@mikegerwitz Nothing whatsoever, if I remember correctly.
Undergrad computer engineering degree from a small school in India. Been a while, so my memory is unreliable.
(We once hosted a talk by RMS, which made a big difference.)
MSCS from a US university. Courses offered: https://www.cs.indiana.edu/graduate/courses.html
(I'm married to a civil engineer who studied at "better" schools. Ethics is a part of her academic and professional licensing curricula. She also had a class about engineering mishaps.)
@mikegerwitz Found recent syllabus of my undergrad school:
Nothing that is even remotely liberal arts-y, except perhaps that one course on "Environmental Studies and Technical Communication".
(This being a technical-only campus, there's not even the option of taking classes offered by other departments, because there are no other departments. You don't get any leeway on what classes you get to take, unlike a US campus.)
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