Students who choose to combine Arabic with Islamic Studies will supplement their language studies with the study of Islamic history and Islamic religion.
In addition to the study of Arabic language and literature, further subjects may include Sufism, Quranic commentary, and Islamic law.
Part Time Course & Modules
Arabic with Islamic Studies Course’s
Primary Source & Principles
- Quran Exegesis & Exegetical Principles (Usul al-Tafsir)
- Jurisprudential Principle (Usual al-Fiqh)
- Hadith & Hadith Principle (Usul al -Hadith)
- Jurisprudential Maxims (Al-Qawa’id al-Fiqhiyyah)
- Peace Education Syllabus
- Propagation Methodology (Usul al Da’wa)
Religious Ritual Rulings
- Islamic Ritual Law (Fiqh)
- Theology/Divinity (Aqida)
- Islamic Spiritualism (Tasawwuf)
- Prophetic Biography (Sira)
- Qur’anic Elocution (Tajweed)
- Arabic Lanlanguage
- Arabic syntax (Nahw)
- Arabic Morphology (Sarf)
- Arabic Rhetoric (Bhalagha)
- Arabic Logic (Mantiq)
This programme has been designed for students with no previous knowledge of Arabic. Students with proficiency in Arabic seeking a more rigorous programme of study please contact our Head Imam Mian Sajid Latif Qadri.
The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this diploma course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.
|RIC 01||Elementary Arabic Language 1||30|
|RIC 02||Elementary Arabic Language 2||30|
|RIC 03||Histories of the Middle East, 600-1800 C.E.||15|
|RIC 04||Politics and Economy of the Contemporary Middle East||15|
|RIC 05||Introduction to Islam||15|