam authorization.

    Applicants for Arizona planning to take the exam who have graduated from an ABET-accredited program and submitted the transcript to NCEES, have passed the FE exam or had the FE exam requirement waived by the Board (and have the FE verified in their account), and who have at least 60 months of education/experience, may register directly with NCEES to take the examination. 

    All other applicants must apply to the Arizona Board for authorization to take the examination (application deadline: July 16, 2021).

    In order to qualify for authorization to sit the exam directly through NCEES, you will need to have your college transcript and verification of your FE submitted to NCEES prior to registration and must attest that you have met the 60 month education/experience requirement for the State of Arizona at the time of registration. Read this PDF for detailed directions.

    You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If your FE exam has not been verified, you will need to submit a verification request to the board where you took and passed the FE exam. Please note that a verification response may take up to 30 days and plan accordingly.

    After you have confirmed verification of your FE and your transcript, register online with NCEES (see deadline below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Examinees who remain categorized as “pending board approval” in their My NCEES account after submitting a transcript and having their FE verified were not accepted for auto-approval by NCEES. The NCEES “pending” status means that you need to submit an application to take the examination directly to the Board for authorization to take the exam.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Applicants for Arizona planning to take the exam who have graduated from an ABET-accredited program and submitted the transcript to NCEES, have passed the FE exam or had the FE exam requirement waived by the Board (and have the FE verified in their account), and who have at least 60 months of education/experience, may register directly with NCEES to take the examination.

    All other applicants must apply to the Arizona Board for authorization to take the examination (application deadline: July 1, 2022).

    In order to qualify for authorization to sit the exam directly through NCEES, you will need to have your college transcript and verification of your FE submitted to NCEES prior to registration and must attest that you have met the 60 month education/experience requirement for the State of Arizona at the time of registration. Read this PDF for detailed directions.

    You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If your FE exam has not been verified, you will need to submit a verification request to the board where you took and passed the FE exam. Please note that a verification response may take up to 30 days and plan accordingly.

    After you have confirmed verification of your FE and your transcript, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Examinees who remain categorized as “pending board approval” in their My NCEES account after submitting a transcript and having their FE verified were not accepted for auto-approval by NCEES. The NCEES “pending” status means that you need to submit an application to take the examination directly to the Board for authorization to take the exam.

    The Arizona Board requires all examinees who wish to take the FS exam to submit an application with applicable fee to the Board prior to registering with NCEES. Once approved by the Board, examinees will receive a one-year authorization to take and pass the exam. Failure to do so within that time period will require another application and applicable fee for further exam authorization.

    Applicants seeking to take the PS examination who have graduated from an ANSAC-accredited curriculum, have passed the FS exam or had the FS exam requirement waived by the Board, and who have at least 60 months of education/experience may register directly with NCEES to take the examination. All other applicants must apply to the Board for authorization to take the examination.

    In order to qualify for authorization to take the exam directly through NCEES, you will need to have your college transcript and verification of your FS submitted to NCEES prior to registration, and must attest that you have met the 60 month education/experience requirement for the State of Arizona at the time of registration.

    You can check to see if your FS exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If your FS exam has not been verified, you will need to submit a verification request to the state board where you took and passed the FS exam. Please note that a verification response may take up to 30 days and plan accordingly.

    Read this PDF for detailed directions.

    Examinees who remain categorized as “pending board approval” in their My NCEES account were not accepted for auto-approval by NCEES. The NCEES “pending” status means that you need to submit an application to take the examination directly to the Board for authorization to take the PS Exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Arizona State Board of Technical Registration

Website: https://btr.az.gov/
Contact: Judith Stapley
Email: licensing@azbtr.gov
Phone: (602) 364-4930
Fax: (602) 364-4931
Address:1110 West Washington Street, Suite 240
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
United States

Members:
    Clinton Campbell Ph.D.
    Jack Gilmore
    Jennifer Hobik
    Michael Kolejka
    Kileen Lindgren
    Scott Sayles P.E.
    Stacy Skankey
    Kent Wilson

Arkansas Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Arkansas board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Arkansas Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Professional Surveyors ("Board") no longer requires examinees to submit a completed application for licensure with the Board prior to registering and/or scheduling to take the NCEES PE exams. However, applicants for licensure must attest to the following, if the examination is a pathway to licensure:

    • I meet the education qualifications for the ABLPE&PS

    and

    • I passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering and it is verified in my NCEES account.

    Please visit the ABLPE&PS website for all the qualifications for licensure including education, exams, experience and enforcement at https://www.pels.arkansas.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/PELS-Rules-final-clean.pdf in Rules of the Board Article 8. General Requirements for Licensure. Once you have passed the exam and meet the qualifications for licensure, please visit the Board's website at https://www.pels.arkansas.gov/ for the online application. 

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.



    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    The Arkansas Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Professional Surveyors ("Board") no longer requires examinees to submit a completed application for licensure with the Board prior to registering and/or scheduling to take the NCEES PE exams. However, applicants for licensure must attest to the following, if the examination is a pathway to licensure:

    • I meet the education qualifications for the ABLPE&PS

    and

    • I passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering and it is verified in my NCEES account

    Please visit the ABLPE&PS website for all the qualifications for licensure including education, exams, experience and enforcement at https://www.pels.arkansas.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/PELS-Rules-final-clean.pdf in Rules of the Board Article 8. General Requirements for Licensure. Once you have passed the exam and meet the qualifications for licensure, please visit the Board's website at https://www.pels.arkansas.gov/ for the online application.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Arkansas board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Arkansas Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Professional Surveyors ("Board") no longer requires examinees to submit a completed application for licensure with the Board prior to registering and/or scheduling to take the NCEES PS exams. However, applicants for licensure must attest to the following, if the examination is a pathway to licensure:

    • I meet the education qualifications for the ABLPE&PS

    and

    • I passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Surveying and it is verified in my NCEES account.

    Please visit the ABLPE&PS website for all the qualifications for licensure including education, exams, experience and enforcement at https://www.pels.arkansas.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/PELS-Rules-final-clean.pdf in Rules of the Board Article 8. General Requirements for Licensure. Once you have passed the exam and meet the qualifications for licensure, please visit the Board's website at https://www.pels.arkansas.gov/ for the online application. 

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.



    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Arkansas board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Arkansas Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Professional Surveyors ("Board") no longer requires examinees to submit a completed application for licensure with the Board prior to registering and/or scheduling to take the NCEES PE exams. However, applicants for licensure must attest to the following, if the examination is a pathway to licensure:

    • I meet the education qualifications for the ABLPE&PS

    and

    • I passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering and it is verified in my NCEES account.

    Please visit the ABLPE&PS website for all the qualifications for licensure including education, exams, experience and enforcement at https://www.pels.arkansas.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/PELS-Rules-final-clean.pdf in Rules of the Board Article 8. General Requirements for Licensure. Once you have passed the exam and meet the qualifications for licensure, please visit the Board's website at https://www.pels.arkansas.gov/ for the online application.

    The deadline to register with NCEES for the October 2021 exam is at 3:00 pm eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.



    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    The Arkansas Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Professional Surveyors ("Board") no longer requires examinees to submit a completed application for licensure with the Board prior to registering and/or scheduling to take the NCEES PE exams. However, applicants for licensure must attest to the following, if the examination is a pathway to licensure:

    • I meet the education qualifications for the ABLPE&PS

    and

    • I passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering and it is verified in my NCEES account

    Please visit the ABLPE&PS website for all the qualifications for licensure including education, exams, experience and enforcement at https://www.pels.arkansas.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/PELS-Rules-final-clean.pdf in Rules of the Board Article 8. General Requirements for Licensure. Once you have passed the exam and meet the qualifications for licensure, please visit the Board's website at https://www.pels.arkansas.gov/ for the online application.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Arkansas board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Arkansas Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Professional Surveyors ("Board") no longer requires examinees to submit a completed application for licensure with the Board prior to registering and/or scheduling to take the NCEES PS exams. However, applicants for licensure must attest to the following, if the examination is a pathway to licensure:

    • I meet the education qualifications for the ABLPE&PS

    and

    • I passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Surveying and it is verified in my NCEES account.

    Please visit the ABLPE&PS website for all the qualifications for licensure including education, exams, experience and enforcement at https://www.pels.arkansas.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/PELS-Rules-final-clean.pdf in Rules of the Board Article 8. General Requirements for Licensure. Once you have passed the exam and meet the qualifications for licensure, please visit the Board's website at https://www.pels.arkansas.gov/ for the online application. 

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.



    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Arkansas Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers & Professional Surveyors

Website: http://www.pels.arkansas.gov
Contact: Heather Richardson
Email: pelsboard@arkansas.gov
Phone: (501) 682-2824
Fax: (501) 682-2827
Address:623 Woodlane Drive
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
United States

Members:
    David "Dave" Beasley Ph.D., P.E.
    Murry Cline P.E.
    Ivan Hoffman Jr P.S.
    Brian Moore P.E.
    Donald Perry
    Kyle Salyer P.E., P.S.
    Thomas Scott
    Lorie Tudor P.E.
    Rodney Williams Ph.D., P.E., P.S.

EGBC Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    NCEES administers exams in British Columbia under an agreement with the Engineers and Geoscientists BC. EGBC requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the association.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact EGBC directly for details.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.



    EGBC does not currently offer the NCEES PE exams.

    EGBC does not currently offer the NCEES SE exams.

    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    NCEES administers exams in British Columbia under an agreement with the Engineers and Geoscientists BC. EGBC requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the association.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact EGBC directly for details.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.



    EGBC does not currently offer the NCEES PE exams.

    EGBC does not currently offer the NCEES SE exams.

    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

California Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The California board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    After passing the exam, examinees may apply directly to the California board to obtain certification as an engineer-in-training (EIT).


    The process for approval to take the professional engineering exams has changed recently for California examinees; review the information here before registering:

    http://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/new_process_flowchart.pdf

    In order to expedite your approval, ensure that your Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam is verified in your MyNCEES account before registering.

    To learn if your FE exam has been verified, look on the right side of your MyNCEES dashboard. There will be a link called Exam Verification. Review the Verified Exams section. If your FE exam has not been verified, click “Request Verification” at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed your exam.

    Application to the California board is not required prior to examination for NCEES exams (except for Structural Engineer or those requesting to waive the Fundamental of Engineering exam). Visit https://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/index.shtml for licensure application instructions once you have passed the exam.

    Your exam type and discipline cannot be changed after registering.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Once you pass the NCEES examination, complete and submit the Board Notification Form.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    All Structural Engineer candidates for licensure in California are required to submit an application and an application fee to the California board postmarked on or before the final filing dates found at http://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/exam_schedule.shtml.

    First-time candidates

    1. Submit application and application fee to the California board postmarked by the final filing date posted on the Board’s website at http://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/exam_schedule.shtml.
    2. Upon approval by the California board, register with NCEES for the national exam(s) prior to NCEES’s registration deadline (see deadline below). Your exam type, discipline, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Repeat candidates

    1. There is no need to submit a refile form with the California Board. To retake the Structural Engineering exam, register with and pay NCEES for the national exam(s) when the NCEES registration is open (see deadline below).
    2. Once you have passed the necessary Structural Engineering examinations, submit the Notice of Successful National Examination form found on the California Board's website at http://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/board_notification_form.pdf.

    October 20-21, 2022  EXAMS

    The deadline for registration for the October 2022 exam is at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    NCEES registration guidelines
    Registering with NCEES reserves your seat and exam book, but it does not constitute an application to the California board. NCEES does not approve applications for candidates to sit for exams.

    If you register on the NCEES website for a national examination and fail to submit an application to the California board by the above deadlines, your exam(s) will be canceled and you will not be allowed to sit for the exam in accordance with the NCEES cancellation policy.

    Select your site and exam discipline carefully when you register. The California board will approve exam registration on the NCEES system as registrations are received and processed.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    The California board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The process for approval to take the professional surveying exams has changed recently for California examinees; review the information here before registering:

    http://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/new_process_flowchart.pdf

    In order to expedite your approval for this exam, ensure that your Fundamentals of Surveying (FS) exam is verified in your MyNCEES account before registering.

    To learn if your FS exam has been verified, look on the right side of your MyNCEES dashboard. There will be a link called Exam Verification. Review the Verified Exams section. If your FS has not been verified, click “Request Verification” at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed your exam.

    Application to the California board is not required prior to examination. Visit https://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/index.shtml for licensure application instructions once you have passed the exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The California board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    After passing the exam, examinees may apply directly to the California board to obtain certification as an engineer-in-training (EIT).


    The process for approval to take the Professional Engineering exams has changed recently for California examinees; review the information here before registering:

    http://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/new_process_flowchart.pdf

    In order to expedite your approval, ensure that your Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam is verified in your MyNCEES account before registering.

    To learn if your FE exam has been verified, look on the right side of your MyNCEES dashboard. There will be a link called Exam Verification. Review the Verified Exams section. If your FE exam has not been verified, click “Request Verification” at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed your exam.

    Application to the California board is not required prior to examination for NCEES exams (except for Structural Engineer or those requesting to waive the Fundamental of Engineering exam). Visit https://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/index.shtml for licensure application instructions once you have passed the exam.

    All candidates wishing to register for the exams will need to do so prior to NCEES’s registration deadline (see deadline below).

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Once you pass the NCEES examination, complete and submit the Board Notification Form.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    All Structural Engineer candidates for licensure in California are required to submit an application and an application fee to the California board postmarked on or before the final filing dates found at http://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/exam_schedule.shtml.

    First-time candidates

    1. Submit application and application fee to the California board postmarked by the final filing date posted on the Board’s website at http://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/exam_schedule.shtml.
    2. Upon approval by the California board, register with NCEES for the national exam(s) prior to NCEES’s registration deadline (see deadline below). Your exam type, discipline, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Repeat candidates

    1. There is no need to submit a refile form with the California Board. To retake the Structural Engineering exam, register with and pay NCEES for the national exam(s) when the NCEES registration is open (see deadline below).
    2. Once you have passed the necessary Structural Engineering examinations, submit the Notice of Successful National Examination form found on the California Board's website at http://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/board_notification_form.pdf.

    October 20-21, 2022  EXAMS

    The deadline for registration for the October 2022 exam is at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    NCEES registration guidelines
    Registering with NCEES reserves your seat and exam book, but it does not constitute an application to the California board. NCEES does not approve applications for candidates to sit for exams.

    If you register on the NCEES website for a national examination and fail to submit an application to the California board by the above deadlines, your exam(s) will be canceled and you will not be allowed to sit for the exam in accordance with the NCEES cancellation policy.

    Select your site and exam discipline carefully when you register. The California board will approve exam registration on the NCEES system as registrations are received and processed.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    The California board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The process for approval to take the professional surveying exams has changed recently for California examinees; review the information here before registering:

    http://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/new_process_flowchart.pdf

    In order to expedite your approval for this exam, ensure that your Fundamentals of Surveying (FS) exam is verified in your MyNCEES account before registering.

    To learn if your FS exam has been verified, look on the right side of your MyNCEES dashboard. There will be a link called Exam Verification. Review the Verified Exams section. If your FS has not been verified, click “Request Verification” at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed your exam.

    Application to the California board is not required prior to examination. Visit https://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/index.shtml for licensure application instructions once you have passed the exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


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  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

California Board for Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, and Geologists

Website: http://www.bpelsg.ca.gov
Contact: Richard "Ric" Moore P.L.S.
Email: http://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/about_us/contact.shtml
Phone: (866) 780-5370
Fax: (916) 263-2221
Address:2535 Capitol Oaks Drive, Suite 300
Sacramento, California 95833-2944
United States

Members:
    Fel Amistad
    Alireza Asgari Ph.D., P.E., S.E.
    Rossana D'Antonio P.E.
    Duane Friel
    Michael Hartley P.L.S.
    Kathy Irish
    Coby King
    Elizabeth "Betsy" Mathieson
    Paul Novak
    Mohammad "Dr. Q" Qureshi Ph.D., P.E.
    Frank Ruffino
    Wilfredo Sanchez
    Christina Wong

Colorado Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    By scheduling and taking the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) examination, you attest under penalty of perjury as defined in §18-8-503, Colorado Revised Statute (C.R.S), that you have obtained the prerequisite education and/or experience necessary PRIOR to taking the examination pursuant to section 12-120-211, C.R.S., and sections 1.4 (A) through (H) of the Colorado Board Rules located at the Colorado Board’s Laws, Rules, and Policies webpage.

     

    This includes but is not limited to understanding the requirements and credit awarded specific to Colorado statute and rule for: Advanced Degrees; Recent Experience; and, Foreign Experience.

     

    Falsifying this information is a violation of section 12-120-206 (1)(a), C.R.S. and may result in the denial of your application for enrollment in Colorado.

     

    If you do not know if you qualify to take the examination you must STOP NOW and review the  Colorado requirements for enrollment as an Engineer Intern.

     

    After passing the FE examination to apply for enrollment as a Colorado Engineer Intern, visit the Colorado Online Services, create an account, and follow the prompts to complete the EI application. 

     

    Although the Colorado Board does not provide pre-review of applications, you may contact the Colorado Office of Licensing at dora_dpo_licensing@state.co.us  or 303-894-7800 for other questions.


    By scheduling and taking the Principles and Practices of Engineering (PE) examination, you attest under penalty of perjury as defined in §18-8-503, Colorado Revised Statute (C.R.S), that you have obtained the prerequisite education and/or experience and Colorado Engineer Intern enrollment necessary PRIOR to taking the examination(s), pursuant to section 12-120-213, C.R.S., sections1.4 (A) through (H) of the Colorado Board Rules located at the Colorado Board’s Laws, Rules, and Policies webpage.

     

    This includes but is not limited to understanding the requirements and credit awarded specific to Colorado statute and rule for: Advanced Degrees; Recent Experience; and, Foreign Experience.

