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Teaching technical communication to professional engineers and architects in the U.S.

By: Cunningham, D.;

2009 / IEEE / 978-1-4244-4357-4

Description

This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Teaching technical communication to professional engineers and architects in the U.S. ' Licensed professional engineers and architects in the U.S. must meet education and experience requirements and pass rigorous exams administered by state licensure boards before offering their services directly to the public. State licensure is also required if an engineer works as a consulting engineer, signs and seals documents for public agencies, or establishes their own firm. Individual state boards have different requirements for professional licensure, but most are similar.