Missouri Engineering License
Licensing requirements for Missouri engineers and firms.
Companies that provide professional engineering services in Missouri must apply for a license with the Missouri Board For Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors and Professional Landscape Architects. Before applying for a license, firms should obtain proof of their incorporation, as registration with the Missouri Secretary of State - Corporations Division is often a prerequisite to filing. Out-of-state engineering firms must qualify as foreign entities with the Missouri Secretary of State - Corporations Division prior to applying for a license.
|Agency:||Missouri Board For Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors and Professional Landscape Architects|
Initial Application for Licensure
This section applies to engineering firms that are applying for a license in Missouri for the first time. If you already have a license and are looking to renew it, please see the renewal section.
This section applies to engineering firms that are already licensed in Missouri and need to renew their license.
Biennially by December 31 of either odd or even years depending on when you apply.
Design Firm - Engineering firm registration is sometimes grouped with architecture and land surveying on a single “design firm” application form.
EI (Engineering Intern) - A term also used to describe an Engineer in Training.
EIT (Engineer in Training) - A professional designation granted upon having completed at least 3 years of school at an ABET-accredited university and having passed the FE exam.
FE (Fundamentals of Engineering) - An exam testing on basic engineering principles that is required to become an engineer in training.
PE (Professional Engineer or 'Principles and Practice in Engineering') - Means either Professional Engineer or refers to the Principles and Practice in Engineering exam that is a prerequisite for an engineering license.
Reciprocity - When a licensed engineer in one state can provide documentation (often an NCEES Record) to more easily apply for a license in another jurisdiction.
Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET)
Accrediting board that sets standards for university programs in a variety of applied science disciplines.
American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC)
Engineering, architecture, and land surveying advocacy group.
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
Organization that provides continuing education, professional conferences, and advocacy efforts to the civil engineering community.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
Mechanical engineering organization that focuses on education and professional development.
Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC)
Reviews accreditation requirements and makes final decisions regarding the accreditation process.
National Council of Examiners for Engineering & Surveying (NCEES)
Develops, administers, and scores the exams used for engineering licenses.
National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE)
NSPE is an advocacy group for professional engineers.
License to Succeed: A Guide for Companies in Regulated Industries
Jerri-Lynn Wier and Christian Haring
Tuesday, February 27th
1:00 - 2:00PM EDT