     

    Those qualifying with 20 years of experience pursuant to section 12-120-213(2)(b)(IV), C.R.S. requires additional approval through the Colorado Board Office of Licensing after scheduling your examination through NCEES at dora_dpo_licensing@state.co.us.

     

    Falsifying this information is a violation of section 12-120-206 (1)(a), C.R.S. and may result in the denial of your application for licensure in Colorado.


    To be automatically approved within this registration system, you must have passed the FE exam (or requested and qualified for a waiver) and have that information available in your account as follows:

    • If you took the FE exam from October 2010 through the present, your passing results will show in your exam history. You will be automatically approved. 
    • If you took the FE exam prior to October 2010, you must request for your FE exam to be verified in your account. To accomplish this, look on the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to Exam Verification. Click on Request Verification at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request to your state board where you took and passed the exam. Keep in mind that some state boards require ample time to process the verification, and plan accordingly.
    • If you are waiving the FE exam, you must first apply for the waiver with the Colorado board. Once approved for the waiver, request FE verification through your account and it will be entered as such, and you will then be approved for the exam.

     

    If you do not know if you qualify to take the PE examination you must STOP NOW and review the Colorado requirements for licensure as a Professional Engineer.

     

    After passing the PE examination, return to your NCEES record and follow the prompts to submit your education and experience information. NCEES will review and evaluate your engineering experience to ensure it is progressive engineering. NCEES does not approve you for Colorado licensure.

     

    It is your responsibility to obtain enough qualifying education and

    progressive engineering experience to qualify for licensure in Colorado.

     

    Once you have verified enough education and progressive engineering experience required by Colorado statute and rule, you will apply for licensure in Colorado by creating an account within the Colorado Online Services website, and follow the prompts to complete the application for licensure as a Professional Engineer.

    You will also need to make a request to NCEES to transmit your NCEES Record to Colorado to complete your application.

     

    If you do not have enough education or experience when you apply with the Colorado Board, you will be referred back to NCEES to submit additional experience for NCEES review.

     

    Although the Colorado Board does not provide pre-review of applications, you may contact the Colorado Office of Licensing at dora_dpo_licensing@state.co.us  or 303-894-7800 for other questions.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    By scheduling and taking the Principles and Practices of Engineering (PE) examination, you attest under penalty of perjury as defined in §18-8-503, Colorado Revised Statute (C.R.S), that you have obtained the prerequisite education and/or experience and Colorado Engineer Intern enrollment necessary PRIOR to taking the examination(s), pursuant to section 12-120-213, C.R.S., sections1.4 (A) through (H) of the Colorado Board Rules located at the Colorado Board’s Laws, Rules, and Policies webpage.

    This includes but is not limited to understanding the requirements and credit awarded specific to Colorado statute and rule for: Advanced Degrees; Recent Experience; and, Foreign Experience.

    Those qualifying with 20 years of experience pursuant to section 12-120-213(2)(b)(IV), C.R.S. requires additional approval through the Colorado Board Office of Licensing after scheduling your examination through NCEES at dora_dpo_licensing@state.co.us.

    Falsifying this information is a violation of section 12-120-206 (1)(a), C.R.S. and may result in the denial of your application for licensure in Colorado.

    To be automatically approved within this registration system, you must have passed the FE exam (or requested and qualified for a waiver) and have that information verified and available in your account as follows:

    • If you took the FE exam from October 2010 through the present, your passing results will show in your exam history. You will be automatically approved.
    • If you took the FE exam prior to October 2010, you must request for your FE exam to be verified in your account. To accomplish this, look on the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to Exam Verification. Click on Request Verification at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request to your state board where you took and passed the exam. Keep in mind that some state boards require ample time to process the verification, and plan accordingly.
    • If you are waiving the FE exam, you must first apply for the waiver with the Colorado board. Once approved for the waiver, request FE verification through your account and it will be entered as such, and you will then be approved for the exam

    If you do not know if you qualify to take the PE examination you must STOP NOW and review the Colorado requirements for licensure as a Professional Engineer.

    After passing the PE examination, return to your NCEES record and follow the prompts to submit your education and experience information. NCEES will review and evaluate your engineering experience to ensure it is progressive engineering. NCEES does not approve you for Colorado licensure.

    It is your responsibility to obtain enough qualifying education and progressive engineering experience to qualify for licensure in Colorado.

    Once you have verified enough education and progressive engineering experience required by Colorado statute and rule, you will apply for licensure in Colorado by creating an account within the Colorado Online Services website, and follow the prompts to complete the application for licensure as a Professional Engineer.

    You will also need to make a request to NCEES to transmit your NCEES Record to Colorado to complete your application.

    If you do not have enough education or experience when you apply with the Colorado Board, you will be referred back to NCEES to submit additional experience for NCEES review.

    Although the Colorado Board does not provide pre-review of applications, you may contact the Colorado Office of Licensing at dora_dpo_licensing@state.co.us or 303-894-7800 for other questions.

    Register online with NCEES (see deadline below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    October 20-21, 2022 Exams

    The deadline for registration for the October 2022 exam is at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.


    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    By scheduling and taking the Fundamentals of Surveying (FS) examination, you attest under penalty of perjury as defined in §18-8-503, Colorado Revised Statute (C.R.S), that you have obtained the prerequisite education and/or experience necessary PRIOR to taking the examination pursuant to section 12-120-410, C.R.S., sections 1.4 (A) through (H) of the Colorado Board Rules located at the Colorado Board’s Laws, Rules, and Policies webpage

     

    This includes but is not limited to understanding the requirements and credit awarded specific to Colorado statute and rule for: Recent Experience; Foreign Experience; and, Experience obtained under a licensed land surveyor.

     

    Falsifying this information is also a violation of section 12-120-306 (1)(a), C.R.S. and may result in the denial of your application for enrollment in Colorado.

     

    If you do not know if you qualify to take the examination you must STOP NOW and review the  Colorado requirements for enrollment as a Land Surveyor Intern.

     

    After passing the FS examination to apply for enrollment as a Colorado Land Surveyor Intern, visit the Colorado Online Services, create an account, and follow the prompts to complete the LSI application. 

     

    Although the Colorado Board does not provide pre-review of applications, you may contact the Colorado Office of Licensing at dora_dpo_licensing@state.co.us  or 303-894-7800 for other questions. 


    By scheduling and taking the Principles and Practices of Surveying (PS) examination, you attest under penalty of perjury as defined in §18-8-503, Colorado Revised Statute (C.R.S), that you have obtained the prerequisite education and/or experience and Colorado Land Surveyor Intern enrollment necessary PRIOR to taking the examination, pursuant to section 12-120-313, C.R.S., sections 1.4 (A) through (H) of the Colorado Board Rules located at the Colorado Board’s Laws, Rules, and Policies webpage.

     

    This includes but is not limited to understanding the requirements and credit awarded specific to Colorado statute and rule for: Recent Experience; Foreign Experience; and, Experience obtained under a licensed land surveyor.

     

    Falsifying this information is a violation of section 12-120-306 (1)(a), C.R.S. and may result in the denial of your application for licensure in Colorado.

     

    If you do not know if you qualify to take the examination you must STOP NOW and review the  Colorado requirements for licensure as a Professional Land Surveyor.

     

    After passing the PS examination administered by NCEES, return to your NCEES record and follow the prompts to submit your education and experience information. NCEES will review and evaluate your land surveying experience to ensure it is progressive land surveying. NCEES does not approve you for Colorado licensure.

    It is your responsibility to obtain enough qualifying education and

    progressive land surveying experience to qualify for licensure in Colorado.

     

    Once you have successfully verified enough education and progressive land surveying experience required by Colorado statute and rule, you will apply for licensure in Colorado by creating an account within the Colorado Online Services website, and follow the prompts to complete the application for licensure as a Professional Land Surveyor, and you will be approved to take the Colorado State Specific Examination.

    You will also need to make a request to NCEES to transmit your NCEES Record to Colorado to complete your application.

     

    If you do not have enough education or experience when you apply with the Colorado Board, you will be referred back to NCEES to submit additional experience for NCEES review.

     

    Although the Colorado Board does not provide pre-review of applications, you may contact the Colorado Office of Licensing at dora_dpo_licensing@state.co.us  or 303-894-7800 for other questions

     


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    By scheduling and taking the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) examination, you attest under penalty of perjury as defined in §18-8-503, Colorado Revised Statute (C.R.S), that you have obtained the prerequisite education and/or experience necessary PRIOR to taking the examination pursuant to section 12-120-211, C.R.S., and sections 1.4 (A) through (H) of the Colorado Board Rules located at the Colorado Board’s Laws, Rules, and Policies webpage.

     

    This includes but is not limited to understanding the requirements and credit awarded specific to Colorado statute and rule for: Advanced Degrees; Recent Experience; and, Foreign Experience.

     

    Falsifying this information is a violation of section 12-120-206 (1)(a), C.R.S. and may result in the denial of your application for enrollment in Colorado.

     

    If you do not know if you qualify to take the examination you must STOP NOW and review the  Colorado requirements for enrollment as an Engineer Intern.

     

    After passing the FE examination to apply for enrollment as a Colorado Engineer Intern, visit the Colorado Online Services, create an account, and follow the prompts to complete the EI application. 

     

    Although the Colorado Board does not provide pre-review of applications, you may contact the Colorado Office of Licensing at dora_dpo_licensing@state.co.us  or 303-894-7800 for other questions.


    By scheduling and taking the Principles and Practices of Engineering (PE) examination, you attest under penalty of perjury as defined in §18-8-503, Colorado Revised Statute (C.R.S), that you have obtained the prerequisite education and/or experience and Colorado Engineer Intern enrollment necessary PRIOR to taking the examination(s), pursuant to section 12-120-213, C.R.S., sections1.4 (A) through (H) of the Colorado Board Rules located at the Colorado Board’s Laws, Rules, and Policies webpage

    This includes but is not limited to understanding the requirements and credit awarded specific to Colorado statute and rule for: Advanced Degrees; Recent Experience; and, Foreign Experience.

    Those qualifying with 20 years of experience pursuant to section 12-120-213(2)(b)(IV), C.R.S. requires additional approval through the Colorado Board Office of Licensing after scheduling your examination through NCEES at dora_dpo_licensing@state.co.us.

    Falsifying this information is a violation of section 12-120-206 (1)(a), C.R.S. and may result in the denial of your application for licensure in Colorado.

    To be automatically approved within this registration system, you must have passed the FE exam (or requested and qualified for a waiver) and have that information verified and available in your account as follows:

    • If you took the FE exam from October 2010 through the present, your passing results will show in your exam history. You will be automatically approved.
    • If you took the FE exam prior to October 2010, you must request for your FE exam to be verified in your account. To accomplish this, look on the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to Exam Verification. Click on Request Verification at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request to your state board where you took and passed the exam. Keep in mind that some state boards require ample time to process the verification, and plan accordingly.
    • If you are waiving the FE exam, you must first apply for the waiver with the Colorado board. Once approved for the waiver, request FE verification through your account and it will be entered as such, and you will then be approved for the exam

    If you do not know if you qualify to take the PE examination you must STOP NOW and review the Colorado requirements for licensure as a Professional Engineer.

    After passing the PE examination, return to your NCEES record and follow the prompts to submit your education and experience information. NCEES will review and evaluate your engineering experience to ensure it is progressive engineering. NCEES does not approve you for Colorado licensure.

    It is your responsibility to obtain enough qualifying education and progressive engineering experience to qualify for licensure in Colorado.

    Once you have verified enough education and progressive engineering experience required by Colorado statute and rule, you will apply for licensure in Colorado by creating an account within the Colorado Online Services website, and follow the prompts to complete the application for licensure as a Professional Engineer.

    You will also need to make a request to NCEES to transmit your NCEES Record to Colorado to complete your application.

    If you do not have enough education or experience when you apply with the Colorado Board, you will be referred back to NCEES to submit additional experience for NCEES review.

    Although the Colorado Board does not provide pre-review of applications, you may contact the Colorado Office of Licensing at dora_dpo_licensing@state.co.us or 303-894-7800 for other questions.

    Register online with NCEES (see deadline below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline for registration for the October 2021 exam is at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.


    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    By scheduling and taking the Principles and Practices of Engineering (PE) examination, you attest under penalty of perjury as defined in §18-8-503, Colorado Revised Statute (C.R.S), that you have obtained the prerequisite education and/or experience and Colorado Engineer Intern enrollment necessary PRIOR to taking the examination(s), pursuant to section 12-120-213, C.R.S., sections1.4 (A) through (H) of the Colorado Board Rules located at the Colorado Board’s Laws, Rules, and Policies webpage.

    This includes but is not limited to understanding the requirements and credit awarded specific to Colorado statute and rule for: Advanced Degrees; Recent Experience; and, Foreign Experience.

    Those qualifying with 20 years of experience pursuant to section 12-120-213(2)(b)(IV), C.R.S. requires additional approval through the Colorado Board Office of Licensing after scheduling your examination through NCEES at dora_dpo_licensing@state.co.us.

    Falsifying this information is a violation of section 12-120-206 (1)(a), C.R.S. and may result in the denial of your application for licensure in Colorado.

    To be automatically approved within this registration system, you must have passed the FE exam (or requested and qualified for a waiver) and have that information verified and available in your account as follows:

    • If you took the FE exam from October 2010 through the present, your passing results will show in your exam history. You will be automatically approved.
    • If you took the FE exam prior to October 2010, you must request for your FE exam to be verified in your account. To accomplish this, look on the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to Exam Verification. Click on Request Verification at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request to your state board where you took and passed the exam. Keep in mind that some state boards require ample time to process the verification, and plan accordingly.
    • If you are waiving the FE exam, you must first apply for the waiver with the Colorado board. Once approved for the waiver, request FE verification through your account and it will be entered as such, and you will then be approved for the exam

    If you do not know if you qualify to take the PE examination you must STOP NOW and review the Colorado requirements for licensure as a Professional Engineer.

    After passing the PE examination, return to your NCEES record and follow the prompts to submit your education and experience information. NCEES will review and evaluate your engineering experience to ensure it is progressive engineering. NCEES does not approve you for Colorado licensure.

    It is your responsibility to obtain enough qualifying education and progressive engineering experience to qualify for licensure in Colorado.

    Once you have verified enough education and progressive engineering experience required by Colorado statute and rule, you will apply for licensure in Colorado by creating an account within the Colorado Online Services website, and follow the prompts to complete the application for licensure as a Professional Engineer.

    You will also need to make a request to NCEES to transmit your NCEES Record to Colorado to complete your application.

    If you do not have enough education or experience when you apply with the Colorado Board, you will be referred back to NCEES to submit additional experience for NCEES review.

    Although the Colorado Board does not provide pre-review of applications, you may contact the Colorado Office of Licensing at dora_dpo_licensing@state.co.us or 303-894-7800 for other questions.

    Register online with NCEES (see deadline below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    October 20-21, 2022 Exams

    The deadline for registration for the October 2022 exam is at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.


    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    By scheduling and taking the Fundamentals of Surveying (FS) examination, you attest under penalty of perjury as defined in §18-8-503, Colorado Revised Statute (C.R.S), that you have obtained the prerequisite education and/or experience necessary PRIOR to taking the examination pursuant to section 12-120-410, C.R.S., sections 1.4 (A) through (H) of the Colorado Board Rules located at the Colorado Board’s Laws, Rules, and Policies webpage

     

    This includes but is not limited to understanding the requirements and credit awarded specific to Colorado statute and rule for: Recent Experience; Foreign Experience; and, Experience obtained under a licensed land surveyor.

     

    Falsifying this information is also a violation of section 12-120-306 (1)(a), C.R.S. and may result in the denial of your application for enrollment in Colorado.

     

    If you do not know if you qualify to take the examination you must STOP NOW and review the  Colorado requirements for enrollment as a Land Surveyor Intern.

     

    After passing the FS examination to apply for enrollment as a Colorado Land Surveyor Intern, visit the Colorado Online Services, create an account, and follow the prompts to complete the LSI application. 

     

    Although the Colorado Board does not provide pre-review of applications, you may contact the Colorado Office of Licensing at dora_dpo_licensing@state.co.us  or 303-894-7800 for other questions. 


    By scheduling and taking the Principles and Practices of Surveying (PS) examination, you attest under penalty of perjury as defined in §18-8-503, Colorado Revised Statute (C.R.S), that you have obtained the prerequisite education and/or experience and Colorado Land Surveyor Intern enrollment necessary PRIOR to taking the examination, pursuant to section 12-120-313, C.R.S., sections 1.4 (A) through (H) of the Colorado Board Rules located at the Colorado Board’s Laws, Rules, and Policies webpage.

     

    This includes but is not limited to understanding the requirements and credit awarded specific to Colorado statute and rule for: Recent Experience; Foreign Experience; and, Experience obtained under a licensed land surveyor.

     

    Falsifying this information is a violation of section 12-120-306 (1)(a), C.R.S. and may result in the denial of your application for licensure in Colorado.

     

    If you do not know if you qualify to take the examination you must STOP NOW and review the  Colorado requirements for licensure as a Professional Land Surveyor.

     

    After passing the PS examination administered by NCEES, return to your NCEES record and follow the prompts to submit your education and experience information. NCEES will review and evaluate your land surveying experience to ensure it is progressive land surveying. NCEES does not approve you for Colorado licensure.

    It is your responsibility to obtain enough qualifying education and

    progressive land surveying experience to qualify for licensure in Colorado.

     

    Once you have successfully verified enough education and progressive land surveying experience required by Colorado statute and rule, you will apply for licensure in Colorado by creating an account within the Colorado Online Services website, and follow the prompts to complete the application for licensure as a Professional Land Surveyor, and you will be approved to take the Colorado State Specific Examination.

    You will also need to make a request to NCEES to transmit your NCEES Record to Colorado to complete your application.

     

    If you do not have enough education or experience when you apply with the Colorado Board, you will be referred back to NCEES to submit additional experience for NCEES review.

