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  327.241.  Examination for license two-part, how conducted — practical experience required for part two. — 1.  After it has been determined that an applicant possesses the qualifications entitling the applicant to be examined, each applicant for examination and licensure as a professional engineer in Missouri shall appear before the board or its representatives for examination at the time and place specified.

  2.  The examination or examinations shall be of such form, content and duration as shall be determined by the board to thoroughly test the qualifications of each applicant to practice as a professional engineer in Missouri.

  3.  Any applicant to be eligible for a license must make a grade on each examination of at least seventy percent.

  4.  The engineering examination shall consist of two parts; the first part may be taken by any person after such person has satisfied the educational requirements of section 327.221, or who is in his or her final year of study in an accredited school of engineering; and upon passing part one of the examination and providing proof that such person has satisfied the educational requirements of section 327.221 and upon payment of the required fee, such person shall be an engineer-intern, subject to the other provisions of this chapter.

  5.  Any engineer-intern, as defined in subsection 4 of this section, who has acquired at least four years of satisfactory engineering experience, may take part two of the engineering examination and upon passing it shall be entitled to receive a license, subject, however, to the other provisions of this chapter.

  6.  Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections 4 and 5 of this section, the board may, in its discretion, provide by rule that any person who has graduated from and holds an engineering degree from an accredited school of engineering may thereupon be eligible to take both parts of the engineering examination and that upon passing said examination and acquiring four years of satisfactory engineering experience, after graduating and receiving a degree as aforesaid, shall be entitled to receive a license to practice as a professional engineer, subject, however, to the other provisions of this chapter.

  7.  Any person who has graduated from and has received a degree in engineering from an accredited school of engineering may then acquire four years of satisfactory engineering experience and thereafter take both parts of the examination and upon passing shall be entitled to receive a license to practice as a professional engineer, subject, however, to the other provisions of this chapter.

  8.  Any person entitled to be licensed as a professional engineer as provided in subsection 5, 6, or 7 of this section must be so licensed within four years after the date on which he or she was so entitled, and if one is not licensed within the time he or she is so entitled, the engineering division of the board may require him to take and satisfactorily pass such further examination as provided by rule before issuing to him a license.

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(L. 1969 S.B. 117, A.L. 1977 S.B. 439, A.L. 1981 S.B. 16, A.L. 1983 S.B. 324, A.L. 1999 H.B. 343, A.L. 2014 S.B. 809)


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