TRAINING COURSE

Definition:

 BA Islamic Teachings and Arabic Literature is level students learn the related modules and over the successful completion of the program will be awarded the BA in the field.

Program General Objectives :

 

Creating the ability of critical analysis of the religious literature texts (old),

Instructing lecturer in the field of Arabic literature,

Familiarizing students with the structure and history of Arabic literature and its usage in producing religious teachings,

Preparing students for the theories and teachings created after the modern developments and under the effects of related societies,

Moving toward creating research societies in the field of Arabic literature concentrating on the study of religion relevant to the modern time – information age,

Encouraging student for research activities,

Finding talented students and nurturing them so that they can continue their education to graduate level,

Gaining proficiency in Arabic conversation.

Educational Goals and Policies :

Providing the situation for the students to expand their morality and spirituality,

Having special attention toward the Quranic teachings and the Rewayat of Ahl-e bayt (a.s) when deciding the course units and textbooks,

Creating the ability of research and teaching through acquiring necessary skills,

Developing the skill of using the texts related to commentary and Hadith,

Acquiring general knowledge in the field of Islamic sciences and Islamic teachings as required,

Getting familiar with Islamic Jurisprudence, Islamic Law and Islamic Beliefs as needed in regard to the field of study,

Getting familiar with the core course units through allocating a minimum 33% of the courses to them.

Program Structure:

There are a total of 167 courses which are studied over maximum 5 years due to combining special courses with seminary ones.

Each theoretical course lasts 16 hours and each practical course takes 32 hours.

Number and type of course units :

Total course units of the BA Islamic Teachings and Arabic Literature is 167 and the course units and credits are as below:

No.

Course Units

Credit rating

1.

Seminary

32

2.

General

21

3.

Common with other programs

54

4.

Specialized

60

 

Total

167

 

Importance and Necessity:

The religious sources are in majority written in Arabic language and the literature used in them has some challenges which are not resolved but through literary analysis, hence it is necessary to have a scientific movement for reviving the literary mentality in the realm of religious filed. The usage of personal perceptions from the past literature which are particularly applied in the Quran not only caused negligence of some of teachings but also created some question, an example of which is comprehension of the miracles of the Quran. Due to having superficial views in the field of religious sciences we also observe faults and mistakes in the process of comprehension and deducing religious teachings and creating this program can connect the new and last generation and also move in the direction of literary refinement of religious fields. Moreover, due to the vast activities of the academic competitors and suggesting questions in the field makes this program a relevant one more than ever.

Role and Effectiveness :

Presence of the tendency toward religious researches in learning the literary sciences has made this the planners to concentrates more on the theoretical and practical skills and literary sciences and then work on the other modules in order to prepare the students for graduate and PhD level. That is the reason more emphasis has been put on and manifested in the “Proficiency” and “competency” in “literary comprehension” but not in the field of relation.

1.Seminary Course Units:

No.

Course Units

Credit rating

Total hours

Theoretical

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 and Reading Comprehension

2

64

-

64

Syntax(3) and Analysis and Syntax

-

8.

Method of Teaching the Quran

1

32

-

32

Reading and Introductory Recitation of the Quran

-

9.

Introductory Philosophy of Islam

2

32

32

-

-

-

10.

Method of Dissemination

1

32

-

32

Islamic Thought (2)

-

11.

Familiarity with Iran History and Culture

2

32

32

-

-

-

12.

Introductory Logic

2

32

32

-

-

-

 

Total

32

672

352

320

-

-

  

2.General Course Units:

 

No.

Course Units

Credit rating

Total hours

Theoretical

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 section are approved by the Cultural Revolution Council.

3.Course Units offered by other programs: (Common with other programs)

No.

Course Units

Credit rating

Total hours

Theoretical

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 Hadith Sources

2

32

32

-

Introduction to the Quranic Studies

-

6.

Islamic Thought (3)

2

32

32

-

Islamic Thought (2)

-

7.

Islamic Thought (4)

2

32

32

-

Islamic Thought (3)

-

8.

General History of Religions (1)

2

32

32

-

-

-

9.

General History of Religions (1)

2

32

32

-

General History of Religions (1)

-

10.

History of Islam (2)

2

32

32

-

Analytical History of Early Islam

-

11.

Introduction to Islamic Religions and Sects

2

32

32

-

-

-

12.

Shia Study

2

3

32

-

Introduction to Islamic Religions and Sects

 

13.

Introduction to Islamic Mysticism

2

32

32

-

-

-

14.

