TRAINING COURSE

Definition:

PhD Jurisprudence and Islamic Teachings is a programme during which students learn specialized courses and aftersuccessful completion of the course they master in one of the fields and receive their PhD degree. 

General aims: 

Instructing lecturers in the area of Islamic Sciences and TeachingsInstructing skillful researchers with mastery in their fieldsImproving academic level of the students up to the level of Ijtihad within the field of Islamic TeachingsDeveloping academic activities in the highest academic levels and within various areas 

Educational goals and policies

Attention to the principles of Islamic perspectivesSpecial attention to religious questions about Islam 

Admission

Applicants should have MA in Jurisprudence and Islamic Teachings and relevant fields.o   Note: After being admitted, students should pass some courses as necessary prerequisite 

Programme duration and structure:

total credits of the programme are 78 covered in a maximum of 10 semesters (including dissertation)Structure of the course is semester and course basedTheoretical course units are covered in 16 hours and the practical ones are covered in 32 hours. Approach in presenting the courses is research-based.Students should present a thesis which is worth 18 credits. 

Course units:

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NO Course Untis credit rating
1 Seminary 34
2 Prerequisite 8
3 Core 8
4 Specialized 10
5 Dissertation 18
Total 78
 

 

Necessity:

Islamic Jurisprudence is constantly expanding and new questions and issues are raised. It is necessary to run doctoral programme (research-based and taught) in Jurisprudence and Islamic Teachings in order to respond to the vast needs of societies in an academic and practical and to fulfill the need for planning for enriching seminary students in religious sciences and improving their academic skills including deduction from (the Quran, Sunnah and intellect). 

Role and skills of graduates:

After successful completion of the programme, students are competent in the field of reasoning jurisprudence and principles of Islamic Law. With the acquired knowledge they can develop theories in the specific areas, teach or continue their education in higher levels. 

A-Seminary course units:

 

No Title Credit rating Study Hours Pre-requisite Notes
Total Theoretical Practical
1 Jurisprudence (1) 2 48 16 32   With an emphasis on research
2 Jurisprudence (2) 2 48 16 32 Jurisprudence (1) With an emphasis on research
3 Jurisprudence (3) 2 48 16 32 Jurisprudence (2) With an emphasis on research
4 Jurisprudence (4) 2 48 16 32 Jurisprudence (3) With an emphasis on research
5 Jurisprudence (5) 2 48 16 32 Jurisprudence (4) With an emphasis on research
5 Principles of Islamic law (1) 4 96 32 64   With an emphasis on research
6 Principles of Islamic law (2) 4 96 32 64 Principles of Islamic law (1) With an emphasis on research
7 Principles of Islamic law (3) 4 96 32 64 Principles of Islamic law (2) With an emphasis on research
8 Principles of Islamic law (4) 4 96 32 64 Principles of Islamic law (3) With an emphasis on research
9 Principles of Islamic law (5) 4 96 32 64 Principles of Islamic law (4) With an emphasis on research
10 Principles of Islamic law (6) 4 96 32 64 Principles of Islamic law (5) With an emphasis on research
  Total 34 816 272 544    
 

 

Note: the syllabus of seminary courses is in accordance with the university’s syllabus      

B- Core:

 

No Title Credit rating Study Hours Pre-requisite Note
Total Theoretical Practical
1 The Quranic verses concerning contemporary religious rules 2 48 16 32   With an emphasis on research
2 Jurisprudential Rules (1) 2 48 16 32   With an emphasis on research
3 Jurisprudential Rules (2) 2 48 16 32 Jurisprudential Rules (1) With an emphasis on research
4 Philosophy of Jurisprudence 3 32 32 -   With an emphasis on research
  Total 8 126 126      
 

 

c- Specialized Courses

With a concentration on the Exegesis of the Quran and the Quranic Sciences

a. Prerequisite Courses

 

No Title Credit rating Study Hours Pre-requisite Note
Total Theoretical Practical
1 History of the Quran and types of readings 1 16 16 -   With an emphasis on religious questions
2 Miracles of the Quran 2 32 32 -   With an emphasis on practical miracles of the Quran
3 Quranic Science 2 2 32 -   with an emphasis on religious innovations and new questions
4 Types of Quranic Interpretations 3 46 46 -   Analytical assessment of interpretation methods; with an emphasis on research
  Total 8 126 126      
 

 

C- Specialized Course Units

 

