6701. Professional engineer defined

“Professional engineer,” within the meaning and intent of this act, refers to a person engaged in the professional practice of rendering service or creative work requiring education, training and experience in engineering sciences and the application of special knowledge of the mathematical, physical and engineering sciences in such professional or creative work as consultation, investigation, evaluation, planning or design of public or private utilities, structures, machines, processes, circuits, buildings, equipment or projects, and supervision of construction for the purpose of securing compliance with specifications and design for any such work.

404. Definitions.

For the purpose of the rules and regulations contained in this chapter, the following terms are defined. No definition contained herein authorizes the practice of engineering as defined in the Professional Engineers Act.

(aa) “Professional engineer” refers to a person engaged in the practice of professional engineering as defined in Section 6701 of the Code.

(jj) “Professional engineering” within the meaning of this chapter comprises the following branches: agricultural engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, control system engineering, corrosion engineering, electrical engineering, fire protection engineering, industrial engineering, manufacturing engineering, mechanical engineering, metallurgical engineering, nuclear engineering, petroleum engineering, quality engineering, safety engineering, and traffic engineering.