An approach to integrating “professional responsibility” in engineering into the capstone design experience

Science and Engineering Ethics 6 (3):399-412 (2000)
Abstract
ABET 2000 Criteria encourages development of proficiency in professional responsibility in engineering as part of the undergraduate curriculum. This paper discusses the use of industrially sponsored capstone design projects to encourage active discussion of professional responsibility in engineering that naturally occurs during the engineering design process. The paper also discusses student participation in designing responses and approaches to issues such as engineering ethics. The paper includes specific examples of topics addressed by students and the approaches developed (by students) in addressing these issues.
Keywords active learning  design process  professional responsibility  conflict of interest  intellectual property
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