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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. 

Alabama

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Alabama education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics meets Alabama education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for a PE license.  

Alaska

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Alaska education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for a PE license. Alaska licenses engineers in recognized disciplines.
 
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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Therefore, completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet Alaska education requirements to apply for a PE license.  

Arizona

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Arizona education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for a PE license. Arizona licenses engineers in recognized disciplines
 
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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Arizona education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Arkansas

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Arkansas education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Therefore, completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet Arkansas education requirements to apply for a PE license.  

California

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets California education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets California education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Colorado

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Colorado education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Colorado education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements for licensure. 

Connecticut

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Connecticut education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Connecticut education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Delaware

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Delaware education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Delaware education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for a PE license. 

District of Columbia

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets District of Columbia education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets D.C. education requirements to apply for a PE license. The Board evaluates non-ABET programs to determine whether the program meets education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Florida

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Florida education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Florida education requirements to apply for a PE license. A Florida-approved evaluation company must evaluate non-ABET programs to determine whether the program meets education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Georgia

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Georgia education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Georgia education requirements to apply for a PE license. The Board must review non-ABET programs to determine whether the program meets education requirements to apply for a PE license.

Hawaii

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Hawaii education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Department requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Hawaii education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Department requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Idaho

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Idaho education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Idaho education requirements to apply for a PE license. The Board reviews non-ABET programs to determine whether the program meets education requirements to apply for a PE license.

Illinois

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Illinois education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Department requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Illinois education requirements to apply for a PE license. The Board reviews and approves non-ABET programs to determine whether the program meets education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Indiana

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Indiana education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Indiana education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must include specific coursework requirements

Iowa

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Iowa education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Bureau requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Iowa education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Bureau requirements to apply for a PE license.

Kansas

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Kansas education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Therefore, completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet Kansas education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Kentucky

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Kentucky education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Therefore, completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet Kentucky education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Louisiana

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Louisiana education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Therefore, completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet Louisiana education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Maine

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Maine education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Maine education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be substantially equivalent to NCEES Standards to meet education requirements to apply for a PE license.

Maryland

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Maryland education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Maryland education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Massachusetts

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Massachusetts education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering program meets Massachusetts education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Department requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Michigan

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Michigan education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Department requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Therefore, completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet Michigan education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Minnesota

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Minnesota education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Minnesota education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must meet minimum specified coursework requirements to meet education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Mississippi

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Mississippi education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Mississippi education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be evaluated by a Board approved evaluation service and found to meet NCEES Engineering Education Standard to meet Mississippi education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Missouri

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Missouri education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Division requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Therefore, completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet Missouri education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Montana

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Montana education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Montana education requirements to apply for a PE license. The Board evaluates non-ABET programs to determine whether the program meets education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Nebraska

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Nebraska education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Nebraska education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be evaluated by NCEES Credential Evaluations to determine if a program meets the NCEES Education Standard. 

Nevada

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Nevada education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Nevada education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional requirements to apply for a PE license. 

New Hampshire

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets New Hampshire education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets New Hampshire education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for a PE license. 

New Jersey

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets New Jersey education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets New Jersey education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be reviewed by a transcript review service accepted by the Board to determine whether the program meets education requirements to apply for a PE license.

New Mexico

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets New Mexico education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets New Mexico education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must meet the NCEES Engineering Education Standard.

New York

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets New York education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Office requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets New York education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Office requirements to apply for a PE license. 

North Carolina

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets North Carolina education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics meets North Carolina education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for a PE license. 

North Dakota

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets North Dakota education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets North Dakota education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Ohio

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Ohio education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Therefore, completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet Ohio education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Oklahoma

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Oklahoma education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Oklahoma education requirements to apply for a PE license. The Board considers non-ABET programs following a degree evaluation by an evaluation service approved by the Board. 

Oregon

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Oregon education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Oregon education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be evaluated by NCEES Credential Evaluation and found substantially equivalent to an ABET program. 

Pennsylvania

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Pennsylvania education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Therefore, completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet Pennsylvania education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Puerto Rico

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of a program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Puerto Rico education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Rhode Island

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Rhode Island education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Department requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Therefore, completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet Rhode Island education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

South Carolina

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets South Carolina education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets South Carolina education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be evaluated by NCEES or the South Carolina Board Consultant to determine whether the program meets education requirements for a PE license. 

South Dakota

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets South Dakota education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Therefore, completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet South Dakota education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Tennessee

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Tennessee education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Tennessee education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be evaluated by a Board-approved entity to determine equivalency to an ABET program. 

Texas

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Texas education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Texas education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be evaluated to determine whether the program meets education requirements for a PE license. 

Utah

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Utah education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Division requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Therefore, completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet Utah education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

U.S. Virgin Islands

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of a program leading to aOhio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets U.S. Virgin Island education requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Vermont

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Vermont education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for a PE license. Vermont licenses engineers in recognized disciplines.
 
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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Vermont education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be evaluated by NCEES or another evaluation service approved by the Board to determine substantial equivalence to an ABET program. 

Virginia

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Virginia education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Virginia education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for a PE license. 

Washington

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Washington education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Department requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Washington education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Department requirements to apply for a PE license.  

West Virginia

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets West Virginia education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets West Virginia education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be evaluated by the Board to determine whether the program meets education requirements for a PE license. 

Wisconsin

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Wisconsin education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Department requirements to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Wisconsin education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be evaluated by the Board to determine whether the program meets education requirements for a PE license. 

Wyoming

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Wyoming education requirements to apply for a PE license. However, an individual must meet additional Board requirements (sec. 33-29-403) to apply for 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. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Wyoming education requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs are evalutated by the Board to determine equivalence to NCEES Standards