Faculty of Civilizations and Religions

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions

Welcome to the Faculty of Civilizations and Religions at Aalborg Academy of Science

The Dean Of The Faculty

The Dean Of The Faculty

Prof. Dr. Khazal Al Magedi

Dean of the Faculty of Civilizations and Religions of Aalborg Academy of Science specializes in ancient history and holds a doctorate degree from the Arab History Institute of Higher Studies in Baghdad. He taught at Derna University for five years and then at Leiden University in the Netherlands for one year and in open Arab universities in Europe.

He is a researcher in the science and history of civilizations, religions, and legends, where the major Arab publishing houses have published for him 45 books in these fields, the most recent being are the Book of Religious Science, the Book of pre-history civilizations, and the Book of Sumerians Prophets among others.

Introduction

Introduction

The Faculty of Civilizations and religions specializes in teaching the science and History of civilizations and religions according to a humanistic scientific approach stemming from the concept of diversity, dialogue, peace and tolerance in the world.

Vision, Mission, and Objectives

Vision, Mission, and Objectives

Vision:

Our world is characterized by different civilizations, cultures, and religions, and our role is to elevate an academic educational work in the fields and disciplines of civilizations and religions.

Mission:

Building a scientific conception of civilizations and religions and teaching them based on a modern and contemporary scientific approach.

Objectives:

  1. To spread the values of tolerance, dialogue, and positive cultures among religions and to renounce intolerance and exclusion between peoples and nations.
  2. To consolidate the scientific approach in the study of civilizations and religions by building a positive dialogue that prevents conflicts and wars.

 

Departments of the Faculty of Civilizations and Religions

Head of Department Department
Dr. Khazal Al Magedi Department of Civilizations and Religions
Dr. Khazal Al Magedi Department of General Religions/Civilizations branch
Dr. Saman Hanna AlQiss Department of Christian Studies
Dr. Omar Abu Salama Department of Islamic Studies

Study Programs

Study Programs

1- Department of Civilizations and Religions

Diploma Level

Semester Schedule

Study level: Diploma

Year: First     Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 History Science 1
4 3 Civilization Studies 2
4 3 Sociology 3
4 3 Anthropology 4
4 3 Philosophy of Civilization 5
20 15 5 Total

 

 

Study level: Diploma

Year: First     Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Prehistoric civilizations 1
4 3 Ancient Civilizations 2
4 3 Intermediate civilizations 3
4 3 Modern civilization 4
4 3 Dialogue and clash of civilizations 5
20 15 5 Total

Bachelor Level

First year

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Bachelor

Year: First     Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 History Science 1
4 3 Science of Civilization 2
4 3 Sociology 3
4 3 Anthropology 4
4 3 Archaeology 5
20 15  5 Courses Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Bachelor

Year: First     Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Religion Science 1 1
4 3 Science and history of language and writing 2
4 3 History of Religions 3
4 3 Geography of religions 4
 4 3 Philosophy of religion 5
20 15 5 courses Total

Second Year

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Bachelor

Year: Second    Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Pre-history religions 1
4 3 Religions of Wadi al-Rafidain 2
4 3 Ancient Egyptian religion 3
4 3 Ancient Levantine religions 4
4 3 Indian religions 5
20 15 5 courses Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Bachelor

Year: Second    Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Chinese religions 1
4 3 Mythology 2
4 3 Persian religions 3
4 3 Greek and Roman religions 4
4 3 Religious Orientalism 5
20 15 5 courses Total

Third Year

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Bachelor

Year: Third    Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Judaism 1
4 3 Christianity 2
4 3 Islam 3
4 3 Gnosticism 4
4 3 Modern and contemporary religions 5
20 15 5 courses Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Bachelor

Year: Third    Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Religion Science 2 1
4 3 Philosophy and Metaphysics 2
4 3 religion comparison 3
4 3 Dialogue and clash of religions 4
4 3 Research Methodology and Graduation Research 5
20 15 5 courses Total

 

Higher Diploma Level

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Higher Diploma

Year: First     Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Science of History and civilization 1
4 3 Anthropology 2
4 3 Religion Science 1 3
4 3 religions comparison 4
4 3 Mythology 5
20 15 5 Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Higher Diploma

