State of Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
Maryland Board for Professional Engineers
500 N. Calvert St., Room 308
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
(410) 230-6322 (Baltimore area),    (888) 218-5925 (toll free)


Professional Engineer - Form 4 - Engineering Curriculum Checklist

CANDIDATES APPLYING WITH A NON-EAC/ABET APPROVED CURRICULUM AND ALL FOREIGN DEGREE APPLICANTS MUST COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSE OUTLINE CHART.


THIS FORM MUST BE RETURNED COMPLETED WITH YOUR APPLICATION

THIS FORM MUST BE TYPED


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A. LIST COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES ATTENDED DEGREE DATE RECEIVED
C/U #1
C/U #2
C/U #3

AN ENGINEERING CURRICULUM OF 4 SCHOLASTIC YEARS OR MORE FROM A COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY CURRICULUM SHALL CONSIST OF AT LEAST:

B. 15 semester credit hours in mathematics which shall include differential calculus, integral calculus, and differential equations.

C/U# COURSE NAME COURSE
NUMBER
COURSE CONTENT/DESCRIPTION CREDIT HOURS
SEMESTER QTR.
TOTAL 



Professional Engineer - Form 4 - Engineering Curriculum Checklist


C. 15 semester credit hours in basic sciences including general chemistry and physics with calculus.

C/U# COURSE NAME COURSE
NUMBER
COURSE CONTENT/DESCRIPTION CREDIT HOURS
SEMESTER QTR.
TOTAL 

D. 30 semester credit hours in engineering subjects which shall be selected from subject areas such as:

Statics and Dynamics
Strength of Materials
Materials Science
Thermodynamics
Electronics
Solid State Physics
Physical Chemistry
Electrodynamics
Transfer and Transport
   Phenomenon
Digital Signals and Systems
Finite Element Analysis
Transient Analysis and Feedback
   Control Theory Design
C/U# COURSE NAME COURSE
NUMBER
COURSE CONTENT CREDIT HOURS
SEMESTER QTR.
TOTAL 




Professional Engineer - Form 4 - Engineering Curriculum Checklist


E. 15 semester credit hours in advanced courses in mathematics, science or engineering.

C/U# COURSE NAME COURSE
NUMBER
COURSE CONTENT CREDIT HOURS
SEMESTER QTR.
TOTAL 

NOTE: Incorporated in the engineering curriculum as integral elements of instruction shall be:
(1) Hands on quantitative laboratory work correlated with the science and design instruction.
IMPORTANT: Place an "*" next to the course subjects that included laboratory work.
(2) For graduation subsequent to 1975, at least one high level computer language such as FORTRAN or PASCAL so that the student is able to compose computer programs to solve problems in science and design.