Montana Code Annotated 2015

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     37-67-323. Qualifications of applicant for examination and licensure as professional engineer. (1) An applicant who meets any of the following sets of requirements must be admitted to the principles and practices of engineering examination:
     (a) a baccalaureate degree in engineering or engineering technology in a board-approved curriculum, passage of the fundamentals of engineering examination, certification as an engineer intern, a specific record of at least 4 years of progressive experience under the supervision of a licensed professional engineer, and references as required by the board;
     (b) a master's degree in engineering or engineering technology in a board-approved curriculum, passage of the fundamentals of engineering examination, certification as an engineer intern, a specific record of at least 4 years of progressive experience under the supervision of a licensed professional engineer, and references as required by the board;
     (c) a baccalaureate degree in an engineering, engineering technology, or other science curriculum, passage of the fundamentals of engineering examination, certification as an engineer intern, a specific record of at least 20 years of experience on engineering projects that indicate to the board that the applicant is competent to practice engineering, with at least 10 years of that experience under the supervision of a licensed professional engineer, and references as required by the board;
     (d) a doctoral degree in engineering from an institution with an engineering program approved by the board, passage of the fundamentals of engineering examination, certification as an engineer intern, a specific record of at least 2 years of progressive experience on engineering projects of a grade and character that indicate to the board that the applicant is competent to practice engineering, and references as required by the board; or
     (e) a doctoral degree in engineering from an institution with an engineering program approved by the board, a specific record of at least 4 years of progressive experience on engineering projects that indicate to the board that the applicant is competent to practice engineering, and references as required by the board.
     (2) Upon passage of the principles and practices of engineering examination, an applicant must be granted a license to practice engineering in this state.

     History: En. Sec. 5, Ch. 4, L. 2015.

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