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Ethics for Engineers: Doing the Right Thing When No One is Looking

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Review the professional code of ethics that shapes engineering principles and identify your ethical concerns.

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Get 5 seats in any Self Study course, Guided Study course, or Learning Path for 25% off.

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This self-study course is designed to be taken at your convenience and on your own schedule. You have 90 days to finish the course from the time of purchase.

Learn more about the Ethics and Communication for Engineers Learning Path.

Ethics has been defined as doing the right thing when no one is looking. Are you? Is everyone around you? What should you do if they’re not? Is what you think right - the same thing as what others think is right? Use the words code of ethics with 10 people and you’ll get ten variations just on what it means to behave ethically much less on how to do it. In this ethics in engineering course, we’ll explore all these questions, and you’ll finish with how-to’s for yourself and others.
 
Learn about professional ethics and the forces that shape engineering ethics including its history, the engineering code of ethics, current engineering ethics and when and where do we develop ethical values.  Identifying your ethical concerns both engineering specific as well as company ethics. Explore your job/department/role and professionalism in engineering ethics both in and outside of your workplace, factors that modify ethical values and solving ethical problems.
 
By participating in this course, you will learn how to successfully:

  • Develop a picture of what ethical behavior looks like
  • Employ steps to solve ethical dilemmas
  • Cultivate ideas for what to do if you or someone is not behaving in a manner consistent with ethical behavior

Who should attend?
This course is for engineers of all levels and disciplines. We all have to display ethical behavior and helps others display it as well.

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Topics covered in this course include:

  • The history and shape of Engineering Ethics
  • Ethical Concerns
  • Factors Influencing Ethical Values
  • Solving Ethical Problems
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