Licensure and Ethics

Engineers offering services to the public in Connecticut must be licensed by the Board of Examiners for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. Their web site offers a quick way to verify that an individual engineer or engineering firm is licensed. Click here.

In order to be licensed as a Professional Engineer in Connecticut or any other state, an Engineer must graduate with a bachelor’s degree in engineering from an accredited college or university, pass the Fundamentals of Engineering examination, have four or more years of experience as an Engineer and then pass a second discipline-specific examination. Information about applying for a license can be found here.

CSPE members adhere to the NSPE Code of Ethics. In addition, PEs are also held to the state’s Code of Ethics which can be found here.

The Minnesota Society of Professional Engineers is again offering PE exam and FE exam review courses online. Thiese courses are taught by licensed PEs and certified EITs and are available via live webinar, so students from anywhere in the county can participate live from their location – with the instructor and students from other areas of the country.

CSPE members will receive a discount, but be sure to tell them that you heard about this offer from CSPE.

Coureses are offered for the FE Fundamentals Exam, CIvil PE, Electrical PE, and Mechanical PE Exams. Courses will start in August.

Click here for details.