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MADRASAH AL-HIKMAH
AALIMIYYAH COURSES
2015
‘Aalimiyyah course is conducted over a span of five years, in which students
make graded progress through Tafseer (translation and exegesis of the Holy
Quran), Ahadith (teachings of the Prophet SAW), the Traditional Islamic
Sciences of Fiqh (Islamic legal system), and ‘Aqaaid (Islamic belief system).
The syllabus is mainly based on the Ad-Dars un-Nizami of the renowned
scholar Mulla Nizamuddin Shadhid 1161AH/1747 CE. This program is being
employed worldwide. Modifications have been made to accommodate the
Shafi’i Fiqh.
Subsidiary subjects include Arabic Language, Classical Arabic literature,
Seerah, Tajweed (Quranic pronunciation), Memorization of some surahs of
the Quran, Uloomul-Qur’an, Usoolul-Fiqh and Usoolul-Ahadith.
The mediums of instruction are Arabic and English.

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1. AL QURAN
NO

CODE NO

SUBJECT

KITAAB

1
2

YEAR

AS0121

Tilawat Al Qur'aan

Mushaf Al Qur'aan

N

AS0131

Hifz Al Qur'aan

Mushaf Al Qur'aan

N

3

AS0111

Tajwid Rules

Tajwid Leaflet

N

4

AS1112

Tajwid for Beginners

Tajwid for Beginners

1

5

AS2113

Jazariah (Tajwid)

Muqaddimah Jazariah

2

6

AS3113

Jazariah (Tajwid)

Muqaddimah Jazariah

3

7

AS2140

Al Qur'aan Tarjumah

Mushaf Al Qur'aan

2

8

AS3151

Tafseer Al Qur'aan

Tafseer Jalalayn 1-10

3

9

AS3152

Tafseer Al Qur'aan

Tafseer Jalalayn 11-20

3

10

AS3153

Tafseer Al Qur'aan

Tafseer Jalalayn 21-30

3

11

AS4151

Tafseer Al Qur'aan

Tafseer Ibn Kathir

4

12

AS5152

Tafseer Al Qur'aan

Tafseer Ibn Kathir

5

13

AS4161

Uloom al Qur'aan

Tibyan Fi Uloom Al Qur'aan

4

2. AL HADITH
1

AS0221

Hifz Al Hadith

Tasheel Ahaadith

N

2

AS1222

Hifz Al Hadith

A Hadith a day

1

3

AS2223

Hifz Al Hadith

100 ahadith

2

4

AS3224

Hifz Al Hadith

100 ahadith

3

5

AS1211

Hadith Text

Zaad At Tolibin

1

6

AS2212

Hadith Tarjumah

Riyadhus Solihin

2

7

AS3213

Hadith Riyadhus Solihin

Riyadhus Solihin

3

8

AS4214

Hadith Misykat

Misykat Masobih

4

9

AS5215

Hadith Misykat

Misykat Masobih

5

10

AS4231

Uloom al Hadith

Manhaj an Naqd

4

3. AQIDAH
1

AS0310

Basic belief

Tasheel Aqaaid

N

2

AS1320

Basic belief

Aqaa'iudul islaam

1

3

AS2330

Belief (Explanation)

Jawahirul kalam

2

4

AS3340

Belief (Tradition)

Al 'Itiqad

3

1

AS0411

Basic Fiqh

Safinatun Najaa'

N

2

AS1412

Basic Fiqh

Al Mabaadi' al Fiqhiyyah

1

3

AS1413

Basic Fiqh

Ta'limul Haqq

1

4

AS2412

Intro to Islamic Law

A. Yaquut A.Nafees

2

5

AS3420

The source of Law

Al Khulasah fi Usul Fiqh

3

6

AS3431

Worship (Details)

Al Taqreerah Al Sadeedah

3

7

AS3432

Inheritance

Al Mawaarith

3

8

AS3433

Worship (Proofs)

Al Fiqh Al Manhaji 1

3

9

AS4441

Family Law

Al Fiqh Al Manhaji 2

4

10

AS4451

Commercial Law

Al Fiqh Al Manhaji 3

4

11

AS5452

Criminal Law

Al Fiqh Al Manhaji 3

5

4. FIQH

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5. AKHLAQ AND TARBIYYAH
1

AS0531

Akhlaq N

Tasheelul Akhlaq wal Adaab

N

2

AS1532

Akhlaq 1

The Students Method of Learning

1

3

AS2533

Akhlaq 2

Tafsir surah An Nur

2

4

AS3534

Akhlaq 3

Adaabul Muaasharat

3

5

AS0511

Sunnat

Sunnat (Revised Edition)

