NCEES Survey Request

Words: Bronzella Cleveland

JulyAugust 2008
Industry News

NCEES Survey Request

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) requests your participation to help define the contents of the future Structural Engineering licensing examination(s).

The NCEES, a national non-profit organization composed of engineering and surveying licensing boards representing all states and U.S. territories, needs your help in updating the Structural Engineering Principles and Practice examination(s). This survey is designed to elicit your input on the professional activities and knowledge/skills required of a licensed Structural Engineer with four to six years of structural engineering experience. Your participation in this survey is critical for defining the scope of practice for entry-level Structural Engineers.

To complete the survey, please enter the following survey link into your web browser. The survey can be completed in less than 45 minutes:

All responses must be received no later than Nov. 10, 2008. The value of this study is directly related to the number of individuals who return completed surveys. Your participation is of great importance and genuinely appreciated.

If you have any questions, please contact Prometric at 609.895.5234 and leave a voicemail message, or e-mail The NCEES thanks you for participating in this important project. MD

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