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09.23.05.00.htm 09.23.05.00. Title 09 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Subtitle 23 BOARD FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS Chapter 05 Unapproved Option―Engineering Curriculum Authority: Business Occupations and Professions Article, §14-205, 14-208, and 14-305, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.23.05.01.htm 09.23.05.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Board" means the Board for Professional Engineers.. 2) "Engineering subject" means an area of study rooted in mathematics and basic sciences but carried further towards creative application and design by providing a bridge between basic science and engineering practice.3) "One quarter hour" means credit which is awarded for instruction equivalent to 2/3 of the contact
09.23.05.02.htm 09.23.05.02. 02 Engineering Curriculum.. A. An engineering curriculum is a course of study which imparts knowledge of the mathematical and natural sciences and trains an individual to apply that knowledge to developing ways to use the materials and forces of nature for the benefit of mankind. An "engineering curriculum of 4 scholastic years or more" is defined to be both an approved and unapproved college or university engineering and sciences curriculum consist1) 15 semester-hours of i
09.23.05.03.htm 09.23.05.03. 03 Engineering Subject Courses.. Engineering subject courses shall be selected from subject areas such as:. A. Statics and dynamics;. B. Strength of materials;. C. Materials science;. D. Thermodynamics;. E. Transfer and transport phenomena;. F. Electrical, electronic, and computer engineering;. G. Solid state physics, nuclear physics, and quantum optics;. H. Physical chemistry, inorganic, and organic chemistry;. I. Electrodynamics;. J. Digital signals and systems;.
09.23.05.04.htm 09.23.05.04. 04 Evidence of Completion.. An applicant who has graduated from a college or university curriculum which does not meet the standards set forth in Regulation .02 of this chapter may present to the Board evidence of satisfactory completion of instruction in other programs of study required by the Board to meet the requirements of Regulation .02 of this chapter.
09.23.05.05.htm 09.23.05.05. 05 Burden of Persuasion.. The applicant shall:. A. Have the burden of persuasion that the applicant's curriculum is substantially equal to the engineering curriculum defined in Regulation .02 of this chapter.B. Submit a university circular, official college catalog which includes, as a minimum, brief course descriptions of the courses identified in the student academic transcript or an independent evaluation satisfactory to the Board. When the evidence submitted by the applicant
09.23.05.06.htm 09.23.05.06. 06 Approved and Unapproved Curricula.. The Board considers an applicant's curriculum to be an approved curriculum if the applicant is:. A. A graduate of a bachelor's degree program in a branch of engineering for which the college or university has met the basic-level criteria of the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) and which is listed in the ABET Accreditation Yearbook, as it may be amended or modified from
09.23.05.9999.htm 09.23.05.9999. Administrative History Effective date: January 14, 1988 (15:1 Md. R. 19). Chapter revised effective September 28, 1992 (19:19 Md. R. 1705). Regulation .02A amended effective June 26, 2000 (27:12 Md. R. 1139). Regulation .02 amended effective March 4, 2002 (29:4 Md. R. 417). Regulation .03F―H and M amended and N―U adopted effective March 4, 2002 (29:4 Md. R. 417). Regulation .05 repealed and Regulation .06 amended and recodified to Regulation .05 effective March
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