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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. 

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.

Alabama

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

Alaska

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

Arizona

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

Arkansas

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Arkansas educational requirements to apply for a PE license. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of that program does not meet Arkansas educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license. 
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets California educational requirements to apply for a PE license, but applicants must meet additional experience requirements. 

Colorado

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

Connecticut

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Connecticut educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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, but an applicant must meet additional experience requirements. 

Delaware

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

District of Columbia

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets District of Columbia educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license. A Florida-approved evaluation company must evaluate non-ABET programs to determine whether the program meets educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license. 
 
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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license. The Board must review non-ABET programs to determine whether the program meets educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.  
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Hawaii educational requirements to apply for a PE license, but applicants must meet additional experience requirements. 

Idaho

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Idaho educational requirements to apply for a PE license.  
 
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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license. The Board reviews non-ABET programs to determine whether the program meets educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license. The Board reviews and approves non-ABET programs to determine whether the program meets educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Iowa educational requirements to apply for a PE license, but applicants must meet additional experience requirements. 

Kansas

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Kansas educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet Kansas educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be substantially equivalent to NCEES Standards to meet educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Maryland educational requirements to apply for a PE license, but an applicant must complete additional experience requirements. 

Massachusetts

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

Michigan

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Michigan educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must meet minimum specified coursework requirements to meet educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational 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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet Missouri educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license. The Board evaluates non-ABET programs to determine whether the program meets educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Nevada educational requirements to apply for a PE license, but an applicant must meet additional experience requirements.

New Hampshire

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

New Jersey

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

North Carolina

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

North Dakota

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

Ohio

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Ohio educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program does not meet Ohio educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational 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. 

Pacific Territories

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering meets educational requirements to apply for a PE license in the Pacific Territories. 

Pennsylvania

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets Pennsylvania educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational 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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.  
 
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 educational 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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be evaluated to determine whether the program meets educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.  
 
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 educational 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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license. Vermont licenses engineers in recognized disciplines.
 
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 educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
Ohio State's BS in Engineering Physics program is not ABET-accredited. Completion of the BS in Engineering Physics program meets Virginia educational requirements to apply for a PE license, but an applicant must meet additional experience requirements. 

Washington

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

West Virginia

Completion of an ABET-accredited program leading to an Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree meets West Virginia educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be evaluated by the Board to determine whether the program meets educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs must be evaluated by the Board to determine whether the program meets educational 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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license.
 
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 educational requirements to apply for a PE license. Non-ABET programs are evaluated by the Board to determine equivalence to NCEES Standards