State licensure as a Professional Engineer (PE) is not required to work in the field of engineering. However, some employment opportunities may require a PE license.
Ohio State's BS in Aerospace Engineering, BS in Biomedical Engineering, BS in Chemical Engineering, BS in Civil Engineering, BS in Computer Science & Engineering, BS in Electrical & Computer Engineering (both Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering programs), BS in Environmental Engineering, BS in Science, Food, Agricultural & Biological Engineering (both Agricultural Engineering and Food, Biological & Ecological Engineering programs), BS in Industrial & Systems Engineering, BS in Materials Science & Engineering, BS in Mechanical Engineering, and BS in Welding Engineering programs are ABET-accredited.
District of Columbia
U.S. Virgin Islands
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of a program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets U.S. Virgin Island educational requirements to apply for a PE license.