Getting Licensed and Certified

  • The practice of civil engineering is governed by the individual states whose licensing laws and requirements vary.  The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), a non-profit organization composed of engineering and land surveying licensing boards representing all U.S states and territories, has licensing requirements for your state.  Having a professional engineer's license means you have accepted both the technical and the ethical obligations of the engineering profession.  

  • Sitting for the upcoming P.E. Civil, S.E., or P.E. Environmental Exam?

    Assure that you are adequately prepared for one of the most pivotal steps in your career by reviewing with an ASCE Exam Review Course.  Each course covers topics and material that have a high probability of appearing on the exam. The next opportunity to sit for the exams is April 17-18, 2015.

    Still exploring or not sure you are ready to sit for an Exam?

    An ASCE Members Only benefit provides you with free access to a 1-hour on-demand eLearning webinar that walks you step-by-step through the examination and licensure processes.

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