لوجو

Faculty of Legal Studies and International Transactions
Department of Sharia

 

Vision and goals

The Faculty of Sharia and Law at the American International University seeks to be the destination of legal studies at the local, regional and international levels

The college has established a scientific, literary and cultural magazine that publishes its performance, highlights its pickpocket, and writes for its professors, as well as seeking the assistance of other professors from other universities.

College goals

A graduate of legal cadres characterized by credibility and ideals, with talent, legal competence, ability to communicate with all segments of society, ability for self-development, scientific research, and meeting the needs of the labor market of all kinds.

College strategic goals

1- Improving and raising the scientific educational quality by providing distinguished study programs in the light of contemporary global trends for the bachelor’s and postgraduate studies covering the fields of legal sciences for students from Egypt and the Arab and African world.

2- Fundamentally develop the educational system to qualify the college to compete with the advanced foreign colleges of global ranking.

3- Graduating legal cadres capable of meeting the requirements of the labor market.

4- Upgrading the educational outputs at the master’s and doctoral levels to meet international standards and meet the needs of the beneficiary sectors.

5- Raising the level of scientific research in a way that qualifies for publishing these researches in scientific journals

6- Working on increasing community and environmental participation and activating the college’s role in community service and environmental development.

7- Spreading the culture of justice and the protection of human rights by laying down the basics of preserving public freedoms and upholding the value of the human being and his insight into his rights and duties.

8- Respecting the law and activating accounting systems to maximize performance within the college.

9- Working on developing the organizational, functional, administrative and financial structure of the college.

10- Contribute to preparing a new generation of graduates who are committed to values, ethics and ideals

Entry conditions

regular students

Those nominated by the Coordination Office who are nominated by the Coordination Office full-time enroll in the college and the enrollment fee 

Documents required to apply:

1- High school application form

2- Birth certificate 

3-6 personal photos

4- A copy of the identity card

Oriented affiliation students

 They are nominated by the Coordination Office, in which the university provides educational knowledge to the affiliates in return for annual fees (variable value), and in which the affiliated student may be transferred to a regular student if he obtains a good grade.

Documents required to apply:

1- High school application form

2- Birth certificate

3-6 personal photos

4- A copy of the identity card

 

Regular affiliation students

Those with higher qualifications – a bachelor’s or a bachelor’s degree, on the condition that they hold a high school diploma or its equivalent technical diploma before obtaining the higher qualification, and registration fees per year ….. with the approval of the employer if he works or a full-time certificate if he is a full-time Students who have a bachelor’s degree in any other field may be enrolled in this system

 Department of Islamic Sharia: includes the specialization of Sharia rulings and the principles of jurisprudence.

Civil Law Department: It includes the disciplines of civil law, agricultural law, labor law, social security and personal status for non-Muslims.

Department of Commercial Law: It includes the specializations of commercial law, maritime law and air law.

Pleadings Law Section: It includes the specialization of Civil and Commercial Pleadings Law and Execution.

Department of Criminal Law: includes the disciplines of penal law, criminal procedures, criminology and punishment.

Department of Public Law: includes the specializations of constitutional law, political systems, administrative law, administrative judiciary and public administration.

Department of Public International Law: includes the specialization of public international law and international organizations.

Department of Private International Law: It includes the specialization of private international law.

Department of Philosophy and History of Law: It includes the specialization of Philosophy of Law and History of Law.

Department of Economics and Public Finance: It includes the disciplines of economics, public finance and tax legislation

 

Conditions for Enrollment in a Master’s Degree in Law

 

 

 1   – He must have obtained one of the postgraduate diplomas or one of the specialization diplomas granted by the college, or the equivalent of any of them.

2- The student submits his application for registration and completes the required documents and forms to the Department of Graduate Studies in the college, which transfers the application and documents to the concerned scientific department for opinion and appointment of the supervision committee, provided that one of the committee members acts as the student’s academic advisor.