Year: First     Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 History of ancient religions 1
4 3 History of intermediate religions 2
4 3 History of modern and contemporary religions 3
4 3 Religion Science 2 4
4 3 Scientific research and graduation research curriculum 54
20 15 5 Total

Master Level

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Master

Year: First     Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Religious anthropology 1
4 3 Religious sociology 2
4 3 Religious ideology 3
4 3 Religious psychology 4
4 3 Religion Science 5
20 15 Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Master

Year: First     Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Old Mashreq Religions 1
4 3 Ancient Far East religions 2
4 3 Intermediate religions 3
4 3 Modern and contemporary religions 4
4 3 Scientific research and graduation research curriculum 5
20 15 Total

PhD Level

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Phd

Year: First     Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Religion Science 1
4 3 Phenomenology of religions 2
4 3 Hormonics of religions 3
4 3 Theology of Religions 4
4 3 The structure of religions 5
20 15 5 Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Phd

Year: First     Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Gnosticism and Hermetic 1
4 3 Modern and contemporary religions 2
4 3 Science of sects and religious denominations 3
4 3 Science of Sufism 4
4 3 Scientific research and graduation research curriculum 5
20 15 5 Total

* The student introduces his PhD plan to his supervisor and then writes it.

Post-doctoral level

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Post-doctoral

Year:      Semester:

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Religion and secularism 1
4 3 Philosophy of religion 2
4 3 The science of Endings and the Hereafter (eschatology) 3
4 3 Mesopotamia, Hermetic and Gnosticism 4
4 3 Political Religion 5
20 15 5 Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Post-doctoral

Year:      Semester::

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Philosophical metaphysics 1
4 3 Mandaean religion 2
4 3 Religious Orientalism 3
4 3 Religions and democracy 4
4 3 Research Methodology and Graduation Research 5
20 15 5 Total

 

2- Department of General Religions / Civilizations branch

Diploma Level

 

Semester Schedule

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Diploma

Year: First      Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Science of History and civilization 1
4 3 Anthropology 2
4 3 Religion Science 3
4 3 History of Religions 4
4 3 religion comparison 5
20 15 5 Total

 

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religions Branch/General Religions Department

Study level: Diploma

Year: First      Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 History of ancient religions 1
4 3 History of intermediate religions 2
4 3 History of modern and contemporary religions 3
4 3 Mythology 4
4 3 Philosophy of religion 5
20 15 5 Total

Bachelor Level

 

First Year

Study level: Bachelor

Year: First      Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 History Science 1
4 3 Civilization Studies 2
4 3 Sociology 3
4 3 Anthropology 4
4 3 Archeology 5
20 15 5 courses Total

 

Study level: Bachelor

Year: First      Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Science of Religions 1
4 3 Science and history of language and writing 2
4 3 Folklore science 3
4 3 Geography of civilizations 4
4 3 Philosophy of Civilization 5
20 15 5 courses Total

Second Year

 Study level: Bachelor

Year: Second      Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Pre-history civilizations 1
4 3 Wadi al-Rafidain Civilization 2
4 3 Egyptian Civilization 3
4 3 Indian civilization 4
4 3 Chinese civilization 5
4 15 5 courses Total

 

 Study level: Bachelor

Year: Second      Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Orientalism 1
4 3 Mythology 2
4 3 Persian civilization 3
4 3 Greek civilization 4
4 3 The Romanian Civilization 5
20 15 5 courses Total

Third Year

 Study level: Bachelor

Year: Third      Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Christian civilization 1
4 3 Islamic Civilization 2
4 3 Modernity, past and future 3
4 3 Globalization 4
4 3 Democracy 5
20 15 5 courses Total

 

 Study level: Bachelor

Year: Third      Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Modern Western Civilization 1
4 3 Civil society 2
4 3 Culture Science 3
4 3 Dialogue and clash of civilizations 4
4 3 Research Methodology and Graduation Research 5
20 15 5 courses Total

Higher Diploma Level

 

 Year: First              Semester: First
No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Cultural and social anthropology 1
4 3 Religion Science 2
4 3 Archaeology 3
4 3 Modernity and globalization 4
4 3 Empires of Civilizations 5
20 15 5 Total

