The Certified Municipal Engineer (CME) Program will be offered for the 2023- 2024 cycle. The CME consists of a series of seminars and workshops devoted to municipal engineering practice. This will range from sessions that are technical in focus, some that are administrative in focus, and some that have elements of both. This is done to reflect the diversity of our profession.
Attendance at each session is mandatory for the successful completion of the program. In the event that an applicant is unable to attend a session, a digital recording of the session will be available on a secure weblink and the applicant must view the session at their leisure. However, a maximum of two (2) makeup sessions are allowed for the successful completion of the course and no certificate will be received until all sessions are complete.
Instruction in the program is based on current municipal engineering practices. The Instructors, who volunteer their time, are drawn from the ranks of professionals who the NJMEI Board of Governors recognize as expert in their particular specialty to present current, practical engineering information.
The subject matter of the course will include both technical and administrative areas of municipal engineering practice in such areas as traffic engineering, roadway design, local public contracts law, the municipal land use law, personnel, storm water management, recreation design, construction safety and similar topics. Exact topic sequencing will vary depending speaker availability and topic currency and will be supplied prior to the beginning of the sessions.
All applications will be received via United States Mail to the address shown below and, on the application, provided. No email applications, no exceptions. Admission will be on a “first come – first served” basis, subject to the following priorities:
Current NJSME members have first priority.
Licensed New Jersey Professional Engineers have second priority. All other applications will be placed should space permit.
Rutgers University has a “no-tobacco” policy which bans smoking and tobacco products from the classroom, parking lot, your vehicle and on campus.
Dates shown in this flyer are tentative dates and will be confirmed each month by e-mail approximately 10 days before each class session. All sessions will begin promptly at 8:30A.M.and end by 3:30 P.M. and include coffee, lunch and parking.
Admission to the program is open to all. However, the CME certificate will only be issued to New Jersey licensed professional engineers who successfully complete the course. Persons who have not obtained a professional engineer’s license are welcome to attend the course, space permitting, and will be issued a certificate upon proof of obtaining a New Jersey Professional Engineer’s license.
No Continuing Education Units have or will be granted for this course by NJMEI. However, course attendees are free to apply on their own the NJ Board of Professional Engineers for these credits.
The fee for the course is $ 1,650.00, payable to the New Jersey Municipal Engineering Institute and is due with the application. No registrations will be accepted at the door on the first day of the class. No exceptions.
Deadline for applications is close of business on Friday, September 2, 2023
Any questions with respect to the program, can be emailed to John Wiggins at email@example.com.
BOARD OF GOVERNORS, NEW JERSEY MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING INSTITUTE P.O. BOX 3702, UNION, NJ 07083