N

6

AS0521

Du'aas

Masnun Du'aa

N

7

AS0541

Tarbiyyah N

Reformation of Character

N

8

AS1542

Tarbiyyah 1

rememberence of death

1

9

AS2543

Tarbiyyah 2

desire for Akhirah

2

10

AS3544

Tarbiyyah 3

Minhaj 'Abidin

3

11

AS5551

Ethic

Mukhtasar Minhaj Al Qasidin

5

6. TARIKH AL ISLAM
1

AS1610

Islamic History (Basic)

Tasheelut Tarikh 1-4

1

2

AS2620

Islamic History (Basic)

Tasheelut Tarikh 7

2

3

AS3630

Islamic History (Basic)

Tasheelut Tarikh 8

3

4

AS4640

Islamic History (Details)

At Tarikh Al Islamiyy

4

5

AS5650

Islamic History (Details)

At Tarikh Al Islamiyy

5

7. LANGUAGES (ARABIC AND ENGLISH)
1

AS0711

Arabic Literature 1

Mushaf Al Quran

N

2

AS0712

Arabic Literature 2

Miftah Al Quran

N

3

AS0713

Arabic literature 3

Qisas An Nabiyyin 1/2

N

4

AS1714

Arabic literature 4

Qisas An Nabiyyin 1/2

1

5

AS1715

Arabic literature 5

At Tariqah Al Asriyyah

1

6

AS2716

Arabic Literature 6

Qisas An Nabiyyin 3&4

2

7

AS1721

Arabic Grammar 1

Al Qawaid Al Arabiyyah

1

8

AS1722

Arabic Grammar 2

An Nahw Wadhih 1&2

1

9

AS2723

Arabic Grammar 3

An Nahw Wadhih 2&3

2

10

AS2724

Arabic Grammar 4

Taudhih An Nahw

2

11

AS0731

Grammar Implication 1

Qisas An Nabiyyin 1

N

12

AS1732

Grammar Implication 2

Qisas An Nabiyyin 2&3

1

13

AS2733

Grammar Implication 3

Ta'limul Muta'allim

2

14

AS3734

Grammar Implication 4

Qisas An Nabiyyin 5

3

15

AS1741

Arabic Morphology 1

Easy Etymology

1

16

AS2742

Arabic Morphology 2

Ilm Saraf

2

17

AS0751

Arabic/English Writing 1

N

18

AS1752

Khat/English Writing 2

1

19

AS2753

Khat/Arabic Writing 3

2

20

AS3754

Arabic/English Writing 4

3

21

AS0771

English literature

N

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TEACHING
PLAN
2015

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NAZIRAH

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

Course Synopsis

Course
Outcomes

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

1-9
10

11-20

21
22-30

AS0111 Tajweed
Semester 1/12 Year 1/6

6.2 Credits
None
Lecture:
6 Credits
(6 hours / week)
Tutorial:
0.2 Credit
(20 minutes/week)
Allah Ta’ala states in the quran:
“And recite the Qur’aan with measure(Tarteel)”
Tarteel means to recite with Tajweed.
Since the Quran was revealed with Tarteel, it is realized that it is necessary for every
individual to acquire the knowledge of Tajweed, to e ble to read quran properly. If
we do not acquire the knowledge of Tajweed,it may result to making mistakes when
reciting the Quran Shareef.And to err in reciting Quran Shareef, will be sinful.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
To be able to pronounce each letter correctly from its place of
pronunciation (Makhraj), with all its qualities.
CO2:
To be able to recite the Quran Properly.
CO3:
To be able to identify the rules when reciting a word.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
CO3
Distribution
Daily Assessments



40%
Mid-Term Exam


10%
Mock Test/Class Project



40%
Final Exam


10%
Total
100 %
Tajweed for Beginners

Lesson Outcomes
(Iqra’ 1-3)

Madd asli.

Pronounce the letters with the correct
Makhraj.
Assessment Week
(Iqra’ 4-6)

Qalqalah

Rules of Nun sakeen and tanween.

Madd lazim
1st semester Imtihan
(Quraan)

Important surah.

Tilawaat.