 

 Year: First              Semester: Second
No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Ancient Civilizations 1
4 3 Intermediate civilizations 2
4 3 Modern Western Civilization 3
4 3 Colonialism (colonial phase) 4
4 3 Research Methodology and Graduation Research 5
20 15 5 Total

Master Level

 

 Year: First              Semester: First
No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Cultural and social anthropology 1
4 3 Science of Religions 2
4 3 Archeology 3
4 3 Modernity and Globalization 4
4 3 Post-colonialism 5
20 15 5 Total

 

 Year: First              Semester: Second
No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Ancient Civilizations 1
4 3 Intermediate civilizations 2
4 3 Modern Western Civilization 3
4 3 History of Semitic and Aryan languages 4
4 3 Research Methodology and Preparatory Year Research 5
20 15 5 Total

PhD Level

 

 Year: First              Semester: First
No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Civilization Studies 1
4 3 Historical Writing 2
4 3 Culture Science 3
4 3 Religion Science 4
4 3 Empires of Civilizations 5
4 15 5 Total

 

 Year: First              Semester: Second
No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Ancient civilizations 1
4 3 Intermediate civilizations 2
4 3 Modern Western Civilization 3
4 3 New History Science 4
4 3 Research Methodology and Preparatory Year Research 5
20 15 5 Total

 

Post-doctoral Level

 

 Year: First              Semester: First
No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Psychological Sociology 1
4 3 History of Semitic and Aryan languages 2
4 3 Dialogue and clash of civilizations 3
4 3 Colonialism and post-Colonialism 4
4 3 Geography of civilizations 5
20 15 5 Total

 

 Year: First              Semester: Second
No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 New History Science 1
4 3 Empires of Civilizations 2
4 3 Civil Anthropology 3
4 3 Citizenship 4
4 3 Research Methodology and Preparatory Year Research 5
20 15 5 Total

 

 

3- Department of Christian Studies

Theological Sciences

 

Study Plan for Diploma

The plan in the table below requires the student to register for five courses per semester by the interactive study method. This plan needs about 18 – 21 hours a week to read the required texts, watch the videos and perform the various homework of the courses (6 – 7 hours of the weekly study for one subject). If the student follows this plan, the program will be finished within two years.

 

General structure of the study plan

Requirements No of Study hours
1- Academy Requirements 9
2- College Requirements 9
4- Department Requirements Mandatory 42 48
Elective 6
Total 66

Mandatory academic requirements

Subject Code Subject Name Credit hours Previous requirements
10032100 English 0
11000101 History of Civilization 3
11000103 English  1 2
11000108 Community service 2
11000330 English 2 2

 

Specialized subjects

The following table shows the specialized subjects for the full attendance

Subject Code Credit hours
An extensive study of the Old Testament OT413a 3 Mandatory College requirements
An extensive study of the New Testament NT413a 3 Mandatory College requirements
History of the Church HIS413 3 Mandatory College requirements
The Law of the Holy Books BIB413 3 Mandatory Section requirements
Genesis OT413b 3 Mandatory Section requirements
Christian Life PT413 3 Mandatory Section requirements
The life and teachings of Jesus NT413b 3 Mandatory Section requirements
Historical Books OT413c 3 Mandatory Section requirements
Introduction to the Christian faith THE413 3 Mandatory Section requirements
Acts of Messengers NT423c 3 Mandatory Section requirements
Poetic Books and Wisdom Books OT423d 3 Mandatory Section requirements
Introduction to Islam THE423 3 Mandatory Section requirements
Letter to the Romans NT423d 3 Mandatory Section requirements
Biblical Theology BIB423 3 Mandatory Section requirements
The science and art of the interpretation of the Bible HER423 3 Mandatory Section requirements
Apocalypse NT423e 3 Mandatory Section requirements
Prophetic books OT423e 3 Mandatory Section requirements
Christian service PT423 3 Mandatory Section requirements
Mother Tongue (Aramaic, Syriac-Chaldean Assyrian)/1 0 Mandatory Section requirements
Mother Tongue (Aramaic, Syriac-Chaldean Assyrian)/2 0 Mandatory Section requirements
Mother Tongue (Aramaic, Syriac-Chaldean Assyrian)/2 0 Mandatory Section requirements

Part-time (three-year)

The plan requires registration in two or three subjects per semester. This plan needs about 12 – 14 hours a week to read the required texts, watch the videos and perform the different homework’s of the subject (6 – 7 hours of the weekly study for one subject). If the student follows this plan, the program will be finished within three years.