3- The student must submit a certificate of passing the English or French language from one of the university’s language centers or from the corresponding universities or from one of the approved language centers as decided by the College Council and the University Council.

4- The College Council may, upon the proposal of the relevant department council, accept the registration of a student who holds a diploma in a branch of specialization, after successfully passing a number of supplementary courses whose teaching hours are not less than (12) credit hours at the postgraduate level, which the department deems necessary. To study in a maximum of eight subjects, provided that his cumulative average is not less than C+. In this case, the student is allowed to register the thesis hours after the approval of the main scientific supervisor if the student wants to register before completing all supplementary courses.

5- The department council forms a committee to supervise the master’s thesis, and the main scientific supervisor acts as the academic advisor.

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Methods for awarding a master’s degree:

 To obtain a master’s degree in law, it is required that the student conduct a research on a topic approved by the college council based on the proposal of the competent department council. Or another body that fulfills the requirements for research and is recognized, or another body that fulfills some requirements related to the research. The student submits the results of his research in a letter that is accepted by the judging committee after discussing it. 2- Obtaining two diplomas, one of them public or private, is considered equivalent to a master’s degree in law.  3- The college may organize a study to grant a master’s degree in accordance with the regulations in force in the corresponding law faculties in Egyptian and foreign universities that are internationally recognized. 


 

Study period for master’s degree

The period required for obtaining this degree may not be less than one year (before the formation of the judging committee), and it may be extended up to four years. Report of supervisors and approval of the department and college councils.

 

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Conditions for enrollment in postgraduate diplomas

 

 1- In order to enroll the student in obtaining any of the postgraduate diplomas, he must have a BA in Law from a university in the Federal Republic of Somalia or an equivalent degree from another scientific institute recognized by the Supreme Council of Universities. In this case, admission shall be in the order of the total scores in the bachelor’s degree or the equivalent academic degree.

2- The college council may authorize holders of another university degree to enroll in one of the specialized professional diplomas or in one of the college’s specialized institutes of higher studies. In this case, the College Council may require the student to successfully pass a number of supplementary courses whose teaching hours are not less than 6 credit hours for professional diplomas and 12 credit hours for institutes of higher studies, provided that the cumulative average of these courses is not less than C+ and no These courses are counted as part of the program hours.

3- The number of students for each diploma is determined according to what is approved by the College Council

International students:-

The required paperwork :-

1- A Bachelor’s degree in Law certified and amended by the Supreme Council of Universities.

2- A certified birth certificate.

3- The approval of the embassy, ​​including the employer and the funding.

4- 4 photographs.

5- A copy of the full passport – even the blank papers.

  What is the nature of the study?

You must have obtained a law degree, so you can obtain a master’s degree either by obtaining two diplomas or by obtaining one diploma and then writing and discussing a thesis.

The academic system of the college is based on the credit hour system.

A student enrolled in a postgraduate diploma studies courses of at least 30 credit hours based on the proposal of the competent scientific department council and the approval of the College Council, including 12 credit hours of the compulsory courses specified for each diploma, 6 credit hours for the research hall, and 6 At least credit hours from the elective courses chosen by the student.

The student enrolled in one of the specialization diplomas in the postgraduate institutes of the college studies courses of at least 60 credit hours based on the proposal of the competent scientific department council and the approval of the college council, including 24 hours of compulsory courses specified for each diploma and 12 credit hours for the research hall. And at least 12 credit hours from the elective courses chosen by the student.

As for the beginning of the study, there are two semesters for each diploma, and you can apply for any diploma in  the fall semester  , which starts from the fourth week of September until the end of the fourth week of December, or in  the spring semester  , which starts from the first Saturday of March until the end of First week of June

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You can join any of the following postgraduate diplomas:

1- Diploma in private law.

2- Diploma in civil law.

3- Diploma in public law.

4- Diploma in Economic and Financial Sciences.

5- Diploma in Islamic jurisprudence.

6- Diploma in Sharia Politics.

7- Diploma in Maritime Law.

8- Diploma in international law.