     

    Although the Colorado Board does not provide pre-review of applications, you may contact the Colorado Office of Licensing at dora_dpo_licensing@state.co.us  or 303-894-7800 for other questions

     


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  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Colorado State Board of Licensure for Architects, Professional Engineers, and Professional Land Surveyors

Website: https://dpo.colorado.gov/AES
Contact: Joyce Young
Email: dora_aesboard@state.co.us
Phone: (303) 894-7800
Fax: (303) 894-2310
Address:Department of Regulatory Agencies
1560 Broadway, Suite 1350
Denver, Colorado 80202
United States

Members:
    Wendy Amann P.E.
    William Buntrock P.L.S.
    Debora Campbell
    Keo Frazier
    Timothy Hayashi P.E.
    Edwin Hornfeck P.E.
    Kayce Keane P.L.S.
    Kelly Miller P.L.S.
    Mary Morissette
    Stephen Powell
    Phyllis Widhalm

Connecticut Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization
    The Connecticut board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Upon the successful passing of the FE exam and graduation from an accredited undergraduate degree in engineering; you may complete an application for registration to certify you as an Engineer-In-Training. Application forms can be downloaded at: www.ct.gov/dcp or http://www.ct.gov/dcp/cwp/view.asp?a=1622&q=446468

    Please note that Connecticut does not complete verifications for successfully passing the FE exam to other state boards unless an application has been completed for registration as an Engineer-In-Training.

    Examinees must first apply to the Connecticut Board for approval to sit for the exam in Connecticut. Visit the board’s website for information on applications and instructions on the approval process.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Connecticut Board for approval to sit for the exam in Connecticut. Visit the board’s website for information on applications and instructions on the approval process. Connecticut’s deadlines for approval applications are December 1 for the April 2022 exams, and July 1 for the October 2022 exams.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (deadline: 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    The Connecticut board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Upon the successful passing of the FS exam and required years of land surveying experience; you may complete an application for registration to certify you as a Surveyor-In-Training. Application forms can be downloaded at: www.ct.gov/dcp or http://www.ct.gov/dcp/cwp/view.asp?a=1622&q=446468

    Please note that Connecticut does not complete verifications for successfully passing the FS exam to other state boards unless an application has been completed for registration as an Surveyor-In-Training.

    The Connecticut Board requires examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


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  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization
    The Connecticut board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Upon the successful passing of the FE exam and graduation from an accredited undergraduate degree in engineering; you may complete an application for registration to certify you as an Engineer-In-Training. Application forms can be downloaded at: www.ct.gov/dcp or http://www.ct.gov/dcp/cwp/view.asp?a=1622&q=446468

    Please note that Connecticut does not complete verifications for successfully passing the FE exam to other state boards unless an application has been completed for registration as an Engineer-In-Training.

    Examinees must first apply to the Connecticut Board for approval to sit for the exam in Connecticut. Visit the board’s website for information on applications and instructions on the approval process. Connecticut’s deadlines for approval applications and NCEES registration deadlines are below. After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The application deadline to the board will be July 1, 2021 for the October 2021 exams. The deadline to register for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/


    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Connecticut Board for approval to sit for the exam in Connecticut. Visit the board’s website for information on applications and instructions on the approval process. Connecticut’s deadlines for approval applications are December 1 for the April 2022 exams, and July 1 for the October 2022 exams.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (deadline: 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    The Connecticut board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Upon the successful passing of the FS exam and required years of land surveying experience; you may complete an application for registration to certify you as a Surveyor-In-Training. Application forms can be downloaded at: www.ct.gov/dcp or http://www.ct.gov/dcp/cwp/view.asp?a=1622&q=446468

    Please note that Connecticut does not complete verifications for successfully passing the FS exam to other state boards unless an application has been completed for registration as an Surveyor-In-Training.

    The Connecticut Board requires examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Connecticut Board of Examiners for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors

Website: http://www.ct.gov/dcp
Contact: Barbara Syp-Maziarz
Email: barbara.syp@ct.gov
Phone: (860) 713-6142
Fax: (860) 706-1367
Address:Board of Examiners for PE & LS
450 Columbus Blvd Suite 901
Hartford, Connecticut 06103-1840
United States

Members:
    Anthony D'Andrea P.E., L.S.
    John Dewolf Ph.D., P.E.
    Robert Doane Jr P.E., P.S., L.S.
    Robert Lewandowski
    Kenneth Peterson L.S.
    Raymond "Ray" Redniss P.L.S.
    Al Regina
    Curtiss Smith L.S.
    Richard Szewczak P.E.

Delaware Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Delaware board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam as long as the education information provided during the registration process meets the board’s requirements.

    Examinees who are categorized as “pending approval” in their MyNCEES account for more than 24 hours should contact the Delaware state board for further instructions.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    BEFORE you register for the PE exam on the NCEES website through the Delaware board, you must complete one of the two options below:

    1. Candidates that have met their education and experience requirements can submit an application for Exam with the Delaware board. After the Delaware board has notified you of your approval, register for a computer-based exam online with NCEES. The Delaware board will then approve your NCEES registration, and you will be able to schedule the exam at a Pearson VUE test center.

    2. Candidates that have met their education requirements but have not yet met their experience requirements must apply for Engineer Intern Certification with the Delaware board. Candidates that are interested in taking the exam prior to the completion of your work experience requirement, also known as "Decoupling," should contact the Delaware board for further information. Once you have been certified as an Engineer Intern, you may register for a computer-based exam online with NCEES. The Delaware board will then approve your NCEES registration, and you will be able to schedule the exam at a Pearson VUE test center. After successful passage of the exam AND completion of experience requirements, these candidates may submit an application for initial licensure.

    If you do not meet these qualifications or have questions about the exam approval process, do not register for the exam and please contact the Delaware board.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period. Further, once references and experience have been verified and experience has been approved by the Delaware board, candidates must pass exam within 5 years or 4 attempts; After that time, candidate must reapply with the Delaware board.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    To be approved for the SE exam through the Delaware board, you must have completed one of the two options below:

    • Candidates that have met their education and experience requirements can submit an application for exam with the Delaware board. After the Delaware board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.
    • Candidates that have met their education requirements but have not yet met their experience requirements must apply for Engineer Intern Certification with the Delaware board. Candidates that are interested in taking the exam prior to the completion of your work experience requirement, also known as "Decoupling," should contact the Delaware Board for further information. After the Delaware board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam. After successful passage of the exam AND completion of experience requirements, these candidates may submit an application for Initial licensure.

    If you do not meet these qualifications or have questions about the exam approval process, please contact the Delaware board.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Delaware board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Delaware board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Delaware board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam as long as the education information provided during the registration process meets the board’s requirements.

    Examinees who are categorized as “pending approval” in their MyNCEES account for more than 24 hours should contact the Delaware state board for further instructions.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    To be approved for the PE exam through the Delaware board, you must have completed one of the two options below:

    • Candidates that have met their education and experience requirements can submit an application for exam with the Delaware board. After the Delaware board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (see deadline below) to reserve your seat for the exam.
    • Candidates that have met their education requirements but have not yet met their experience requirements must apply for Engineer Intern Certification with the Delaware board. Candidates that are interested in taking the exam prior to the completion of your work experience requirement, also known as "Decoupling," should contact the Delaware Board for further information. After the Delaware board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (see deadline below) to reserve your seat for the exam. After successful passage of the exam AND completion of experience requirements, these candidates may submit an application for Initial licensure.

    If you do not meet these qualifications or have questions about the exam approval process, please contact the Delaware board.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    To be approved for the SE exam through the Delaware board, you must have completed one of the two options below:

    • Candidates that have met their education and experience requirements can submit an application for exam with the Delaware board. After the Delaware board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.
    • Candidates that have met their education requirements but have not yet met their experience requirements must apply for Engineer Intern Certification with the Delaware board. Candidates that are interested in taking the exam prior to the completion of your work experience requirement, also known as "Decoupling," should contact the Delaware Board for further information. After the Delaware board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam. After successful passage of the exam AND completion of experience requirements, these candidates may submit an application for Initial licensure.

    If you do not meet these qualifications or have questions about the exam approval process, please contact the Delaware board.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Delaware board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Delaware board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Delaware Association of Professional Engineers

Website: http://www.dape.org
Contact: Jennifer Wootten
Email: jen@dape.org
Phone: (302) 323-4588
Fax: (302) 323-4590
Address:92 Reads Way
Suite 208
New Castle, Delaware 19720
United States

Members:
    Daniel Barbato P.E.
    Neeraj Batta P.E.
    Michael Clendaniel P.E.
    Nicholas Dean P.E.
    Vincent Fazio P.E.
    William Gamgort
    Jason Hastings P.E.
    Joseph "Joe" Jakubowski III P.E.
    Jeremy Kalmbacher P.E.
    Karen Maxson P.E.
    Charles McAllister P.E.
    David Reinhold P.E.
    Ronald Smith
    Kenneth Tadler P.E.
    Robert Wheatley

District of Columbia Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Washington, D.C. board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Examinees must first apply to the Washington, D.C. board for approval to sit for the exam. Information about forms and fees can be found at the board’s website.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Washington, D.C. board for approval to sit for the exam. Information about forms, fees, and deadlines can be found at the board’s website.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Washington, D.C. board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Washington, D.C. board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Washington, D.C. board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Examinees must first apply to the Washington, D.C. board for approval to sit for the exam. Information about forms, fees, and deadlines can be found at the board’s website. 

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (deadline below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Washington, D.C. board for approval to sit for the exam. Information about forms, fees, and deadlines can be found at the board’s website.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Washington, D.C. board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Washington, D.C. board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

District of Columbia Board of Professional Engineering

Website: https://dcra.dc.gov/professional-licensing
Contact: Avis Pearson
Email: Avis.Pearson@dc.gov
Phone: (202) 442-4320
Fax: (202) 442-9448
Address:Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
Board of Professional Engineering
1100 4th Street SW, Suite E500
Washington, District of Columbia 20024-4471
United States

Members:
    Roland Carter
    Barry Lucas P.E.
    Michael McKenna P.S.
    Mary Jean Pajak P.E.
    Samuel Wilson P.E.

AUC Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    NCEES administers Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exams in Egypt under agreements with Egyptian Engineers Syndicate (EES) and American University in Cairo (AUC). AUC graduates who wish to sit for an NCEES exam may register via AUC. All other Egyptian engineering graduates who wish to sit for an NCEES exam should register through EES. Registration should be completed in English.

    American University in Cairo (AUC) requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact AUC directly for details.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Note
    —In addition to the NCEES calculator policy, the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)

    NCEES administers PE exams in Egypt under agreements with American University in Cairo (AUC). The SE exam is not offered outside of North America. AUC graduates who wish to sit for an NCEES PE exam should first apply for exam approval via AUC. Registration should be completed in English.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact AUC directly for details.

    A $400 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy, the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)


    The Structural Engineering exam is not offered outside of North America.

    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    NCEES administers Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exams in Egypt under agreements with Egyptian Engineers Syndicate (EES) and American University in Cairo (AUC). AUC graduates who wish to sit for an NCEES exam may register via AUC. All other Egyptian engineering graduates who wish to sit for an NCEES exam should register through EES. Registration should be completed in English.

    American University in Cairo (AUC) requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact AUC directly for details.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Note
    —In addition to the NCEES calculator policy, the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)

    NCEES administers PE exams in Egypt under agreements with American University in Cairo (AUC). The SE exam is not offered outside of North America. AUC graduates who wish to sit for an NCEES PE exam should first apply for exam approval via AUC. Registration should be completed in English.

    After you have been approved by AUC to sit for the exam, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat prior to the posted NCEES registration deadline (TBD). Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy, the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)

    The Structural Engineering exam is not offered outside of North America.

    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

EES Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    NCEES administers Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exams in Egypt under agreements with Egyptian Engineers Syndicate (EES) and American University in Cairo (AUC). AUC graduates who wish to sit for an NCEES exam may register via AUC. All other Egyptian engineering graduates who wish to sit for the NCEES FE exams may register with EES. Registration should be completed in English.

    EES maintains lists of all engineering graduates in Egypt. Examinees first have to register as a member of EES. Once registered, EES will approve an examinee’s registration to its lists. Once approved, examinees will be notified to log in to their account and schedule their exams. Examinees should contact EES directly for more information.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy, the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)

    EES does not offer the NCEES PE exams.

    The Structural Engineering exam is not offered outside North America.

    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    NCEES administers Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exams in Egypt under agreements with Egyptian Engineers Syndicate (EES) and American University in Cairo (AUC). AUC graduates who wish to sit for an NCEES exam may register via AUC. All other Egyptian engineering graduates who wish to sit for the NCEES FE exams may register with EES. Registration should be completed in English.

    EES maintains lists of all engineering graduates in Egypt. Examinees first have to register as a member of EES. Once registered, EES will approve an examinee’s registration to its lists. Once approved, examinees will be notified to log in to their account and schedule their exams. Examinees should contact EES directly for more information.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy, the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)

    EES does not offer the NCEES PE exams.

    The Structural Engineering exam is not offered outside North America.

    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

AUS Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    NCEES administers exams in the Emirate of Sharjah under an agreement with the American University of Sharjah (AUS). AUS requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact AUS directly for details.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy, the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)

    NCEES administers exams in the Emirate of Sharjah under an agreement with the American University of Sharjah (AUS). AUS requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact AUS directly for details.

    A $400 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy,the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)


    The Structural Engineering exam is not offered outside of North America.

    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    NCEES administers exams in the Emirate of Sharjah under an agreement with the American University of Sharjah (AUS). AUS requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact AUS directly for details.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy, the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)

    NCEES administers PE exams in the Emirate of Sharjah under an agreement with the American University of Sharjah (AUS). To take the exam in the Emirate of Sharjah, you must submit an application and be approved by AUS. Contact AUS for information about its approval process. The AUS deadline for approval is August 15 for the October 2021 exams.

    After you have been approved by AUS to take the exam, you must register online with NCEES and pay the appropriate fees to reserve your seat prior to the posted NCEES registration deadline (deadline: 3:00 p.m. US EDT on August 26, 2021).

    Your exam type, discipline, and/or module cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy, the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)




    The Structural Engineering exam is not offered outside of North America.

    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Florida Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Florida engineering board does not require examinees to submit an application prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an FE exam. Examinees may register for their exams by creating a MyNCEES account.

    In order to receive an Engineer Intern (EI) Certificate, examinees must submit an Application for Engineer Intern Certification after passing the exam. The application can be found on the board website here: fbpe.org/engineer-interns/.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Florida engineering board does not require examinees to submit an application prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling a PE exam. Examinees may register for their exams by creating a MyNCEES account, and meeting the following requirement:

    You must have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam and have the exam verified in your MyNCEES account. To expedite your approval for the PE exam, ensure that your (FE) exam results are verified in your MyNCEES account before registering. To see if your exam has been verified, look on the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to Exam Verification. Click on this and review the section for Verified Exams to see if your FE exam is listed. If it has not been verified, click on Request Verification at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request the state board where you took and passed the exam.

    In order to receive a Professional Engineers (PE) License, examinees must submit an Application for Licensure as a Professional Engineer after passing the exam. The application can be found on the board website here: fbpe.org/professional-engineers/.

    If a Florida licensed PE wishes to take an exam for an additional discipline, he or she should register first with NCEES then submit an application for additional discipline to FBPE after passing the additional exam. The application can be found on the board website here: fbpe.org/professional-engineers/.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    The Florida engineering board does not require examinees to submit an application prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling a SE exam. Examinees may register for their exams by creating a MyNCEES account, and meeting the following requirement:

    You must have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam and have the exam verified in your MyNCEES account. To expedite your approval for the SE exam, ensure that your (FE) exam results are verified in your MyNCEES account before registering. To see if your exam has been verified, look on the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to Exam Verification. Click on this and review the section for Verified Exams to see if your FE exam is listed. If it has not been verified, click on Request Verification at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request the state board where you took and passed the exam.

    Register online with NCEES (see deadline below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    In order to receive a Professional Engineers (PE) License, examinees must submit an Application for Licensure as a Professional Engineer after passing the exam. The application can be found on the board website here: fbpe.org/professional-engineers/.

    If a Florida licensed PE wishes to take an exam for an additional discipline, he or she should register first with NCEES then submit an application for additional discipline to FBPE after passing the additional exam. The application can be found on the board website here: fbpe.org/professional-engineers/.

    October 20-21, 2022 Exams

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    NOTE: Examinees must pass both parts of the SE exam (vertical and lateral) before applying for a license in Florida.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Florida board requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Florida board requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Florida engineering board does not require examinees to submit an application prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an FE exam. Examinees may register for their exams by creating a MyNCEES account.

    In order to receive an Engineer Intern (EI) Certificate, examinees must submit an Application for Engineer Intern Certification after passing the exam. The application can be found on the board website here: fbpe.org/engineer-interns/.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Florida engineering board does not require examinees to submit an application prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling a PE exam. Examinees may register for their exams by creating a MyNCEES account, and meeting the following requirement:

    You must have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam and have the exam verified in your MyNCEES account. To expedite your approval for the PE exam, ensure that your (FE) exam results are verified in your MyNCEES account before registering. To see if your exam has been verified, look on the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to Exam Verification. Click on this and review the section for Verified Exams to see if your FE exam is listed. If it has not been verified, click on Request Verification at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request the state board where you took and passed the exam.

    Register online with NCEES (see deadline below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    In order to receive a Professional Engineers (PE) License, examinees must submit an Application for Licensure as a Professional Engineer after passing the exam. The application can be found on the board website here: fbpe.org/professional-engineers/.

