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Question 1:
When was Engineer formed?
see professional requirements

Question 2: Laws exist in the U.S., in ________ and in South Africa that limit the use of specific engineer titles, particularly the title of "Professional Engineer." However, most engineers in the U.S.
United KingdomCanadaBarbadosBelize

Question 3:
What type is thing is Engineer?

Question 4: In ________, the engineering degree is either delivered by Universities, Technical Universities or Fachhochschulen.

Question 5: This changed in 2002 when the ________ switched to the Bachelor-Master system.

Question 6: ________ is the recognized accreditation authority granting universities that offer education in engineering and technology the right to confer degrees.
American Ceramic SocietyCouncil for Higher Education AccreditationAmerican Engineers' Council for Professional DevelopmentAccreditation Board for Engineering and Technology

Question 7: In the ________, the Chief Engineer is a rank equivalent to the Senior Engineering Officer on a US ship.
British Merchant NavyBulk carrierOil tankerShip transport

Question 8: In ________, an engineer (inžinier) is considered to be a person holding master degree in technical sciences or economy.
PolandCzech RepublicSlovakiaHungary

Question 9: The ________'s formal position on this is as follows:
IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques SocietyIEEE Technical Activities BoardIEEE Computer SocietyInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Question 10: The Engineering Officer in larger ships, and the senior engineering sailor (typically a ________) is called the Chief Engineer.
Lance CorporalStaff SergeantChief Petty OfficerCorporal


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