Professional ethics concerns the moral issues that arise because of the specialist knowledge that professionals attain, and how the use of this knowledge should be governed when providing a service to the public. Professional ethics are different from other kinds of ethics because it is normally stated in code of ethics, focuses on issues that are important in a given profession, and often takes precedence over personal morality when a professional is in his restriction of personal conduct. Also, professional ethics can be divided into two parts: preventive ethics an aspiration ethics. Preventive ethics aim at preventing professional misconduct and engineering disasters. Aspiration ethics are positive ideals oriented toward producing a better life for humankind through technology.
The basis of my personal is not religion, but does pertain to the golden rule test in the right for person theory. I believe in treating others as I would like to be treated simply because you have to give respect in order to get respect. The Right for Persons Theory approach applies the idea of universalizability. This implies that my judgment should not change because roles are reversed and that we should find it morally acceptable for others to do similar things referring to similar circumstances. For example, reversibility has me asking what I would think if the roles were reversed. If I was to lie in order to escape punishment, then I need to ask myself what I would think if I were the one whom the lie is told on.
Becoming a computer engineer has always been a goal of mine. Computer engineering is a discipline that integrates several fields of electrical engineering and computer science required to develop computer systems. Computer engineers usually have training in electronic engineering (or electrical engineering), software design, and hardware-software integration instead of only software engineering or electronic engineering. Computer...