    If a Florida licensed PE wishes to take an exam for an additional discipline, he or she should register first with NCEES then submit an application for additional discipline to FBPE after passing the additional exam. The application can be found on the board website here: fbpe.org/professional-engineers/.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    The Florida engineering board does not require examinees to submit an application prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling a SE exam. Examinees may register for their exams by creating a MyNCEES account, and meeting the following requirement:

    You must have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam and have the exam verified in your MyNCEES account. To expedite your approval for the SE exam, ensure that your (FE) exam results are verified in your MyNCEES account before registering. To see if your exam has been verified, look on the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to Exam Verification. Click on this and review the section for Verified Exams to see if your FE exam is listed. If it has not been verified, click on Request Verification at the top of the page and follow the steps to make the request the state board where you took and passed the exam.

    Register online with NCEES (see deadline below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    In order to receive a Professional Engineers (PE) License, examinees must submit an Application for Licensure as a Professional Engineer after passing the exam. The application can be found on the board website here: fbpe.org/professional-engineers/.

    If a Florida licensed PE wishes to take an exam for an additional discipline, he or she should register first with NCEES then submit an application for additional discipline to FBPE after passing the additional exam. The application can be found on the board website here: fbpe.org/professional-engineers/.

    October 20-21, 2022 Exams

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    NOTE: Examinees must pass both parts of the SE exam (vertical and lateral) before applying for a license in Florida.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Florida board requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Florida board requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Florida Board of Professional Engineers

Website: http://www.fbpe.org
Contact: Zana Raybon
Email: zraybon@fbpe.org
Phone: (850) 521-0500
Fax: (850) 521-0521
Address:2400 Mahan Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32308
United States

Members:
    Dylan Albergo P.E.
    Scott Drury P.E.
    C. Kevin Fleming P.E.
    Jeb Mulock P.E.
    Yassi Myers P.E.
    John Pistorino P.E.
    Denise Ramsey P.E.
    Pankaj Shah P.E.
    Babu Varghese P.E.

Georgia Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Georgia board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.



    First-time applicants

    First-time applicants need to complete the Georgia board’s application found on the board’s website, wait for the board to communicate approval, and then register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Repeat applicants
    Repeat applicants who have been previously approved by the Georgia board are considered eligible to sit for an exam four times. After the fourth attempt, you must re-apply in accordance with Georgia Board Policy 06-02 and 07-01. If eligible, repeat applicants do need to register with NCEES each exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    First-time applicants

    First-time applicants need to complete the Georgia board’s application found on the board’s website by the application deadline (see deadlines below), wait for the board to communicate your approval, and then register with NCEES by the registration deadline (see below).

    April 2022 SE exam- The deadline for approval applications to the board will be December 1, 2021.   October 2022 SE exam - The deadline for approval applications to the board will be June 1, 2022

    Repeat applicants

    Repeat applicants who have been previously approved by the Georgia board are considered eligible to sit for an exam for four consecutive exam administrations. After the fourth administration, you must re-apply in accordance with Georgia Board Policy 06-02 and 07-01. If eligible, repeat applicants do need to register with NCEES each exam.

    October 20-21, 2022 Exams

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Georgia board requires FS examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.



    The Georgia board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Georgia board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.



    First-time applicants

    First-time applicants need to complete the Georgia board’s application found on the board’s website by the application deadline (see deadlines below), wait for the board to communicate your approval, and then register with NCEES by the registration deadline (see below).

    Repeat applicants

    Repeat applicants who have been previously approved by the Georgia board are considered eligible to sit for an exam for four consecutive exam administrations. After the fourth administration, you must re-apply in accordance with Georgia Board Policy 06-02 and 07-01. If eligible, repeat applicants do need to register with NCEES each exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline for approval applications to the board will be June 1, 2021. The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    First-time applicants

    First-time applicants need to complete the Georgia board’s application found on the board’s website by the application deadline (see deadlines below), wait for the board to communicate your approval, and then register with NCEES by the registration deadline (see below).

    April 2022 SE exam- The deadline for approval applications to the board will be December 1, 2021.   October 2022 SE exam - The deadline for approval applications to the board will be June 1, 2022

    Repeat applicants

    Repeat applicants who have been previously approved by the Georgia board are considered eligible to sit for an exam for four consecutive exam administrations. After the fourth administration, you must re-apply in accordance with Georgia Board Policy 06-02 and 07-01. If eligible, repeat applicants do need to register with NCEES each exam.

    October 20-21, 2022 Exams

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Georgia board requires FS examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.



    The Georgia board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Georgia State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors

Website: https://sos.ga.gov/licensing-division-georgia-secretary-states-office
Contact: Darren Mickler
Email: dmickler@sos.ga.gov
Phone: (844) 753-7825
Fax: (866) 888-9718
Address:237 Coliseum Drive
Macon, Georgia 31217-3858
United States

Members:
    Julianne Busbee
    Lawrence "Dan" Davis P.E.
    James "Jim" Mattison IV L.S.
    Russell "Russ" Pennington P.E.
    Elmo Richardson Jr P.E., L.S.
    Darien Sykes P.E.
    William Womack P.E.
    Taylor Wright P.E.
    Neil Wyche P.E.

Guam Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization
    The Guam board requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Guam board requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Guam board for approval to sit for the exam. Visit the board’s website for the appropriate forms, fees, and deadlines.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Guam board requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Guam board requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization
    The Guam board requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Examinees must first apply to the Guam board for approval to sit for the exam. Visit the board’s website for the appropriate forms, fees, and deadlines.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (see deadline below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Guam board for approval to sit for the exam. Visit the board’s website for the appropriate forms, fees, and deadlines.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Guam board requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Guam board requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Guam Board of Registration for Professional Engineers, Architects, and Land Surveyors

Website: http://www.guam-peals.org
Contact: Catherine Gutierrez
Email: info@guam-peals.org
Phone: (671) 646-3115
Fax: (671) 649-9533
Address:ITC Building
590 S. Marine Corps Dr. Suite 511
Tamuning, Guam 96913
Guam

Members:
    Vincent Arriola
    Marie Elizabeth Cristi P.E.
    Cedric Cruz
    Cathyann "Cathy" Gogue
    Paul Santos P.L.S.
    Masoud Teimoury Ph.D., P.E.

Hawaii Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Hawaii board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Examinees must first apply to the Hawaii board for approval to sit for the exam in Hawaii. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process. (Note to repeat examinees: The board requires that repeat examinees provide evidence of continuing efforts to complete the licensure process within the previous two years to be eligible to take an exam in Hawaii.)

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Hawaii board for approval to sit for the exam in Hawaii. Applications must be filed no later than ninety calendar days prior to the date of the exam. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process.

    (Note to repeat examinees: The board requires that repeat examinees provide evidence of continuing efforts to complete the licensure process within the previous two years to be eligible to take an exam in Hawaii.)

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (see deadlines below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    October 20-21,2022 Exams

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Hawaii board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Hawaii board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Hawaii board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Examinees must first apply to the Hawaii board for approval to sit for the exam in Hawaii. Applications must be filed no later than ninety calendar days prior to the date of the exam. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process.

    (Note to repeat examinees: The board requires that repeat examinees provide evidence of continuing efforts to complete the licensure process within the previous two years to be eligible to take an exam in Hawaii.)

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (see deadlines below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Hawaii board for approval to sit for the exam in Hawaii. Applications must be filed no later than ninety calendar days prior to the date of the exam. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process.

    (Note to repeat examinees: The board requires that repeat examinees provide evidence of continuing efforts to complete the licensure process within the previous two years to be eligible to take an exam in Hawaii.)

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (see deadlines below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    October 20-21,2022 Exams

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Hawaii board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Hawaii board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Hawaii Board of Professional Engineers, Architects, Surveyors, and Landscape Architects

Website: http://www.cca.hawaii.gov/pvl
Contact:
Email:
Phone: (808) 586-2702
Fax: (808) 586-2689
Address:335 Merchant Street
P.O. Box 3469 (96801)
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
United States

Members:
    Brian Fujiwara
    Dan Hirota L.S.
    Alan Inaba P.L.S.
    Jay Ishibashi
    Ron Iwamoto P.E.
    Kevin Katayama P.E.
    Joel Kurokawa
    Tony Lau P.E.
    Benedict Lee
    Ken Ota
    Clayton Pang P.E.
    Marc Ventura
    Roberto Yumol

Idaho Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Idaho board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Beginning July 1, 2018, applications for initial licensure are submitted after passing the NCEES Fundamentals (FE) examination and Professional (PE and/or SE) examination. Once both examinations are passed and the qualifying education and experience are met, then applications for licensure may be submitted to the Board. 

    Applicants must still meet the Idaho board residency requirement to apply for initial licensure.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Beginning July 1, 2018, applications for initial licensure are submitted after passing the NCEES Fundamentals (FE) examination and Professional (PE and/or SE) examination. Once both examinations are passed and the qualifying education and experience are met, then applications for licensure may be submitted to the Board.

    Applicants must still meet the Idaho board residency requirement to apply for initial licensure.

    For the upcoming exam administration, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Idaho board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Beginning July 1, 2018, applications for initial licensure are submitted after passing the NCEES Fundamentals (FS) examination and Professional (PS) examination. Once both examinations are passed and the qualifying education and experience are met, then applications for licensure may be submitted to the Board.

    Applicants must still meet the Idaho board residency requirement to apply for initial licensure.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Idaho board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Beginning July 1, 2018, applications for initial licensure are submitted after passing the NCEES Fundamentals (FE) examination and Professional (PE and/or SE) examination. Once both examinations are passed and the qualifying education and experience are met, then applications for licensure may be submitted to the Board. 

    Applicants must still meet the Idaho board residency requirement to apply for initial licensure.

    For the upcoming exam administration, register online with NCEES (see deadline below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Beginning July 1, 2018, applications for initial licensure are submitted after passing the NCEES Fundamentals (FE) examination and Professional (PE and/or SE) examination. Once both examinations are passed and the qualifying education and experience are met, then applications for licensure may be submitted to the Board.

    Applicants must still meet the Idaho board residency requirement to apply for initial licensure.

    For the upcoming exam administration, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Idaho board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Beginning July 1, 2018, applications for initial licensure are submitted after passing the NCEES Fundamentals (FS) examination and Professional (PS) examination. Once both examinations are passed and the qualifying education and experience are met, then applications for licensure may be submitted to the Board.

    Applicants must still meet the Idaho board residency requirement to apply for initial licensure.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

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  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Idaho Board of Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors

Website: http://www.ipels.idaho.gov
Contact: Michael Hyde
Email: michael.hyde@dopl.idaho.gov
Phone: (208) 373-7210
Fax: (208) 373-7213
Address:11341 W Chinden Blvd., Bldg 4
Boise, Idaho 83714
United States

Members:
    Glenn Bennett P.L.S.
    Keith Brooks P.E., P.L.S.
    Richard Jacobson P.E.
    Dusty Obermayer P.L.S.
    Tom Ruby P.L.S.
    John Tomkinson
    Raymond Watkins P.E.

Illinois Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    Candidates wishing to register for any NCEES examination under the Illinois Jurisdiction are only required to register with NCEES. Exam approval will be given from the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (Department).

    Manual Approval - All Candidates: Candidates must first register with NCEES to sit for the FS exam and then submit your FS exam approval application to the Department for educational review by the Illinois Land Surveyor Board. Once the Board has approved your education, your exam registration will be approved.

    Use this application packet: Application for FS exam approval/ Surveyor Intern enrollment 

    All deficiencies noted by the Board must be corrected before you will be approved to sit for the exam. Candidates with a foreign bachelor's degree must submit an NCEES evaluation as part of the application process and are subject to passage of the TOEFL-iBT exam.

    The Illinois jurisdiction requires all examinees attest to the following statements before they can proceed with registering and scheduling an exam:

    1. I acknowledge and understand that passing this NCEES examination does not, by itself, guarantee future licensure.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Candidates wishing to register for any NCEES examination under the Illinois Jurisdiction are only required to register with NCEES. Exam approval will be given from the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (Department). Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    ·     Manual Approval – All Candidates:
    Candidates must apply to the Department for educational review by the Illinois Land Surveyor Board prior to being approved for the PS exam.

    Candidates under this option must first register with NCEES to sit for the PS exam and then submit your PS exam approval application to the Department. Once the Board has approved your education, your exam registration will be approved.

    Use this application packet: Application for PS exam approval/Land Surveyor license 

     All deficiencies noted by the Board must be corrected before you will be approved to sit for the exam. Candidates with a foreign bachelor’s degree must submit an NCEES evaluation as part of the application process and are subject to passage of the TOEFL-iBT exam.

    ·     The Illinois jurisdiction requires all examinees attest to the following statements before they can proceed with registering and scheduling an exam: 

    1.   I received written approval from the Illinois PLS Board to register for this examination.

    2.   I acknowledge and understand that passing this NCEES examination does not, by itself, guarantee future licensure.

     

     

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Candidates wishing to register for any NCEES examination under the Illinois Jurisdiction are only required to register with NCEES. Exam approval will be given from NCEES or the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (Department) based on your Baccalaureate degree. Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    ·     Automatic Approval – EAC/ABET BS degree Candidates:
    Candidates with an approved engineering degree (or those in their final year of said program) are the only candidates authorized to register and be automatically approved to sit for the FE exam.  

    Candidates under this option may register for the FE exam at any time with NCEES.

    ·     Manual Approval – All Other Candidates:
    Candidates with a non-approved degree must apply to the Department for educational review by the Illinois PE Board prior to being approved for the FE exam.

    Candidates under this option must register first with NCEES to sit for the FE exam and then submit your FE exam approval application to the Department. Once the Board has approved your education, your exam registration will be approved.

    Use this application packet: Application for FE exam approval/ Engineer Intern enrollment  All deficiencies noted by the Board must be corrected before you will be approved to sit for the exam. Candidates with a foreign bachelor’s degree must submit an NCEES evaluation as part of the application process and may be subject to passage of the TOEFL-iBT exam.

    ·     Structural Engineer Intern (SEI) FE exam candidates:
    All SEI FE exam candidates must apply to the Department for educational review by the Illinois SE Board prior to being approved for the FE exam.

    Register with NCEES to sit for the FE exam first and then submit your FE exam approval application to the Department. Once the Board has approved your education, your exam registration will be approved.

    Use this application packet: Application for FE exam approval/Structural Engineer Intern enrollment  All deficiencies noted by the Board must be corrected before you will be approved to sit for the exam. Candidates with a foreign bachelor’s degree must submit an NCEES evaluation as part of the application process and may be subject to passage of the TOEFL-iBT exam.

    ·     The Illinois jurisdiction requires all examinees attest to the following statements before they can proceed with registering and scheduling an exam: 

    1.   I am a graduate of (or in my final year of) a bachelor’s degree from an EAC/ABET accredited program (for PE Board applicants only) or I received written approval from the Illinois Professional Engineer or Structural Engineer Board to register for this examination.

    2.   I acknowledge and understand that passing this NCEES examination does not, by itself, guarantee future licensure.

     


    Candidates wishing to register for any NCEES examination under the Illinois Jurisdiction are only required to register with NCEES. Exam approval will be given from NCEES or the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (Department) based on your Baccalaureate degree. Examinees may be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period, subject to the number of exam administrations offered for the specific discipline examination.

    ·     Automatic Approval – EAC/ABET BS degree Candidates:

    Candidates with an approved engineering degree are the only candidates authorized to register and be automatically approved to sit for the PE exam if the following are done prior to registering:

    • Official college transcript(s) sent directly from your institution to NCEES.  
    • Verification of passage of the FE exam. You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If you do not see your FE exam verified here, you must request for your FE exam to be verified in your account. To accomplish this, go to the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to click to Request Exam Verification and simply follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed the exam. Keep in mind that some state boards require ample time to process the verification, and plan accordingly.

    ·     Manual Approval – All Other Candidates:

    Candidates with a non-approved degree must apply to the Department for educational review by the Illinois PE Board prior to being approved for the PE exam.

    Candidates under this option must register first with NCEES to sit for the PE exam and then submit your PE exam approval application to the Department. Once the Board has approved your education, your exam registration will be approved.

    Use this application packet: Application for PE exam approval or Licensure  All deficiencies noted by the Board must be corrected before you will be approved to sit for the exam. Candidates with a foreign bachelor’s degree must submit an NCEES evaluation as part of the application process and may be subject to passage of the TOEFL-iBT exam.

    ·     PE Civil/Structural exam candidates:
    Passing the Civil/Structural exam does not allow you to perform Structural Engineering services in Illinois, that requires an SE license. Non-structural experience is required for licensure as a PE in Illinois.

    ·     The Illinois jurisdiction requires all examinees attest to the following statements before they can proceed with registering and scheduling an exam: 

    1.   I am a graduate of a bachelor’s program from an EAC/ABET accredited program or I received written approval from the Illinois PE Board to register for this examination.

    2.   I acknowledge and understand that passing this NCEES examination does not, by itself, guarantee future licensure.

     


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Candidates wishing to register for any NCEES examination under the Illinois Jurisdiction are only required to register with NCEES. Exam approval will be given from the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (Department) once your education and experience have been approved by the Illinois SE Board.  

    ·     Manual Approval – All Candidates:
    Candidates must apply to the Department for educational and experience review by the Illinois SE Board prior to being approved for the SE exam.

    Candidates must register with NCEES to sit for the SE exam first and then submit your SE exam approval application to the Department. Once the Board has approved your education, your exam registration will be approved.

    Use this application packet:  Application for SE exam approval/Structural Engineer license  All deficiencies noted by the Board must be corrected before you will be approved to sit for the exam. Candidates with a foreign bachelor’s degree must submit an NCEES evaluation as part of the application process and may be subject to passage of the TOEFL-iBT exam.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    Candidates wishing to register for any NCEES examination under the Illinois Jurisdiction are only required to register with NCEES. Exam approval will be given from the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (Department).

    Manual Approval - All Candidates: Candidates must first register with NCEES to sit for the FS exam and then submit your FS exam approval application to the Department for educational review by the Illinois Land Surveyor Board. Once the Board has approved your education, your exam registration will be approved.

