Goa India

India - Engineering Ethics

 

Development of techniques of moral analysis and their application to ethical problems encountered by engineers, such as professional employee rights and whistle blowing; environmental issues; ethical aspects of safety, risk and liability, and public welfare; conflicts of interest; emphasis on developing the capacity for independent ethical analysis of real and hypothetical cases.


Locations and Dates

    • Location: Goa, India
    • Dates: December 26, 2017 - Januray 14, 2018

Location Information

Goa, India


For more information contact

Faculty Leader

Dr. Paul Mario Koola
Department of Ocean Engineering (TAMU Galveston)
Room PMEC 114 (Galveston)
paulmkoola@tamu.edu
(409) 740-4755


Engineering Global Programs
Engineering Activities Building A
engineeringglobalprograms@tamu.edu


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Ms. Irene S. Scott, M.A.
Study Abroad Program Office
3262 TAMU
isscott@tamu.edu | (979) 845-0544

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Courses Offered

ENGR/ PHIL 482: Engineering Ethics(3 CR)

Prerequisites: Junior classification


Eligibility Requirements

  • Minimum of 2.75 GPA
  • Good academic standing with university
  • Attendance at ALL study abroad program specific meetings and attendance at the general orientation workshop in the semester prior to departure
  • Application process will be first come first serve as long as applicants meet requirements

Scholarship & Financial Aid

Applying

The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid offers scholarships based on merit and financial need. Applications are available through the university’s Scholarships & Financial Aid website and deadlines are listed on the website below. The Continuing Student Scholarship application opens September 1, 2017 and closes at 11:59 pm October 10, 2017. To apply, please visit: https://sfaid.tamu.edu/uwideapp

Financial Aid

Federal and state financial aid and some scholarships may often be used toward the cost of Texas A&M University study abroad programs. If you have any other questions, please contact the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid (2nd Floor Pavilion) or (979) 845-3236. https://sfaid.tamu.edu/uwideapp

Funding is available in many forms. For complete information on funding opportunities, please visit the Study Abroad Program Office for financial resources: http://studyabroad.tamu.edu


Passport

Students must have a passport or proof of passport application by the program application deadline. TAMU students are encouraged to apply on campus at the Study Abroad Programs Office. For more information click here.


Cost

The following chart estimates the total out of pocket expenses a student may have participating in this program. These costs are subject to change.

Estimated Program Fee (subject to change)Cost
Housing, Tours, Excursions, Group Meals, Coordination and Administration, Faculty Expenses, Cultural Insurance Services International (CISI), CoE and SAPO Administrative Fees, Miscellaneous $2,100
Additional Expenses (not included in program fee) 
Tuition & Fees (in-state resident for 3 credit hours)* *
International Airfare $1,800
Passport (if not previously obtained) $145
Visa $279
Subtotal$4,324
COE Competitive Scholarship (guaranteed) for students with a 2.5 GPA at time of application $500
Total Estimated Cost$3,824
*Rolled into Spring Semester. Check the Student Business Services website (http://sbs.tamu.edu) for exact tuition/fee amount as it varies per student.