Engineering education is a two-phase system of tuition and manner, which any lack of attention to each leads to upbringing professionals inefficient in both material and mental points of view, respectively. The manner phase makes engineer capable of communicating, arguing, reasoning, and making decision in the most impressive manner. Hence, the education of engineering ethics at university might prepare students to face the professional life readily. This ability is possible if only they are educated in the light of an organized new curriculum program. The aim of the current paper is to support such a modified program. The proposed curriculum map includes four parts of scopes, topics, teaching methods, and outcomes, regulated at four levels. These parts would be upgraded from fundamentals of engineering profession up to moral evaluations and criticisms.