Utah Professional Engineer Continuing Education Requirements

Continuing Education Requirements for Utah PEs

The Utah Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors Licensing Board regulates the practice of engineering and establishes continuing education requirements for Utah engineers. Professional engineers in Utah must complete 30 PDH hours every two years and a maximum of 15 credits can be carried forward to the next renewal cycle. CEU courses must be technical in nature or aimed at improving the competence of the licensee. License renewal is March 31st of every odd year.

Listed below are the Utah professional engineer (PE) license renewal requirements.

No of PDH hours required 30 PDH
Renewal period March 31st of odd numbered years
Provider approval The Board does not pre-approve course providers
Course content approval The course must have an “identifiable clear statement of purpose and defined objective for the educational program directly related to the practice of a professional engineer or professional structural engineer.”
Maximum PDH hours to carry over 15 PDH
Online courses No limit on online courses. For meeting the continuing professional competency requirements through online courses, the course must require the participant to show evidence of completion. PDH-Pro courses meet this requirement by providing a certificate of completion after participant passes a quiz.
State Board Website https://dopl.utah.gov/eng/index.html


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