31-40

(Quraan)

Tilawaat

41

Second Semester Imtihan

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Course
Outcomes

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1

Practical

Evaluating

Mid-Term
Exam

1

Practical

Evaluating

Mid-Term
Exam

2

Practical

Evaluating

Final Exam

Practical

Evaluating

2

Final Exam

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3
4
5

Subject Code and
Name
Semester and Year
Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching Methods

6

Course Synopsis

7

Course Outcomes

1
2

AS0121 Iqra’
Semester 1/12 Year 0/6
6.3 credit
None
Lecture:
6.3 unit
This subject introduces how to read Arabic letters and Al-Quran in a correct
manner so that the student would gain the pleasure of Allah Ta’aala and
be able to fulfill the rights of the quraan.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1: To read the Quraan with the correct makhraj.
CO2: To gain fluency in the recitation of the Quraan.

8

Assessment Methods

Assessments
Daily Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Mock Test/Class Project
Final Exam
Total

9

References

1.
2.

Week

1-9

10

CO1

CO2

Distribution
50 %
50 %
100 %

Iqra'
Al-Quran

Lesson Outcomes
1.0 Pronunciation of Alphabets

Makhraj

Difference between Alif and Hamzah

Rules of Fullmouth an Emptymouth

Mufakkham

Muraqqaq

Rules of Ra

Rules of Laam Of Allah

Rules of Alif
Assessment Week.

CO

Intellect

Delivery

1

Understanding
And Memorizing

Lecture

Understanding
And Memorizing

Lecture

Assessment

Mock Exam/ Daily

Assessments

2.0 Starting Rules
Rules of Madd
 Madd-Asli
 Madd- Far’ie
 Madd- Leen

Qalqalah

Rules of Noon Saakin and Tanween
 Ikhfaa’
 Izhaar
 Iqlaab
 Idghaam
1st Assessment Imtihan

11-20

21

3
Mock Exam/ Daily

Assessments

3.0 Secondary Stage
22-30



Rules of Meem Saakin and Tanween
Saktah
Waqf

2

Understanding
And Memorizing

1,2
and
3

Memorizing And
Evaluating

Lecture

Mock Exam/ Daily

Assessments

4.0 Revision
31-40

Revising the whole Tajweed Rules

41

2nd Semester Imtihaan

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Lecture

Mock Exam/ Daily

Assessments

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1
2
3
4
5
6
7

8

9

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis
Course
Outcomes

Assessment
Methods

References

Week
1-9

AS0131 Hifz Al Qur’aan
Semester 1/12 Year 1/6

0.5 Credits
None
Lecture:

0.5 Credits

This subject introduces students to the Noble kalaam of Allah Talaa, and it’s
methods of memorization which have been carried on from centuries.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Students would be able to remember some surah well
CO2:
Students would be able to read some surahs in their solah
Assessments
Weekly Test
Mid-Term Exam
Final Exam
Total
3.

CO1


CO2


Distribution
10%
45%
45%
100 %

Al Qur’aan

Lesson Outcomes
Hifz Al-Quran (1st Term)

‫ سورة الـكافرون‬- ‫سورة الـناس‬

Revision

10

Assessment week
Hifz Al-Quran

11-20


‫ سورة الـعصر‬- ‫سورة الـكوثر‬
Revision

21

1st Semester Imtihaan
Hifz Al-Quran (2nd Term)

22-30


‫ سورة الـزلزلة‬- ‫سورة الـتكاثر‬
Revision

31-40


‫ سورة الـقدر‬- ‫سورة الـبينة‬
Revision

41

2nd Semester Imtihaan

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Memorization

Testing

Mid-Term Exam/Weekly Test

Memorization

Testing

Mid-Term Exam/Weekly Test

1

Memorization

Testing

Final Exam/Weekly Test

1 and 2

Memorization

Testing

1

1

Hifz Al-Quran

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2
3
4
5
6
7

8

9

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis
Course
Outcomes

Assessment
Methods

References

Week
1-9
10
11-20
21
22-30

AS0221 Tasheelul Ahaadith
Semester 1/2 Year 1/6
0.5 credits
None
Lecture:

0.5 credits

(30 mins/ SAT)

This subject introduces students to the Noble Speeches (Ahadeeth), the Etiquettes
and mannerisms of the Nabi of Allah (SAW).
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Memorized and understand the Ahaadeeth.
CO2:
Practice on the Ahaadeth learnt.
Assessments
Weekly Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Mock Test/Class Project
Final Exam
Total
4.
5.