Principles of Islamic Law

5

80

80

-

Logic and Syntax (2)

-

15.

Introduction to Islamic Law

2

32

32

-

-

-

16.

Islamic Law (1)

4

64

64

-

Introduction to Islamic Law

-

17.

Islamic Law (2)

4

64

64

-

Islamic Law (1)

-

18.

Islamic Law (3)

4

64

64

-

Islamic Law (2)

-

19.

Logic

4

64

64

-

Introductory Logic

-

20.

Islamic Philosophy

4

64

64

-

Introductory Philosophy of Islam

-

21.

Research Method

2

48

16

32

-

-

 

Total

54

896

832

64

-

-

 

4.Specialized Course Units (Islamic Teachings and Arabic Literature)

No.

Course Units

Credit rating

Total hours

Theoretical

Practical

Pre-requisite

Notes

1.

Complementary Morphology

2

48

16

32

Morphology (2)

-

2.

Advance Syntax (1)

4

80

48

32

Syntax & Morphology

-

3.

Advance Syntax (2)

4

80

48

32

Syntax & Morphology

-

4.

Advance Syntax (3)

4

80

48

32

Syntax & Morphology

-

5.

Advance Syntax (4)

4

80

48

32

Complementary Morphology

-

6.

Advance Syntax and Morphology (1)

2

64

-

64

Advance Syntax (1&2)

-

7.

Advance Syntax and Morphology (2)

2

64

-

64

Advance Syntax (1) & Eloquence Studies

The Eloquence issues are also indicated. Approximately 10% Eloquence studies, General 50%, Quranic verses 30%, ‘Ash’ar 10%

8.

Eloquence Studies (1)

2

48

16

32

Advance Syntax (1) & Eloquence Studies

Ma’ani Studies

9.

Eloquence Studies (2)

2

48

16

32

Advance Syntax (1) & Eloquence Studies

Bayan and Badi’e Studies

10.

Linguistics

2

32

32

-

Advance Morphology

-

11.

Terminology

2

32

32

-

Advance Morphology

-

12.

Reading Texts

2

64

-

64

Advance Syntax

Practical application is considered

13.

Literary Analysis of Texts

2

64

-

64

Advance Syntax (4) & Eloquence Studies (1)

20% of the work is allocated to the position of (‘Estedhar)

14.

Literary Analysis of Nahj Al-Balaqa and Sahife Sajadiyyeh

2

48

16

32

Advance Syntax (1) & Eloquence Studies (1)

-

15.

Literary Commentary of the Quran

2

32

32

-

Complementary Morphology and Syntax (2)

Students are required not to apply their religions’ Rewayee rules except some approved instances

16.

Literary Miracles of the Quran

2

32

32

-

Complementary Morphology and Syntax (2)

Methodological approach in studying the literary miracles of the Quran should be noted

17.

Qarib Al-Quran and Hadith

2

32

32

-

Complementary Morphology and Syntax (1)

-

18.

History of Arabic Literature (1)

2

32

32

-

Complementary Morphology and Syntax (1)

The historical developments and involved elements should be underlined (not concentrating on the personalities)

19.

History of Arabic Literature (1)

2

32

32

-

History of Arabic Literature (1)

The historical developments and involved elements should be underlined (not concentrating on the personalities)

20.

Contemporary Literature

2

32

32

-

Linguistics

-

21.

Dictate and Composition

2

64

-

64

Contemporary Literature

It is about the method of writing and composing according to the modern methods

22.

Literature of Poetry (Naḍm)

2

48

16

32

Morphology and Syntax (2)

The application of the rules are assessed

23.

Research Method in Arabic Literature

2

48

16

32

Advance Morphology (3)

With special attention to the research workshop during the program approximately one credit is allocated to the study of the sources

24.

Method of Teaching Arabic Literature

2

64

-

64

Advance Morphology and Syntax (1)

-

25.

Principle and Methods of Translation (1)

2

48

16

32

Advance Morphology (3)

Translation workshop takes an extensive part of the module

26.

Principle and Methods of Translation (2)

2

48

16

32

Principle and Methods of Translation (1)

-

27.

Principle and Methods of Translation (3)

2

48

16

32

Principle and Methods of Translation (1&2)

-

28.

Arabic Conversation

2

64

-

64

-

-

 

Total

60

1392

544

832

-

-

Note: Students in the field of Arabic Literature pass the (Arabic Conversation) before the beginning of the program.




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