    Use this application packet: Application for FS exam approval/ Surveyor Intern enrollment 

    All deficiencies noted by the Board must be corrected before you will be approved to sit for the exam. Candidates with a foreign bachelor's degree must submit an NCEES evaluation as part of the application process and are subject to passage of the TOEFL-iBT exam.

    The Illinois jurisdiction requires all examinees attest to the following statements before they can proceed with registering and scheduling an exam:

    1. I acknowledge and understand that passing this NCEES examination does not, by itself, guarantee future licensure.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Candidates wishing to register for any NCEES examination under the Illinois Jurisdiction are only required to register with NCEES. Exam approval will be given from the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (Department). Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    ·     Manual Approval – All Candidates:
    Candidates must apply to the Department for educational review by the Illinois Land Surveyor Board prior to being approved for the PS exam.

    Candidates under this option must first register with NCEES to sit for the PS exam and then submit your PS exam approval application to the Department. Once the Board has approved your education, your exam registration will be approved.

    Use this application packet: Application for PS exam approval/Land Surveyor license 

     All deficiencies noted by the Board must be corrected before you will be approved to sit for the exam. Candidates with a foreign bachelor’s degree must submit an NCEES evaluation as part of the application process and are subject to passage of the TOEFL-iBT exam.

    ·     The Illinois jurisdiction requires all examinees attest to the following statements before they can proceed with registering and scheduling an exam: 

    1.   I received written approval from the Illinois PLS Board to register for this examination.

    2.   I acknowledge and understand that passing this NCEES examination does not, by itself, guarantee future licensure.

     

     

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Candidates wishing to register for any NCEES examination under the Illinois Jurisdiction are only required to register with NCEES. Exam approval will be given from NCEES or the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (Department) based on your Baccalaureate degree. Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    ·     Automatic Approval – EAC/ABET BS degree Candidates:
    Candidates with an approved engineering degree (or those in their final year of said program) are the only candidates authorized to register and be automatically approved to sit for the FE exam.  

    Candidates under this option may register for the FE exam at any time with NCEES.

    ·     Manual Approval – All Other Candidates:
    Candidates with a non-approved degree must apply to the Department for educational review by the Illinois PE Board prior to being approved for the FE exam.

    Candidates under this option must register first with NCEES to sit for the FE exam and then submit your FE exam approval application to the Department. Once the Board has approved your education, your exam registration will be approved.

    Use this application packet: Application for FE exam approval/ Engineer Intern enrollment  All deficiencies noted by the Board must be corrected before you will be approved to sit for the exam. Candidates with a foreign bachelor’s degree must submit an NCEES evaluation as part of the application process and may be subject to passage of the TOEFL-iBT exam.

    ·     Structural Engineer Intern (SEI) FE exam candidates:
    All SEI FE exam candidates must apply to the Department for educational review by the Illinois SE Board prior to being approved for the FE exam.

    Register with NCEES to sit for the FE exam first and then submit your FE exam approval application to the Department. Once the Board has approved your education, your exam registration will be approved.

    Use this application packet: Application for FE exam approval/Structural Engineer Intern enrollment  All deficiencies noted by the Board must be corrected before you will be approved to sit for the exam. Candidates with a foreign bachelor’s degree must submit an NCEES evaluation as part of the application process and may be subject to passage of the TOEFL-iBT exam.

    ·     The Illinois jurisdiction requires all examinees attest to the following statements before they can proceed with registering and scheduling an exam: 

    1.   I am a graduate of (or in my final year of) a bachelor’s degree from an EAC/ABET accredited program (for PE Board applicants only) or I received written approval from the Illinois Professional Engineer or Structural Engineer Board to register for this examination.

    2.   I acknowledge and understand that passing this NCEES examination does not, by itself, guarantee future licensure.

     


    ·       Prior to November 1, 2021: Candidates wishing to register for any NCEES examination under the Illinois Jurisdiction must register with both NCEES and Continental Testing Services, Inc. (CTS), the test administrator for Illinois, to be fully registered.

    ·       Beginning November 1, 2021: Registration with CTS is no longer required. Candidates wishing to register for any NCEES examination under the Illinois Jurisdiction need only register with NCEES. Exam approval will be given from NCEES and the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (Department) based on your Baccalaureate degree.

    ·       Candidates with a U.S. EAC/ABET bachelor's degree (or those in the senior year of said program) and those individuals with a non-approved degree who are currently enrolled as an Illinois Engineer Intern are the only candidates authorized to directly register to sit for the PE exam.  

    ·       All other candidates must be approved by the Illinois PE Board prior to registering for the PE exam. All deficiencies noted by the Board must be corrected before you will be approved to sit for the exam. Candidates with a foreign bachelor’s degree must submit an NCEES evaluation as part of the application process and may be subject to passage of the TOEFL-iBT exam.

    ·       Important note for PE - Civil/Structural exam candidates:
    The Civil/Structural exam is accepted for the PE license as it is by definition, a PE exam.
    Passing the Civil/Structural exam does not allow you to perform Structural Engineering services in Illinois. That requires a separate SE license. Non-structural experience is required for licensure as a PE in Illinois.



    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Candidates wishing to register for any NCEES examination under the Illinois Jurisdiction are only required to register with NCEES. Exam approval will be given from the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (Department) once your education and experience have been approved by the Illinois SE Board.  

    ·     Manual Approval – All Candidates:
    Candidates must apply to the Department for educational and experience review by the Illinois SE Board prior to being approved for the SE exam.

    Candidates must register with NCEES to sit for the SE exam first and then submit your SE exam approval application to the Department. Once the Board has approved your education, your exam registration will be approved.

    Use this application packet:  Application for SE exam approval/Structural Engineer license  All deficiencies noted by the Board must be corrected before you will be approved to sit for the exam. Candidates with a foreign bachelor’s degree must submit an NCEES evaluation as part of the application process and may be subject to passage of the TOEFL-iBT exam.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

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  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Illinois State Board of Professional Engineers

Website: https://idfpr.illinois.gov/profs/ProfEngineer.asp
Contact: Kyle Lazell
Email: FPR.DesignUnit@Illinois.gov
Phone: (217) 524-3210
Fax: (217) 524-0833
Address:Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
PSS/Design Unit, Third Floor, 320 West Washington Street
Springfield, Illinois 62786
United States

Members:
    Brian Berg Jr P.E.
    Kevin Burke III P.E.
    Christy Crites P.E.
    Gale Jamison P.E.
    Philip Kunz
    Sean Middleton P.E.
    Richard Ray P.E.
    Richard Rivera P.E.
    James Schlichting P.E.
    L. Duane Yockey P.E.

Illinois Structural Engineering Board

Website: https://idfpr.illinois.gov/profs/se.asp
Contact: Kyle Lazell
Email: FPR.DesignUnit@Illinois.gov
Phone: (217) 524-3210
Fax: (217) 524-0833
Address:Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
PSS/Design Unit, Third Floor, 320 West Washington Street
Springfield, Illinois 62786
United States

Members:
    Steven Bishop S.E.
    David Carroll P.E., S.E.
    Salvatore Di Bernardo P.E., S.E.
    Christine Freisinger P.E., S.E.
    Chad Hodel P.E., S.E.

Indiana Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Indiana board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Applicants should visit the Indiana board’s website for instructions on how to apply for approval to sit for the exam.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Applicants should visit the Indiana board’s website for instructions on how to apply for approval to sit for the exam. The Indiana board’s deadlines for approval applications are January 2 for the April 2022 exams, and July 1 for the October 2022 exams.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (see deadlines below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    October 20-21, 2022 Exams

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Indiana board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Indiana board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Indiana board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Applicants should visit the Indiana board’s website for instructions on how to apply for approval to sit for the exam. The Indiana board’s deadlines for approval applications are January 2 for the April 2021 exams, and July 1 for the October 2021 exams.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (see deadlines below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Applicants should visit the Indiana board’s website for instructions on how to apply for approval to sit for the exam. The Indiana board’s deadlines for approval applications are January 2 for the April 2022 exams, and July 1 for the October 2022 exams.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (see deadlines below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    October 20-21, 2022 Exams

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Indiana board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Indiana board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Indiana State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers

Website: https://www.in.gov/pla/professions/engineering-home/
Contact: Amy "Amy" Hall
Email: pla10@pla.in.gov
Phone: (317) 234-3022
Fax: (317) 233-4236
Address:402 West Washington Street, Room W072
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
United States

Members:
    Jason Durr P.E.
    Stephen Gillman P.E.
    Tim Jensen P.E.
    Opal Kuhl P.E.
    Greg Morical
    Sam Reed P.E.
    Susan Zellers P.E.

Iowa Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Iowa board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Iowa Engineering and Land Surveying Examining Board (IA Board) no longer requires examinees to submit a pre-approval application or fee to the Board prior to registering for and scheduling to take the NCEES PE exam. However, the following items are required to be submitted to NCEES prior to PE exam registration:

     

    · Official college transcript(s) sent directly from your institution to NCEES. The IA Board requires that the transcript show you have earned a degree of four years or more in engineering from an Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology/Engineering Accreditation Commission (ABET/EAC) - or Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB)-accredited curriculum. Iowa does not accept engineering technology degrees, even if accredited. All examinees should visit www.abet.org or www.ceab.org to ensure their bachelor’s degree is from an ABET/EAC or CEAB-accredited program at their specific institution  

    · Verification of passage of the FE exam submitted directly from the state where you passed the exam. You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If you do not see your FE exam verified here, you must request for your FE exam to be verified in your account. To accomplish this, go to the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to click to Request Exam Verification and simply follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed the exam. Keep in mind that some state boards require ample time to process the verification, and plan accordingly.

     

    The IA Board recommends all examinees to visit the Board’s website at http://www.plb.iowa.gov to review the IA Engineering Rules and PE application information for initial licensure to guarantee they understand the minimum qualifications. After doing so, all IA PE exam applicants must attest to the following 5 statements before they can proceed with the registering for and scheduling an exam:

    1.    I am a graduate of a four-year Bachelor’s program in engineering from an ABET/EAC or CEAB-accredited engineering program;

    2.    I have passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering examination;

    3.    I acknowledge and understand that passing this NCEES PE examination does not guarantee future licensure in any state or jurisdiction.

    4.    I acknowledge I have read and understood the IA Engineering Rules, and specifically the Examination and Licensure minimum qualifications criteria to be eligible for initial PE licensure in Iowa.

    5.    I understand that once I pass the NCEES PE exam, and have earned the necessary qualifying experience, I am required to apply directly to the IA Board to continue the initial licensure process by submitting the required application and fees, along with all documentation as required by the Board.

     

     

     

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    The Iowa Engineering and Land Surveying Examining Board (IA Board) no longer requires examinees to submit a pre-approval application or fee to the Board prior to registering for and scheduling to take the NCEES PE exam. However, the following items are required to be submitted to NCEES prior to PE exam registration:

    · Official college transcript(s) sent directly from your institution to NCEES. The IA Board requires that the transcript show you have earned a degree of four years or more in engineering from an Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology/Engineering Accreditation Commission (ABET/EAC) - or Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB)-accredited curriculum. Iowa does not accept engineering technology degrees, even if accredited. All examinees should visit www.abet.org or www.ceab.org to ensure their bachelor’s degree is from an ABET/EAC or CEAB-accredited program at their specific institution  

    · Verification of passage of the FE exam submitted directly from the state where you passed the exam. You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If you do not see your FE exam verified here, you must request for your FE exam to be verified in your account. To accomplish this, go to the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to click to Request Exam Verification and simply follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed the exam. Keep in mind that some state boards require ample time to process the verification, and plan accordingly.

    The IA Board recommends all examinees to visit the Board’s website at http://www.plb.iowa.gov to review the IA Engineering Rules and PE application information for initial licensure to guarantee they understand the minimum qualifications. After doing so, all IA PE exam applicants must attest to the following 5 statements before they can proceed with the registering for and scheduling an exam:

    1.   I am a graduate of a four-year Bachelor’s program in engineering from an ABET/EAC or CEAB-accredited engineering program;

    2.   I have passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering examination;

    3.   I acknowledge and understand that passing this NCEES PE examination does not guarantee future licensure in any state or jurisdiction.

    4.   I acknowledge I have read and understood the IA Engineering Rules, and specifically the Examination and Licensure minimum qualifications criteria to be eligible for initial PE licensure in Iowa.

    5.   I understand that once I pass the NCEES PE exam, and have earned the necessary qualifying experience, I am required to apply directly to the IA Board to continue the initial licensure process by submitting the required application and fees, along with all documentation as required by the Board.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Iowa board requires FS examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Iowa board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Iowa board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    All exam applicants should contact the the Iowa board for instructions on obtaining approval. Iowa accepts applications year round, and once approved any applicant can register for an upcoming exam.


    After you have been notified of your approval, register online with NCEES (see deadlines below) to reserve your seat for the upcoming exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    The Iowa Engineering and Land Surveying Examining Board (IA Board) no longer requires examinees to submit a pre-approval application or fee to the Board prior to registering for and scheduling to take the NCEES PE exam. However, the following items are required to be submitted to NCEES prior to PE exam registration:

    · Official college transcript(s) sent directly from your institution to NCEES. The IA Board requires that the transcript show you have earned a degree of four years or more in engineering from an Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology/Engineering Accreditation Commission (ABET/EAC) - or Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB)-accredited curriculum. Iowa does not accept engineering technology degrees, even if accredited. All examinees should visit www.abet.org or www.ceab.org to ensure their bachelor’s degree is from an ABET/EAC or CEAB-accredited program at their specific institution  

    · Verification of passage of the FE exam submitted directly from the state where you passed the exam. You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If you do not see your FE exam verified here, you must request for your FE exam to be verified in your account. To accomplish this, go to the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to click to Request Exam Verification and simply follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed the exam. Keep in mind that some state boards require ample time to process the verification, and plan accordingly.

    The IA Board recommends all examinees to visit the Board’s website at http://www.plb.iowa.gov to review the IA Engineering Rules and PE application information for initial licensure to guarantee they understand the minimum qualifications. After doing so, all IA PE exam applicants must attest to the following 5 statements before they can proceed with the registering for and scheduling an exam:

    1.   I am a graduate of a four-year Bachelor’s program in engineering from an ABET/EAC or CEAB-accredited engineering program;

    2.   I have passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering examination;

    3.   I acknowledge and understand that passing this NCEES PE examination does not guarantee future licensure in any state or jurisdiction.

    4.   I acknowledge I have read and understood the IA Engineering Rules, and specifically the Examination and Licensure minimum qualifications criteria to be eligible for initial PE licensure in Iowa.

    5.   I understand that once I pass the NCEES PE exam, and have earned the necessary qualifying experience, I am required to apply directly to the IA Board to continue the initial licensure process by submitting the required application and fees, along with all documentation as required by the Board.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Iowa board requires FS examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Iowa board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Iowa Engineering and Land Surveying Examining Board

Website: http://www.plb.iowa.gov/board/engineers-land-surveyors
Contact: Robert "Bob" Lampe
Email: robert.lampe@iowa.gov
Phone: (515) 725-9021
Fax: (515) 725-9032
Address:200 E. Grand, Ste. 350
Des Moines, Iowa 50309
United States

Members:
    Todde Folkerts P.E., P.L.S.
    Paul Herold P.L.S.
    Jack Jones
    Rita Perea
    Laura Sievers P.E.
    Lisa VanDenBerg P.E.

JPEC Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization
    NCEES administers FE exams in Japan under an agreement with the Japan PE/FE Examiners Council (JPEC).

    JPEC requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board. Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact JPEC directly for details.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy, the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)

    NCEES administers PE exams in Japan under an agreement with the Japan PE/FE Examiners Council (JPEC).

    JPEC requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board. Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact JPEC directly for details.

    A $400 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy, the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)



    The Structural Engineering exam is not offered outside of North America.

    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization
    NCEES administers FE exams in Japan under an agreement with the Japan PE/FE Examiners Council (JPEC).

    JPEC requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board. Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact JPEC directly for details.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy, the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)

    NCEES administers PE exams in Japan under an agreement with the Japan PE/FE Examiners Council (JPEC). The Structural Engineering exam is not offered outside of North America.

    To sit for an exam in Japan, contact JPEC for information about the approval process. JPEC’s deadlines for approval applications are January 10 for the April 2021 exams, and July 31 for the October 2021 exams. After JPEC has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (deadline: 3:00 p.m. US eastern time on August 26, 2021) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy, the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)


    The Structural Engineering exam is not offered outside of North America.

    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Kansas Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Kansas board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Note: Approval applications are required beginning February 16, 2021.

    Examinees must first apply to the Kansas board for approval to sit for an exam. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Kansas board for approval to sit for an exam. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.

    October 20 - 21, 2022 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Kansas board requires FS examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Kansas board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Kansas board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Examinees must first apply to the Kansas board for approval to sit for an exam. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process. The board’s application deadlines are below. 

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The application deadline to the board is June 15, 2021. The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Kansas board for approval to sit for an exam. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.

    October 20 - 21, 2022 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Kansas board requires FS examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Kansas board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Kansas State Board of Technical Professions

Website: http://www.ksbtp.ks.gov
Contact: Larry Karns
Email: larry.g.karns@ks.gov
Phone: (785) 296-3053
Fax: (785) 296-0167
Address:Landon State Office Building
900 Southwest Jackson, Suite 507
Topeka, Kansas 66612-1257
United States

Members:
    Larry "Larry" Graham P.E., P.S.
    William Haverkamp P.S.
    Joseph Johnson
    Brenee King Ph.D.
    Kimberly Kramer P.E.
    John Lilak P.L.S.
    Bonnie Limbird
    Doug Louis
    Carisa McMullen
    Wendy Ornelas
    John "Jack" Poole P.E.
    Jennifer Taylor P.E.
    Eric Wimmer

Kentucky Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization
    The Kentucky board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam. However, you must acknowledge the following statement:

    "I am a graduate of an EAC ABET accredited engineering program or have senior standing in such a program; or I have written approval from the Kentucky Board to register for this examination. I acknowledge and understand that passing this examination does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Kentucky Board may refuse to license me."

