TRAINING COURSE

Definition

The BA Islamic Teachings and Psychology is a program which helps students learn seminary subjects, Islamic teachings and get familiarwith specialized courses in psychology; over successful completion of the program they receive BA in Islamic Teachings and Psychology.  

Objectives

1.Familiarizing learners with seminary modules

2.Familiarizing students with the fundamental reflections of Islam

3.Familiarizing learners with specialized subjects in psychology in proportion with BA level

4.Instructing experts in psychology insisting upon the teachings of Islam

5. Developing the students skills in teaching and dissemination so that they can explain and disseminate the religion of Islam and defend its teachings

6.Harnessing research skills of the learners in the field of psychology insisting upon Islam resources

7.Helping  talented students to advance to postgraduate level in psychology

Program structure:

The BA Islamic Teachings and Psychology is studied over 5 years

The education system is credit-based

Theoretical credits are 16 hours studied over 16-week semesters

Practical credits are 32 hours studied over 16-week semesters

The syllabus is a combination of traditional teachings of seminary schools such as pre-studies, studies, discussions and internships and educational experiences of universities and the modern technologies in teaching and researching.  

Course Units:

There are a total of 183 courses to be studied. The majority of the courses are theoretical and research-based. The courses are divided intofour categories as:

1. Seminary

2. General (common with other programs)

3. Core

4. Specialized Presented according to the following table:

 

Course Units:

No. Course Units Credit rating
1.             Seminary 48
2.             General 21
3.             Core 44
4.             Specialized 70
  Total 183

Role and Effectiveness:

Through the knowledge acquired and skills developed after the completion of the program, the graduate are able to act as learned disseminators and experts in teaching and disseminating the religion of Islam in an ideal manner and defend the true Islam of the Prophet Mohammad (s.a). They can function in academic and cultural institutions. They can also advance to postgraduate level and continue their education and research and have a more effective role in expansion and elevation of Islam and explaining it to the truth-seekers and the ones stepping in the path of Villayat.  

Importance and Necessity:

When the messenger of Islam, Prophet Mohammad (s.a) opened  the doors to the rules and principles of Islam and the divine teachings as the science  applied in personal and social life and gave man the knowledge that could be utilized for nurturing others and provided everyone with the guidance to praying and worshipping and invited man to the guidance, He gave all the spiritual and scientific privileges to his faithful and committed  heirs (seminary schools) so that they open the doors of divine wisdom and God-given plan for life to those who have a  thirst for knowledge. This major objective and divine mission is achievable only through scientific endeavor and great perseverance. Developing the psychology program is just part of the mentioned mission that we are following the course so that through instructing the learned experts in the field of religious teachings and the secrets of knowledge could take effective steps and fulfill the responsibilities that the Prophet and the Imams have assigned for the religious scholars. It is quite obvious that carrying out the abovementioned mission and achieving such goals is, without a doubt, an intellectual and traditional objective which can not be overlooked.  

Course Units:

a. Seminary Course Units:

No. Course Units Credit rating Total hours Theoretical Practical Pre-requisite Notes
1 Jurisprudence (1) 2 32 32 32    
 2 Jurisprudence (2) 2 32 32 32 Jurisprudence (1)  
3 Jurisprudence (3) 2 32 32 32 Jurisprudence (2)  
4 Grammar (1) 2 80 80 32    
5 Grammar (2) 4 64 64 48 Grammar (1)  
6 Syntax (1) 3 48 48 32 Syntax (1)  
7 Syntax (2) 3 48 48 32 Grammar (2) and Syntax (1)  
8 Syntax (3) 3 48 48 32 Grammar (2) and Syntax (2)  
9 Tajziye and Tarkib 5 64 64 64 Syntax (3)  
10 Islamic Beliefs- Reflections (1) 2 32 32 -    
11 Islamic Beliefs- Reflections (1) 2 32 32 32 Islamic Beliefs- Reflections (1)  
12 Logic (1) 2 32 32 32    
13 Logic (2) 2 32 32 32 Logic (1)  
14 Islamic Philosophy (1) 2 32 32 32    
15 Islamic Philosophy (2) 2 32 32 32    
16 Introductory Commentary 2 32 32 32 Familiarity with the Quranic Studies  
17 Familiarity with Nahj Al-Balaqe and Sahife 2 32 32 32    
18 Familiarity with the Quranic Studies 2 32 32 32    
  19 Reading and Reading Comprehension 2 64 - 64 Syntax (3)Tajziye and Tarkib  
  Total 48 896 640 256    

  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                 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  Courses of the BA Islamic Teachings and Psychology program

No. Course Units Credit rating Total hours Theoretical Practical Pre-requisite Notes
    1 General Psychology 2 32 32 -    
      2 Psychometrics 2 32 32 -    
   3  Deducing Statistics 2 48 16 32    
     4 General Physiology (nerves and tumors) 2 32 32 -    
     5   Psychology and Sensing Perception 2 32 32 -    
     6 Physiological Psychology 2 32 32      
      7 Experimental Psychology 2 48 16 32    
      8 Growth Psychology (1) 2 32 32      
      9 Growth Psychology (2) 2 32 32      
     10 Growth Psychology (3) 2 32 32      
      11 Stimulant and Stimulation 2 32 32      
    12 Learning Psychology 2 32 32      
    13  Psychology in Education 2 32 32      
    14 Exceptional Psychology 2 32 32      
    15 Psychological Health 2 32 32      
    16 Social Psychology 2 32 32      
     17 Psychology of Personality 2 32 32      
     18 History and Schools 2 32 32      
       19 History and Schools 2 32 32      
     20 Knowledge of Self According to Viewpoints (1) 2 32 32      
     21 Knowledge of Self According to Viewpoints (2) 2 32 32      
    22  Psychological Pathology 2 32 32      
    23 Clinical Psychology 2 32 32      
      24 Psychological Texts 2 32 32      
     25 Research Method on Psychology 3 64 32 32    
      26 Introduction to Consulting and Guidance and its Principles and Techniques 2 32 32      
     27 Testing Psychic Soles 2 48 16 32    
     28 Methods of Behavior Changing 2 32 32      
    29 Psychology According toIslam 2 32 32      
    30 Psychology of Dissemination 3 48 48      
     31 Psychology According to Muslim Thinkers 2 32 32      
     32 Concepts of Psychology in the Quran and Traditions 2 32 32      
     33 Recognition Psychology 2 32 32      
     34 Psychology in the Internet 2 32 32      
  Total 70 1184 1056 128    

 




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