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Collaborative Learning Community Center
The aim of the Collaborative Learning Community Center (CMSCLCC) is to tutor and mentor mathematics and computer science majors, and all CST scholarship recipients who are enrolled in mathematics and computer science courses. As students collaborate, the younger scholars will learn to be the best they can be from the examples set forth by our upper classmen.
Student organizations assist students to make the most out of their college experience. Please click on one of the links below to learn more about our student organizations.
Preparation for registration as a Professional Engineer (PE) in Texas. To become a Professional Engineering in Texas, candidates must:
The following are other suggestions for Engineering Technology undergraduate and graduate students:
For more information on Professional Engineering Licensure in Texas, contact the Texas Board of Professional Engineers and the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying.
Prepared by Dr. Jorge Tito-Izquierdo, PE
The Texas Board of Professional Engineers (TBPE) permits graduates from any ABET-ETAC accredited program to become a Professional Engineer after completing eight years of practice in the field, passing the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE), Professional Engineering (PE) and ethics examinations and providing appropriate documentation and professional references. The Engineering Technology Commission of ABET accredits the Control and Instrumentation Engineering Technology, Fire Protection Engineering Technology and Structural Analysis and Design programs and graduates are thus eligible to become Professional Engineers in Texas under these guidelines.
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Last updated or reviewed on 9/26/14