Admission open (fall - 2017) ...apply now    ||    Datesheet Islamabad Campus ...read more    ||    for HEC Recognition of Alhamd islamic university please visit http://www.hec.gov.pk    ||   

M.Phil (Islamic Studies)

Program: M.Phil (Islamic Studies) 2 years Program
Objective:

Provide in depth knowledge of basic Islamic Sciences such as al-Quran, al-Hadith, al-Fiqh, Islamic History, Islamic Thought, Seerah, Islamic Culture and Islamic Civilization.

Eligibility Criteria:

v  BA with Islamic Studies from any recognize university or equivalent .

v  WifaqulMadaris degree.

v  Candidate has to pass AIU Entrance Test  and Final Interview.

 

1st Semester
S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs
Th Lab
1 IS-701 - Arabic Language I 3 0
2 IS-702 - Ulum al-Qur’an 3 0
3 IS-703 - Ulum al-Hadith 3 0
4 IS-704 -

Introduction to Ilm al-kalam

3 0
5 IS-705 -

Fiqh al-Seerah and History of Rightly-Guided Caliphs

3 0
6     Functional English 3 0
Semester Total Credits Hours: 18

 

2nd Semester
S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs
Th Lab
1 IS-716 IS-701 Arabic Language II 3 0
2 IS-707 - Introduction to the Study of Religions 3 0
3 IS-708   Introduction to the Science of Dawah 3 0
4 IS-709 - History of Tafseer& Methodology of Mufassireen 3 0
5 IS-7010 - Research Methodology 3 0
6 IS-7011   Usul al-Fiqh 3 0
Semester Total Credits Hours: 18

 

3rd Semester
S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs
Th Lab
1 IS-801 - Arabic Language III 3 0
2 IS-802   Introduction to Philosophy 3 0
3 IS-803 - Al-Fiqh al-Islami: History and Texts 3 0
4 IS-804 - Tasawwuf: Introduction & Issues 3 0
5 IS-805 Tafseer (Textual Study) 3 0
6 IS-806 - Hadith (Textual Study) 3 0
Semester Total Credits Hours: 18

 

4th Semester
S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs
Th Lab
1 IS-807 - History of Islam 3 0
2 IS-808 - Comparative study of religions 3 0
3 IS-809 Economical system of Islam 3 0
4 IS-8010 - Political thoughts of Islam 3 0
5 IS-8011 - Special study of Seerah 3 0
6 IS-8012 Research Project 3 0
Semester Total Credits Hours: 18

 

Total Credit Hours: 74

BS (Islamic Education)

 

Program: BS (Islamic Studies ) 4 years program
Objective:

1. Provide in depth knowledge of basic Islamic Sciences such as al-Quran, al-Hadith, al-Fiqh, Islamic History, Islamic Thought, Seerah, Islamic Culture and Islamic Civilization. 

2. Provide basic skills of pure sciences and social sciences that are required to be performed by a graduate.  

3. Create better understanding of Islam and contemporary challenges faced by the Muslim Ummah

4. Prepare Scholars, who can participate in advance research activities. 

5. Establish a cadre of professionals in the domain of Islamic Studies who can be potential candidates of post-    graduate and doctorate level studies. 

6. Make the students of Islamic Studies capable of understanding and solving current contemporary issues in the light of Islamic teaching.

Eligibility Criteria:

v  Intermediate from any recognized board.

v  Candidate has to pass AIU Entrance Test  and Final Interview.

