DLLR's Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing

 

Requirements - Fundamentals of Engineering Exam - Maryland Board for Professional Engineers

 

An applicant may qualify if he or she:

  1. has graduated from a college or university on completion of a ABET/EAC-accredited 4-year curriculum in engineering; or
  2. has one of the following "unapproved" degrees and meets the requirements of the Curriculum Checklist:
    a.  4-year engineering degree from a college or university in the US (not ABET/EAC approved)
    b.  4-year engineering technology degree (either approved or unapproved by ABET/EAC) from a college or university in the US
    c.  a degree from a foreign institution
    d.  any other degree; or
  3. is in the process of completing a 4-year curriculum in engineering at a college or university within 6 months after the exam. An original, signed letter from the Registrar or from the Office of the Dean of the Engineering Department must be sent directly to the Board from the college or university stating that the college or university expects the applicant to complete the curriculum within 6 months after the exam. A transcript must also be sent to the Board.