Over the coming months, NSPE will release four more state assessments to answer key questions and provide vital information for all NSPE members. In addition, NSPE state societies will be able to utilize this valuable information in their interactions with state licensure board members, state legislators, and policymakers to support professional engineers and protect the public health, safety, and welfare.
Among the many questions the assessments will address include answers to the following questions:
- Which states require self-reporting of all disciplinary actions?
- Which states permit graduates from ABET-accredited Engineering Technology programs to apply for a license?
- Which states regulate structural engineering practice and titles?
- Which states permit digital signatures and seal on engineering documents?
Expected Release Dates:
September 12, 2018: Digital Sign and Seal Requirements for Engineering Documents
October 17, 2018: Does Your State Allow Engineering Technology Degree Graduates to Apply for Licensure?
November 14, 2018: State Requirements for the Practice of Structural Engineering
December 12, 2018: Disciplinary Self-Reporting Requirements for Professional Engineers
All NSPE members have unlimited access to a series of valuable state assessments, including Continuing Education Requirements for Professional Engineers, Exemptions to Engineering Licensure Laws, and State Licensing Fees for Professional Engineers.
As states continue to amend state laws and regulations, it is vitally important for professional engineers to fully understand the laws and regulations that directly impact their practice.