Theological Sciences Bachelor

 

Curriculum subjects for The Bachelor studies

General Structure of the Study Plan

Requirements Credit hours
1- Academy Requirements 21
2- College Requirements 22
4- Department Requirements Mandatory 64 76
Elective 12
Total 121

Mandatory academic requirements

Subject Code Subject Name Credit hours Previous Requirements
10032100 English 0
11000101 History of Civilization 3
11000102 Arabic Language 3
11000103 English Language 1 2
11000105 Human Rights 2
11000108 Community Service 1 The student chooses one of them.
11000117 Leadership and communication skills 1
11000127 Introduction to Computer 1
11000330 English Language 2 2
11000121 Origins of Scientific research 3
11000122 Library Science 2
Non-specialty subject 3

A general list of subjects
1- Bible
a- Old Testament/Mandatory Department subjects

Subject Code Subject Credit hours Previous Requirements
THB401 The Torah 2
THB101 Historical Books 2
THB301 The prophets (1) 2
THB302 The prophets (2) 2 THB301
THB201 Quantum Books 2
THB402 Old Testament Theology 2

b- New Testament/ Mandatory Department subjects

Subject Code Subject Credit hours Previous Requirements
THB111 Study Biblical texts of Matthew Mark and Luke 2
THB211 The Azism Gospels 2 THB111
THB311 Gospel of John 2 THB211
THB312 Revelation and the Epistles of John 2 THB311
THB411 Deeds and messages of Mar Paul (1) 2 THB312
THB412 messages of Mar Paul (2) 2 THB411

c- Languages of the Bible/Mandatory Department subjects

Subject Code Subject Credit hours
LGG201 Greek language (1) 1
LGH301 Hebrew language (1) 1
LGH401 Mother Tongue (Aramaic, Syriac-Chaldean Assyrian) 1

2- Theology
a- Doctrinal theology/Mandatory Department subjects

Subject Code Subject Credit hours Previous Requirements
THD101 Introduction to Basic Theology 2
THD401 The doctrine of the Holy Trinity 2 THD101
THD201 Incarnation of the word (Christgia) 2 THD401
THD301 The Holy Spirit, his talents and his work 2 THD201
THD202 The Doctrine of Salvation (Sotiorigia) 2 THD301
THD102 Church Science (Ecologies) 2 THD202
THD402 Christian Look to man (anthropology) 2 THD102
THD302 Acrobatic Science(eschatology) 2 THD402

b- Ritual theology/ Mandatory Department subjects

Subject Code Subject Credit hours Previous Requirements
THL201 Introduction to Ritual theology 2 THD101
THL301 Baptism, Meron and Holy Communion 2 THL201
THL401 Priesthood, repentance and patient smear 2 THL301
  1. Literary theology/Elective Section subjects 2
Subject Code Subject Credit hours Previous Requirements
THM201 Introduction to Literary theology 2 THL201
THM301 Biological ethics 1 THM201
THM302 Sexual Ethics and the family 1 THM301
  1. Pastoral Theology and preaching/Mandatory Department subjects
Subject Code Subject Credit hours
THPa401 Earthquakes: Marriage and Family 1
THHm402 Science of Preaching 1

