NSPE is providing these resources so NSPE members, state societies, the broader engineering community, and the public can better understand the laws and regulations that define the issues that affect the professional engineer. These assessments are intended to provide useful information that NSPE and its state societies can share with policymakers and the public to protect the public health, safety, and welfare.
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- Can Engineering Technology Graduates Earn a PE License?
- Continuing Education Requirements for Professional Engineers
- Defining the Practice of Engineering
- Digital Signing and Sealing of Engineering Documents
- Disciplinary Self-Reporting Requirements
- Education and Experience Requirements for Professional Engineers
- Exemptions to Engineering Licensure Laws
- State Licensing Fees for Professional Engineers
- Sunset Review of Engineering Licensing Boards
- Violations and Enforcement of Engineering Licensing Laws
- When Can I Take the PE Exam?
- Which States Regulate Structural Engineering Practice and Titles?