Teaching engineering ethics to non-engineering students

TitleTeaching engineering ethics to non-engineering students
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsDyrud, MA
JournalTechnology and Society Magazine, IEEE
Volume20
Pagination28-33
Publication Languageeng
Keywordsaspects , Consumer , Course , courses , Curricula , decisions , education , educational , effects , ENGINEERING , ethics , factors , Human , non-engineering , products , professional , socio-economic , STUDENTS , teaching
AbstractBecause engineering decisions regarding infrastructure and consumer products affect everyone, students enrolled in non-engineering curricula can also benefit from examining issues of engineering ethics. The article explores methodologies and topics for acquainting non-engineering students with engineering ethics, including a short background of a professional ethics course.
DOI10.1109/44.974505
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