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Multi-State License Additional Requirements

Multi-State License: Supplemental State Requirements

If you are registered in multiple states, you can purchase one of our multi-state packages to satisfy the continuing education requirements of each state. Select the state-specific course(s) listed below to satisfy the combined requirements of multiple state engineering boards.  These courses address state engineering laws, codes and professional ethics to address the unique aspects each engineering board requires. Simply purchase the multi-state package, and then add the appropriate state specific courses to complete your license renewals. If a state you are licensed in does not appear in the table below, then the multi-state package is not appropriate for that state, and you should contact customer service for assistance.

StateSupplemental CourseCEUs Special Requirements
AlabamaAlabama Rules and Regulations30Must be relevant to the profession of engineering and may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.
AlaskaAlaska Rules and Regulations24
GeorgiaGeorgia Rules and Regulations30Must be relevant to the profession of engineering and may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.
IdahoIdaho Rules and Regulations30DH units must come from two or more activities listed on state board Web site.
IllinoisIllinois Rules, Laws and Ethics30Must be relevant to the profession of engineering and may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.
Indiana

Indiana Statutes  & Engineering Ethics

30One PDH must be Ethics related. One PDH must be in Indiana statutes and laws.
KansasKansas Rules and Regulations30Must be relevant to the profession of engineering and may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.
KentuckyKentucky Rules and Regulations30
MaineMaine Rules and Regulations30Engineering related learning and activities.
MarylandMaryland Rules and Laws24
Minnesota

Minnesota Rules and Laws  & Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct

24Must be related to public health, safety, and welfare. Enhance and expand skills and knowledge and abilities of practicing professional. Two PDHs must be in engineering ethics.
MississippiEngineering Ethics15One PDHs ethics training every two years.
MissouriMissouri Rules and Regulations30Must be relevant to the profession of engineering and may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.
NebraskaNebraska Rules and Regulations30Must be training relevant to practice of Engineering.
New HampshireNH Rules and Regulations30Must be relevant to the profession of engineering and may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.
New JerseyEthics & Standards of Conduct for New Jersey Engineers242 hours must focus on professional practice ethics.
New MexicoEthics and Standards of Professional Conduct302 hours must be in ethics during the two-year reporting period. Must be relevant to the profession of engineering and may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.
North CarolinaEthics and Standards of Professional Conduct15Must be relevant to the profession of engineering and may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.
North DakotaNorth Dakota Rules and Regulations30Any activity to expand, improve skills and knowledge relevant to the field of practice.
OhioOhio Rules and Regulations15The continuing professional development requirement may be satisfied by coursework or activities dealing with technical, ethical, or managerial topics relevant to the practice of engineering or surveying.
OklahomaOklahoma Rules and Regulations30Must be relevant to the profession of engineering and may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.
PennsylvaniaPennsylvania Rules and Laws24Continuing professional competency obtained by a licensee should maintain, improve or expand skills and knowledge obtained prior to initial licensure or develop new and relevant skills and knowledge.
South CarolinaSouth Carolina Rules and Laws30Must be relevant to the profession of engineering and may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.
South DakotaSouth Dakota Rules and Regulations30At least 20 PDH must be in technical subjects that lead to further professional development in the licensee’s field of practice and no more than 10 hours in professional management subjects.
TennesseeTennessee Rules and Regulations24At least 13 PDHs must address public health, safety and welfare issues. Remainder must be relevant to the profession of engineering and may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.
TexasTexas Laws & Rules15At least one PDH must be in professional ethics, roles and responsibilities of professional engineering, or review of the Texas Engineering Practice Act and board Rules.
VirginiaVirginia Rules and Regulations16
West VirginiaWest Virginia Rules and Regulations30Must be relevant to the profession of engineering and may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.
WyomingWyoming Rules and Regulations30Must be relevant to the profession of engineering and may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.