AEI is responsible for the development and maintenance of the Architectural Engineering PE Exam Licensure administered by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES). This exam is ideal for engineering candidates who want a licensure exam that addresses areas directly related to buildings and building systems. AE PE Exam History

The AE PE Exam covers:

  • Building systems integration
  • Electrical systems
  • Mechanical systems
  • Structural systems
  • Project management and construction administration

The AE PE Exam is recognized in Puerto Rico and within the United States excluding the following states: Alaska, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon, and Vermont. Check the map for your state status. Examinees should check with their licensing board directly to confirm if AE PE exam is accepted as part of that jurisdiction’s licensure requirements.

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Architectural Engineering PE Exam Review

A four-part series

Prepare with ASCE’s AE PE Exam Review Series to gain confidence to pass the exam. Four content areas are covered in this review series: electrical systems, mechanical systems, structural systems, and project management and construction administration. During live sessions, the instructors will review tools and strategies to prepare and pass the exam and solve problems in a step-by-step manner to prepare you for the AM and PM exam. These courses also serve as refreshers for AEs seeking to refresh their knowledge base in a secondary or tertiary AE technical sector currently outside of their primary practice.

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