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Massachusetts PE Eligibility Requirements

Candidates may apply based on the following criteria:

Classification A: Registered in another state/jurisdiction and in compliance with the requirements of one of the listed classifications. i.e. classification (b) through (e).
OR

Classification B:

(1) An ABET accredited Bachelor of Science degree in engineering or one approved by the Massachusetts Legislature together with a Master's Degree in Engineering by a school in the US whose basic engineering program is ABET Accredited and having three years of acceptable experience.

(2) An ABET accredited Bachelor of Science Degree in engineering and having four years of acceptable engineering experience.
(3) A Bachelor of Science degree from an institution authorized to grant such degree by the Massachusetts Legislature and having four years of acceptable engineering experience.
(4) A non-accredited curriculum with a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering or a related engineering science such as a technology degree, foreign degree, physics degree, chemistry degree, etc. together with an ABET accredited advanced engineering degree and having four years of acceptable engineering experience.
(5) A foreign degree in engineering of four years or more that has been determined to be equivalent to an ABET accredited degree and having four years of acceptable engineering experience.
In addition to the above, each must have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering examination.
OR

Classification C: A Bachelor of Science Technology degree or non-accredited degree in engineering or a related engineering science such as foreign degree, physics, chemistry, etc. and having eight years of acceptable engineering practice and having passed the Fundamentals of Engineering examination. (Foreign degree holders are required to submit an equivalency evaluation)

OR

Classification D: Twelve years of acceptable engineering practice with a minimum of six years responsible charge of significant engineering projects and having passed the Fundamentals of Engineering examination. Undergraduate study in an approved curriculum may be considered as engineering experience on an equivalent full-time basis up to a maximum of 3 years.
OR

Classification E: Twenty years of acceptable engineering practice with a minimum of ten years in responsible charge of significant engineering projects. Undergraduate study in an approved engineering curriculum may be considered as engineering experience on an equivalent full-time basis up to a maximum of 3 years.

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