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Which Engineering Professions are Regulated in the Philippines?

Many young students dream about wanting to become engineers; but at some point, they get confused or be stuck in deciding which specific field to specialize in. Several factors affect this decision, and it helps to know that the chosen field is regulated by a governing body to make the profession competitive.

As the title of this article begs: Which engineering professions are regulated in the Philippines? And which are not?

The Professional Regulation Commission is the regulatory body for licensed professionals in the Philippines, and currently they regulate majority of the engineering fields.

See this list below:

Aeronautical Engineers

Learn more about the Board of Aeronautical Engineering via PRC’s official website here.  

Agricultural & Biosystems Engineers

Learn more about the Board of Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering via PRC’s official website here.  

Civil Engineers

Learn more about the Board of Civil Engineering via PRC’s official website here.  

Chemical Engineers

Learn more about the Board of ChemicalEngineering via PRC’s official website here.  

Electrical Engineers

Learn more about the Board of Electrical Engineering via PRC’s official website here.  

Electronics Engineers

Learn more about the Board of Electronics Engineering via PRC’s official website here.  

Geodetic Engineers

Learn more about the Board of Geodetic Engineering via PRC’s official website here.  

Mechanical Engineers

Learn more about the Board of Mechanical Engineering via PRC’s official website here.  

Mining Engineers

Learn more about the Board of Mining Engineering via PRC’s official website here.  

Metallurgical Engineers

Learn more about the Board of Metallurgical Engineering via PRC’s official website here.  

Sanitary Engineers

Learn more about the Board of Sanitary Engineering via PRC’s official website here.  

If your chosen engineering course isn’t in this list, it doesn’t mean that you are not considered an engineer. There might be relevant certifications relevant to your course to prove that you can also be called an engineer.

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