9 – diploma in criminal sciences.

10 – Diploma in Administrative Sciences.

11 – diploma in international trade.

12 – Diploma of pleadings.

13 – Diploma in intellectual property.

14 – Diploma of arbitration.

15 – Diploma in the Institute of Financial and Tax Studies “two years”.

3- The      duration of the study?

To obtain any of these diplomas, one university year (two semesters) except for the last diploma, which is

                for two years.

 

Academic Departments

  •  Islamic Sharia Department: 
  • The specialization includes legal rulings and the principles of jurisprudence.
  • Civil Law Department: It includes the disciplines of civil law, agricultural law, labor law, social security and personal status for non-Muslims.
  • Department of Commercial Law: It includes the specializations of commercial law, maritime law and air law.
  • Pleadings Law Section: It includes the specialization of Civil and Commercial Pleadings Law and Execution.
  • Department of Criminal Law: includes the disciplines of penal law, criminal procedures, criminology and punishment.
  • Department of Public Law: It includes the specializations of constitutional law, political systems, administrative law, administrative judiciary and public administration.
  • Department of Public International Law: includes the specialization of public international law and international organizations.
  • Department of Private International Law: It includes the specialization of private international law.
  • Department of Philosophy and History of Law: It includes the specialization of Philosophy of Law and History of Law.
  • Department of Economics and Public Finance: It includes the disciplines of economics, public finance and tax legislation

Department of Public International Law: includes the specialization of public international law and international organizations.

 

Student rights

 

 Students at the American International University enjoy a number of rights, most notably:

The right to acquire educational and thinking skills that help build oneself and succeed and excel in the university career.

Equality in treatment and benefit from the services available at the university and non-discrimination between students because of race, gender, religion, social background, or other.

The right to complain and grievance in any university matter through the college administration.

The right to obtain scientific care and support for students who excel scientifically and excel in student activities.         

The right to present suggestions and ideas that contribute to the development of educational performance, or university services and activities.

The right to engage in student activities, and to express and develop self-possessions through participation in these activities.

The right to obtain information on student activity at the college and university, as well as the regulations and laws related to it and the educational process, such as course objectives, evaluation methods, exam dates, academic status, absence regulations, and others.

Not to interfere in his private affairs and to preserve his privacy and the confidentiality of his personal information

Freedom of scientific research in various topics for scientific purposes in accordance with ethical and societal controls and considerations of the national interest.

The right of the student to obtain any information or data related to his academic achievement and educational achievement in accordance with the recognized principles approved by the university. 

Investing in university life in increasing science and knowledge and building oneself

 

Department of Comparative Jurisprudence 

Section vision:

The Department of Comparative Jurisprudence seeks to achieve excellence and quality in the field of Islamic jurisprudence, according to the rules of Islamic law, in order to build a moderate vision based on authenticity, coexistence of the present, and foreseeing the future according to an approach that combines the constants of religion and the developments of the times.

Section Message

Preparing generations to take care of studying Islamic jurisprudence according to a distinguished scientific methodology, participating in student education, and qualifying graduate students; To prepare scientific research in the field of specialization, and to serve the local and international community in a framework that combines authenticity and contemporary.

Department goals 

Raising the moral, scientific, and cultural level of female students.

Using modern technology to support, enhance, and facilitate the educational process.

Building the Islamic character of female students based on moderation, moderation, and dialogue with other civilizations.

Strengthening citizenship, loyalty, and belonging to the homeland.

Achieving quality in all educational, research, and administrative practices.

Continuous development of the performance of the faculty member and the supporting body through training and scientific courses.

Preparing educationally, academically and professionally qualified graduates for the labor market.

Developing thinking skills, creativity, problem solving, and self-learning among female students through training courses.

Strengthening the connection with the community, and dealing with its issues through research, training, and various activities.

Instilling and promoting the values ​​of honorable scientific competition, teamwork, and building bridges of scientific communication among female students.

