ECET 38000 - Professional Issues In EET
Credit Hours: 1.00.
This course addresses professional ethics, legal issues, professional development, technology transfer, and corporate culture as they relate to EET graduates. Information relating to personal job and career choices, resumes, and interviews are included.
1. List professional societies of interest to electrical engineers and technologists, and identify the benefits of professional society membership and activity.
2. Name the Codes of Ethics that apply to electrical engineers and technologists and explain why ethics codes are important.
3. Explain the ethics of safety concept and how it involves engineers and technologists.
4. Describe techniques to manage and resolve conflicts in the workplace.
5. State the legal definition of sexual harassment.
6. List the potential consequences of sexual harassment for the employee and the employer.
7. Prepare an effective resume.
8. Know how to prepare for and conduct a successful employment interview.
9. Explain the benefits of graduate education and lifelong learning.
10. Learn ways for smoothing the transition from the education environment to the workplace environment.
Must be enrolled in Electrical Engineering Technology
May not be enrolled as the following Classifications:
- Sophomore: 45 - 59 hours
- Sophomore: 30 - 44 hours
- Freshman: 15 - 29 hours
- Freshman: 0 - 14 hours