Engineering Systems Division
1: Faculty Introduction
3: Introduction to Ethics II; Initial Discussion of B. F. Goodrich Case
4: Introduction to Philosophy of Engineering I
5: Introduction to Philosophy of Engineering II
6: Introduction to Engineering Ethics: Codes of Ethics, Whistle Blowing, Case Study Methodology
7: Case Studies: Finish Challenger Case; Ford Pinto Case
8: Case Studies: Chernobyl, Three Mile Island
9: Case Studies (cont.): News Articles
10: Case Studies: Chernobyl, Three Mile Island (cont.)
11: Case Studies: B. F. Goodrich A7D Air Force Brakes
12: First Principles of Engineering Ethics
13: Solving Ethical Problems: Discussion of Heroes, Journeys, and Virtue in Mythology
14: Individual, Professional, and Institutional Values
15: Leadership in Engineering and Industry
16: Competency with Good Character
17: Recap of Semester so Far; Introduction to Codes of Ethics
18: Codes of Ethics (cont.)
19: Safety; Introduction to Narrative Ethics
20: Ethical Terminology
21: Planning for Public Seminar; Terminology (cont.)
22: Public Seminar on Narrative Ethics
23: Human Flourishing
24: Student Presentation
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