DCP: Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors Licensing

Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors Licensing

 

  

 

NEW!  Procedures for release of October 2013 exam results

 

CHANGES TO EXAMS

FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGINEERING (FE) & FUNDAMENTALS OF LAND SURVEYING (FS) EXAMS

Beginning in January 2014 the FE and FS examinations will be delivered in a computer-based format. The examinations will be offered in two-month testing windows four times a year. Candidates may only take the examination one time per testing window and no more than three times in a twelve month period. 

 

Connecticut has chosen the automatic model for approval, which is that examinees will be allowed to register directly with NCEES without prior approval by the Board.

 

FE and FS candidates who would like to be certified in Connecticut may register with NCEES at www.ncees.org beginning November 4, 2013. Candidates will pay NCEES the examination fee and will schedule their examination in their NCEES account. Candidates will then take their examination at a Pearson VUE testing location. Candidates will be required to read the NCEES Examinee Guide at http://ncees.org/exams/cbt/examinee-guide/

 

Upon receipt of a passing examination status you may apply with the Connecticut Board by obtaining an application at (www.ct.gov/dcp ) if you want to become certified as an engineer-in-training or surveyor-in-training. Please note that you must meet the Board’s regulations.

 

 

PRINCIPLES & PRACTICE OF ENGINEERING/ PRINCIPLES & PRACTICE OF LAND SURVEYING / CT 2-HOUR STATE EXAMS:

  • These exams require prior board approval before you can register with NCEES.
  • Applications may be obtained from our website at www.ct.gov/dcp .
  • You must meet the deadline dates for the Board to review and approve applications.
  • April 2014 exam - Deadline date for application 12/1/13
  • October 2014 exam - Deadline date for application 7/1/14
 
 
 
  
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Effective June 12, 2007, the Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors Licensing Board will no longer grant the waiver of the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam (FE) regardless of the years of engineering experience. This policy is consistent with the Model Law on the national level.
 
 
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