Contribute to conferences and symposia with effective scientific research that keeps pace with the times while preserving the revival of the ancient heritage.

 

Sharia and Law Division

              

Vision:

Excellence at the local and regional levels in preparing qualified scientific cadres in the field of Sharia and law.

the message:

The Department of Sharia and Law seeks to prepare highly qualified scientific cadres in their education, learning and professional capabilities that keep pace with the needs of the labor market and the requirements of sustainable development locally and regionally through a quality academic program, distinguished teaching staff, an effective learning environment, and scientific research that employs knowledge and keeps pace with developments and achieves quality standards.

Objectives:

1- Preparing a generation of students who possess knowledge, concepts and general theories related to Sharia studies and legal advice.

2- Providing the society and the national and regional labor market with qualified legal and legal cadres – scientifically, skillfully, professionally and ethically to work in all areas of legal work and judicial consultations.

3- Providing the legal sector with scientifically qualified cadres absorbing the sciences of Islamic Sharia and the laws in force in the courts.

4- Providing students with the necessary skills to solve problems and provide creative solutions in various branches of Sharia and law.

5- Providing state agencies and its public and private institutions with qualified cadres to take over the work of legal departments.

6- Introducing students to the principles of their religion, Islamic civilization and the culture of their time, which helps them to play their active role in community service.

7- Building effective local partnerships that contribute to providing continuous legal education, training and education.

 Develop students’ abilities to prepare scientific and academic research in the fields of Sharia sciences and legal advice  

Section Subject The number of hours Topics
the first group Introduction to legal sciences 3 extended material
the first group Usul al-Fiqh 5 Extended subject first term
the first group doctrinal jurisprudence 5 Extended subject first term
the first group Research hall (law entrance) 1 Extended subject first term
the first group Research Hall (Jurisprudence) 1 Extended subject first term
the first group Contemporary legal issues 4 Finished subject first term
the first group Legislation history 4 Finished subject first term
the first group The term hadith and its men 2 Finished subject first term
the first group Criminology and Punishment 4 Finished subject first term
the first group international organizations 4 Finished material second term
the first group foreign language 4 Finished material second term
the first group political and constitutional systems 3 extended material
the second band The Holy Quran 2 extended
the second band comparative jurisprudence 4 extended
the second band Usul al-Fiqh 5 extended
the second band Public international law 3 extended
the second band Administrative Law 3 extended
the second band Civil law (sources of obligation) 3 extended
the second band Research room (administrative law) 1 extended
the second band Research room (Usoul Fiqh) 1 extended
the second band economy and cooperation 4 finished
the second band Ethics in the Book and the Sunnah 4 finished
the second band Contemporary legal issues 4 finished
Third Division The Holy Quran 2 extended
Third Division doctrinal jurisprudence 4 extended
Third Division Usul al-Fiqh 4 extended
Third Division comparative jurisprudence 4 extended
Third Division Criminal Law (General Section) 3 extended
Third Division Civil law (obligation provisions) 3 extended
Third Division Research Hall (Jurisprudence) 1 extended
Third Division Research room (criminal law) 1 extended
Third Division Administrative Judiciary 4 finished
Third Division Personal status for Muslims 4 finished
Third Division political economy 4 finished
Third Division Constitutional law and political systems 4 finished
Third Division Commercial law 6 finished
Fourth Division The Holy Quran 2 extended
Fourth Division Usul al-Fiqh 4 extended
Fourth Division Criminal Law (Special Section) 3 extended
Fourth Division Research room (Usoul Fiqh) 1 extended
Fourth Division doctrinal jurisprudence 3 extended
Fourth Division comparative jurisprudence 4 extended
Fourth Division Civil and commercial pleadings 3 extended
Fourth Division Civil Law (Contracts) 6 finished
Fourth Division legal terms 4 finished
Fourth Division Finance and tax legislation 4 finished
Fourth Division Commercial and Maritime Law 6 finished
Fourth Division Research room (civil contracts) 2 finished
Fourth Division Personal status for non-Muslims 4 finished
Fourth Division General Administration 4 finished
Fifth Division The Holy Quran 2 extended
Fifth Division The principles of comparative jurisprudence 3 extended
Fifth Division doctrinal jurisprudence 3 extended
Fifth Division comparative jurisprudence 3 extended
Fifth Division criminal proceedings 3 extended
Fifth Division Civil law (property and insurance) 3 extended
Fifth Division Research room (criminal proceedings) 1 extended
Fifth Division Comparative jurisprudence research room 1 extended
Fifth Division Personal Status 6 first term
Fifth Division fundamentalist texts 3 first term
Fifth Division Labor legislation 4 first term
Fifth Division agricultural law 2 first term
Fifth Division legal terms in english 4 first term
Fifth Division pleadings (execution) 4 first term
Fifth Division private international law 6 second term
Fifth Division Curriculum of the hard-working 4 second term
Fifth Division History of legal systems 4 second term

