South Dakota Professional Engineer License Requirements

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0 Mandatory Hours
30 Elective Hours
30 Total Hours

Learn what's required for your Professional Engineers License in South Dakota

This professional engineers licensing information summarizes the minimum requirements established by the South Dakota Board of Technical Professions. We recommend you contact the South Dakota Board of Technical Professions for more detailed information or changes.

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South Dakota Professional Engineers: Blanket

Total Hours Required: 30
Mandatory Hours: 0
Elective Hours: 30
Renewal Cycle in Years: 2
Education Cycle in Months: 24

Online Info

South Dakota requires Engineer Professionals to complete 30 professional development hours every 24 months. 

At least 20 PDH must be in technical areas such as design; environmental analysis; programming and planning; structural systems; lateral forces; mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and acoustical systems; construction methods; construction observation; site and soil analyses and design; accessibility; building codes; selection of building materials; and surveying methods and techniques. 

The remaining 10 PDH may be earned in professional management subjects, such as total quality process, computer courses, or ethics

Online Limitations

There are no limits on the number of hours allowed to be taken online.

Roster

No roster required

Governing Agency

Name: South Dakota Board of Technical Professions
Phone: 6053942510
Fax: 6053942509
Address:
2040 W. Main Street, Suite 304
Rapid City, SD 57702

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