The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE/EIT) certification is typically the first step in the process leading to the P.E. license. The FE is a computer-based exam that is administered year-round in testing windows at NCEES-approved Pearson VUE test centers. For more information, please visit: http://ncees.org/exams/fe-exam/
NCEES Credentials Evaluations is a service for state licensing boards and applicants. It is designed primarily for candidates who have earned their degrees outside the United States and are pursuing licensure through one of the member licensing boards of NCEES. For more information, Please visit http://ncees.org/credentials-evaluations/
Professional Engineer (PE) is valid for two years. For more information, please visit the NCEES website at https://ncees.org/exams/pe-exam/
If you take FE in another state, you need to verify the record here: https://verify.ncees.org/
Once pass the PE Exam, establishing an NCEES Record is the most efficient way to complete the licensure process in multiple states. Once established, an NCEES Record will include most—if not all—of the materials you need to apply for comity licensure in additional states and territories.: http://ncees.org/records/
The Civil Engineering Reference Manual for the PE Exam (CERM) is a must buy book.
Project Management Professional (PMP) is valid for two years. In an increasingly projectized world, PMI professional certification ensures that you’re ready to meet the demands of projects and employers across the globe. Developed by practitioners for practitioners, certification is based on rigorous standards and ongoing research to meet the real-world needs of organizations. With a PMI certification behind your name, you can work in virtually any industry, anywhere in the world, and with any project management methodology. For more information, Please visit the PMI website at http://www.pmi.org/certification/project-management-professional-pmp.aspx
LEED professional credential is valid for two years. With new jobs specifying the need for green building expertise, the LEED professional credential shows a clear commitment to your professional growth, while underscoring your value to LEED project teams and sustainability-focused organizations. For more information, Please visit the LEED website at http://www.usgbc.org/credentials