Sharia and Law Division  Courses :

Usul al-Fiqh Department  

            

Section vision:

The Department of Fundamentals of Jurisprudence in the college seeks to have a distinguished system in the field of fundamentalist studies, consolidate aspects of creativity in fundamentalist thought, link it to the contemporary fundamentalist lesson, contribute to the service of society through the advancement of legal studies, and chart the correct approach to understanding the legal texts and applying them to the emerging realities in the Islamic society. .

Second, the message:

The department’s mission is to enrich human knowledge by encouraging scientific research, developing researchers’ research skills, and forming the creative faculty in scientific research curricula through analysis, criticism, induction, description, etc., and providing advice to researchers, proposing research topics, and working to graduate researchers. They are distinguished in the field of Usul al-Fiqh, which is the center of ijtihad and fatwas.

Third Objectives:

Preparing Islamic research and studies aimed at serving the Islamic community.

Work to eradicate religious illiteracy and raise awareness of the members of the community and enlighten them about their religion through religious courses and lectures.

Providing students with research skills qualified to serve the community.

Improving the quality of scientific research and emphasizing research originality in the discipline of Usul al-Fiqh.

Upgrading research topics, constantly raising fundamentalist issues, and solving related scientific and research problems.

Documenting and supporting the interrelationship between the department and the corresponding departments.

Insightful research of fundamentalist jurisprudence issues, detailing their applied role in understanding legal texts and drawing correct ijtihad methods, jurisprudence of contemporary calamities, and emerging facts.

Subjects of the fundamentals of jurisprudence:

( the first group ) :

First semester

NS Subject The number of hours its type
1 The Holy Quran 2 extended
2 doctrinal jurisprudence 5 extended
3 Usul al-Fiqh  5 extended
4 comparative jurisprudence 4 extended
5 Research hall in the principles of jurisprudence 1 extended
6 Research hall in jurisprudence 1 extended
7 Interpretation of the verses of the rulings 6 quarterly
8 History of Islamic Law 6 quarterly
9 modern sciences 4 quarterly
10 Arabic language (grammar and morphology) 4 quarterly
11 foreign language 4 quarterly
total of hours 42

 

Second Semester

NS Subject The number of hours its type
1 The Holy Quran 2 extended
2 doctrinal jurisprudence 5 extended
3 Usul al-Fiqh 5 extended
4 comparative jurisprudence 4 extended
5 Usul al-Fiqh Research Hall 1 extended
6 Research hall in jurisprudence 1 extended
7 Contemporary legal issues 6 quarterly
8 Monotheism (Divines) 4 quarterly
total of hours 28

 

  •  ( the second band ) :

First semester

NS Subject The number of hours its type
1 The Holy Quran 2 extended
2 Fiqh (doctrinal) 5 extended
3 Usul al-Fiqh  5 extended
4 comparative jurisprudence 3 extended
5 Research hall in comparative jurisprudence 1 extended
6 Research hall in jurisprudence 1 extended
7 Interpretation of the verses of the rulings 6 quarterly
8 Arabic language (grammar and morphology) 4 quarterly
9 doctrinal issues 6 quarterly
10 unite 4 quarterly
total of hours 37