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    The Kentucky board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES as long as the examinee has an EAC ABET-accredited degree and has passed the Fundamentals of Engineering examination; or has written approval from the Kentucky Board to register with NCEES for the exam. Before registering, examinees should visit the ABET website to ensure their bachelor’s degree is from an EAC ABET-accredited program at their institution. Examinees without EAC ABET-accredited degrees or prior written approval should contact kyle.elliott@ky.gov before registering with NCEES for the exam.

    You must also acknowledge the following statement:

    "I am a graduate of an EAC-ABET accredited engineering program and have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering examination; or I have written approval from the Kentucky Board to register for this examination. I acknowledge and understand that passing this examination does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Kentucky Board may refuse to license me."

    The following items are required to be submitted to NCEES prior to PE exam registration:


    Official college transcript(s) sent directly from your institution to NCEES. The Kentucky Board requires that the transcript show you have earned an EAC (engineering) ABET-accredited bachelor’s degree; or written approval from the Kentucky Board to register with NCEES for the exam. All examinees should visit the ABET website at www.abet.org to ensure their bachelor’s degree is from an EAC ABET-accredited program at their specific institution. Examinees without EAC ABET-accredited degrees or prior written approval should contact kyle.elliot@ky.gov for pre-approval procedures before beginning the NCEES PE Exam registration process.

     

    • Verification of passage of the FE exam submitted directly from the state where you passed the exam. You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If you do not see your FE exam verified here, you must request for your FE exam to be verified in your account. To accomplish this, go to the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to click to Request Exam Verification and simply follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed the exam. Keep in mind that some state boards require ample time to process the verification, and plan accordingly.

    Once you pass your exam, you will then apply directly to the Kentucky board to continue the licensure process and will submit any required application and documentation as required by the board.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    The Kentucky board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES as long as the examinee has an EAC ABET-accredited degree and has passed the Fundamentals of Engineering examination; or has written approval from the Kentucky Board to register with NCEES for the exam. Before registering, examinees should visit the ABET website to ensure their bachelor’s degree is from an EAC ABET-accredited program at their institution. Examinees without EAC ABET-accredited degrees or prior written approval should contact kyle.elliott@ky.gov before registering with NCEES for the exam.

    You must also acknowledge the following statement:

    "I am a graduate of an EAC ABET-accredited engineering program and have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering examination; or I have written approval from the Kentucky Board to register for this examination. I acknowledge and understand that passing this examination does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Kentucky Board may refuse to license me."

    The following items are required to be submitted to NCEES prior to PE exam registration:

    • Official college transcript(s) sent directly from your institution to NCEES. The Kentucky Board requires that the transcript show you have earned an EAC (engineering) ABET-accredited bachelor’s degree; or written approval from the Kentucky Board to register with NCEES for the exam. All examinees should visit the ABET website at www.abet.org to ensure their bachelor’s degree is from an EAC ABET-accredited program at their specific institution. Examinees without EAC ABET-accredited degrees or prior written approval should contact kyle.elliot@ky.gov for pre-approval procedures before beginning the NCEES PE Exam registration process.

    • Verification of passage of the FE exam submitted directly from the state where you passed the exam. You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If you do not see your FE exam verified here, you must request for your FE exam to be verified in your account. To accomplish this, go to the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to click to Request Exam Verification and simply follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed the exam. Keep in mind that some state boards require ample time to process the verification, and plan accordingly.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Once you pass your exam, you will then apply directly to the Kentucky board to continue the licensure process and will submit any required application and documentation as required by the board.
    The Kentucky board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam. However, you must acknowledge the following statement:

    "I have reviewed and meet the Kentucky education requirements listed on their website; or I have written approval from the Kentucky Board to register for this examination. I acknowledge and understand that passing this examination does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Kentucky Board may refuse to license me."

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    The Kentucky board does not require PS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam as long as the examinee has passed the Fundamentals of Surveying examination and meets the Kentucky education requirements listed on the board’s website. All others should contact Kyle.Elliott@ky.gov before registering with NCEES.

    You must also acknowledge the following statement:
    "I have reviewed and meet the Kentucky education requirements listed on their website and have passed the Fundamentals of Surveying examination; or I have written approval from the Kentucky Board to register for this examination. I acknowledge and understand that passing this examination does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Kentucky Board may refuse to license me."

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization
    The Kentucky board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam. However, you must acknowledge the following statement:

    "I am a graduate of an EAC ABET accredited engineering program or have senior standing in such a program; or I have written approval from the Kentucky Board to register for this examination. I acknowledge and understand that passing this examination does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Kentucky Board may refuse to license me."

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    The Kentucky board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES (see deadlines below) as long as the examinee has an EAC ABET-accredited degree and has passed the Fundamentals of Engineering examination; or has written approval from the Kentucky Board to register with NCEES for the exam. Before registering, examinees should visit the ABET website to ensure their bachelor’s degree is from an EAC ABET-accredited program at their institution. Examinees without EAC ABET-accredited degrees or prior written approval should contact kyle.elliott@ky.gov before registering with NCEES for the exam.

    You must also acknowledge the following statement:

    "I am a graduate of an EAC ABET-accredited engineering program and have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering examination; or I have written approval from the Kentucky Board to register for this examination. I acknowledge and understand that passing this examination does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Kentucky Board may refuse to license me."

    The following items are required to be submitted to NCEES prior to PE exam registration:

    • Official college transcript(s) sent directly from your institution to NCEES. The Kentucky Board requires that the transcript show you have earned an EAC (engineering) ABET-accredited bachelor’s degree; or written approval from the Kentucky Board to register with NCEES for the exam. All examinees should visit the ABET website at www.abet.org to ensure their bachelor’s degree is from an EAC ABET-accredited program at their specific institution. Examinees without EAC ABET-accredited degrees or prior written approval should contact kyle.elliot@ky.gov for pre-approval procedures before beginning the NCEES PE Exam registration process.

     

    • Verification of passage of the FE exam submitted directly from the state where you passed the exam. You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If you do not see your FE exam verified here, you must request for your FE exam to be verified in your account. To accomplish this, go to the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to click to Request Exam Verification and simply follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed the exam. Keep in mind that some state boards require ample time to process the verification, and plan accordingly.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Once you pass your exam, you will then apply directly to the Kentucky board to continue the licensure process and will submit any required application and documentation as required by the board.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    The Kentucky board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES as long as the examinee has an EAC ABET-accredited degree and has passed the Fundamentals of Engineering examination; or has written approval from the Kentucky Board to register with NCEES for the exam. Before registering, examinees should visit the ABET website to ensure their bachelor’s degree is from an EAC ABET-accredited program at their institution. Examinees without EAC ABET-accredited degrees or prior written approval should contact kyle.elliott@ky.gov before registering with NCEES for the exam.

    You must also acknowledge the following statement:

    "I am a graduate of an EAC ABET-accredited engineering program and have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering examination; or I have written approval from the Kentucky Board to register for this examination. I acknowledge and understand that passing this examination does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Kentucky Board may refuse to license me."

    The following items are required to be submitted to NCEES prior to PE exam registration:

    • Official college transcript(s) sent directly from your institution to NCEES. The Kentucky Board requires that the transcript show you have earned an EAC (engineering) ABET-accredited bachelor’s degree; or written approval from the Kentucky Board to register with NCEES for the exam. All examinees should visit the ABET website at www.abet.org to ensure their bachelor’s degree is from an EAC ABET-accredited program at their specific institution. Examinees without EAC ABET-accredited degrees or prior written approval should contact kyle.elliot@ky.gov for pre-approval procedures before beginning the NCEES PE Exam registration process.

    • Verification of passage of the FE exam submitted directly from the state where you passed the exam. You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If you do not see your FE exam verified here, you must request for your FE exam to be verified in your account. To accomplish this, go to the right side of your dashboard when you log in, where there will be a link to click to Request Exam Verification and simply follow the steps to make the request to the state board where you took and passed the exam. Keep in mind that some state boards require ample time to process the verification, and plan accordingly.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Once you pass your exam, you will then apply directly to the Kentucky board to continue the licensure process and will submit any required application and documentation as required by the board.
    The Kentucky board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam. However, you must acknowledge the following statement:

    "I have reviewed and meet the Kentucky education requirements listed on their website; or I have written approval from the Kentucky Board to register for this examination. I acknowledge and understand that passing this examination does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Kentucky Board may refuse to license me."

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    The Kentucky board does not require PS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam as long as the examinee has passed the Fundamentals of Surveying examination and meets the Kentucky education requirements listed on the board’s website. All others should contact Kyle.Elliott@ky.gov before registering with NCEES.

    You must also acknowledge the following statement:
    "I have reviewed and meet the Kentucky education requirements listed on their website and have passed the Fundamentals of Surveying examination; or I have written approval from the Kentucky Board to register for this examination. I acknowledge and understand that passing this examination does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Kentucky Board may refuse to license me."

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Kentucky State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors

Website: https://kyboels.ky.gov
Contact: Kyle Elliott P.L.S.
Email: kyle.elliott@ky.gov
Phone: (800) 573-2680
Fax: (502) 573-6687
Address:Kentucky Engineering Center
160 Democrat Drive
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
United States

Members:
    Rudolph Buchheit Ph.D.
    Joshua Calico P.L.S.
    Emmanuel Collins Ph.D.
    Nicole Galavotti P.E.
    Christopher Gephart P.L.S.
    Ryan Griffith P.E.
    Doug Klein
    Michael McGhee P.E.
    Gregory Meredith P.E.
    James "Don" Pedigo II P.L.S.
    Joseph Pyles P.E.

KPEA Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    NCEES administers exams in the Republic of Korea under an agreement with the Korean Professional Engineer Association (KPEA).

    KPEA requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board. Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact KPEA directly for details.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy,the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)

    NCEES administers exams in the Republic of Korea under an agreement with the Korean Professional Engineer Association (KPEA).

    KPEA requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board. Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact KPEA directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy,the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)


    The Structural Engineering exam is not offered outside of North America.

    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    NCEES administers exams in the Republic of Korea under an agreement with the Korean Professional Engineer Association (KPEA).

    KPEA requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board. Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact KPEA directly for details.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy,the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)

    NCEES administers PE exams in the Republic of Korea under an agreement with the Korean Professional Engineer Association (KPEA)

    To sit for an exam in Korea, contact KPEA for information about its approval process. KPEA’s approval deadline is August 23, 2021 for the October 2021 exam.

    After KPEA has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (deadline: 3:00 p.m. US eastern time on August 26, 2021) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Your exam type, discipline, and/or module cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Note—In addition to the NCEES calculator policy,the following Casio calculators are allowed for non-North American test centers and exam sites: fx-912, fx-915, fx-993, fx-995, fx-570, fx-JP700, fx-JP900. (These Casio calculators must have “fx-912”, “fx-915”, “fx-993”, “fx-995”, “fx-570”, “fx-JP700”, or “fx-JP900” in their model name.)


    The Structural Engineering exam is not offered outside of North America.

    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Louisiana Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Louisiana board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Applicants for Louisiana planning to take a Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) Exam must meet these requirements to register directly with NCEES:

    (1) Applicant has graduated with a BS degree from an EAC/ABET-accredited program and has submitted a transcript to NCEES.

    (2) Applicant has passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam.

    All other applicants must apply to the Louisiana Board for authorization to take the Principles and Practice of Engineering Exams. Applicants must complete an Application for Certification to ensure you have met the educational, FE examination requirements and when applicable, the experience requirement.

    You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If your FE exam has not been verified, you will need to submit a verification request to the board where you took and passed the FE exam. Please note that a verification response may take up to 30 days and plan accordingly.

    To qualify for the auto approval process, you must meet the above referenced requirements prior to registering directly through NCEES.

    After you have confirmed verification of your FE and your transcript, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Examinees who remain categorized as “pending board approval” in their My NCEES account after submitting a transcript and having their FE verified were not accepted for auto approval by NCEES. The NCEES “pending” status means that you need to submit an application to take the examination directly to the Board for authorization to take the exam.

    **Louisiana applicants need to acknowledge they have read LAPELS rule 1315:

    1315 (B) - Reexaminations

    B. After an individual has failed a principles and practice of engineering examination, principles and practice of land surveying examination or Louisiana laws of land surveying examination in any and all jurisdictions for the seventh time, he/she is no longer eligible for licensure.

    Passing the Principles and Practice of Engineering examination alone does not guarantee that you will receive a professional engineer license. You will still need to be of good character and reputation, as well as obtain the requisite progressive engineering experience.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Applicants for Louisiana planning to take a Structural Engineering (SE) Exam must meet these requirements to register directly with NCEES:

    (1) Applicant has graduated with a BS degree from an EAC/ABET-accredited program and has submitted a verified transcript to NCEES.

    (2) Applicant has passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam.

    All other applicants must apply to the Louisiana Board for authorization to take the Principles and Practice of Engineering Exams. Applicants must complete an Application for Certification to ensure you have met the educational, FE examination requirements and when applicable, the experience requirement. 

    You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If your FE exam has not been verified, you will need to submit a verification request to the board where you took and passed the FE exam. Please note that a verification response may take up to 30 days, and plan accordingly.

    To qualify for the auto approval process, you must meet the above referenced requirements prior to registering directly through NCEES.

    After you have confirmed verification of your FE and your transcript, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the upcoming exam.

    Examinees who remain categorized as “pending board approval” in their My NCEES account after submitting a transcript and having their FE verified were not accepted for auto approval by NCEES. The NCEES “pending” status means that you need to submit an application to take the examination directly to the Board for authorization to take the exam.

    **Louisiana applicants need to acknowledge they have read LAPELS rule 1315:

    1315 (B) - Reexaminations

    B. After an individual has failed a principles and practice of engineering examination, principles and practice of land surveying examination or Louisiana laws of land surveying examination in any and all jurisdictions for the seventh time, he/she is no longer eligible for licensure.

    Passing the Principles and Practice of Engineering examination alone does not guarantee that you will receive a professional engineer license. You will still need to be of good character and reputation, as well as obtain the requisite progressive engineering experience.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    The Louisiana board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Louisiana board requires examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Louisiana board does not require FE examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Applicants for Louisiana planning to take a Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) Exam must meet these requirements to register directly with NCEES:

    (1) Applicant has graduated with a BS degree from an EAC/ABET-accredited program and has submitted a verified transcript to NCEES.

    (2) Applicant has passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam.

    All other applicants must apply to the Louisiana Board for authorization to take the Principles and Practice of Engineering Exams. Applicants must complete an Application for Certification to ensure you have met the educational, FE examination requirements and when applicable, the experience requirement. Our deadlines to apply for the paper and pencil PE exams are shown below.

    You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If your FE exam has not been verified, you will need to submit a verification request to the board where you took and passed the FE exam. Please note that a verification response may take up to 30 days, and plan accordingly.

    To qualify for the auto approval process, you must meet the above referenced requirements prior to registering directly through NCEES.

    After you have confirmed verification of your FE and your transcript, register online with NCEES (deadline: 3:00 p.m. EDT on August 20, 2020) to reserve your seat for the upcoming exam. Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline. Please be aware that the Baton Rouge exam site fills up quickly.

    Examinees who remain categorized as “pending board approval” in their My NCEES account after submitting a transcript and having their FE verified were not accepted for auto approval by NCEES. The NCEES “pending” status means that you need to submit an application to take the examination directly to the Board for authorization to take the exam.

    **Louisiana applicants need to acknowledge they have read LAPELS rule 1315:

    1315 (B) - Reexaminations

    B. After an individual has failed a principles and practice of engineering examination, principles and practice of land surveying examination or Louisiana laws of land surveying examination in any and all jurisdictions for the seventh time, he/she is no longer eligible for licensure.

    Passing the Principles and Practice of Engineering examination alone does not guarantee that you will receive a professional engineer license. You will still need to be of good character and reputation, as well as obtain the requisite progressive engineering experience.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline for approval applications to the board will be June 1, 2021. The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Applicants for Louisiana planning to take a Structural Engineering (SE) Exam must meet these requirements to register directly with NCEES:

    (1) Applicant has graduated with a BS degree from an EAC/ABET-accredited program and has submitted a verified transcript to NCEES.

    (2) Applicant has passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam.

    All other applicants must apply to the Louisiana Board for authorization to take the Principles and Practice of Engineering Exams. Applicants must complete an Application for Certification to ensure you have met the educational, FE examination requirements and when applicable, the experience requirement. 

    You can check to see if your FE exam has already been verified by looking at the right side of your dashboard when you log in and following the Exam Verification link. If your FE exam has not been verified, you will need to submit a verification request to the board where you took and passed the FE exam. Please note that a verification response may take up to 30 days, and plan accordingly.

    To qualify for the auto approval process, you must meet the above referenced requirements prior to registering directly through NCEES.

    After you have confirmed verification of your FE and your transcript, register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the upcoming exam.

    Examinees who remain categorized as “pending board approval” in their My NCEES account after submitting a transcript and having their FE verified were not accepted for auto approval by NCEES. The NCEES “pending” status means that you need to submit an application to take the examination directly to the Board for authorization to take the exam.

    **Louisiana applicants need to acknowledge they have read LAPELS rule 1315:

    1315 (B) - Reexaminations

    B. After an individual has failed a principles and practice of engineering examination, principles and practice of land surveying examination or Louisiana laws of land surveying examination in any and all jurisdictions for the seventh time, he/she is no longer eligible for licensure.

