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- From: "Bill Sherman" <SHERMANWC(--nospam--at)cdm.com>
- Date: Tue, 5 Aug 1997 22:40:42 +0500
> There does not seem to be any restrictions on the practice of structural engineering with a SE versus a PE (civil). Will this possibly restrict me later on? If I took the civil and passed, then later worked in a multi-disciplined firm, after becoming familiar with say site layout, could I then seal plans for them w/o retaking the test? Is there any distinguishing difference between an SE and PE in Georgia? Elsewhere? < I don't know much about Georgia, but in the short term I would recommend getting the PE (Civil) license first - it will be the most versatile for general work and reciprocity with other states. However, in the longer term I would suggest getting both, as limits may become more prevalent on how each license can be used. Some states require a civil license before getting a structural license, others treat each as independent licenses, and some states won't even consider structural experience as valid towards getting a civil license, so there is no set "rule".
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