The Nebraska Engineers and Architects Regulation Act
The Nebraska Engineers and Architects Regulation Act governs the practice of engineering and architecture in the state of Nebraska in order to safeguard life, health, property, and promote the public welfare through licensing and enforcement of state statutes. The E&A Act also ensures those who practice engineering and architecture are qualified through education, experience, and examination.
This handbook incorporates all current statutes and rules & regulations as of November 14, 2020.
Below is the link to the E&A Regulation Act in its entirety:
Subject Matter Index
RULES AND REGULATIONS TITLE 110, NAC
Chapter 1: General provisions, definitions.
Chapter 2: Requirements for licensure of a professional engineer by examination, experience, and education and reimbursement of educational debt.
Chapter 3: Requirements for licensure of an architect by examination, experience, and education and reimbursement of educational debt.
Chapter 4: Comity and temporary permits for professional engineers and architects.
Chapter 5: Code of practice, competence, conflicts of interest, professional conduct, and use of regulated titles.
Chapter 6: The use of the licensee seal.
Chapter 7: Requirements for organizational practice and criteria for issuing a Certificate of Authorization.
Chapter 8: Enforcement procedures and remediation process.
Chapter 9: Continuing education requirements, exemptions, and audits.
Chapter 10: Statutory exemptions to the Engineers and Architects Regulation Act.
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