    Passing the Principles and Practice of Engineering examination alone does not guarantee that you will receive a professional engineer license. You will still need to be of good character and reputation, as well as obtain the requisite progressive engineering experience.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    The Louisiana board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Louisiana board requires examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Louisiana Professional Engineering and Land Surveying Board

Website: http://www.lapels.com
Contact: Donna Sentell
Email: donna@lapels.com
Phone: (225) 925-6291
Fax: (225) 925-6227
Address:9643 Brookline Avenue, Suite 121
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70809-1433
United States

Members:
    Edgar Benoit P.E.
    Linda Bergeron P.E.
    Constance Betts P.E.
    James Chustz P.L.S.
    Wilfred Fontenot P.L.S.
    Vijaya "VJ" Gopu Ph.D., P.E.
    Reginald Jeter P.E.
    Byron Racca P.E.
    Christopher Richard P.E.
    Chad Vosburg P.E.
    Janice Williams P.E.

Maine Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Maine board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    PE exam candidates to the Maine PE Board can register with NCEES and sit for the PE exam prior to completing an application for licensure. Exam candidates must meet the following requirements:

     

    ·      PE exam candidates must have a qualifying four-year degree, which can be an ABET-accredited engineering or engineering technology degree or equivalent, an unaccredited engineering or engineering technology degree, or a related science degree. Please contact the board office at professional.engineers@maine.gov with any questions about degrees.

     

    ·      Candidates must have a passing result on the NCEES FE exam recorded in their NCEES Record. To verify that the FE exam result is recorded, log into your MyNCEES Account and look at the right side of the dashboard. Click on the link for Exam Verification and review the Verified Exams. If the FE exam result is not listed, click on Request Verification at the top of the page and follow the steps to request verification from the state where you passed the exam.

     

    After receiving a passing result on the NCEES PE exam, Maine PE licensure candidates complete the application and pay the licensure fee for Initial Licensure.

     

    Once licensed, a Maine PE can register for and take any additional PE or SE exams without further application to the board. Additional exam results are noted in the NCEES Record.

     

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022

    SE exam candidates to the Maine PE Boardcan register with NCEES and sit for the SE exam prior to completing an application for licensure. Exam candidates must meet the following requirements:

     

    ·      SE exam candidates must have a qualifying four-year degree, which can be an ABET-accredited engineering or engineering technology degree or equivalent, an unaccredited engineering or engineering technology degree, or a related science degree. Please contact the board office at professional.engineers@maine.govwith any questions about degrees.

     

    ·     Candidates must have a passing result on the NCEES FE exam recorded in their NCEES Record. To verify that the FE exam result is recorded, log into your MyNCEES Account and look at the right side of the dashboard. Click on the link for Exam Verification and review the Verified Exams. If the FE exam result is not listed, click on Request Verification at the top of the page and follow the steps to request verification from the state where you passed the exam.

     

    After receiving a passing result on the NCEES PE exam, Maine PE licensure candidates complete the application and pay the licensure fee for Initial Licensure.

    The Maine board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Maine board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Maine board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Examinees must first apply to the Maine board for approval to sit for the exam. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process. The board’s posted deadlines for approval applications for the exams are below. After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline for applications to the board will be June 15, 2021. The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022

    SE exam candidates to the Maine PE Boardcan register with NCEES and sit for the SE exam prior to completing an application for licensure. Exam candidates must meet the following requirements:

     

    ·      SE exam candidates must have a qualifying four-year degree, which can be an ABET-accredited engineering or engineering technology degree or equivalent, an unaccredited engineering or engineering technology degree, or a related science degree. Please contact the board office at professional.engineers@maine.govwith any questions about degrees.

     

    ·     Candidates must have a passing result on the NCEES FE exam recorded in their NCEES Record. To verify that the FE exam result is recorded, log into your MyNCEES Account and look at the right side of the dashboard. Click on the link for Exam Verification and review the Verified Exams. If the FE exam result is not listed, click on Request Verification at the top of the page and follow the steps to request verification from the state where you passed the exam.

     

    After receiving a passing result on the NCEES PE exam, Maine PE licensure candidates complete the application and pay the licensure fee for Initial Licensure.

    The Maine board does not require FS examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Maine board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Maine State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers

Website: http://www.maine.gov/professionalengineers/
Contact: David Jackson Esq
Email: david.jackson@maine.gov
Phone: (207) 287-3236
Fax: (207) 287-3239
Address:92 State House Station
Augusta, Maine 04333-0092
United States

Members:
    Brent Bridges P.E.
    Mandy Holway P.E.
    Judith Pearse P.E.
    Joyce Taylor P.E.

Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    NCEES administers exams in Manitoba under an agreement with the Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba.

    Engineers Scientists Manitoba requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the association.

    The NCEES exam may only be written by Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba ASSESSMENT applicants as part of their EXAM program. This is NOT open to other membership types such as interns, members, students, etc. If you have questions, please contact Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba BEFORE registering for the FE. If you attempt to register and you are NOT an ASSESSMENT applicant, we will disallow the registration. Any fees that you have paid would be unavailable for refund.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact Engineers Scientists Manitoba directly for details.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Engineers Scientists Manitoba does not currently offer the NCEES PE exams.


    Engineers Scientists Manitoba does not currently offer the NCEES SE exams.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    NCEES administers exams in Manitoba under an agreement with the Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba.

    Engineers Scientists Manitoba requires examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the association.

    The NCEES exam may only be written by Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba ASSESSMENT applicants as part of their EXAM program. This is NOT open to other membership types such as interns, members, students, etc. If you have questions, please contact Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba BEFORE registering for the FE. If you attempt to register and you are NOT an ASSESSMENT applicant, we will disallow the registration. Any fees that you have paid would be unavailable for refund.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact Engineers Scientists Manitoba directly for details.

    A $200 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES as part of the registration process

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Engineers Scientists Manitoba does not currently offer the NCEES PE exams.


    Engineers Scientists Manitoba does not currently offer the NCEES SE exams.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Maryland Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Maryland board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    After passing the FE Exam, the candidate can apply for an EIT certification without meeting any further requirements. For an EIT certificate application, go to: https://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/pe/peapplyeit.shtml

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    First-time applicants must apply with the Maryland board to take an NCEES exam. There are varying qualification standards, so applicants should visit the board’s website for more information. Once approved, applicants must register with NCEES.

    Repeat applicants must re-register directly with NCEES, up to three attempts.

    Applicants who have failed an exam three times must apply as a first-time applicant. Applicants will be required to update work experience and education, as well as demonstrate, to the Board, that they are taking adequate measures to correct their deficiencies. Please contact the Board for more information: dloplprofessionalengineers-dllr@maryland.gov

    Licensed Professional Engineers who wish to take the PE in an additional discipline must download a paper application (Word). Completed applications should be emailed to the board (dloplprofessionalengineers-dllr@maryland.gov). 

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    First-time applicants must apply with the Maryland board to take an NCEES exam. There are varying qualification standards, so applicants should visit the board’s website for more information. For current and future approval deadlines, visit http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/pe/peexamsch.shtml. Once approved, applicants must schedule and pay a registration fee to NCEES (see deadlines below). If you have questions about the process, email the board: peeitexam@dllr.state.md.us

    Repeat applicants who have not failed the exam three times must register and pay a fee to NCEES (for current and future approval deadlines, visit http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/pe/peexamsch.shtml).

    Applicants who have failed an exam three times must apply as a first-time applicant. Applicants will be required to update work experience and education, as well as demonstrate, to the Board, that they are taking adequate measures to correct their deficiencies. Please contact the Board for more information: dloplprofessionalengineers-dllr@maryland.gov

    Licensed Professional Engineers who wish to take the PE in an additional discipline must download a paper application (Word). Completed applications should be emailed to: dloplprofessionalengineers-dllr@maryland.gov  

    Failure to apply with the Maryland Board and/or register with NCEES will preclude all applicants from sitting for an exam.

    October 20-21, 2022 Exams

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Maryland board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    The Maryland board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Maryland board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    After passing the FE Exam, the candidate can apply for an EIT certification without meeting any further requirements. For an EIT certificate application, go to: https://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/pe/peapplyeit.shtml

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    First-time applicants must apply with the Maryland board to take an NCEES exam. There are varying qualification standards, so applicants should visit the board’s website for more information. For current and future approval deadlines, visit http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/pe/peexamsch.shtml. Once approved, applicants must schedule and pay a registration fee to NCEES (see deadlines below). If you have questions about the process, email the board: peeitexam@dllr.state.md.us

    Repeat applicants who have not failed the exam three times must register and pay a fee to NCEES (for current and future approval deadlines, visit http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/pe/peexamsch.shtml).

    Applicants who have failed an exam three times must apply as a first-time applicant. Applicants will be required to update work experience and education, as well as demonstrate, to the Board, that they are taking adequate measures to correct their deficiencies. Please contact the Board for more information: dloplprofessionalengineers-dllr@maryland.gov

    Licensed Professional Engineers who wish to take the PE in an additional discipline must download a paper application (Word). Completed applications should be emailed to: dloplprofessionalengineers-dllr@maryland.gov  

    Failure to apply with the Maryland Board and/or register with NCEES will preclude all applicants from sitting for an exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    First-time applicants must apply with the Maryland board to take an NCEES exam. There are varying qualification standards, so applicants should visit the board’s website for more information. For current and future approval deadlines, visit http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/pe/peexamsch.shtml. Once approved, applicants must schedule and pay a registration fee to NCEES (see deadlines below). If you have questions about the process, email the board: peeitexam@dllr.state.md.us

    Repeat applicants who have not failed the exam three times must register and pay a fee to NCEES (for current and future approval deadlines, visit http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/pe/peexamsch.shtml).

    Applicants who have failed an exam three times must apply as a first-time applicant. Applicants will be required to update work experience and education, as well as demonstrate, to the Board, that they are taking adequate measures to correct their deficiencies. Please contact the Board for more information: dloplprofessionalengineers-dllr@maryland.gov

    Licensed Professional Engineers who wish to take the PE in an additional discipline must download a paper application (Word). Completed applications should be emailed to: dloplprofessionalengineers-dllr@maryland.gov  

    Failure to apply with the Maryland Board and/or register with NCEES will preclude all applicants from sitting for an exam.

    October 20-21, 2022 Exams

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Maryland board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    The Maryland board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Maryland State Board for Professional Engineers

Website: https://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/pe/
Contact: Zevi Thomas
Email: DLOPLProfessionalEngineers-LABOR@maryland.gov
Phone: (410) 230-6010
Fax: (410) 333-0021
Address:1100 North Eutaw Street,Room 121
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
United States

Members:
    Pastor Farinas P.E.
    Howard "Skip" Harclerode II P.E.
    Edward Hubner P.E.
    David Mongan P.E.
    Sallye Perrin P.E.
    Karl Rickert P.E.
    Justin Williams

Massachusetts Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization
    The Massachusetts board requires FE examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Examinees must have approval from the Massachusetts board before you can register for your exam and pay your fees to PCS/Virtual Inc.


    First-time applicants can find more information on the PCS/Virtual Inc. website. If your eligibility has expired (please read the MA Board Re-admittance to Examination Failure letter), contact the Massachusetts board.

    After you have been approved by the Massachusetts board, you may register online with NCEES (see deadlines below). Board-approved applicants should then pay for the exam with PCS/Virtual Inc. by the scheduling deadline.


    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.



    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must have approval from the Massachusetts board before you can register for your exam and pay your fees to PCS/Virtual Inc.

    First-time applicants can find more information on the PCS/Virtual Inc. website. If your eligibility has expired (please read the MA Board Re-admittance to Examination Failure letter), contact the Massachusetts board.

    After you have been approved by the Massachusetts board, you may register online with NCEES. Board-approved applicants should then pay for the exam with PCS/Virtual Inc. by the scheduling deadline.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Massachusetts board requires FS examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Massachusetts board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period..


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Massachusetts Board of Registration of Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors

Website: http://www.mass.gov/dpl/boards/en
Contact: Jason Wentworth
Email: engineerboard@mass.gov
Phone: (617) 727-9957
Fax: (617) 727-0139
Address:Division of Professional Licensure
1000 Washington Street, Suite 710
Boston, Massachusetts 02118-6100
United States

Members:
    Kenneth Anderson P.L.S.
    Daniel Caron P.E.
    Azuanuka "Azu" Etoniru P.E., P.L.S.
    Joyce Hastings P.L.S.
    Erin Joyce P.E.
    Maurice Pilette P.E.
    Shannon Slaughter
    Paul Tsang P.E.
    Paul "PJ" Tyrell P.E., P.L.S.
    Ronald "Ron" Willey Ph.D., P.E.

Michigan Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Michigan board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The state of Michigan recently amended Public Act 435 (Article 20) of the Occupational Code, to allow for direct registration for the engineering exam applicants. The Michigan board no longer requires examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES for the exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Once the applicant has completed their education, experience and examination requirements, they should apply directly to the board for licensure.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    The state of Michigan recently amended Public Act 435 (Article 20) of the Occupational Code, to allow for direct registration for the engineering exam applicants. The Michigan board no longer requires examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES for the exam. Once the applicant has completed their education, experience, and examination requirements, they should apply directly to the board for licensure.

    Register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam by the deadline below.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Michigan board does not require examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board before registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Michigan board does not require examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board before registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Michigan board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The state of Michigan recently amended Public Act 435 (Article 20) of the Occupational Code, to allow for direct registration for the engineering exam applicants. The Michigan board no longer requires examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES for the exam. Once the applicant has completed their education, experience, and examination requirements, they should apply directly to the board for licensure.

    Register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam by the deadline below.


    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    The state of Michigan recently amended Public Act 435 (Article 20) of the Occupational Code, to allow for direct registration for the engineering exam applicants. The Michigan board no longer requires examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES for the exam. Once the applicant has completed their education, experience, and examination requirements, they should apply directly to the board for licensure.

    Register online with NCEES to reserve your seat for the exam by the deadline below.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Michigan board does not require examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board before registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Michigan board does not require examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board before registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Michigan State Board of Professional Engineers

Website: http://www.michigan.gov/engineers
Contact: Kerry Przybylo
Email: bplhelp@michigan.gov
Phone: (517) 241-0199
Fax: (517) 241-0035
Address:P. O. Box 30670
Lansing, Michigan 48909
United States

Members:
    Brett Dodge P.S.
    Dima El-Gamal P.E.
    Brett Karl
    Nancy McClain P.E.
    Dietta McKinney
    Dax Richer
    Deveron Sanders P.E.
    Steven Warren P.E.

Minnesota Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    Applicants who are within 32 semester credits of graduation (generally, senior year) or have graduated from an EAC-ABET accredited baccalaureate program in engineering are automatically eligible to sit for an NCEES exam. Such applicants do not need to obtain approval from the Minnesota Board prior to registering for the FE exam with NCEES.

    Applicants who have completed a minimum of 24 semester credits toward or have graduated with an EAC-ABET accredited graduate degree in engineering are automatically eligible to sit for an NCEES exam. Such applicants do not need to obtain approval from the Minnesota Board prior to registering for the FE exam with NCEES.

    Applicants who are not enrolled or have not graduated from an EAC-ABET accredited baccalaureate program must submit an application and $25 fee to the Minnesota Board for approval to sit for the FE exam. Once approved, applicants may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. For the Board's application, please visit the Board's website at: http://mn.gov/aelslagid/engineering.html.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Examinees must first apply to the Minnesota board for approval to sit for the exam in Minnesota. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process.

    The application deadline for those taking a CBT single-date PE exam should visit the board’s website.

    If you have failed the exam, you must submit a new application to the Board and obtain approval prior to registering to retake the exam. Applications are available at: http://mn.gov/aelslagid/engineering.html.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2021 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Minnesota board for approval to sit for the exam in Minnesota (see deadlines below). Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process.

    If you have failed the exam, you must submit a new application to the Board and obtain approval prior to registering to retake the exam. Applications are available at: http://mn.gov/aelslagid/engineering.html.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (deadlines below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    October 20-21, 2022 EXAMS

    The deadline for approval applications to the board will be August 8, 2022. The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Minnesota board requires examinees to submit an application and obtain approval prior to registering for the exam.

    If you have failed the exam, you must submit a new application to the Board and obtain approval prior to registering to retake the exam.

    Applications are available at: http://mn.gov/aelslagid/landsurveying.html

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Minnesota board requires examinees to submit an application and obtain approval prior to registering for the exam.

    If you have failed the exam, you must submit a new application to the Board and obtain approval prior to registering to retake the exam.

    Applications are available at: http://mn.gov/aelslagid/landsurveying.html

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    Applicants who are within 32 semester credits of graduation (generally, senior year) or have graduated from an EAC-ABET accredited baccalaureate program in engineering are automatically eligible to sit for an NCEES exam. Such applicants do not need to obtain approval from the Minnesota Board prior to registering for the FE exam with NCEES.

    Applicants who have completed a minimum of 24 semester credits toward or have graduated with an EAC-ABET accredited graduate degree in engineering are automatically eligible to sit for an NCEES exam. Such applicants do not need to obtain approval from the Minnesota Board prior to registering for the FE exam with NCEES.

    Applicants who are not enrolled or have not graduated from an EAC-ABET accredited baccalaureate program must submit an application and $25 fee to the Minnesota Board for approval to sit for the FE exam. Once approved, applicants may register with NCEES to schedule an exam. For the Board's application, please visit the Board's website at: http://mn.gov/aelslagid/engineering.html.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Examinees must first apply to the Minnesota board for approval to sit for the exam in Minnesota (see deadlines below). Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process.

    If you have failed the exam, you must submit a new application to the Board and obtain approval prior to registering to retake the exam. Applications are available at: http://mn.gov/aelslagid/engineering.html.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (deadlines below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline for approval applications to the board will be August 9, 2021. The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as imiportant exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2021 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Minnesota board for approval to sit for the exam in Minnesota (see deadlines below). Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process.

    If you have failed the exam, you must submit a new application to the Board and obtain approval prior to registering to retake the exam. Applications are available at: http://mn.gov/aelslagid/engineering.html.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (deadlines below) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    October 20-21, 2022 EXAMS

    The deadline for approval applications to the board will be August 8, 2022. The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Minnesota board requires examinees to submit an application and obtain approval prior to registering for the exam.

