Master License Change

A change to the Master License occurred on July 1, 2022.  No longer is there a Master Journeyman or Residential Master Journeyman Test.  In the past anyone seeking a Master License was required to pass a business and law exam, however due to changes to the contractor license requirements the Plumbing Licensing Board and the Construction Services Commission felt that the purpose of the Master Test and the requirements to obtain a Plumbing Contractor License were essentially the same.  With this change the following are the requirements for obtaining a Master Journeyman License:

REQUIREMENTS – Before proceeding, the following requirements must be met:

4,000 hours of supervisory experience as a journeyman plumber
4,000 of work experience as a journeyman plumber.
Pass the Utah Plumber Theory* and Practical* exams.
*These exams are not required if they were previously passed to get the Utah Journeyman classification.

-OR-

Associates of Applied Science degree or a similar degree from an institution recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
2,000 hours of supervisory experience as a licensed Journeyman Plumber
Pass the Utah Plumber Theory* and Practical* exams.
*These exams are not required if they were previously passed to get the Utah Journeyman classification.

Residential Master Plumbing License:

REQUIREMENTS – Before proceeding, the following requirements must be met:

4,000 hours of supervisory experience as a licensed Residential Journeyman Plumber.
4,000 hours of work experience as a licensed Residential Journeyman Plumber
Pass the Utah Residential Plumber Theory* and Practical* exams.
*These exams are not required if they were previously passed to get the Utah Residential Journeyman classification..

-OR-

Hold at least an Associate of Applied Science degree or similar degree, from a CHEA accredited institution.
2,000 hours of supervisor experience as a licensed Residential Journeyman Plumber.
Pass the Utah Residential Plumber Theory* and Practical* exams.
*These exams are not required if they were previously passed to get the Utah Residential Journeyman classification.

All experience hours must be documented by your employer.

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