Engineer's Toolkit

Series
Prentice Hall
Author
Carl Mitcham / R. Shannon Duval  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Total pages
131
Pub.-date
December 1999
ISBN13
9780805364361
ISBN
0805364366
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Description

Now you can design a learning package that fits your introductory engineering course perfectly-with The Engineer's Toolkit: A First Course in Engineering. The Engineer's Toolkit is Prentice Hall's innovative publishing program for introductory engineering. Consisting of modules that cover engineering skills and concepts, programming languages and software tools, The Engineer's Toolkit is a flexible solution for keeping up with the evolving curriculum of first-year engineering.

Features

  • Every module is written specifically for this unique introductory program.
    • Students benefit from a consistency in level, terminology, and pedagogy. Ex.___

  • A five-step problem-solving process.
    • Problem-solving is a key skill for introductory Engineering. Ex.___

  • Numerous exercises and problems-Including “What If” and “Try It” features.
    • Lets students immediately practice concepts they've studied. Ex.___

  • A complete supplement package- Includes electronic solutions, teaching strategies, transparencies, transparency masters, and data files.
    • Helps professors prepare for class. Ex.___

Table of Contents



 1. Is Ethics Relative?


 2. Exploring Different Dimensions of Ethics.


 3. Ethical Theories.


 4. Ethics and Institutions.


 5. Models of Professionalism.


 6. Loyalty in Engineering.


 7. Honesty in Engineering.


 8. Responsibility in Engineering.


 9. Informed Consent in Engineering.


10. Ethical Engineering and Conflict Resolution.


11. Engineering and the Environment.