FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
Course Name   ENGINEERING ETHICS
Semester Course Code Theoretical / Practice time ECTS
8 1207841 2,00 / 0,00 3,00
Course Degree Bachelor's degree
Course Language Turkish
Format of Delivery: Face to Face
Course Coordinator Prof. Dr. Muazzez ÇELİK KARAKAYA
Coordinator e-mail mcelik selcuk.edu.tr
Instructors
Asistant Instructors
Course Objectives Engineering ethics is (1) the study of moral issues and decisions confronting individuals and organizations involved in engineering and (2) the study of related questions about moral conduct, acter, ideals and relationships of peoples and organizations involved in technological development.
Basic Sciences Engineering Scinces Social Sciences Educational Sciences Artistic sciences Medical Science Agricultural sciences
70 20 10 0 0 0 0
Course Learning Methods and Techniquies
Presentation, homework and discussion of cases.
Week Course Content Resource
1 Introduction to course program and content, give the internet addresses and reference books, to explaining to the aim and target of the course, interpretation of historical development of ethic, the meaning and root of ethic word, Base Ethical Theory and fundamental rules, behaviour of human responsibilities. Schinzinger, R., Martin, W. M.,?Introduction to Engineering Ethics? McGraw-Hill,USA, 2000
2 Relation of Ethic ? Morality, Relation of Ethic ? Engineering, Introducing to developing ethical rules, Theory of Ethic, The theory of to consider importance, The theory of usefulness. Kirby, R., S., et. Al., ?Engineering in History?, Dover Publications, New York, 1990.
3 Relation of Ethic ? Morality, Relation of Ethic ? Engineering, Introducing to developing ethical rules, Theory of Ethic, The theory of to consider importance, The theory of usefulness.
4 Values of Ethics, Gold Rules, Universal Values, Ethic Connection, Justices and Freedoms, Appraising of Person Action, Top Values. Annemarie Pieper, Etiğe Giriş, Ayrıntı Yayınları, 1999, ?Einführung in die Etik? kitabından çevirenler Veysel Atayman, Gönül Sezer, ISBN 975-539-194-0.
5 The models of ethic, the Importance of ethic for person practice, engineering ethics and its deion, honesty in engineering, engineering responsibility, product responsibility, relation of ethic-emprical and normative sciences, the concepts of job and profession of ethics. ABET, 2002-2003 Criteria for Accrediting Engineering programs.
6 Ethic as a practical science, the importance of ethic for person practice, relation of ethic - psychology, psychology ? sociology, teology-ethic, law- ethic, e ducation and ethic, the principles of base justice, methods of ethical requirements, relation of ethic-emprical sciences, relation of ethic- normative sciences.
7 Ethic as a practical science, the importance of ethic for person practice, relation of ethic - psychology, psychology ? sociology, teology-ethic, law- ethic, e ducation and ethic, the principles of base justice, methods of ethical requirements, relation of ethic-emprical sciences, relation of ethic- normative sciences.
8 Ethical requirements and basement, Global and Universal Dimension of Ethic, Profession as a Soot , Scientific Profession Ethic Standards, Social Dimension of Engineering Applications, The Importance of Ethic for Person Practice, Relation of Ethic-Emprical Sciences, Relation of Ethic- Normative Sciences,
9 Midterm exam
10 The Principles of Engineering Ethic, Responsibility to the Society, Responsibility to the Nature and Environment
11 Responsibility to the Profession and Colleagues, Responsibility to the Employer and Customer, Personal Responsibility. Job and Profession Ethics
12 Principles of Professional behaviour of TMMOB and ve Basic principles of Engineering Ethics accepted by World Engineering Association on 5th October 1977.
13 The examination and discussion of real events, case studies by ethic rules.
14 The examination and discussion of real events, case studies by ethic rules.
15 The examination and discussion of real events, case studies by ethic rules.
Assesment Criteria   Mid-term exam Final exam
  Quantity Percentage Quantity Percentage  
Term Studies : - - - -
Attendance / Participation : - - - -
Practical Exam : - - - -
Special Course Exam : - - - -
Quiz : - - - -
Homework : - - 1 20
Presentations and Seminars : - - - -
Projects : - - - -
Workshop / Laboratory Applications : - - - -
Case studies : - - - -
Field Studies : - - - -
Clinical Studies : - - - -
Other Studies : - - - -
Mid-term exam   1 40 - -
Final exam   - - 1 40
ECTS WORK LOAD TABLE   Number Duration
Course Duration : 14 2
Classroom Work Time : 6 2
Presentations and Seminars : - -
Course Internship : - -
Workshop / Laboratory Applications : - -
Field Studies : - -
Case studies : - -
Projects : - -
Homework : - -
Quiz : - -
Mid-term exam : 1 1
Final Exam : 1 1
ECTS 1
No COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES CONTRIBUTION
D.Ö.Ç. 1 Knowledge and skills students are expected to acquire as a result of the course. 4
D.Ö.Ç. 2 These statements should be ?measurable? with specific performance criteria identified that indicates how students could demonstrate to the instructor that they have mastered the course level or unit level objective in the course. 4
D.Ö.Ç. 3 There might be as few as 3-5 outcomes per objective, or there might be as many as 3-5 outcomes for each week in the semester. 4
D.Ö.Ç. 4 These are the things that will need to be assesses for MÜDEK purposes, so fewer, broader outcomes will probably be more manageable. 4
D.Ö.Ç. 5 The skills of creativity and independent decision-making develops 4
D.Ö.Ç. 6 Gains to ability of analyze problems and formulation 4
D.Ö.Ç. 7 Basic sciences and engineering knowledge in the field of engineering geology is develops 4
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