A new experience: The course of ethics in engineering in the department of civil engineering, university of Granada
Graduate studies at Western
Science and Engineering Ethics 16 (2):409-413 (2010)
|Abstract||A course in professional ethics for civil engineers was taught for the first time in Spain during the academic year 2007/08. In this paper a survey on the satisfaction and expectation of the course is presented. Surprisingly the students sought moral and ethical principles for their own ordinary lives as well as for their profession. Students were concerned about the law, but in their actions they were more concerned with their conscience, aware that it can be separate from the law.|
|Keywords||Ethics education Ethics and morality|
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