Engineering Ethics and Management of Technology

Numbering Code G-ENG07 5G057 LJ77
G-ENG05 8G057 LJ71
G-ENG06 8G057 LJ71
Year/Term 2021 ・ First semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Tue.4
Instructor name NISHIWAKI SHINJI (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
SAWARAGI TETSUO (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
NAKANISHI HIROAKI (Graduate School of Engineering Senior Lecturer)
KOMORI MASAHARU (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
TSUCHIYA TOSHIYUKI (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
IWASAKI TAKASHI (Graduate School of Engineering Program-Specific Professor)
HIRAI TAKASHI (Graduate School of Engineering Program-Specific Associate Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course Basic knowledge of Engineering Ethics and Management of Technology needed for future project leaders in companies and society is taught. Students have to make group work after-class hours as well as presentations of wrapping-up the discussions. Engineering ethics is the field of applied ethics and system of moral principles that apply to the practice of engineering. The field examines and sets the obligations by engineers to society, to their clients, and to the profession. Management of Technology is a set of management disciplines that allows organizations to manage their technological fundamentals to create competitive advantage. This course consists of lectures, exercises, discussions and oral presentations under supervision of professional faculties and extramural lecturers.
Course Goals To cultivate a spirit of self-sufficiency needed for engineers
Schedule and Contents Engineering Ethics,9times,1. Introduction to Engineering Ethics (EE)2.Medical Engineering Ethics3.EE by Institution of Professional Engineers, Japan and abroad4.Product Safety and Product Liability5.Comprehensive Manufacturing and EE (1) 6.Comprehensive Manufacturing and EE (2)7.Group Discussions8.History and Philosophy of EE9.Presentation on exercise of EE
Management of Technology,5times,1.Product Portfolio, Strategy for Competition2.Bussiness Domain and MOT for Marketing3. Organizational Strategy for Corporates' R & D4. Management Theory for R & D5.Presentation on exercise of MOT
Summary,1time,
Evaluation Methods and Policy Submission of reports and presentations
Course Requirements Nothing particular
Textbooks Textbooks/References No textbook
References, etc. Nothing
Related URL No Web Site
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