TRAINING COURSE

Definition

 

PhD Economics Jurisprudence is the highest research-taught program in the field of economics jurisprudence. Students conduct various research studies as well as taught courses technically and over successful completion of the program, they are conferred PhD Economics Jurisprudence.

 

Educational policies and goals

 

  • Developing deduction skills in economics jurisprudence

  • Instructing researchers in the field of economics jurisprudence

  • Instructing lecturers to work in universities and seminary schools (local and international)

  • Producing knowledge and expanding the domain of economics jurisprudence

  • Making jurisprudence practical in order to design Islams economic system

  • Supporting Islams economic system in an academic way in relation to other economic systems and providing answer to the related questions

  • Considering regional needs of students when designing the program

  • Providing academic support for jurisprudence of Ah-e Bayt (while considering principles of Islamic sects proximity)

  • Designing a research-based program

  • Designing a practical program

 

Admission

 

  • Applicants with MA Economics Jurisprudence can apply for the program

Note: Applicants with other backgrounds shall pass the interview and the pre-requisite course units

 

Program structure and duration:

 

  • The program contains 80 credits, it is studied over 5 years (10 semesters) including thesis.

  • Around 40 per cent of the program is conducted based on research work

  • The program is both research and taught based which is presented in four segments

  • Each theoretical course unit is 16 hours and each practical one is 32 hours

  • Students deliver a thesis at the end of the program which is calculated as 8 credits

 

 

Course units structure

 

No.

Course unit structure

Credits

1

Seminary

30

2

Pre-requisite

14

3

Specialized

18

4

Dissertation

18

Total

80

 

Importance and necessity:

 

Constant expansion of Jurisprudence, appearance of new issues, vast needs of communities to detailed and practical answers, planning for proper developing Jurisprudence in personal and social aspects particularly in economic issues (social and international levels) have made it necessary to run Economics Jurisprudence program.

 

Role and effectiveness:

 

Since the graduates of the program are familiar with the knowledge of economics, they can answer relevant academic questions based on Islamic laws; they can also provide academic consultancy to Muslim societies in their home countries. The graduates can also act as lecturers in the field of Islam Economics Jurisprudence in academic institutes

 

a. Seminary course units

No.

Course unit title

Credits

Hours

Pre-requisite

Note

Total

Theoretical

Practical

 

 

1

Jurisprudence (1)

2

32

32

-

 

Laws concerning economics jurisprudence

2

Jurisprudence (2)

2

32

32

-

Jurisprudence (1)

Purchase textbook, types of purchase

3

Jurisprudence (3)

2

32

32

-

Jurisprudence (2)

Conditions in leasing, Taslim ad Qabz contracts

4

Jurisprudence (4)

2

32

32

-

Jurisprudence (3)

Zakut, Khoms, Enfal

5

Jurisprudence (5)

2

32

32

-

Jurisprudence (4)

Mozarebe, Sherkat, Sulh

6

Jurisprudence (6)

2

32

32

-

Jurisprudence (5)

Textbook of borrowing, security, bill of exchange, attorneyship

7

Jurisprudence (7)

3

48

48

-

Jurisprudence (6)

Waqf, Ehyae Mawat, Moshtarakat

8

Principles of Islamic Laws (1)

2

32

32

-

 

Terminology issues

9

Principles of Islamic Laws (2)

2

32

32

-

Principles of Islamic Laws (1)

Concepts

10

Principles of Islamic Laws (3)

2

32

32

-

Principles of Islamic Laws (2)

Reasoning issues

11

Principles of Islamic Laws (4)

2

32

32

-

Principles of Islamic Laws (3)

Authenticity issues

12

Principles of Islamic Laws (5)

2

32

32

-

Principles of Islamic Laws (4)

Practical principles

13

Principles of Islamic Laws (6)

3

48

48

-

Principles of Islamic Laws (5)

Esteshab

14

Principles of Islamic Laws (7)

2

32

32

-

Principles of Islamic Laws (6)

Contradictory issues

 

Total 

30

480

480

 

 

 

Note: Advanced jurisprudence and principles of Islamic Laws are calculated as 4 years equal to 15 credits in proportion to each concentration within the field of Economics Jurisprudence

 

b. Pre-requisite course units

No.

