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  • ​The Fall Quarter

    1. ISEG100: Arabic Language Level I - 5 credits

    2. ISEC110: Islamic Creed I - 4 credits

    3. ISEC111: Fiqh of Worship I - 4 credits

    4. ISEC112: Introduction to Quranic Sciences - 5 credits

     

    The Winter Quarter

    1. ISEC113: History of Islamic Jurisprudence - 4 credits

    2. ISEC114: Tajweed I (Rules of Proper Recitation) - 5 credits

    3. ISEC115: Analytical Tafseer I - 5 credits

    4. ISEG101: Islamic Psychology - 4 credits

    The Spring Quarter

    1. ISEG102: Islam & Science - 4 credits

    2. ISEG103: Arabic Language Level II (Prerequisite: ISEG100) - 5 credits

    3. ISEG104: Islamic Manners/Behavior - 4 credits

    4. ISEC116: Biography of the Prophet I - 5 credits

  • ​The Fall Quarter

    1. ISEG200: Arabic Language Level III (Prerequisite: ISEG103) - 5 credits

    2. ISEG201: History of the Rightly Guided Caliphs - 4 credits

    3. ISEG202: Islamic Spirituality (Tazkiya) - 4 credits

    4. ISEC210: Introduction to Sunnah Sciences - 5 credits

     

    The Winter Quarter

    1. ISEC211: Fiqh of Worship II (Prerequisite: ISEC111) - 4 credits

    2. ISEC212: Islamic Creed II (Prerequisite: ISEC110) - 4 credits

    3. ISEG203: Arabic Language Level IV (Prerequisite: ISEG200) - 5 credits

    4. ISEG204: History of Muslim States (Prerequisite: ISEG201) - 5 credits

    The Spring Quarter

    1. ISEC213 - Analytical Tafseer II (Prerequisite: ISEC115) - 5 credits

    2. ISEC214 - Islamic Creed III (Prerequisite: ISEC212) - 4 credits

    3. ISEC215 - Fiqh of Transactions I - 4 credits

    4. ISEC216 - Biography of the Prophet II - (Prerequisite: ISEC116)  - 5 credits

  • The Fall Quarter

    1. ISEC300: Tajweed II (Rules of Proper Recitation) (Prerequisite: ISEC114) - 5 Credits

    2. ISEC301: Fiqh of Transactions II (Prerequisite: ISEC215) - 4 Credits

    3. ISEC302: Islamic Theology - 4 Credits

    4. ISEC303: Hadith Terminology I - 5 Credits

     

    The Winter Quarter

    1. ISEA300: Islamic Monotheism - 5 Credits

    2. ISEH303: Defending the Sunnah - 5 Credits

    3. ISEF301: Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence - 5 Credits

    4. ISEQ301: Quranic Virtues and Ethics - 4 Credits

     

    The Spring Quarter

    1. ISEA304: Texts Dealing with Creed - 5 Credits

    2. ISEQ306: Quran Reflection (Tadabbur) - 5 Credits

    3. ISEH302: An Explanation of Legislating Hadiths - 5 Credits

    4. ISEF305: Major Schools of Thought of Fiqh - 5 Credits

  • The Fall Quarter

    1. ISEH400: Authority of the Sunnah - 5 Credits

    2. ISEQ400: Science of Stopping & Starting - 5 Credits

    3. ISEF402: Contemporary Fiqh Issues - 5 Credits

Bachelor of Arts in Islamic Studies with concentration in General Islamic Studies

The Bachelor of Arts in Islamic Studies with a concentration in General Islamic Studies provides students with a well-rounded education in Islamic theology, jurisprudence, history, and Arabic language. This program is designed to develop a comprehensive understanding of the Quran, Hadith, and various Islamic sciences, preparing graduates for roles in Islamic education, community leadership, and further academic research.

 

Learning Outcomes

Graduates will be able to:

  1. Achieve proficiency in the Arabic language for both written and oral communication.

  2. Demonstrate a deep understanding of the Islamic Creed (Aqeedah).

  3. Apply Islamic jurisprudential principles in diverse contexts.

  4. Conduct detailed analysis and interpretation of Quranic and Hadith Sciences texts.

  5. Understand the historical development of Islamic thought and its application in contemporary contexts.

  6. Engage in scholarly discussions on Islamic theology and contemporary issues.

  7. Apply Islamic ethical principles in personal and professional life.

Program Features

Flexible
Study Format

Online/live sessions or
Self-Paced Study

Tuition and Fee

Per Credit: $27

Total Cost: $5,544

Full-Time  Completion Time

3 Quarters per Year: ~3.3 years

4 Quarters per Year: 2.5 years

Instruction Medium

English or Arabic

Study Time Options

Full Time: Minimum 4 courses per quarter

Part Time: Minimum 2 courses per quarter

Degree Completion Requirements

Total: 180 quarter credits

General Education Courses: 45 credits

Core Courses: 81 credits

Advanced concentration courses: 54 credits

Curriculum Details

Admission Requirements

  1. Copy of Valid Passport or ID: Please provide a clear image of your valid passport or photo ID to verify your identity.

  2. Personal Statement: A personal statement is required. This should outline your interest in the program, your career goals, and why you believe you would be a good fit for the program.

  3. High School Diploma or Equivalent: Applicants must have completed high school or earned a General Education Diploma. Official transcripts or proof of completion must be submitted.

  4. Application Form: Applicants must submit a fully completed application form through the university's online application system. It is essential that all sections of the form are thoroughly and accurately completed to ensure your application is properly considered.

  5. Application Fee: Applicants must pay a non-refundable application fee of $25.

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