 

Second Semester

NS Subject The number of hours its type
1 The Holy Quran 2 extended
2 Fiqh (doctrinal) 5 extended
3 Usul al-Fiqh  5 extended
4 comparative jurisprudence 3 extended
5 Research hall in comparative jurisprudence 1 extended
6 Research hall in jurisprudence 1 extended
7 Hadiths of judgments 6 quarterly
8 Personal status for Muslims 6 quarterly
9 foreign language 4 quarterly
total of hours 33

 

  •  ( Third Division ) :

First semester

NS Subject The number of hours its type
1 The Holy Quran 2 extended
2 Fiqh (doctrinal) 5 extended
3 Usul al-Fiqh  5 extended
4 comparative jurisprudence 4 extended
5 Research hall in the principles of jurisprudence 1 extended
6 Interpretation of the verses of the rulings 6 quarterly
7 The method of calling in Islam 2 quarterly
8 Personal status for Muslims 6 quarterly
9 Arabic language (literature – rhetoric) 4 quarterly
10 foreign language 4 quarterly
total of hours 39

  

Second Semester

NS Subject The number of hours its type
1 The Holy Quran 2 extended
2 Fiqh (doctrinal) 5 extended
3 Usul al-Fiqh  5 extended
4 comparative jurisprudence 4 extended
5 Research hall in the principles of jurisprudence 1 extended
6 Hadiths of judgments 6 extended
7 Contemporary legal issues 6 quarterly
8 Research room in contemporary jurisprudence issues 2 quarterly
total of hours 31

 

 

  •  (4th Division):

First semester

NS Subject The number of hours its type
1 The Holy Quran 2 extended
2 Fiqh (doctrinal) 5 extended
3 Usul al-Fiqh  5 extended
4 comparative jurisprudence 4 extended
6 Interpretation of the verses of the rulings 6 quarterly
7 General rules of jurisprudence 6 quarterly
8 Arabic language (rhetoric, statement and literature) 4 quarterly
9 College rules of jurisprudence research hall 2 quarterly
10 foreign language 4 quarterly
total of hours 38

 

Second Semester

NS Subject The number of hours its type
1 The Holy Quran 2 extended
2 Fiqh (doctrinal) 5 extended
3 Usul al-Fiqh  5 extended
4 comparative jurisprudence 4 extended
5 Hadiths of judgments 6 quarterly
6 Contemporary legal issues 6 quarterly
7 Research room in contemporary jurisprudence issues 2 quarterly
total of hours 30

  

Professional Diploma in Medical and Pharmacist Law                

Courses:

 

Number of credit hours Course name and type
First semester :
First: Compulsory courses:
3 1- Legal system of medical treatment contract
3 2- The legal responsibility of doctors and pharmacists
3 3- Principles of Administrative Law
Second: Elective Courses:
  The student chooses one of the following courses:
3 1- Intellectual property rights in the medical and pharmaceutical fields
3 2- Tenders and Auctions Law
12 Total first term
Second Semester :
First: Compulsory courses:
3 1- The legal system for the transfer and transplantation of human organs
3 2- Health economics
3 3- Legislation to practice the professions of medicine and pharmacy
Second: Elective Courses:
  The student chooses one of the following courses:
3 1- Health insurance legislation
3 2- Quarantine law
12 Second term total  
24 total summation  

Scientific committee gathering

Scientific Diploma in Judicial

the definition:

The Diploma Program in Judicial and Islamic Law includes many areas of research 

This program is considered an appropriate plan, and a need for cadres in various fields, the most important of which is the judiciary and the settlement of disputes between people. Therefore, the materials of this program were focused, in addition to the comprehensiveness and response to the needs of reality in the judiciary.

vision and mission

Spreading the sciences of the legal judiciary in practice, scientifically and research, and taking care of the legal judiciary in all its aspects

Objectives:

1- Preparing qualified scientific competencies in the field of the judiciary, and raising the efficiency of the staff of the scientific and research courts.

