How Long Does It Take to Become an Engineer?

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The time it takes to become an engineer varies from person to person depending upon what he or she wishes to do. Generally, a bachelor's degree in engineering is the bare minimum that is required. However, other requirements may be needed for more advanced, higher paying jobs. This includes obtaining a PE, or professional engineer, license. To get a PE license, job experience is required. Typically, four years of experience are needed. In addition to this, exams will also need to be passed to get the license. Generally speaking, becoming an engineer can take anywhere from four years up to eight or more years depending upon the job selected.
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