Applications for Professional Land Surveyor Licensure
Choose one of the following forms to pursue licensure as a Professional Land Surveyor
ALL APPLICATION FORMS MUST BE TYPEWRITTEN OR COMPUTER GENERATED
Form A - Comity Applicants and Re-Licensure Applicants who are NCEES Record Holders
Form B - Comity Applicants and Re-Licensure Applicants who ARE NOT NCEES Record Holders
Form C - Initial Licensure Applicants
Form D, Part One - Application for Admission to the P.S. Exam Prior to Obtaining Requisite Experience
If you have completed the approved education program curriculum and passed the FS Exam, you may apply to take the P.S. Exam at any time you feel you have sufficient experience to pass the exam. If you are applying for the P.S. Exam prior to completing your experience requirement, please complete Application Form D, Part One.
Form D, Part Two - Initial Licensure Applicants who previously filed Form D, Part One who ARE NOT NCEES Record Holders
After completing an approved education program curriculum, passing both the FS and PS Exams, and obtaining the required experience, you will submit Form D, Part Two to complete the licensure process.
Examination Dates and Application Deadlines
Fee Waiver for Low-Income Individual
PLS - Four Paths to Licensure
CCR Instruction Manual
OLS Exam Specifications
OLS Study References
Topographic and Planimetric Mapping Instruction Manual
To order official preparation material produced by the exam professionals of NCEES, contact:
P.O. Box 1686
Clemson, SC 29633-1686
Special testing accommodations:
Religious and ADA accommodation requests must be received 60 days prior to the exam administration date.
For forms and guidelines, go to http://ncees.org/exams/special-accommodations/
If you plan to practice engineering and/or land surveying through a firm, you must download the Certificate of Authorization Application and submit it along with your PE and/or PLS application.
Once you have filled out the application form, proof-read all information. PRINT THE COMPLETED FORM (SINGLE SIDED) and MAIL to:
Oklahoma State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors220 NE 28th Street, Suite 120Oklahoma City, OK 73105