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E – 1140 – Engineering Ethics Guidelines for Professional Conduct

Intended Audience: all types of engineers.

PDH UNITS: 2

2 STUDENTS ENROLLED

Looking for a course on engineering ethics? The course presents ethical guidelines for everyday use by engineers to overcome common sticky situations. Applicable to both civil engineers and those in a wider range of fields, this  course is based on the ASCE document adapted from the standards-of-business-conduct document developed by a private company.

Specifically, the course material is based on the ASCE document, Ethics Guidelines for Professional Conduct for Civil Engineers.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to identify and discuss:
  • Precise definitions of key terms such as “conflict of interest,” ” whistleblowing,” and “confidential and proprietary information”
  • The 15 guidelines for professional conduct, including relations to clients, obligations to the public, outside employment, bribes and kickbacks, gifts, and harassment
  • Ethical decision-making process based on 1) policies 2) of the empl

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