    If you have failed the exam, you must submit a new application to the Board and obtain approval prior to registering to retake the exam.

    Applications are available at: http://mn.gov/aelslagid/landsurveying.html

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Minnesota board requires examinees to submit an application and obtain approval prior to registering for the exam.

    If you have failed the exam, you must submit a new application to the Board and obtain approval prior to registering to retake the exam.

    Applications are available at: http://mn.gov/aelslagid/landsurveying.html

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Minnesota State Board of Architecture, Engineering, Land Surveying, Landscape Architecture, Geoscience, and Interior Design

Website: http://mn.gov/aelslagid
Contact: Doreen Johnson
Email: aelslagid@state.mn.us
Phone: (651) 296-2388
Fax: (651) 297-5310
Address:85 East Seventh Place, Suite 160
St. Paul, Minnesota 55101
United States

Members:
    Jason Amberg
    Daniel Baar L.S.
    Paul Brandt
    Rachel Dwyer
    Eric Friske
    Sally Grans Korsh
    Scott Holm
    Alan Johnson P.E.
    Denise Kazmierczak P.E.
    Daniel Kelsey P.E.
    Erica Larson
    Jami Neiber
    Margaret "Meg" Parsons
    Keith Rapp
    Tari Rayala
    Claudia Reichert
    Melisa Rodriguez
    Graham Sones
    David Stenseth
    Travis Thul P.E.
    Paul Vogel L.S.

Mississippi Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization
    The Mississippi board requires FE examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    The Mississippi Board does not require examinees who meet the established credentials below to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering for examination with NCEES providing they can attest to the following:

     I attest that I am seeking licensure in the state of Mississippi and meet the following credentials:

    1.   I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from an EAC/ABET-accredited program.

    NOTE: An engineering technology degree (ETAC) does NOT meet the educational requirements.

    2.   I have taken and passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Examination.

    3.   I am a Mississippi resident.

    4.   I acknowledge and understand that passing this exam does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Mississippi Board may refuse to license me.

    If you cannot attest to the aforementioned credentials and do not have the FE exam and your education VERIFIED in your NCEES account, STOP and DO NOT continue with the NCEES direct registration process to take the NCEES Principles & Practice of Engineering Examination as a Mississippi applicant as you are not eligible for the direct registration process. Instead, you are encouraged to view the Board’s website at www.pepls.state.ms.us to determine if you meet other avenues for licensure.

    AFTER you have taken and successfully passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Examination; the NCEES Principles & Practice of Engineering Examination; AND, have obtained four (4) full years of qualifying engineering experience from the date you received your ABET EAC accredited degree in engineering, you are then eligible to complete the Mississippi “licensure application” which can be accessed via the following link:  https://www.pepls.state.ms.us/pepls/web.nsf/webpages/LN_AF_PAGE_FORM?OpenDocumentss.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    The Mississippi Board does not require examinees who meet the established credentials below to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering for examination with NCEES providing they can attest to the following:

     I attest that I am seeking licensure in the state of Mississippi and meet the following credentials:

    1.   I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from an EAC/ABET-accredited program and it is verified by NCEES.

    NOTE: An engineering technology degree (ETAC) does NOT meet the educational requirements.

    2.   I have taken and passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Examination and it is officially verified in my account.

    3.   I am a Mississippi resident.

    4.   I acknowledge and understand that passing this exam does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Mississippi Board may refuse to license me.

    If you cannot attest to the aforementioned credentials and do not have the FE exam and your education VERIFIED in your NCEES account, STOP and DO NOT continue with the NCEES direct registration process to take the NCEES Principles & Practice of Engineering Examination as a Mississippi applicant as you are not eligible for the direct registration process. Instead, you are encouraged to view the Board’s website at www.pepls.state.ms.us to determine if you meet other avenues for licensure.

    AFTER you have taken and successfully passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Examination; the NCEES Principles & Practice of Engineering Examination; AND, have obtained four (4) full years of qualifying engineering experience from the date you received your ABET EAC accredited degree in engineering, you are then eligible to complete the Mississippi “licensure application” which can be accessed via the following link:  https://www.pepls.state.ms.us/pepls/web.nsf/webpages/LN_AF_PAGE_FORM?OpenDocument

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.
    The Mississippi board requires FS examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    The Mississippi board requires PS examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization
    The Mississippi board requires FE examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    The Mississippi Board does not require examinees who meet the established credentials below to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering for examination with NCEES (see deadlines below) providing they can attest to the following:

     I attest that I am seeking licensure in the state of Mississippi and meet the following credentials:

    1.   I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from an EAC/ABET-accredited program and it is verified by NCEES.

    NOTE: An engineering technology degree (ETAC) does NOT meet the educational requirements.

    2.   I have taken and passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Examination and it is officially verified in my account.

    3.   I am a Mississippi resident.

    4.   I acknowledge and understand that passing this exam does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Mississippi Board may refuse to license me.

    If you cannot attest to the aforementioned credentials and do not have the FE exam and your education VERIFIED in your NCEES account, STOP and DO NOT continue with the NCEES direct registration process to take the NCEES Principles & Practice of Engineering Examination as a Mississippi applicant as you are not eligible for the direct registration process. Instead, you are encouraged to view the Board’s website at www.pepls.state.ms.us to determine if you meet other avenues for licensure.

    AFTER you have taken and successfully passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Examination; the NCEES Principles & Practice of Engineering Examination; AND, have obtained four (4) full years of qualifying engineering experience from the date you received your ABET EAC accredited degree in engineering, you are then eligible to complete the Mississippi “licensure application” which can be accessed via the following link:  https://www.pepls.state.ms.us/pepls/web.nsf/webpages/LN_AF_PAGE_FORM?OpenDocument


    OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    The Mississippi Board does not require examinees who meet the established credentials below to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering for examination with NCEES providing they can attest to the following:

     I attest that I am seeking licensure in the state of Mississippi and meet the following credentials:

    1.   I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from an EAC/ABET-accredited program and it is verified by NCEES.

    NOTE: An engineering technology degree (ETAC) does NOT meet the educational requirements.

    2.   I have taken and passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Examination and it is officially verified in my account.

    3.   I am a Mississippi resident.

    4.   I acknowledge and understand that passing this exam does not guarantee future licensure and that if I misrepresent my credentials in this acknowledgment, the Mississippi Board may refuse to license me.

    If you cannot attest to the aforementioned credentials and do not have the FE exam and your education VERIFIED in your NCEES account, STOP and DO NOT continue with the NCEES direct registration process to take the NCEES Principles & Practice of Engineering Examination as a Mississippi applicant as you are not eligible for the direct registration process. Instead, you are encouraged to view the Board’s website at www.pepls.state.ms.us to determine if you meet other avenues for licensure.

    AFTER you have taken and successfully passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Examination; the NCEES Principles & Practice of Engineering Examination; AND, have obtained four (4) full years of qualifying engineering experience from the date you received your ABET EAC accredited degree in engineering, you are then eligible to complete the Mississippi “licensure application” which can be accessed via the following link:  https://www.pepls.state.ms.us/pepls/web.nsf/webpages/LN_AF_PAGE_FORM?OpenDocument

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.
    The Mississippi board requires FS examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    The Mississippi board requires PS examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.

    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Mississippi Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Surveyors

Website: https://www.pepls.ms.gov/
Contact: Mark Humphreys
Email: mhumphreys@pepls.state.ms.us
Phone: (601) 359-6160
Fax: (601) 359-6159
Address:660 North Street
Ste. 400
Jackson, Mississippi 39202
United States

Members:
    Michael "Blake" Collins P.S.
    Carey Hardin P.E.
    Joseph Lauderdale P.E.
    Patrick Martino P.L.S.
    William Mitchell P.E., P.L.S.
    James Tidwell P.L.S.
    Sarah Tracy P.E.
    Dennis Truax Ph.D., P.E.
    Steven Twedt P.E.

Missouri Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Missouri board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Missouri Board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering for examination with NCEES providing they can attest to the following:

    I attest that I meet the following credentials:

    1.   I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc. (ABET) or one that has been approved by the Board.; AND,

    2.   Have taken and passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Examination.

    NOTE: An engineering technology degree does NOT meet the educational requirements.

    If you cannot attest to the aforementioned credentials, do not have the FE exam and your education transcript VERIFIED in your NCEES account, STOP and DO NOT continue with the NCEES direct registration process to take the NCEES Principles & Practice of Engineering Examination as a Missouri applicant as you are not eligible for the direct registration process. Instead, you are encouraged to view the Board’s website at https://pr.mo.gov/apelsla to determine if you meet other avenues for licensure.

    NOTICE: If you are registering as a Missouri Exam Candidate, your exam registration will not be approved by the Missouri Board until you have verified that you have successfully passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering examination and have had your ABET-accredited Bachelor of Science degree transcript verified through your NCEES account; NO EXCEPTIONS.

    AFTER you have taken and successfully passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Examination; the NCEES Principles & Practice of Engineering Examination; AND, have obtained four (4) full years of engineering experience from the date you received your ABET accredited degree in engineering, you are eligible to complete the Missouri “licensure application” which can be accessed via the following link: https://pr.mo.gov/boards/apelsla/375-1067.pdf.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Missouri does not offer the Structural Engineering exams.

    The Missouri board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    You must meet the education and experience requirements of Section 327.312, RSMo.: http://www.moga.mo.gov/mostatutes/ChaptersIndex/chaptIndex327.html

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Missouri board requires examinees taking the exam for the first time to submit an application and pay an application filing fee to the Board. You must have taken and passed the NCEES FS Exam, have four years of land surveying experience after enrollment, and meet the education and experience requirements of Section 327.312, RSMo.: http://www.moga.mo.gov/mostatutes/ChaptersIndex/chaptIndex327.html

    Re-exam applicants do not need to seek additional approval from the Missouri Board, but can instead register directly with NCEES for any subsequent exam administrations.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.
    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Missouri board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Missouri Board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering for an exam with NCEES (see deadline below) providing they can attest to the following: 

    I attest that I meet the following credentials:

    1.   I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc. (EAC/ABET) and it is verified by NCEES, or one that has been approved by the Board.; AND,

    2.   Have taken and passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Examination and it is officially verified in my account.

    NOTE: An engineering technology degree does NOT meet the educational requirements.

    If you cannot attest to the aforementioned credentials, and do not have the FE exam and your education transcript VERIFIED in your NCEES account, STOP and DO NOT continue with the NCEES direct registration process to take the NCEES Principles & Practice of Engineering Examination as a Missouri applicant as you are not eligible for the direct registration process. Instead, you are encouraged to view the Board’s website at https://pr.mo.gov/apelsla to determine if you meet other avenues for licensure.

    NOTICE: If you are registering as a Missouri Exam Candidate, your exam registration will not be approved by the Missouri Board until you have verified that you have successfully passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering examination and have had your ABET accredited Bachelor of Science degree transcript verified through your NCEES account; NO EXCEPTIONS.

    OCTOBER 2021 EXAMS

    The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be at 3:00 p.m. eastern time on August 26, 2021.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    AFTER you have taken and successfully passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Examination; the NCEES Principles & Practice of Engineering Examination; AND, have obtained four (4) full years of engineering experience from the date you received your ABET accredited degree in engineering, you are eligible to complete the Missouri “licensure application” which can be accessed via the following link: https://pr.mo.gov/boards/apelsla/375-1067.pdf.


    Missouri does not offer the Structural Engineering exams.

    The Missouri board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    You must meet the education and experience requirements of Section 327.312, RSMo.: http://www.moga.mo.gov/mostatutes/ChaptersIndex/chaptIndex327.html

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Missouri board requires examinees taking the exam for the first time to submit an application and pay an application filing fee to the Board. You must have taken and passed the NCEES FS Exam, have four years of land surveying experience after enrollment, and meet the education and experience requirements of Section 327.312, RSMo.: http://www.moga.mo.gov/mostatutes/ChaptersIndex/chaptIndex327.html

    Re-exam applicants do not need to seek additional approval from the Missouri Board, but can instead register directly with NCEES for any subsequent exam administrations.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.
    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors, and Professional Landscape Architects

Website: http://pr.mo.gov/apelsla.asp
Contact: Judy Kempker
Email: moapels@pr.mo.gov
Phone: (573) 751-0047
Fax: (573) 751-8046
Address:3605 Missouri Boulevard, Suite 380
Jefferson City, Missouri 65109
United States

Members:
    Stephen Bubanovich P.E.
    Sherry Cooper
    Eric Davis
    Noel Fehr
    Robert Greer
    Robert "Bob" Hartnett
    Jerrod Hogan P.L.S.
    Mark Nolte P.L.S.
    Michael Popp
    James "JC" Rearden
    Robert "Bob" Shotts P.L.S.
    Kevin Skibiski P.E., S.E., P.L.S.
    Amy Strauss P.E.
    F. Shane Terhune P.L.S.

Montana Requirements and Registration Details

  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Montana board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Examinees must first apply to the Montana board for approval to sit for the exam in Montana. Visit the board’s website for instructions on the approval process.

    Repeat examinees should contact the board prior to registering.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Montana Board for approval to sit for the exam.

    Applicants for the October 2022 exam who require Board of PELS review must have all required information submitted to the Board by July 15, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Repeat examinees should contact the Board and submit the required Montana paperwork and fees prior to registering with NCEES.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (deadlines above) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Montana board requires FS examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Montana board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam scheduling

    Examinees register and schedule appointments through their MyNCEES accounts. During the registration process, examinees select their exam location. Next, they are presented with a list of available exam dates. If examinees are not happy with the choices, they can browse through the available dates at other NCEES-approved test centers.

  • Exam results

    Exam results are typically available within 7–10 business days. You will receive an email notification from NCEES with instructions to view your exam results in your MyNCEES account. Results will include a link to your licensing board for additional state-specific information or instructions. All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    Refer to the section on computer-based exams in the NCEES Examinee Guide for information about cancellations, refunds, rescheduling, and discipline changes.

  • Resources
  • Exam registration and authorization

    The Montana board does not require examinees to submit an application or an additional fee prior to registering with NCEES and scheduling an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    Examinees must first apply to the Montana Board for approval to sit for the exam in Montana.

    Applicants for the October 2021 exam in Montana who require Board of PELS review must have all required information submitted to the Board by Friday, July 23, 2021. Only applications that are complete, with all elements received by that date, will be considered by the Board at its August 26, 2021 meeting. (NOTE: Not all applications require board review.) The deadline to register with NCEES for this exam will be Thursday, August 26, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. eastern time.


    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2021-exam-administration-updates/

    Repeat examinees should contact the Board and submit the required Montana paperwork and fees prior to registering with NCEES.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (deadlines above) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.


    Registration for the October 20-21, 2022 PE Structural Engineering exams will open June 13, 2022 after 10:00am eastern time, and close at 3:00pm eastern time on August 25, 2022.

    Examinees must first apply to the Montana Board for approval to sit for the exam.

    Applicants for the October 2022 exam who require Board of PELS review must have all required information submitted to the Board by July 15, 2022.

    Please read here for important information on the date your exam will be given, as well as important exam site procedures: https://ncees.org/october-2022-pe-structural-exam-administration/

    Repeat examinees should contact the Board and submit the required Montana paperwork and fees prior to registering with NCEES.

    After the board has notified you of your approval, register online with NCEES (deadlines above) to reserve your seat for the exam.

    Your exam type, discipline, module, and/or site cannot be changed after the NCEES registration deadline.

    The Montana board requires FS examinees to submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    The Montana board requires PS examinees to first submit an application and/or pay an application fee to the board. Examinees should contact the board directly for details.

    Once approved, examinees may register with NCEES to schedule an exam.

    Examinees will be provided one attempt per testing window and no more than three attempts in a 12-month period.


    register
  • Exam sites and fees
    Exam Locations

    Visit https://account.ncees.org/sites

    Registration Fees
    Exam
    Registration Fee
    FE (CBT)
    $175.00
    PE (CBT)
    $375.00
  • Exam results

    When results have been released to the board (typically 8–10 weeks after the exam) and validated, NCEES will send an email informing you that your exam result can be accessed through your MyNCEES account.

    All results are reported as pass or fail. If you fail the examination, you will receive a diagnostic report showing your performance for each of the major topics covered on the exam. You will not receive a diagnostic report if you pass the examination.

  • Cancellations and refunds

    You may cancel your exam registration through your MyNCEES account any time before the NCEES registration deadline. Refunds will include exam fees paid to NCEES during the registration process, minus a $50 processing fee.

    Funds may not be transferred to a later exam administration date. After the NCEES registration deadline, registrations may not be canceled and fees will not be refunded.

    If, on the day of the exam, you are unable to attend for one of the following reasons, you may submit documentation to request a refund of your fees (less the $50 processing fee). Documentation must be submitted to NCEES within 30 days of the exam date.

    • Illness, either yourself or immediate family member who requires your care
    • Death of an immediate family member
    • Disabling traffic accident
    • Court appearance or jury duty
    • Military duty
  • Resources

Licensing Board Information

Montana Board of Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors

Website: http://www.engineer.mt.gov
Contact: Sam Hunthausen
Email: Samuel.hunthausen@mt.gov
Phone: (406) 841-2360
Fax: (406) 841-2305
Address:PO Box 200513
301 S Park 4th Floor
Helena, Montana 59620-0513
United States

Members:
    Ruhul Amin P.E.
    Ronald Drake P.E.
    Wallace "Wally" Gladstone P.E., P.L.S.
    Pat Goodover
    Ray Gross Jr P.E., P.L.S.
    Troy Jensen P.L.S.
    Thomas "Tom" Pankratz P.E.
    Byron Stahly P.E.

Nebraska Requirements and Registration Details