Engineering Ethics Short Course
This course offers a short introduction to ethics for professional engineers.
It covers four key areas in contemporary ethics of particular importance to members of the engineering profession: (i) Professionalism and Codes of Ethics, (ii) Professional Integrity, (iii) Sustainability, (iv) Whistleblowing.
Through interactive learning resources and practical case studies, this course will allow engineers to develop their ethical reasoning skills and equip them with the knowledge of ethics necessary to navigate a complex and changing working environment.
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Our Engineering Ethics (Full Course) is ideal for those who require a more in-depth examination of the ethical concepts and contexts which are relevant to professional engineering.
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• Apply key concepts and debates from ethics to contemporary issues in engineering.
• Assess the validity of ethical arguments made by others and formulate their own ethical arguments.