e- The ascetic theology/ Mandatory Department subjects

Subject Code Subject Credit hours
THA201 Syriac ascetic theology 2

3-Fathers of the Church / Elective Department Subject

Subject Code Subject Credit hours Previous Requirements
THF201 Fathers of the Church in the second and third centuries 1 THF201
THF301 The fathers of the Church in the fourth and fifth centuries 1 THF301
THF401 Introduction to Syriac Fathers 1 THF401
LGS201 The Syriac Fathers: Ephrahat and Ibn Kiva 1 LGS201
LGS202 Syriac Fathers: Mar Yaqoub Al Saruji 1 LGS202
LGS301 Syriac Fathers: St. Ephrem and Felix the Apostle 1 LGS301
LGS302 The fathers of Isaac the Ninevite and the Isaac of Antioch, the son of the Hebrews and the great Marius Severus, 2 THF201
LGS303 Bardisan, Titianos, Mar Nersay, Ma Marotha, Yacoub El Rahawi, Dadeshoua Qataraya, Mar Taimatius the Great, Haneen Ibn Ishaq, Abdisheb Souboui, Khamis Qardakhi, Warda, Touma Hebdou, Adi Sher 2 THF201

4- The Canonical History

Subject Code Subject Credit hours Previous Requirements
THH201 The Ancient History of the Church (1-4 centuries) 2 THF201
THH301 Church Academies (4-6 centuries) 2 THF301
THH401 History of the Syriac and Medieval Syriac Church 2 THH301
  1. Legal right
Subject Code Subject Credit hours Previous Requirements
THC201 Introduction to the legal right and the Constitution of the Church 1
THC202 Personal Status Law 1 THC201
  1. Religions and Ecumenism
Subject Code Subject Credit hours Previous Requirements
THR301 Introduction to the Islamic religion 2
THE302 Ecumenical Movement and theological dialogues 1 THR301
  1. Philosophy
Subject Code Subject Credit hours Previous Requirements
THPh101 Introduction to the history of philosophy 2
THPh201 Ancient Greek philosophy 2 THPh101
THPh202 Philosophy and human knowledge 2 THPh101
THPh301 Intermediate Philosophy 2 THPh202
THPh303 Islamic Philosophy 2 THR301
THPh401 Modern Philosophy 2 THPh301
THPh302 Philosophical problems 2 THPh202
THPh402 Moral Philosophy 2 THPh302
  1. Humanities
Subject Code Subject Credit hours Previous Requirements
THPs202 Introduction to Psychology 2
THPs402 Social Psychology 2 THPs202
THS301 Introduction to Sociology 2
THS401 Religious sociology 2 THS301
THMe401 Methodology of scientific research 1
  1. Languages
Subject Code Subject Credit hours Previous Requirements
LGS101 Syriac Language: Texts (1) 1
LGS201 Syriac Language: Texts (2-a) 1 LGS101
LGS202 Syriac Language: Texts (2-B) 1 LGS201
LGS301 Syriac Language: Texts (3-a) 1 LGS202
LGS302 Syriac Language: Texts (3-B) 1 LGS301
LGS102 Syriac Language: Grammar (1) 1
LGS202 Syriac Language: Grammar (2) 1 LGS102
LGS302 Syriac Language: Grammar (3) 1 LGS202
  1. Ritual
Subject Code Subject Credit hours
THT101 Service of Liturgy and Psalms 2
THT102 Liquor and Pith Kaz 2
THT401 Ritual Service and Church secrets 2
The voices (reciting) Hymns, parrots and anomalies 2

 

 

Master of Theology

 

Curriculum Subjects for Master’s Degree

General structure of the study plan

Requirements Credit hours
1- University requirements 6
2- College Requirements 6
3- Section requirements 12
4- Thesis 12
Total 36

Mandatory Academy requirements

Subject Code Subject Name Credit hours Previous Requirements
11000101 Presentation Subject (Criticism Studies) 3
11000102 English Language 3

Mandatory College requirements

The student must complete 6 credit hours

Subject Code Subject Name Credit hours Previous Requirements
11201101 Research Origins and Methods 3
11201102 Presentation (Criticism Studies) 3

Specialization requirements

Department Subjects

Subject Subject Code Credit hours
Liturgy and worship 3
Preaching 3
Written studies 3
Counseling and Pastoral Studies 3
Missionary and Evangelism 3
Practical service 3

PhD in Theology

 

Curriculum Subjects for the (PhD) in theology

General structure of the study plan

Requirements Credit hours
1-      Academy requirements 3
2- College requirements 6
3- Department requirements 15
4- Thesis 40
Total 64

 

Mandatory University requirements

Subject Code Subject Name Credit hours Previous Requirements
English Language 3

 

