Based on the laws of the State of New Jersey, one of the requirements to qualify to sit for the P.E. 3-part exam for a non-BSCE graduate was 12 years of approvable experience. I did complete (1957-59) 2 years of a AAS Civil Tech degree program at SUNY/Farmingdale but did not graduate due to a lack of honor points (age 21). So I sat for the NJPE exams (age 33) , and succeeded. Then, went back to SUNY/Farmingdale, and in one semester, satisfied their requirements and earned the AAS Civil Tech Degree. Now, I'm thinking, "Hey, Just do it!" So I went for the next 6 years, evenings, to the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, New York, earned BSCE and MSCE degrees, and was invited into Chi Epsilon and Tau Beta Pi. Why do I share this story? So you NEVER again say "It's too late for me!"
Just do it man, girl, just do it, one step at a time, one day at a time.
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