Course unit title

credits

Hours

pre-requisite

Total

Theoretical

Practical

1

Micro-economics

3

48

48

-

 

2

Macro-economics

3

48

48

-

 

3

Public—Sector Economics

2

32

32

-

 

4

 

Financial Markets (Money and capital)

2

32

32

-

 

5

Statistics

2

32

32

-

 

6

Technical Language

2

32

32

-

 

 

Total

14

224

224

 

 

Note: There are a maximum of 14 pre-requisite credits and the faculty is authorized to change some of the pre-requisite course units based on the requirements

 

  1. Specialized course units

1. Common course units

No.

Course unit title

Credits

Hours

Pre-requisite

Note

Total

Theoretical

Practical

1

Philosophy of Jurisprudence (1)

2

32

32

 

 

 

2

Philosophy of Jurisprudence (2)

2

32

32

 

 

 

3

Jurisprudence of proprietorship (advanced)

2

32

32

 

 

Principles and origins of proprietorship

4

Trade jurisprudence

2

32

32

 

 

Trades

General laws

 

Total

8

128

128

 

 

 

 

            2. Concentration course units

No.

Course unit title

Credits

Hours

Pre-requisite

Total

Theoretical

Practical

1

Jurisprudence of monetary issues and bank

3

48

48

-

Philosophy of Jurisprudence (1&2) Jurisprudence of proprietorship and Jurisprudence of trade

2

Seminar concerning jurisprudence of monetary issues and bank

3

48

48

-

Jurisprudence of monetary issues and bank

3

Jurisprudence of financial markets

2

32

32

 

Philosophy of jurisprudence (1&2), trade and jurisprudence of proprietorship

4

Seminar concerning Jurisprudence of financial markets

2

32

32

-

Jurisprudence of financial markets

5

Dissertation

18

576

-

576

 

 

Total

28

736

160

576

 

 

a. Concentration on Monetary issues and bank

b. Concentration on financial markets

No.

Course unit title

Credits

Hours

Pre-requisite

Total

Theoretical

Practical

1

Jurisprudence of financial markets

3

48

48

-

Philosophy of jurisprudence (1&2), jurisprudence of trade, jurisprudence of proprietorship

2

Seminar concerning jurisprudence of financial markets

3

48

48

-

Jurisprudence of financial markets

3

Jurisprudence of monetary issues and bank

2

32

32

-

Philosophy of jurisprudence (1&2), jurisprudence of proprietorship, jurisprudence of trade

4

Seminar concerning jurisprudence of monetary issues and bank

2

32

32

-

Jurisprudence of monetary issues and bank

5

Dissertation

18

576

-

576

 

 

Total

28

736

160

576

 

 

 

c. Concentration on Public sector and taxing system

No.

Course unit title

Credits

Hours

Pre-requisite

Total

Theoretical

Practical

1

Jurisprudence of government and taxing system

3

48

48

-

Philosophy of jurisprudence (1&2), jurisprudence of proprietorship, jurisprudence of trade

2

Seminar concerning jurisprudence of government and taxing system

3

48

48

-

Jurisprudence of government and taxing system

3

Jurisprudence of factors of production

2

32

32

-

Philosophy of jurisprudence (1&2), jurisprudence of proprietorship, jurisprudence of trade

4

Seminar concerning jurisprudence of factors of production

 

2

32

32

-

Jurisprudence of factors of production

5

Dissertation

18

576

-

576

 

 

Total

28

736

160

576

 

 

c. Concentration on factors of production

No.

Course unit title

Credits

Hours

pre-requisite

Total

Theoretical

Practical

 

1

Jurisprudence of market and factors of production

3

48

48

-

Philosophy of jurisprudence (1&2), jurisprudence of proprietorship, jurisprudence of trade

2

Seminar concerning jurisprudence of market and factors of production

 

3

48

48

-

Jurisprudence of factors of production

3

Jurisprudence of government and taxing system

2

32

32

-

Philosophy of jurisprudence (1&2), jurisprudence of proprietorship, jurisprudence of trade

4

Seminar concerning jurisprudence of government and taxing system

2

32

32

-

Jurisprudence of government and taxing system

5

Dissertation

18

576

-

576

 

 

Total

28

736

160

576

 

 

Note:

  1. Field’s concentrations will be announced during admission

  2. The specialized course units will be calculated as 3 credits if presented as core course units and calculated as 2 credits if presented as non-core course units




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