Professional engineers take seriously their responsibility – not just for the quality of the jobs they work on – but for the safety and well-being of the public at large. Since its founding, NSPE has been the profession's most respected voice on the practice of ethical engineering.

2014 Fall Ethics Web Seminars
Completed Key Concepts in Engineering Ethics: Protecting the Public Health and Safety & Demonstrating Professional Competence
Oct. 21 Key Concepts in Engineering Ethics: Maintaining Objectivity/Truthfulness and Addressing Conflict of Interest (This webinar is approved for NY State credit by PIE, Inc.)
Registration for this course is now closed.
Nov. 18 Key Concepts in Engineering Ethics: Preserving Confidentiality, Receiving and Providing Gifts and Other Valuable Consideration and Emerging Areas (This webinar is approved for NY State credit by PIE, Inc.)
The complete lineup of fall webinars will be posted here in the near future!
  • Code of Ethics
    Read the guiding principles of the NSPE Code of Ethics and the Engineers' Creed. >>
  • Board of Ethical Review
    Founded in 1954, NSPE's BER serves as the profession's guide through ethical dilemmas and interpreter of the Code of Ethics. >>
  • Ethics Resources
    Includes Board of Ethical Review Cases, "You Be The Judge" articles, Milton F. Lunch Contest, Ethics Exam, Education & Publications, Ethics Videos, and more. >>
  • On-Demand Courses
    Looking for online engineering ethics seminars? NSPE's comprehensive offerings of online courses are available 24/7. See what we have to offer. >>
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