The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) examination must be waived in those cases where the applicant furnishes evidence of:
being at least 40 years of age, having a verified professional engineering record of 20 years or more of qualifying engineering experience and meeting one of the education requirements of part 1800.2500, subpart 2a;
holding membership in a British Institute of Engineering as a chartered engineer by examination or other national certification by examination as approved by the board; or
having a doctorate degree in engineering from an educational institution whose baccalaureate curriculum is accredited by EAC-ABET or whose education is equivalent thereto.
An applicant qualifying under item A, B, or C shall pass the Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) examination. To qualify for waiver of the FE examination under item A, the applicant's engineering experience shall show responsible charge of engineering projects for at least ten years and advancement in the character of the work performed. Experience gained before reaching the age of 20 years shall not be credited as a part of the required engineering experience.
MS s 326.06
14 SR 2988; 21 SR 1427; 38 SR 59; 44 SR 987
March 20, 2020