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What about Scott remark, concerning the SE title in
Oregon. I mean, who pass the Struct-I & II exams are
named PE (Structural) or SE like in Illinois.

Wael 



--- "Scott E. Maxwell, PE, SE"
<smaxwell(--nospam--at)engin.umich.edu> wrote:
> The requirements to obtain an SE license in Illinois
> are:
> 
> 1) graduate of an "approved engineering curriculum
> of at least 4 years..."
> and passes 8 hour EIT exam (or graduate of a
> "related science curriculum
> of at least 4 years..." and passes 8 hour EIT exam).
> 2) 4 years of structural engineering experience to
> be "accepted" by the
> board (or 8 years if it was a science curriculum not
> an engineering
> curriculum)
> 3) pass the SE examination which in Illinois is the
> NCEES Struct I and
> Struct II exams
> 
> If I recall correctly (looked this up not that long
> ago when we might have
> ended up with a project in Oregon), the Illinois SE
> has (or at least
> appeared to have) direct reciprocity with Oregon. 
> The thing that confused
> me with regards to Oregon is that the Oregon board's
> web page never
> mentioned an SE license, but kind of implied that a
> PE for structural
> required a 16 hour structural exam.  Plus, the fees
> for the exams listed
> fees for the NCEES Struct I and Struct II exam.
> 
> Ultimately, the best way to find out is to contact
> the board of the state
> in which you wish to obtain reciprocity.
> 
> Hope that helps,
> 
> Scott
> 
> 
> On Tue, 10 Oct 2000, Curt LaCount wrote:
> 
> > I have not applied for registration in Illinois,
> so I could not say for sure, but since both require
> the NCEES structural exams, there is a chance. 
> Maybe someone like Scott Maxwell can help with the
> question of Illinois registration.  You could also
> visit the web site for Illinois (go to www.ncees.org
> and go to the state boards list).
> > 
> > Curt La Count
> > Jacobs Engineering
> > Portland, OR
> > 
> > ¯---------
> > 
> > Does Oregon's SE qualifies for Illinois's SE ( I
> mean reciprocity)?
> > 
> >  How do you think about the NCSEA's new academy
> and the proposed Specialty
> > Board.
> > 
> > Wael Shabana
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > 
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