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First Year academy August 16, 2014. Ethics, Professionalism, and WVU Engineering Policies. Ethics. Fundamental Canons of the NSPE Code of Ethics for Engineers: Hold paramount the safety, health, and welfare of the public. Perform services only in the areas of their competence.

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First year academy august 16 2014

First Year academyAugust 16, 2014

Ethics, Professionalism, and WVU Engineering Policies


Ethics
Ethics

  • Fundamental Canons of the NSPE Code of Ethics for Engineers:

    • Hold paramount the safety, health, and welfare of the public.

    • Perform services only in the areas of their competence.

    • Issue public statements only in an objective and truthful manner.

    • Act for each employer or client as faithful agents or trustees.

    • Avoid deceptive acts.

    • Conduct themselves honorably, responsibly, ethically, and lawfully so as to enhance the honor, reputation, and usefulness of the profession.


Professionalism
Professionalism

  • A professional:

    • Has high academic standards

    • Serves the community

    • Continually renews knowledge

    • Uses good judgment

    • Is dedicated beyond personal considerations

  • Professionalism is displaying the attributes of a professional in society and in work.


What is the future of engineering
What is the future of engineering?

  • Engineering the Future: What is the Future of Engineering?


Entrance to major
Entrance to major

  • Requirements to Move to an Engineering Discipline Major:

    • MUST have a Freshman Core GPA > 2.25

      • ENGR 101

      • ENGR 102

      • ENGR 199

      • MATH 155

      • CHEM 115

      • ENGL 101

    • MUST have a cumulative GPA > 2.25


Transfer out
Transfer Out

  • A student may transfer out of the Statler College by talking to his/her advisor and completing a request form.

  • A student may also be transferred out of the Statler College for unsatisfactory academic performance or progress. Students WILL be transferred out of the Statler College if they:

    • Earn D/F two times in any math course, Calculus 1, and below (includes earning D/F in two different math courses)

    • Have a cumulative GPA < 2.0 (probation) two semesters in a row (eligible for suspension)

    • Fail to move to an engineering discipline major within four semesters (or five semesters for students who start with Math Workshop their first semester)

  • Students who are transferred out of the Statler College may be readmitted when they have completed the requirements to transfer directly into a discipline major.


Handouts
handouts

  • WVU Engineering Student’s Creed

    • Sign, Date, and Return

  • Freshman Engineering Program Brochure