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Basic Research Journal Education Research and Review ISSN 2315-6872 Vol. 5(5) pp 43-47 December 2016

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Contribution of social science electives to engineering

 

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Sinan Çaya

 

Istanbul University, Institute of Marine Administration and Sciences

 

Author's email: sinan.caya@gmail.com

 

Received 20 November, 2016; Accepted 11 December, 2016; Published 03 January, 2017

 

Abstract

 

Even though at first sight engineers are concerned solely with technology, they are superiors of a number of employees, whom they should handle wisely. Moreover, interactions with other units within the technical environment necessitate further human relations, as well. In that context, some familiarity with social sciences appear to be extremely useful for achievement in the field of engineering. Accordingly, social science electives should be encouraged in engineering faculties.

 

Keywords: Engineer; technical environment; social sciences; behavioral sciences; human relations.

 
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