ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings
A multi-perspective approach to ethics across the engineering curriculum at Picker Engineering Program at Smith college, to move people from apathy is discussed. The required courses in the Smith curriculum includes a design based introductory course, a final year course in mass and energy balances, and continuum mechanics. The first year course motivate a well-rounded engineering education and social education and social responsibility and introduce frameworks for ethical problems solving and case analysis. Elements that students as essential parts of an ethics curriculum included standards, responsibilities, decision making, analytical frameworks and multiple perspective.
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Riley, Donna; Ellis, Glenn; and Howe, Susannah, ""To Move People From Apathy": A Multi-Perspective Approach to Ethics Across the Engineering Curriculum" (2004). Engineering: Faculty Publications, Smith College, Northampton, MA.