TRAINING COURSE

About the Program:

Over successful completion of the general and specialized courses of Islamic Law and Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence students will be awarded Bachelor’s Degree.

Program’s General Objectives:

1. Introducing the Ahle Bayt’s Islamic Law as the dynamic Islamic law fulfilling contemporary needs worldwide

2. Attempting to make the program specialized and dynamic

3. Broadening the domain of reasoning discussions of Islamic law to the modern legal subjects

4. Deepening and expanding discussions regarding Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence as the method and way of deducing jurisprudential decrees in individual and social domains

5. Paving the way for training specialists (researchers and lecturers) in the discussions of Islamic law and principles of Islamic jurisprudence in proportion to the global regional requirements 3

6. Making the jurisprudential viewpoints practical within the framework of Islamic system viewpoints in jurisprudential researchers through utilizing research capacities.

Credits:

Total credits of the BA Islamic Law and Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence are 189 credits studied over 10 semesters. Each theoretical course equals 16 hours and each practical one is 32. Each semester lasts 16 weeks.

Program Schedule:

No.

Course Units

Credit rating

1.

Seminary

54

2.

General

21

3.

Common with other programs

54

4.

Specialized

60

 

Total

189

 

Graduate’s Capabilities:

On successful completion of the course, students are expected to answer jurisprudential and legal enquiries and be effective in their personal, social and international domains. Since the knowledge of Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence acts as the logic for comprehension of religious contexts and is the method of the right and standard comprehension and deduction of Islamic contexts and sources-which is the manifestation of Jurisprudence of Hadith and the noble Islamic-Shia Ijtihad and the symbol of religious obedience.

Importance and Necessity:

The victory of Islamic revolution and ruling of Islamic Republic of Iran necessitated attention to the Islamic Law and Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence as the logic for understanding religious contexts.

Accordingly, the knowledge of Islamic Law and Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence should be expanded while there is a comparison between contemporary Islamic law and the Sunni Islamic law and the same time it should be in proportion to the international legal systems. That is the point where the development and expansion of the Islamic law becomes a necessity; a development and expansion which is based on traditional Islamic law and according the historical reports and at the same time is in proportion to the situation which also provides answer to the enquiries raised by the Islamic world.

Credits:

a.Seminary Course Units:

No.

Course Units

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.

Analysis &Syntax

2

64

-

64

Syntax(3)

-

7.

Reading Comprehension

2

64

-

64

Syntax(3) and Analysis and Syntax

-

8.

Method of Teaching the Quran

1

32

-

32

-

-

9.

Introductory Islamic Philosophy

2

32

32

-

-

-

10. 

Dissemination Method

1

32

-

32

-

-

11. 

Introduction to Iran’s History and Culture

2

32

32

-

-

-

12. 

Introductory Logic

2

32

32

-

-

-

13. 

Jurisprudential Rules

2

32

32

-

-

-

14. *

Islamic Law (9)

5

80

80

-

-

-

15. 

Contemporary Islamic Law (1)

3

32

32

-

Islamic Law (3)

-

16. 

Contemporary Islamic Law (2)

3

32

32

-

Contemporary Islamic Law (1)

 

17. 

Contemporary Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence

3

32

32

-

-

-

18. 

Dirayat Al-Hadith

2

32

32

-

-

-

19. 

Quranic Verses on Decrees

4

64

64

-

-

-

 

Total

54

976

654

320

-

-

 

*This course unit is followed by specialized courses and passed after Islamic Law (8)

b.General Course Units:

No.

Course Units

Credit rating

Total hours

Taught

Practical

Pre-requisite

Notes

1.

Islamic Thought (1)

2

32

32

-

-

-

2.

Islamic Thought (2)

2

32

32

-

Islamic Thought (1)

-

3.

Analytical History of Early Islam

2

32

32

-

-

-

4.

Imam Khomeini Sociopolitical Viewpoints

2

32

32

-

Islamic Thought (2)

-

5.

Farsi Literature

3

48

48

-

-

-

6.

Physical Education

2

32

32

-

-

-

7.

Islamic Ethics

2

32

32

-

-

-

8.

Thematic Commentary of the Quran

2

32

32

-

Introductory Commentary

-

9.

Family Management

1

16

16

-

-

-

10.

Foreign Language

3

48

48

-

-

-

 

Total

21

336

336

-

-

-

 

Note: the course units of the general courses are approved by the Cultural Revolution Council.

c.Course units common with other programs

No.

Course Units

Credit rating

Total hours

Taught

Practical

Pre-requisite

Notes

1.

Complementary Syntax

1

32

-

32

Syntax (3)

-

2.

Introduction to the Quranic Studies

2

32

32

-

-

-

3.

Introductory Commentary

2

32

32

-

Introduction to the Quranic Studies

-

4.

Thematic Commentary (2)

2

32

32

-

Ethics

-

5.

Introduction to History and Sources of Hadith

2

32

32

-

Introduction to the Quranic Studies

-

 




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