North Carolina Professional Engineer License Requirements

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0 Mandatory Hours
15 Elective Hours
15 Total Hours

Learn what's required for your Professional Engineers License in North Carolina

This professional engineers licensing information summarizes the minimum requirements established by the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors. We recommend you contact the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors for more detailed information or changes.

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North Carolina Professional Engineers: Professional

Total Hours Required: 15
Mandatory Hours: 0
Elective Hours: 15
Renewal Cycle in Years: 1
License Expiration Date: 12/31/2019
Education Cycle in Months: 12
Next Education Due Date: 12/31/2019

Online Info

North Carolina Professional Engineers are required to take 15 professional development hours every 12 months.

A Course Evaluation from must be filled out and sent to the sponsor (McKissock)  for each course taken, as mandated by the state. Course Evaluation form will be available to you at the end of each course before you are able to download your certificate or available in at the link below. 

http://www.ncbels.org/CPC/AttendeeSponsorEvaluationForm.pdf

Online Limitations

There is no limit on the number of hours permitted to be taken online.

Roster

No roster required

Governing Agency

Name: North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors
Phone: 9197912000
Fax: 9197912012
Address:
4601 Six Forks Rd. Suite 310
Raleigh, NC 27609

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