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Any person practicing or offering to practice the profession of engineering is required to submit evidence of qualification to practice the profession of engineering and must be licensed with the State of Maine. For detailed information about qualifications for licensing, read the Maine Statutes on Licensing of Professional Engineers.
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The Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Application (EI)
If you are applying for the Fundamentals of Engineering exam, you must be currently living in Maine or attending school in Maine. You must be in your Senior year of your BS degree or have received your degree. In addition you must meet one of the four qualifications in Title 32, Chapter 19, Revised Statutes of 1964, Section 1352-A, 2 titled Engineer-Intern which can be found on the Board's web site.
Submitting Application if a student at University of Maine, Orono
Download application and complete on line. Print and have the application notarized. Deliver to University of Maine, College of Engineering, College of Engineering, 210 AMC Bldg at Orono.
Submitting Application if Not a student at U.M.O.
Same as above but mail to: State of Maine, Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers 92 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333-0092
The application deadline for exam is February 1st and for the October exam it is August 1st.
Principles and Practice of Engineering Examination
You must meet the following criteria in order to apply in Maine: 1. Have a BS degree in Engineering, ABET Accredited + 4 Years of experience. 2. Have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam 3. Be currently living or working in Maine or have attended school in Maine.
You may down load, type up and print the Application for Licensure indicated below.
Licensing by Comity or Reciprocity:
If you are applying for licensing by comity or reciprocity, meaning that you are currently licensed as a Professional Engineer in another U.S. state or foreign country, you may fill out and print the application (PDF) and mail it with the appropriate fees to the address at the bottom of the last page.
Foreign applicants, licensed in another country will have additional examination requirements. See Board Statutes, Chapter 3, Section 1352-A, Subsections G & H.
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