The Missouri Society of Professional Engineers (MSPE) was created on Jan. 9, 1937, to pass an engineering licensure law and be a networking forum for all Missouri engineers. Licensure law remains MSPE’s primary focus to this day, and we are still the only active organization in the state that represents all engineering disciplines and practice areas. No other individual member engineering organization maintains a lobbying presence in the Missouri State Capitol.
MSPE advocates, promotes and defends professional engineering licensure to protect public health, safety and welfare. We aim to be the organization of choice for licensed professional engineers in Missouri by protecting the licensure process and championing the ethical and competent practice of engineering.
We also aspire to provide continuing education, career development, mentoring and networking opportunities to licensed professional engineers, those on the licensure track and those aspiring to be engineers. As MSPE works to service future generations of engineers, we intend to maintain and increase membership in our organization through recruitment, retention, reclamation and youth focus.