Mandatory College requirements

The student must complete 6 credit hours

Subject Code Subject Name Credit hours Previous Requirements
Applications in Religious Research 3
Religious Studies Seminar 3

 

Specialization requirements

15 Basic subjects for Ph.D.
3 Early Church history and the first church
3 Regular theology
3 Science of interpretation
3 Spiritual Formation
3 Theories of Pastoral Theology
3 Christian Advice
3 Trinity

4- Islamic Studies Department

Diploma Level

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Department of Islamic Studies

Study Level: Diploma

Year: First     Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Creed and Life 1
4 3 Sources of legislation 2
4 3 Islamic Jurisprudence: History and Origin 3
4 3 Sufism and Ethics 4
4 3 Quranic Miracles 5
20 15 5 Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Department of Islamic Studies

Study Level: Diploma

Year: First     Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Origins of interpretation 1
4 3 Jurisprudential rules 2
4 3 Pillars of Faith 3
4 3 Sociology 4
4 3 Rules of recitation and preservation 5
20 15 5 Total

* The student submits a systematic report in one of the above curriculum subjects

 

Bachelor level

  1. Islamic Studies
  2. Science of Quran

1- Bachelor of Islamic Studies

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religion Branch/Department: Islamic Studies

Study Level: Bachelor

Year: First     Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
5 3+2 The rules of reciting and memorizing three Qur’anic verses 1
6 3 Origins of interpretation 2
4 2 Objective interpretation 3
4 2 Jurisprudential rules 4
4 2 Grammar and Morphology 5
23 14 5 Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religion Branch/Department: Islamic Studies

Study Level: Bachelor

Year: First     Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Pillars of Faith 1
4 3 Jurisprudence of Muslim Minorities in the West 2
4 3 Sociology 3
4 3 Islamic literature and poetry 4
4 3 Islamic education curriculum 5
20 15 5 Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religion Branch/Department: Islamic Studies

Study Level: Bachelor

Year: Second   Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Scientific references in Quran and Sunnah 1
4 3 Purposes of Quran Suras 2
4 3 Creed and Life 3
4 3 Psychology schools 4
4 3 Religious Orientalism 5
20 15 5 Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religion Branch/Department: Islamic Studies

Study Level: Bachelor

Year: Second   Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Sources of legislation 1
4 3 Suspicions about the Quran 2
4 3 Fiqh of Purity and Fiqh jurisprudence 3
4 3 Psychology of Advocacy 4
4 3 Fiqh jurisprudence 5
20 15 5 Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religion Branch/Department: Islamic Studies

Study Level: Bachelor

Year: Third   Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
6 3 Research Methods in Islamic Sciences 1
4 3 Principles of Fiqh 2
4 3 Islamic Fiqh (Origins and history) 3
4 3 The rhetoric 4
4 3 purposes of Sharia 5
4 3 How to deal with Sunnah 6
24 18 6 Total

 

 Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religion Branch/Department: Islamic Studies

Study Level: Bachelor

Year: Third   Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Sufism and Ethics 1
4 3 New Orientalism 2
5 3 Rules of recitation and conservation 3
4 3 Quranic Miracles 4
1 3 Research Methodology and Graduation Research 5
18 15 5 Total

* The student submits methodological research in one of the above curriculum subject, or in a topic of his own choice of curriculum courses

2-  Bachelor of Quran Sciences

First Year / First Semester

Subject Name No of Hours No of Units
Rules of recitation and conservation 2 + 1 5
jurisprudence of worship 3 6

 

First Year / Second Semester

Subject Name No of Hours No of Units
Human Rights 2 4
Terminology of conversation 2 4
Computer 2 4
Biography of the Prophet 2 4
Total 8 18

 

First Year / Third Semester

Subject Name No of Hours No of Units
Secondary Education 2 4
Psychology (Growth) 2 4
Quranic rhetoric 2 4
Islamic Creed 2 4
Computer 2 4
Total 10 20

 

Second Year / First Semester

Subject Name No of Hours No of Units
Interpretation of the verses of the judgments 2 4
Islamic beliefs 2 4
Principles of Fiqh 2 4
Religions Comparison 2 4
Total 8 16

 