2- Contribute to meeting the needs of those qualified in the field of justice.

study plan :

first year second year
Jurisprudence and jurisprudence differences Punishment and precautionary measures
Criminal Evidence International Criminal Law
The crime of corruption on earth The calamities in the jurisprudence of the family
Criminology and Punishment Arabic
Comparative Islamic Criminal Legislation Usul al-Fiqh
History of legislation and legal systems jurisprudence rules
legitimate politics Elimination System 2
jurisprudence of felonies Public Prosecution and Criminal Trial
Judicial procedures The origins of the case and the means of evidence
Elimination System 1 jurisprudence of transactions
Objectives of Islamic Sharia legislative systems
jurisprudence of calamities Islamic Ethics
Judgment date     Analytical study of the four schools of thought
Contemporary financial troubles Investigation and Public Prosecution
punitive crime systems
Contemporary criminal policy
Criminal Psychology jurisprudence of felonies

 

Gathering and preparing the scientific committee

Higher Diploma in Islamic Sharia 

the definition:

As an extension of the university’s mission and vision in spreading science and faith, work has been done to implement a specialized diploma in Islamic Sharia sciences with an academic educational vision that works to consolidate and clarify the correct scientific foundations and principles of Sharia sciences in a contemporary approach, and in a manner that transfers scientific facts in Sharia sciences to ideas that are applicable in contemporary reality in a manner It accommodates the constants and responds to the variables, and the diploma of Islamic Sharia is an academic scientific course offered by distinguished university professors based on an academic plan that covers selected fields of knowledge according to scientific foundations, and in a way that the diploma meets the various needs and desires of the target groups, and aims to provide the student with scientific knowledge commensurate with the academic and academic level For the target groups in a way that qualifies them to possess the applied skills to know how to apply the knowledge decisions they obtain in the real life data.

vision and mission

Creating a specialized Islamic culture among the learners that qualifies them to comply with Islamic law in their reality with awareness and wisdom, all based on the message that the diploma seeks to achieve, which is represented by the fact that Islamic law is a science available to every interested person.

Objectives:

 Cognitive goals

1- Spreading Islamic culture among all segments of society

2- Clarifying the scientific concepts in the forensic sciences included in the diploma

3- Rooting the legal facts with correct evidence

4- Getting to know the scientific opinions and discussing the necessary ones

 societal goals

1- Spreading Islamic values ​​and morals through rooting Islamic sciences among students

2- Contribute to spreading the moderation and tolerance of Sharia and its correct approach

3- Enhancing moderate approaches to understanding Islam and applying its provisions.

4- Fulfilling the desire of many members of society who wish to acquire and root for legal knowledge in light of the lack of diplomas directed to non-specialists.

study plan :

first year second year
Studies in the biography of the Prophet The Qur’an and its sciences
The jurisprudence of worship The origins and methods of advocacy
Family provisions (marriage and divorce) Family rulings (inheritance and will)
Studies in Hadith Arabic
Comparative Islamic Criminal Legislation History of the Islamic world and Islamic civilization
History of legislation and legal systems Comparing religions and orientalism
Principles of Islamic Economics Financial systems in Islam
History of the Islamic world General principles of law
Systems of governance and administration (compared to positive systems) Islamic arts and architecture
General theories in Islamic jurisprudence Research and investigation methods
Comparative Islamic jurisprudence between different schools of thought Usul al-Fiqh with in-depth
jurisprudence of transactions Islamic Ethics
Basic jurisprudence rules with in-depth     Administrative organization in Islam
Contemporary streams of thought Personal status in Sharia
 Islamic faith jurisprudence of international relations
Contemporary Political Problems (International Endowments) The geography of the Islamic world
Fundamentals of Islamic Education jurisprudence of felonies
Graduation research

 

Gathering and preparing the scientific committee