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2006 Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings
The tenets of professionalism in engineering practice require that engineers function within their areas of expertise in order to benefit society. The rapid pace of technological change in today's economy challenges this notion of narrow focus by placing a premium on the multi-disciplinary skills of generalists rather than deeper , more narrowly focused skills of the specialists. As engineering students enter a marketplace characterized by rapid technological change, there is a growing need fordoi:10.18260/1-2--161 fatcat:ucmx373p7zgcln3g4gfrh3bnve