Second Year / Second Semester

Subject Name No of Hours No of Units
Fiqh of Transactions & Dealings 2 4
Library and Scientific Research 2 4
Educational guidance 2 4
Teaching methods and curricula 3 6
Total 9 18

 

Second Year / Third Semester

Subject Name No of Hours No of Units
Principles of Fiqh 2 4
Fiqh of crimes 2 4
Morphology 2 4
Curriculum of pilgrims 2 4
Text analysis 2 4
Total 10 20

 

Third Year / First Semester

Subject Name No of Hours No of Units
Rhetoric 2 4
Library and Scientific Research 2 4
Rules of recitation and conservation 3 5
Quranic Miracles 2 4
Grammar and Morphology 3 6
Total 12 23

 

Third Year / Second Semester

Subject Name No of Hours No of Units
Fundamentals of Education 2 4
Fiqh of Personal Status 3 6
Educational Psychology 2 4
Rules of recitation and conservation 3 5

 

Third Year / Third Semester

Subject Name No of Hours No of Units
Text Analysis 2 4
Measurement and Evaluation 2 4
Recitation and memorization 3 5
Watching and Aplying 2 4
Research Methodology and Graduation Research 2 1
Total 11 18

 

Higher Diploma Level

                                                 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religion Branch/Department: Islamic Studies

Study Level: Higher Diploma

Year: First   Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
4 3 Creed and Philosophy 1
4 3 The principles of jurisprudence and rules of jurisprudence 2
4 3 Sufism and Ethics 3
4 3 The new orientalism 4
4 3 5
20 15 5 Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religion Branch/Department: Islamic Studies

Study Level: Higher Diploma

Year: First   Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
5 3 Science of the Quran and the sciences of Sunnah and biography 1
5 3 Fiqh of Purity and Fiqh jurisprudence 2
4 3 Religious sociology 3
4 3 Research Methodology and Graduation Research 4
18 12 4 Total

* The student submits methodological research in one of the above curriculum subject, or in a topic of his own choice of curriculum courses

Master Level

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religion Branch/Department: Islamic Studies

Study Level: Master

Year: First   Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
5 2 Principles of Fiqh and jurisprudence 1
4 2 Fiqh of Civilized coexistence 2
5 3 Fiqh Jurisprudence of minority in the West 3
4 2 Creed and philosophy 4
18 9 4 Total

 

 Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religion Branch/Department: Islamic Studies

Study Level: Master

Year: First   Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
5 2 Islamic Sufism 1
5 2 Ethics and values 2
4 2 Orientalism 3
4 2 Research Methodology and Preparatory Year Research 4
18 8 4 Total

* The student presents the master thesis plan to his supervisor and then begins writing it

PhD Level

 

 Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religion Branch/Department: Islamic Studies

Study Level: Phd Level

Year: First   Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
5 2 Sufism and spiritual life 1
5 2 Ethics and values 2
4 2 Orientalism 3
4 2 Religious sociology 4
18 8 4 Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religion Branch/Department: Islamic Studies

Study Level: Phd Level

Year: First   Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
5 2 Fiqh of Civilized coexistence 1
5 2 Creed and Philosophy 2
4 2 Post-Orientalism 3
4 2 Research Methodology and Preparatory Year Research 4
18 8 4 Total

* The student presents the Phd thesis plan to his supervisor and then begins writing it

 

Post-doctoral level

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religion Branch/Department: Islamic Studies

Study Level: Post-doctoral Level

Year: First   Semester: First

No of Units No of Hours Course No
5 2 The fiqh of civilized coexistence among peoples 1
5 2 Realistic culture 2
4 2 The new Orientalism 3
4 2 Science of the Quran and the sciences of Sunnah and biography 4
18 8 4 Total

 

Faculty of Civilizations and Religions/Religion Branch/Department: Islamic Studies

Study Level: Post-doctoral Level

Year: First   Semester: Second

No of Units No of Hours Course No
5 2 Creed and philosophy 1
5 2 Religious Anthropology 2
4 2 Religious sociology 3
4 2 Research Methodology and Preparatory Year Research 4
18 8 4 Total

* The student presents the post-doctoral thesis plan to his supervisor and then begins writing it