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Re: OFF TOPIC - SE / PE initials

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Depends on where you are and how you are licensed.
 
Some states do not have an SE designation, and the only designation is the PE.
 
In CA the practice has been that once you pass the SE exam, the PE is dropped and simply SE is used.  If you are licensed and work in multiple states then the dual designation is frequently used.  I am licensed and work in multiple states, some with an SE designation and some without, so I use both.
----- Original Message -----
From: Yi Yang
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2005 12:06 PM
Subject: OFF TOPIC - SE / PE initials

I've seen engineers using SE, PE initials together, or just SE, such as John Doe, S.E. or John Doe, S.E., P.E.
 
Which one is more proper, or doesn't really matter? 
 
Y i   Y a n g,   S. E.             
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