State Requirements

Missouri Engineer CE Requirements

Keeping your engineering license often means fulfilling continuing education requirements and staying up to speed on new technologies and developments. Nearly forty U.S. states require continuing education for engineers to renew licenses.

License Renewal Information for Missouri Engineers

30 PDH due December 31st biennially based on original licensure year.

All 30 hours can be taken in online courses

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Missouri Engineer Courses and Webinars

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Missouri PE PDH Approval

The Board does not pre-approve continuing education courses.The course for this profession offered by RedVector have been reviewed to meet technical requirements for a Professional Engineer. It is the licensee's responsibility to verify that the course material meets their specific scope of practice and criteria required by the Board. 
Dual Licensed Engineers & Land Surveyors must earn a total of 30 PDHs every two years for renewal of their engineering license and a total of 20 PDUs for renewal of their land surveying license.


MO Board For Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects 
3605 Missouri Boulevard, Suite 380, Jefferson City, MO 65102-1335

Proof of Completion for Missouri Engineer
Continuing Education

Record keeping is the responsibility of the licensee. Adequate records must be maintained for a minimum of four years for auditing purposes.