Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Can the FE or PE exam be wavied?
Answer: Per the code below, the FE or PE exam cannot be waived:
IC 25-31-1-14 Examination; reexamination
Sec. 14. (a) The examination required of all applicants for registration as a professional engineer shall be a written or computer based examination which shall be divided into the following two (2) parts:
(1) Engineering fundamentals.
(2) Principles and practice of engineering.
Question: How can I obtain a verification of my license?
Answer: You will have to purchase a digital verification from the Online Services located HERE. Once you have purchased the digital verification you will need to email the verification to email@example.com and inform the board as to which board the verification needs to receive the information.
Question: What are the requirements for professional engineer registration?
Answer: One must graduate from an approved engineer curriculum followed by fours years of experience. Please review the rules and statutues for the eeducation, experience and exam requirements.
Question: What is a supplemental form?
Answer: A supplemental form is used for applicants that may have a technology degree, graduated from a non ABET accredited program, or is a foreign degree applicant. If you fall into one of the above categories a supplemental form is needed to complete your application. Please include all relevant education on the supplemental form. The supplemental form is listed with the Professional Engineer application.
Question: Answer: You must submit an application, including five references. Three must be from professional engineers. You must also submit certification from the state in which you received your license, showing proof of EI and PE, along with college transcripts and also complete part three of the examination (a written test on Indiana license law).
Question: How does one become licensed as a professional corporation?
Answer: If your corporation is an LLC, INC, Limited, PC or PA you will need to register with the Secretary of State.
Question: When does registration as an Engineer Intern (EI) expire?
Answer: There is no expiration or renewal of registration for an Engineer Intern.
Question: How do I get my seal?
Answer: Seals are sold at stationery stores, or where they make rubber stamps. See 864 IAC 1.1-7-2, for rules of design and content.
Question: After the board has approved my application, how do I get licensed?
Answer: You will be sent a letter informing you of your approval and to submit an issuance fee. Once the issuance fee is received your license will be issued.
Question: How often does the board meet to review applications?
Answer: The board meets once every other month to review applications.
Question: How often is the examination administered?
Answer: The examination is administered twice a year; in April and October. All applicants must be board approved to take the Fundamentals of Engineering or Principles and Practice exam. To be considered for the April exam an application has to be postmarked by January 2nd. To be considered for the October exam an application has to be postmarked by July 1st.
Question: How can I order a wall certificate?
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Question: Who should I make my check payable to?
Answer: Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA.)
Question: How long before I receive my pocket card?
Answer: You can order a pocket card or print a free license card by logging into your account at MyLicense.IN.gov.