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PMP (PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL) EXAM
PART 1: INTRODUCTION
Receiving a PE license is something I decided to put off due to the following reasons:
- I do not have enough experience (most of states require at least 4 years of professional experience);
- I am not able to get 3 references from PE licensed engineers;
The material about PE exam will be posted when successfully pass it.
There is still a lot of work that needs to be done on the way to my own engineering company. Skipping the second step, I decided to go for the PMP (Project Management Professional) certificate.
If you have never heard about PMP certificate, this Wikipedia article has a good explanation of it.