Professional Education Services Company, ltd

Training for Professionals by Professionals

New Jersey Professional Ethics

Course Outline

· Identify the purpose of Government and Law.

· Identify the role of private property and the enforcement of contracts in the creation of wealth

· Define wealth

· Distinguish between moral code, ethical code and legal code

· Identify the economic roles of an individual

· List the canons of the National Society of Engineers Code of Professional Conduct

· Define legal and ethical aspects of intellectual property

· Distinguish between Statutes and Regulations Rules

· List the New Jersey Statutes governing the practice of engineering

· List the New Jersey Administrative Code regulating the practice of engineering

· List New Jersey Statutes codifying professional ethical conduct

Instructor/Developer:            Nicholas C. Georgalis, MSEE, PE


Mr. Nick Georgalis is an Ohio registered professional engineer with Masters of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.  He minored in Philosophy during his undergraduate studies at Case Western Reserve University.  He has  taken courses in Law as part of his graduate studies at Cleveland State University.   Mr. Georgalis has experience in the design and project management of Intelligent Transportation Systems and has worked as a building engineer and area manager for AT&T.  More recently Mr. Georgalis served as a Patent Examiner for the United States Patent and Trademark Office.  Prior to becoming a patent examiner he represented himself before the USPTO in his successful patent filing.  Mr. Georgalis is an author and publisher.  His current book is called “God and Wealth The Rise and Fall of Nations” where he presents a detailed historical and statistical study of the reasons for the fate of nations.  The book is available on Amazon.  His publishing is through this web site, where he publishes his courses as well as the courses submitted by others.  Mr. Georgalis’ experience with government agencies as a contractor and as an employee with the USPTO, his years spent in writing his book, his graduate and undergraduate studies, as well as his research of the laws of the State of New Jersey has enabled him to develop and present this course on New Jersey Professional Ethics.

Course is qualified for:

On-line hours



Professional Engineers



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