TRAINING COURSE

 


Islamic Education - Higher Diploma

The Aims:

a. Expansion and publication of Islamicteachings originated from the Quran and the

Imams’ sayings and confrontingcultural, political and social invasions waged by the so called East and Westagainst the Islam world. The course will raise cultural, moral and Islamictraining awareness of Muslims particularly the young generation and familiarizesthem with the teachings of Ahle Bayt (a.s(.

b. Fulfilling the strong need of Islamiccommunities for Islamic teachings and culture

c. Training committed and devotedexperts to teach Islamic teachings in different countries and ease shortage oflecturers and teachers familiar with Islamic teachings and principles.

d. Training Muslim disseminators so asto expand Islamic teachings and culture internationally.

e. Training researchers, experts, authors and translators in the field of Islamic studies and teachings

ProgramStructure

The credit-based programis studied over 12 to 24 months. Each year contains 2 semesters and eachsemester covers 16 weeks. Students pass a total of 98 credits. Each credit hour for theoretical, practicaland vocational is one, two and three hours per week respectively. The ordinancesfor selecting and dropping course units and other regulation that apply to theprogram are based on the Educational Laws passed by the Planning Council.

Effectiveness:

On completion of thecourse and according to their talents and interests, the students learn a seriesof practical, theoretical and empirical knowledge upon Islamic teachings andlaws; they will be able to attend the classesand ease shortages regardingIslamic teachings and laws in different countries, institutions, academic andcultural centers particularly when it comes to the education sector of thecountries. The students can therefore lay the grounds for expansion of Islamicbeliefs and improvement of people’s viewpoints toward Islam as well asdevelopment of the language of Islam (Farsi(.

The graduates play aneffective part in creation and expansion of Islamic culture and teachings indifferent countries.

A. Howzawi:

Number

title

Credit rating

Total hours

Taught

Practical

Pre-requisite

Notes

1.

Morphology(1)

4

80

48

32

-

-

2.

Morphology(2)

3

64

32

32

Morphology(1)

-

3.

Syntax (1)

3

48

48

-

Morphology(2)

-

4.

Syntax (2)

5

96

64

32

Syntax (1)

-

5.

Syntax (3)

5

96

64

32

Syntax (2)

-

6.

Introductory Logic

2

32

32

-

-

-

 

7.

Logic

4

9

64

64

-

-

 

Total

26

425

352

192

-

-

B. General:

Number

title

Credit rating

Total hours

Taught

Practical

Pre-requisite

Notes

1.

Islamic Teachings(1)

2

32

32

-

-

-

2.

Islamic Ethics and Training

2

32

32

-

-

-

3.

Farsi

3

48

48

-

-

-

4.

Foreign Language

3

48

48

-

-

-

5.

Physical Education

1

32

-

32

-

-

 

Total

11

192

160

32

-

-

Note: General coursesare approved by the Cultural Revolution Committee

 

C. Compulsory courses:

Numberr

title

Credit rating

Total hours

Taught

Practical

Pre-requisite

Notes

1.

Introduction to Imam Khomeini’s Political Viewpoints

2

32

32

-

Islamic Beliefs (3)

-

2.

Islamic Beliefs(2)

2

32

32

-

Islamic Teachings(1)

-

3.

Islamic Beliefs(3)

2

32

32

 

Islamic Beliefs(2)

-

4.

Islamic Beliefs(4)

2

32

32

-

Islamic Beliefs(3)

-

5.

Supplementary Recitation of The Quran

1

32

 

32

Method of Teaching The Quran

-

6.

Method of Teaching The Quran

1

32

 

32

-

-

7.

Introductory Commentary

2

64

32

32

Introduction to the Quranic Studies

-

8.

Introduction to the Quranic Studies

2

32

32

-

-

-

9.

Introduction to Religions

2

32

32

-

Islamic Beliefs (3)

-

10.

Shia Studies

2

32

32

-

Islamic Beliefs (3)

-

11.

Introduction to the History and Sources of Hadith

2

32

32

-

Introduction to the Quranic Studies

-

12.

History of Islam (1)

2

32

32

-

History of Islam

-

13.

History of Islam (2)

2

32

32

-

History of Islam (1)

-

14.

Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence

5

80

80

-

Logic and Syntax (3)

-

15.

Introduction to Islamic Law

2

32

32

-

Syntax(3)

-

16.

Islamic Law(1)

4

64

64

-

Islamic law and Introduction to Islamic Law

-

17.

Islamic Law(2)

4

64

64

-

Islamic Law(1) and Principles of Islamic Law

-

18.

Islamic Law(3)

4

64

64

-

Islamic Law(2)

-

19.

Introductory Islamic Philosophy

2

32

32

-

-

-

20.

Islamic Philosophy

4

64

64

-

Islamic Philosophy and Introductory Logic

-

21.

Dissemination Method

1

32

 

32

Islamic Reflection(2)

-

 

Total

51

896

768

128

-

-

Note: At least 10 of the elective options must be chosen

 

D. Electives:

Numberr

title

Credit rating

Total hours

Taught

Practical

Pre-requisite

Notes

1.

Memorizing the Quran (1)

1

32

-

32

-

-

2.

Memorizing the Quran (2)

1

32

-

32

Memorizing the Quran (1)

 

3.

Thematic Commentary(1)

2

32

32

-

Introductory Commentary

-

4.

Thematic Commentary (2)

2

32

32

-

Thematic Commentary(1) and Ethics

-

5.

Introduction to Sahife Sajjdiyye and Nahj Al-Balaqe

2

32

32

-

-

-

6.

Introduction to Islamic Sects

2

32

32

-

Islamic Beliefs (1&2)

-

7.

History of The Islamic Republic

2

32

32

-

-

-

8.

Introduction to Sources of Islamic Studies

1

16

16

-

-

-

9.

Cultural Management

1

16

16

-

Dissemination Method

-

10.

Method of Teaching

1

32

-

32

-

-

11.

Socio-Political Information

2

32

32

-

-

-

12.

Introduction to the Socio-Political Thoughts of Shahid Sadr and Shahid Motahari

2

32

32

-

Beliefs(2)

-

13.

Introduction To Islamic Mysticism

1

16

16

-

-

-

 

Total

20

368

272

96

-

-

Note: At least 10 of the elective options must be chosen.

 




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