Structural Engineers Association of New York
The SE Licensure Committee is responsible for strategic planning towards the implementation of an SE practice Act in New York.
SEAoNY the committee is recommending a partial practice restriction for SE Licensure. A partial practice restriction regulates the use of the title "structural engineer" or "SE" and the provision of structural engineering services for certain types of structures.
SE LICENSURE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS
SEAoNY is recommending that the State of New York adopts an SE Licensure requirement for certain types of structures. A structural engineering license will be required when the project meets the following criteria:
New license applicants as well as those applying for reciprocal status must meet the following criteria:
Continuing Education will be required similar to the current NY PE requirements. (36 credits in 3 years. 18 Technical and 18 Non-Technical)
There are currently multiple states across the country working to implement SE Licensure to their states, including Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas.