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Ethics I for Professional Engineers

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Reviews the approach of the study of ethics, 5 prominent theories of ethics, and the application of these theories to serving the public as a Professional Engineer.

Ethics is defined as the study of standards of conduct and moral judgment; moral philosophy. The purpose of this course is to provide guidelines for ethical conduct for practitioners engaged in engineering activities. The course concludes with an evaluation exam covering all three chapters of the text.

This course is designed to fulfill the requirements of 864 IAC 1.1-15-3(b) of the Indiana Board of Professional Engineers; Chapter 6, Paragraph 03 A (1) of the Maryland Board of Professional Engineers and has been approved by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers as course #0009949 under Rule 61G15-22.0101(5) by providing one hour of continuing education on ethics applicable to the practice of professional engineering. In addition, this course may be used to fulfill one of the two hour ethics course requirements for Wisconsin under section A-E13.03(1)(b).


Mar 01, 2026


Architecture , Civil Engineering , Electrical Engineering , Electrician , Mechanical Engineering





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