TRAINING COURSE

Definition:

The BA Islamic Teachings and Politics program is one of the programs presented in the MIU and the participating students will receive their BA in Islamic Teachings and Politics after successful completion of the modules.

Objectives:

1. Strengthening the religious and spiritual principles of the students and teaching seminary courses (equal to BA level);

2. Guiding students toward the modern sciences and making their knowledge and skills up-to-date

3. Instructing researchers and experts in politics focusing on principles and teachings of religion

4. Increasing the dissemination and pedagogical skills of the students and equipping them with the modern language;

5. Preparing students for advancing to upper educational levels in Islamic Teachings and Politics

6. Developing critical skills of the students against the occidental principles and reflections;

7. Preparing the groundwork for students to develop software in Islamic and political fields.

Program Structure:

The BA Islamic Teachings and Politics program is studied over 5 years.The program is credit-based.Each theoretical credit is 16 hours which is studied in a 16-week semester. Course Units:There are a total of 177 credits in the BA Islamic Teachings and Politics program. The major parts of the credits are theoretical and research-based which are presented during the teaching time. The credits are divided into four categories as:

a. Seminary course units

b. General course units

c. Core course units

d. Specialized course units

Theses courses units are presented according to the following table:

Course Units Structure:

 

No. Course Units Credit rating
1.             Seminary 42
2.             General 21
3.             Core 44
4.             Specialized 70
  Total 177

  Role and Effectiveness:

This program provides the non-Iranian students with the principles and bases of the Politics and prepare the grounds for them to deepen their knowledge in this field under the auspicious of religious teachings.Through the skills and knowledge developed during the program, students can better carry our dissemination and defend the pure Islam of the Prophet Mohammad (s.a) and introduce His religion. They can also advance to postgraduate level and be pioneer in research related activities and based on the Islamic resources analyze and explain the Islam political theory. They are capable of working in academic and political institutions and play an effective part in expansion and elevation of Islamic culture and the school of the Ahl-e Bayt (a.s).

Course Units:

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 - Islamic Beliefs (1) -
8.               Islamic Beliefs (2) 2 32 32 - - -
9.               Logic (1) 2 32 32 - Logic (1) -
10.            Logic (2) 2 32 32 - - -
11.            Islamic Philosophy (1) 2 32 32 - Islamic Philosophy (1) -
12.            Islamic Philosophy (2) 2 32 32 - - -
13.            Introductory Commentary 2 32 32 - Introduction to Quranic Studies -
14.            Introduction to Nahj Al-Balaqe 2 32 32 - - -
15.            Introduction to Quranic Studies 2 32 32 - - -
16.            Reading and 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 Units:

 

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.       Principles and Rules of Deducing from the Quran and Hadith 2 32 32 - - -
5.       Anthropology 2 32 32 - - -
6.       Islamic Jurisprudence (1) 4 64 64 - Principles of Islamic Law and Introduction to Islamic Jurisprudence -
7.       Islamic Jurisprudence (2) 4 64 64 - Islamic Jurisprudence (1) -
8.       Islamic Jurisprudence (3) 4 64 64 - Islamic Jurisprudence (2) -
9.       Principles of Islamic Law 5 80 80 - Logic and Syntax (3) -
10.   Islamic Beliefs (3) 2 32 32 - Islamic Beliefs (2) -
11.   Islamic Beliefs (4) 2 32 32 - Islamic Beliefs (3) -
12.   Teaching Method 1 16 16 - - -
13.   Cultural and Educational 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 Courses of Islamic Teachings and Politics

 

No. Course Units Credit rating Total hours Theoretical Practical Pre-requisite Notes
1.       Principles of Political Reflections in Islam 2 32 32 - - -
2.       Principles of Politics 2 32 32 - - -
3.       Research Method (1) 2 32 32 - - -
4.       Research Method (2) 2 32 32 - - -
5.       Basic Law (Generalities) 2 32 32 - - -
6.       Principles of Law 2 32 32 - - -
7.       Principles of Political Sociology 2 32 32 - - -
8.       Principles of International Relations 2 32 32 - - -
9.       History of International Relations 2 32 32 - - -
10.   Islamic International Laws 2 32 32 - - -
11.   Common International Laws 2 32 32 - - -
12.   Technical Foreign language (1) 2 32 32 - - -
13.   Technical Language (2) 2 32 32 - - -
14.   History of Imam Khomeini’s Political Reflection in the West (1) 2 32 32 - - -
15.   History of Imam Khomeini’s Political Reflection in the West (2) 2 32 32 - - -
16.   Political Reflections in the 20th Century 2 32 32 - - -
17.   Political Reflections in Islam and Iran 2 32 32 - - -
18.   International and Regional Organizations 2 32 32 - - -
19.   Revolutions Theories 2 32 32 - - -
20.   Foreign Policies of Superpowers 2 32 32 - - -
21.   Contemporary Military and Strategic Issues 2 32 32 - - -
22.   Diplomacy and Political Behavior In Islam 2 32 32 - - -
23.   Politics and Government in the Quran 2 32 32 - - -
24.   Politics and Government in Nahj Al-Balaqe 2 32 32 - - -
25.   Islam and Globalization 2 32 32 - - -
26.   Political System and Government in Iran 2 32 32 - - -
27.   Contemporary Political Movements 2 32 32 - - -
28.   Sociopolitical Developments in the Middle East 2 32 32 - - -
29.   Socioeconomic Issues in undeveloped Countries 2 32 32 - - -
30.   Political Jurisprudence 2 32 32 - - -
31.   Comparative-Political Systems 2 32 32 - - -
32.   Political Geography of Islam World 2 32 32 - - -
33.   Renovation and Political Development In Islam World            
  Total 70 1152 1088 64 - -

 




saja

system jame amozesh

sampa

sampa

sampa

ketabkhane

sampa

nashriat