State Requirements for Engineering Continuing Education

State Requirements

Currently, forty-two states require continuing professional competency (CPC) for Licensed Professional Engineers. If you are licensed in any one of these states, you are required to satisfy the continuing education requirements mandated by your State Licensing Board. For specific information regarding your CPC requirements, click on your state of licensure.

States listed to the right require professional engineers to complete continuing education for license renewal. Click on your state to check your PDH requirements. Check out our state-specific packages  to help you meet all of your state Engineering Board’s requirements.

Detailed Review of Continuing Education Rules

In addition to the summaries listed in the right-hand column, we also prepared detailed summaries of the continuing education requirements for each state. Check out your state’s requirements, and strategies for meeting the CEU goals, in the following articles.

Alabama | Alaska | Arizona | Arkansas | California | Colorado | Connecticut
Delaware | Florida | Georgia | Hawaii | Idaho | Illinois | Indiana | Iowa
Kansas | Kentucky | Louisiana | Maine | Maryland | Massachusetts
| Minnesota | Mississippi | Missouri | Montana | Nebraska
Nevada | New Hampshire | New Jersey | New Mexico | New York
North Carolina | North Dakota | Ohio | Oklahoma | Oregon | Pennsylvania
Rhode Island | South Carolina | South Dakota | Tennessee | Texas | Utah
Vermont | Virginia | Washington | West Virginia | Wisconsin | Wyoming

States That Pre-Approve Course Providers

Some state engineering boards pre-approve CEU providers. A few also pre-approve individual courses. The following states require you to complete courses from sponsors that are approved by the board.

The Sate of Florida also pre-approves specific courses.

States That Require Engineering Ethics and Professional Conduct Courses

Currently, 12 state engineering boards require professional engineers to earn continuing education credits in the area of engineering ethics and professional conduct.

  • Wisconsin – 2 PDH (ethics and professional conduct)
  • Texas- 1 PDH
  • New Jersey- 2 PDH
  • Maryland- 1 PDH (ethics or state laws)
  • Indiana- 1 PDH
  • Minnesota- 2 PDH
  • New York- 1 PDH
  • Mississippi- 1 PDH
  • Louisiana- 1 PDH
  • Iowa- 2 PDH
  • Delaware- 3 PDH
  • Florida – 1 PDH (Florida laws and rules) and 1 PDH (ethics)

This article provides a detailed analysis of the ethics requirements for each of these states.

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