I was a part of a discussion about obtaining professional engineering licensing recently. I am a kinda-engineer -- my undergraduate degree and a masters are in physics, and I also have a masters in industrial engineering. I have been a practicing industrial engineer for most of my career, but have never needed the hardcore math and analytic techniques I learned in school.Even so, the discussion of professional licensure got me curious about whether I could do it. I took a look at some of the prep material and from what I can tell, I need about a year of steady refresher classes at the rate of roughly 4 hours per week, with maybe ten hours of homework per week. That wold help with everything that I learned once and have forgotten. There are many subjects that I don't know at all -- college biology and chemistry, for example, controls, and various other things.I graduated from college 24 years ago, finished my last graduate degree 18 years ago. Anyone else gone back and gotten licensed so late in the game? ThyPeace, And I haven't even looked at the Industrial engineering questions yet...
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