Professional Engineer Application

The Professional Engineer (PE) Application Forms are fillable .PDF forms. The latest version of the FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader should be installed to complete the forms. The two page application and Part A of the Engagement Record and Reference Froms MUST be typed or completed online. Handwritten forms will not be accepted.

We suggest that you print a copy and complete it by hand. When you're sure all the answers are complete, open the online file again and enter your responses on the form, print it, sign it, copy it, and mail the original with all required documentation. Be sure to make a copy for your own files.

PLEASE NOTE: If you experience problems with any of these forms, you should upgrade to the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader.

SPECIAL NOTICE: CHANGES TO PE EXAMINATIONS BEGINNING OCTOBER 2010

Agricultural Engineer Applicants: Beginning with the October 2010 examination administration, the Agricultural exam specifications have been revised. An updated study guide will be available from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers in the summer of 2010.

Mechanical Engineer Applicants: Beginning with the October 2010 examination administration, the PM exam book for the PE Mechanical exam will be split into three individual books (modules). Examinees taking this exam will be required to choose their PM module when registering with the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES). On exam day, PE Mechanical examinees will receive only the PM module they selected when registering. Please refer to Mechanical exam specifications for more details.

Civil Engineer Applicants: Beginning with the October 2010 examination administration, the PM exam book for the PE Civil exam will be split into five individual books (modules). Examinees taking this exam will be required to choose their PM module when registering with NCEES. On exam day, PE Civil examinees will receive only the PM module they selected when registering. Please refer to Civil exam specifications for more details.

Structural Engineer Applicants: Beginning with the April 2011 administration, the new 16-hour Structural exam will be offered. Please go to www.ncees.org for more information.

WARNING: If an applicant is unable to complete the NCEES Registration process or print an online form, he or she is NOT relieved of the requirement to meet the final filing date requirement. The Board is not responsible for any failure by an applicant to meet filing deadlines.

NOTE: Disclosure of your Social Security Number or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number is mandatory. Your application will not be processed without it. Click here for more information.