Earning a professional engineering license requires a candidate to meet specific education and experience requirements and successfully complete two exams. The education requirements vary by state. In some cases, a degree in engineering technology from an accredited program is enough; however, in others it is not. NSPE members now have free access to a new report that provides a state-by-state summary of state laws that unconditionally allow, allow with extra education and experience, and do not allow graduates with an engineering technology bachelor’s degree from ABET-accredited programs to apply for licensure as professional engineers. Learn more about this report and others on state laws and regulations related to engineering practice.
Which States Permit Graduates from ABET-Accredited Engineering Technology Programs to Apply for a License?
Monday, October 29, 2018