No Title Credit rating Study Hours Pre-requisite Notes
Total Theoretical Practical
1 Hermeneutic and basics of the Quran 2 32 32 - Language of the Quran Emphasizing on research
2 Method of Ahl-e Bayt in Quran exegesis 1 16 16 - Relation of The Quran and Tradition Emphasizing on research
3 Language of the Quran 1 16 16 -   Emphasizing on research
4 systematic-comparative exegesis of the Quran 2 32 32 - Different schools in the Quran exegesis Emphasizing on methodology; comparative-based and in accordance with the religious questions
5 Methodology of Quranic exegesis 1 16 16 - Different schools in the Quran exegesis Emphasizing on research
6 Thematic-comparative exegesis of the Quran 2 32 32 - Methodology of thematic exegesis of the Quran Emphasizing on religious questions; presented in conference format
7 Relation of the Quran and Tradition 1 16 16 - Different schools in the Quran exegesis Emphasizing on authenticity of tradition and research
8 Thesis 18 576 - 576    
  Total 28 736 160 576    
 

 

2)  Field of Islamic Philosophy     

a. Prerequisites

 

No. Title Credit Rating Study Hours Pre-requisite Notes
Total Theoretical Practical
1 Mosha Wisdom 2 32 32 -   Emphasizing on research
2 Eshraq Wisdom 2 32 32 -   Emphasizing on research
3 Epistemology of religion  2 32 32 - Epistemology Emphasizing on research
4 Assessing and analyzing the West’s ideological foundations 2 32 32 -    
  Total 8 128 128      
 

 

B) Specialized Course units

 

No. Title Credit rating Study Hours Pre-requisites Notes
Total Theoretical Practical
1 Mota’aliye Wisdom (1) 2 32 32 - Mosha’e and Eshraq Wisdom Some parts of Shavahed Robobiyyeh
2 Mota’aliye Wisdom (2) 2 32 32 - Mota’aliye Wisdom (1) Some parts of Shavahed Robobiyyeh
3 Mota’aliye Wisdom (3) 2 32 32 - Mota’aliye Wisdom (2) Some parts of Shavahed Robobiyyeh
4 Modern Western Philosophical Schools 2 32 32 - Assessing and analyzing the West’s ideological foundations  
5 Comparative study of Islam and the West Philosophy 2 32 32 - Moha’e and Ishraq and Mota’aliye Wisdom1(1-3) Causal discussion, being, and movement
6 Thesis 18 576 - 576    

 

Total

28

736

160

576

 

 

 

 

3) Field of Islamic Theology            

a. prerequisite

 

No Title Credit Rating Study Hours Pre-requisites Notes
Total Theoretical Practical
1 Religious epistemology 2 32 32 - Epistemology Emphasizing on research
2 Islamic Philosophy (1) 2 32 32 -   Emphasizing on theology
3 Islamic Philosophy (2) 2 32 32 - Islamic Philosophy (1) Emphasizing on theology
4 Modern Theology (1) 2 32 32 -   Emphasizing on research
  Total 8 128 128      
 

 

b) Specialized Course

 

No Title Credit Rating Study Hours Pre-requisite Note
Total Theoretical Practical
1 Questions about religious beliefs 2 32 32 - Islamic Beliefs and Islamic Philosophy Emphasizing on research
2 Interfaith beliefs 2 32 32 - Islamic Beliefs (1 &2) Emphasizing on research
3 Islamic beliefs (1) 2 32 32 -   Shovareq textbook, or Mavafeq or Maqased
4 Islamic Beliefs (2) 2 32 32 - Islamic Beliefs (1) Shovareq textbook, or Mavafeq or Maqased
5 Modern Beliefs (2) 2 32 32 - Modern Beliefs (1) Emphasizing on research
6 Thesis 18 576 - 576    
  Total 28 736 160 576    
 

 

4) Field of history of Islam     

a. Prerequisites

 

No Title Credit Rating Study Hours Pre-requisites Notes
Total Theoretical Practical
1 history of  Islam and orientalists 2 32 32 -   Emphasizing on Shiite-related subjects
2 Analyzing the sources of History of Islam 2 32 32 -   Emphasizing on research
3 History of Shiite States  2 32 32 -   Emphasizing on research
4 Islamic Culture and Civilization  2 32 32 -   emphasizing on Shiite sources
  Total 8 128 128      
 

 

b) Specialized Courses

 

No Title Credit Rating Study Hours Pre-requisite Notes
Total Theoretical Practical
1 Analytical history of Islam from Abbasid from beginning till the end 2 32 32 -   Emphasizing on research
2 History of Islam in the West and Andalusia 2 32 32 - Analytical history of Islam from Abbasid from beginning till the end Emphasizing on research
3 History of Islam in Egypt and Syria 2 32 32 - Analytical history of Islam from Abbasid from beginning till the end Emphasizing on research
4 Ottoman History 2 32 32 - History of Islam in the West and Andalusia Emphasizing on research
5 History of Islam in the Pacific and Central Asia 2 32 32 - History of Islam in the West and Andalusia Emphasizing on research
6 Thesis 18 576 - 576    
  Total 28 736 160 576    
 

 

   




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