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PHIL 315 Engineering Ethics 3.0 Credits

Provides critical reflection on the nature of engineering and technology and on the ethical obligations and responsibilities unique to the engineering profession. Topics include the social responsibilities of engineering, the nature of professionalism, professional autonomy, whistleblowing, conflicts of interest, organizational (dis)obedience, the ethics of risk assessment, and the place and purpose of engineering codes of ethics.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if major is BUSN or major is ECON or classification is Freshman

Minor in Philosophy

...PHIL 315 Engineering Ethics PHIL 317 Ethics and Design Professions PHIL 321 Biomedical Ethics PHIL...

Philosophy, Politics and Economics

...0 VACATION PHIL 101 3.0 PHIL 121...electives: HIST 222 , HIST 315 , or HIST 316...

Business and Engineering

...MIS 250 PHIL 315 STAT 325 Select one of the following: 4.0 PHIL 301...


...COM 240 3.0 COM 315 3.0 VACATION PHIL 305 3.0 UNIV H201...

Esport Business

...MIS 200 4.0 PHIL 105 3.0...211 SMT 290 EAM 315 SMT 340 EAM...

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