TRAINING COURSE

Definition:

The BA Islamic Teachings and Economics is a program in which the seminary students learn the seminary and Islamic studies modules as well as the specialized course units in the Economics and over successful completion of the program they will be rewarded BA in Islamic Teachings and Economics.

Objectives:

1. Teaching common seminary course units: (equal to level one of the seminary schools);

2. Familiarity with fundamental reflections of religion (Islamic Teachings);

3. Creating new educational fields needed in the seminary schools;

4. Instructing experts in economics focusing on religious teachings

5. Increasing the skills of seminary students in order for them to carry out disseminations and teaching;

6. Training talented students to advance to postgraduate level in Islamic Teachings and Economics;

7. Expanding the research skills of the students through allocating 10% of the credits to research credits.

Role and Effectiveness:

Through the knowledge acquired about the present economic system and the Islamic economic system, the students can be the best disseminators of Islam by explaining the advantages of Islam’s economic schools over the other economic schools. Students acquired knowledge is effective enough to take them to upper educational levels.

Program Structure:

The program is studied over 5 years. The educational system is a combination of seminary and university systems utilizing the positive customs of seminary system such as pre-studies, discussion and benefiting the experience of university such as the modern pedagogical techniques and research. The system is credit hour and the theoretical and practical credits are 16 and 32 hours respectively.

Course Unit Structure:

There are a total of 177 credits studied in the BA Islamic Teachings and Economics program. The majority of the credits are theoretical and research-based which are presented during the teaching.

Credit Units: 

No.

Course Units

Credit rating

1.

Seminary

42

2.

General

21

3.

Core

44

4.

Specialized

70

 

Total

177

 

 

a.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.

Islamic Beliefs (1)

2

32

32

-

-

-

8.

Islamic Beliefs (2), Islamic Reflection (2)

2

32

32

-

-

-

9.

Logic (1)

2

32

32

-

-

-

10. 

Logic (2)

2

32

32

-

-

-

11. 

Islamic Philosophy (1)

2

32

32

-

-

-

12. 

Islamic Philosophy (2)

2

32

32

-

-

-

13. 

Introductory Commentary

2

32

32

-

-

-

14. 

Introduction to Nahj Al-Balaqe and Sahife Sajadiyyeh

2

32

32

-

-

-

15. 

Introduction to the Quranic Studies

2

32

32

-

-

-

16. 

Reading Comprehension

2

64

-

64

-

-

 

Total

42

800

544

256

-

-

 

b.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.

c.Core Course Unties:

No.

Course Units

Credit rating

Total hours

Theoretical

Practical

Pre-requisite

Notes

1.

Thematic Commentary

2

32

32

-

Introductory Commentary

-

2.

General History of Religions (1)

2

32

32

-

-

-

3.

General History of Religions (2)

2

32

32

-

General History of Religions (1)

-

4.

Bases and Principles for deducting from the Quran and Hadith

2

32

32

-

-

-

5.

Anthropology

2

32

32

-

-

-

6.

Jurisprudence (1)

4

64

64

-

Principles of Islamic Law

-

7.

Jurisprudence (2)

4

64

64

-

Jurisprudence (1)

-

8.

Jurisprudence (3)

4

64

64

-

Jurisprudence (2)

-

9.

Principles of Islamic Law

5

80

80

-

Logic and Jurisprudence (3)

-

10.

Islamic Beliefs (3)

2

32

32

-

Islamic Beliefs (2)

-

11.

Islamic Beliefs (4)

2

32

32

-

Islamic Beliefs (3)

-

12.

Teaching

1

16

16

-

-

-

13.

Training and Cultural Management

2

32

32

-

-

-

14.

Basics of Sociology

2

32

32

-

-

-

15.

General Psychology

2

32

32

-

-

-

16.

Introductory Mathematics

2

32

32

-

-

-

17.

Descriptive Statistics

2

32

32

-

-

-

18.

Generalities of Economics

2

32

32

-

Introductory Mathematics

-

 

Total

44

704

704

-

-

-

 

d.Specialized Course Units:

No.

Course Units

Credit rating

Total hours

Theoretical

Practical

Pre-requisite

Notes

1.

Jurisprudence of Economic (1)

3

48

48

-

Jurisprudence (3)

-

2.

Jurisprudence of Economic (2)

3

48

48

-

Jurisprudence of Economic (1)

-

3.

Jurisprudential Rules in Islamic Economy

2

32

32

-

-

-

4.

Economy in Early Islam

2

32

32

-

-

General Economic System of the time and the economic policies applied then

5.

Principles of Islamic Economic System

2

32

32

-

Economic Systems

Principles of Epistemology, Philosophy, Theology and Methodology

6.

Mathematics (1)

3

48

48

-

-

Mathematic knowledge equal to High School Diploma of Iran (Tajrobi Fields)

7.

Mathematics (1)

3

48

48

-

Mathematics (1)

-

8.

Statistics (1)

3

48

48

-

Mathematics (1)

-

9.

Statistics (2)

3

48

48

-

Statistics (1)

-

10. 

Microeconomics (1)

3

48

48

-

Mathematics (1)

Macroeconomic theories and Islamic critical views to them

11. 

Microeconomics (1)

3

48

48

-

Microeconomics (1)

-

12. 

Macroeconomics (1)

3

48

48

-

Mathematics (1)

Macroeconomic theories and Islamic critical views to them

13. 

Macroeconomics (2)

3

48

48

-

Macroeconomics (1)

-

14. 

Islamic Financial and Banking System

3

48

48

-

Macroeconomics (1)

Including Financial Markets, Financial brokers and instruments, contracts and their applications in different countries

15. 

Economic Systems

2

32

32

-

Macro and Micro

Including Capitalism, Communism and Islam (in practice 3 credits are presented)

16. 

Public Sector’s Economy (1)

2

32

32

-

Macro and Micro (1 & 2)

Present Theories and Viewpoints and Islam Approach

17. 

Public Sector’s Economy (2)

2

32

32

-

Public Sector’s Economy (1)

-

18. 

International Economy

3

48

48

-

-

Including international trade and financial trade in the Islamic viewpoint

19. 

Development Economy

2

32

32

-

Macro and Micro economy

Principles and theories in development according to different systems having special look at Islam’s (in practice 3 credits are presented)

20. 

Money-Banking

3

48

48

-

Macroeconomics (2)

-

21. 

Economic Geography of Islamic Countries

2

32

32

-

-

Discussion of Common Islamic Markets will be brought to attention

22. 

Testing Economy

3

48

48

-

Statistics (2)

-

23. 

Research Method and Finding Resources in Islamic Economy

2

48

16

32

-

-

24. 

History of Economic Theories

2

32

32

-

Macro and Microeconomics (1 & 2)

(in practice 3 credits are presented)

25. 

Technical Language (1)

2

32

32

-

General English Language

-

26. 

Technical Language (2)

2

32

32

-

Technical Language (1)

-

27. 

Economy in Quran

2

32

32

-

-

-

28. 

Computer and Familiarity with Computer Software

2

32

32

-

Mathematics (1)

-

 

Total

70

1136

1104

32

-

-

 

 




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