Engineering License Renewal
Every state has an engineering board that regulates the practice of engineering. The requirements to become licensed as an engineer are consistent from state to state. Engineers must complete a four-year engineering degree, train under a Professional Engineer for at least four years, pass two competency exams, and apply for a license from their state’s engineering board. Once a license has been issued, the PE must keep it current through periodic license renewal.
Professional Engineer License Renewal Requirements for All 50 States
To find out how to renew a professional engineering license in a specific state, click on the interactive state map below.
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