 

1st Semester
S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs
Th Lab
1 IS – 301 - Introduction of topics of Quran 3 0
2 IS – 302 - Functional Arabic – I 3 0
3 IS – 303 - History of Muslims in sub continent 3 0
4 CS-301 - Introduction to computer 3 0
5 MT-301 - Mathematics 3 0
6 EN-301 - Functional English 3 0
Semester Total Credits Hours: 18

 

2nd Semester
S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs
Th Lab
1 IS – 304 - Islamic Studies 3 0
2 IS – 305 - Functional Arabic – II 3 0
3 ST-301 - Statistics 3 0
4 EN-411 EN-314 Communication skills 3 0
5 IR-303 - Political Science 3 0
6 EC-303 - Economics 3 0
Semester Total Credits Hours: 18

 

3rd Semester
S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs
Th Lab
1 IS – 401 - Textual Study of Quran – I 3 0
2 IS – 402 - Islamic Education – I 3 0
3 IS – 403 - Arabic Literature 3 0
4 IS – 404 - Uloom Al – Quran 3 0
5 IS – 405 - Methodology of Research in Islamic Studies 3 0
6 HG-304 - Business and Technical Writing 3 0
Semester Total Credits Hours: 18

 

4th Semester
S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs
Th Lab
1 IS – 406 - Muslim economical Thought 3 0
2 IS – 407 - Taxtual Study of Al Quran – II 3 0
3 IS – 408 - Study of Islamic Fiqh 3 0
4 IS – 409 - History of compilation of Hadith 3 0
5 IS – 4010 Islamic Education – II  3 0
6 SS-602 Sociology 3 0
Semester Total Credits Hours: 18

 


5th Semester
S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs
Th Lab
1 IS – 501 - Study of the Seerah of the holy prophet Muhammad (S) 3 0
2 IS – 502 - History of Tafseer and its Principles 3 0
3 IS – 503 Hadith – e – nabvi 3 0
4 IS – 504 Textual Study of Hadith – I 3 0
5 IS – 505 - Textual Study of Muslim Family Laws 3 0
6 IS – 506 - History of Islamic culture and civilization 3  
Semester Total Credits Hours: 18

 

6th Semester
S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs
Th Lab
1 IS – 507 - Uloom Al – Hadith 3 0
2 IS – 508 - History of Fiqh 3 0
3 IS – 509 DawawalIrshad 3 0
4 IS – 5010 Fiqh 3 0
5 IS – 5011 Comparative study of world Religions 3 0
6 IR-301 - International Relations 3 0
Semester Total Credits Hours: 18

 

7th Semester
S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs
Th Lab
1 IS – 601  - Fiqh Al Quran 3 0
2 IS – 602  - Uloom Al – Fiqh 3 0
3    - Elective – I  3 0
4    - Elective – II  3 0
5 IS – 603  - Thesis/ Research Project 3 0
6 IS – 604  - Arabic Language – I, II 3 0
Semester Total Credits Hours: 18

 

8th Semester  
S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs  
Th Lab  
1 PS-601  - Pakistan Studies 3 0  
2    - Elective – III 3 0  
3    - Elective – IV 3 0  
4 IS – 605  - Thesis/ Research Project 3 0  
   
 
Semester Total Credits Hours: 12  

 

Total Credit Hours: 138

Islamic Studies

From the very earliest days of Islam, the issue of education has been at the forefront at the minds of the Muslims. The very first word of the Quran that was revealed to Prophet Muhammad was, in fact, "Read". Prophet Muhammad once stated that "Seeking knowledge is mandatory for all Muslims". With such a direct command to go out and seek knowledge, Muslims have placed huge emphasis on the educational system in order to fulfill this obligation placed on them by the Prophet.

Throughout Islamic history, education was a point of pride and a field Muslims have always excelled in. Muslims built great libraries and learning centers in places such as Baghdad, Cordoba, and Cairo. They established the first primary schools for children and universities for continuing education. They advanced sciences by incredible leaps and bounds through such institutions, leading up to today's modern world.

Newsletter

Make sure you dont miss interesting happenings by joining our newsletter program.

Contact us

 Islamabad Campus: Shahpur, Barakahu Islamabad

    • Contact No: (051)-2234000-1

Liaison Office : Plot# 625 G-10/2 Near Babari Masjid Main Sawan Road Islamabad

Connect with us

We're on Social Networks. Follow us & get in touch.