Application for Early Admission to the PE Exam for Initial Professional Engineer Licensure
APPLICATION FORM D – PART ONE
Qualifications to Apply for Early Admission to the PE Examination
A. Successful completion of the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Examination.
B. Completion of one of the following education paths:
1. B.S. degree in engineering from an EAC/ABET-accredited program or CEAB-accredited program,
2. B.S. degree in engineering technology from an ETAC/ABET-accredited program
3. B.S. degree in engineering from a program accredited by a signatory of the Washington Accord
4. B.S. degree in a Board- approved Related Science program***
5. M.S. degree* or Ph.D.** in engineering from an institution that offers EAC/ABET or CEAB accredited programs
6. M.S. degree* in engineering from an EAC/M-ABET-accredited program
*A Master's degree in engineering is considered approved if it is from an institution that offers EAC/ABET-accredited programs.
**The Board considers each Ph.D. on an individual basis.
***A Related Science degree is defined as either an ETAC/ABET accredited engineering technology program of four years or more OR a degree of four years or more in architecture, mathematical, physical or engineering science obtained from a Board-approved program and includes a minimum of 8 hours of math beyond trigonometry including calculus, and 20 hours of engineering sciences or related sciences, including physics.
NCEES CREDENTIALS EVALUATIONS
If your highest qualifying degree is an engineering degree from a non-U.S. institution and is not accredited by EAC/ABET, CEAB or recognized by the Washington Accord, an NCEES Credentials Evaluation will be required prior to consideration for early admission to the P.E. examination. Please click here for more information about the Credentials Evaluation.
If you are unsure whether your degree qualifies please contact Taylor Aizenman at email@example.com.
When you have completed the requirements in A & B above, submit Application Form D - Part One to be approved to register for the P.E. examination.
PE Application Form D - Part One
APPLICATION FORM D – PART TWO
Submitting Your Application Form D - Part Two
After completing an approved education program, passing both the FE and PE exams, and obtaining your required experience you will submit Application Form D – Part Two to complete the licensure process.
Do NOT submit an Application Form D - Part Two until you have been notified that you have passed the P.E. or S.E. exam AND you have obtained the full amount of progressive engineering experience required for licensure based on your education.
- Submit either the Application Form D - Part Two for NCEES Record Holders OR the Application Form D - Part Two Application for Non-NCEES Record Holders (Do Not Submit Both).
Click here to view the experience required to submit an Application Form D - Part Two
If you have questions regarding the engineering experience you are required to obtain in order to qualify for P.E. licensure, please contact Taylor Aizenman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application Form D - Part Two for NCEES RECORD HOLDERS
An NCEES Record will streamline the multistate licensure application process for you in the future. If you plan to practice engineering in multiple states, consider applying for initial P.E. licensure in Oklahoma through the NCEES Records program. Information regarding obtaining a NCEES Record can be found at https://ncees.org/records/. Please follow the instructions and contact the NCEES Records Department at 800-250-3196 if you encounter any problems. You must request that NCEES transmit your NCEES Record to us; we cannot do this for you. NCEES will charge a fee of $100 to transmit the completed NCEES Record to us. You will then have a NCEES Record that you can maintain throughout your career with no charge for updates and a reduced fee of $75 for each transmission to other states where you seek licensure.
Application Form D - Part Two for Non-NCEES Record Holders
Use this application if you will NOT be requesting that NCEES transmit a NCEES Record to the Oklahoma Board as part of your initial licensure application.