(PART 5) – Hadith 1 – ANGER – Hadith
11 – THE TRUE MUSLIM

31-40

(PART 6) – Hadith 1- GUARDING
THE TONGUE – Hadith 12 – THE
ATTRIBUTES OF ALLAH TAALA

41

Second Semester Exam

CO2

CO3

CO4

CO5

Distribution
30%
30%
40%
100 %

Zaad u Tolibin
Riyaadus solihin

Lesson Outcomes

(PART 1) Hadith 1- SALAM – hadith
10 – CHARITY

(PART 2) Hadith 1- SALAM – hadith
10- FATHER
Assessment Week

( PART 3) Hadith 1- RELIEVING
YOURSELF – Hadith 10 – SMILING

(PART 4) Hadith 1 – THE BUSY PERSON
– Hadith 10 – COMMAND THE GOOD
First Semester Exam

CO1

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CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/assessment/
end year exam

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam/assessment/end year
exam

1

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam/assessment/end year
exam

1&
2

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/
assessment/ end year exam

1

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

1
2
3
4
5
6

7

Course Synopsis

Course
Outcomes

8

Assessment
Methods

9

References

Week

1-9

11-20

22-30

3.3 credits
None
Lecture:
0.7 credits
Projects:
2.6 credits
This subject introduces students to the precise and correct Beliefs of Islam, and
students are taught to recognize Allah Ta’ala and Nabi (SAW), by introducing
Islamic parables, poems and stories of the past prophets.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Have the correct belief with regards to Basic Islamic Beliefs
CO2:
Understand English to the level that they may understand the work well.
CO3:
Have a strong base of Islamic Belief as a preparation for the years to
come.
Assessments
Daily Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Mock Test/Class
Project
Final Exam
Total
6.

CO1

CO2

CO3

CO4

CO5

Distribution
10%
40%

10%

40%
100 %

Aqaaidul Islaam

(Part 1) Lesson 1- The love for one
Allah Taala – lesson 7 – the cave of
Heera
(Part 2) lesson 1- the creator –
lesson 8 – Allah’s Books

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/Quiz/Projects/
End Year Exam

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/Quiz/Projects/
End Year Exam

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/Projects/quiz/
end year exam

Understanding

Lecture

Assessment Week

21

Semester 1/2 Year 1/6

Lesson Outcomes

10

AS0310 Tasheelul Aqaaid 1-5

(Part 3) lesson 1- Allah is the
Greatest – lesson 6- The foundation
of Islaam
(Part 4) lesson 1- the purpose of our
creation – lesson 10- Attawwab

2

Fisrst Semester Exam

(Part 5) lesson 1- qualities of AllahLesson 9- Al- Hadee

31-40

Projects/ extras

41

Second Semester Exam

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3

Mid-Term Exam/ Projects/ End
Year Exam

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1

Subject Code and Name

2
3
4
5
6

Semester and Year Taught
Program Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching Methods

7

Course Synopsis

8

Course Outcomes

9

Assessment Methods

References

Week

1-9

10

11-20

21

22-30

31-40

AS0411 Safinah An Najaa
Semester 1/12 Year 1/6
1.8 Credits
None
Lecture:
1.8 Credits
This subject introduces a classic manual of Islamic Doctrine and
Jurisprudence.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
The know the basic Law of Islamic Jurisprudence
CO2:
To be able to know what are the requirements needed in the
obedience of Allah Ta’ala and to abstain from His disobedience.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
Distribution
Daily Test


7%
Mid-Term Exam


45%
Practical


3%
Final Exam


45%
Total
100 %
Taqreeratus Sadeedah

Lesson Outcomes
Tahaarah

Basic term of Law of Shari’ah

The signs of puberty

Istinjaa’

Wudhu’ (Ritual Ablution)

Ghusl (Ritual Bath)

Major and Minor Impurities

Tayammum (Dry Ablution)

Assessment week
Solat

Conditions, Integrals, Descriptions, Times, Sunnats of
Solah

Ritual Impurities

Awrahs

The factors which nullify the solah

Sunnah Solah

The intention, conditions and forms of being an Imam

The conditions of Jama/ Taqdim, Ta’khir and Qasr

1st Semester Imtihaan
Solat al-Jumu’ah and Janazah

The conditions, sunan and adab of jumu’ah

The integrals and conditions of delivering the two
khutbahs

Four things compulsory for the deceased

Washing, Shrouding and Exhumation of the deceased

Grave

Integrals of solat jenazah

Seeking assistance
Zakat and Saum (Fasting)

The wealth upon which zakat is compulsory

The zakat of eidul fitr

The eight categories of recepients

Conditions for the validityof fasting and the conditions
for fasting becomes wajib

Integrals of fasting of Ramadhan

Qadha’ of fasting and kaffarah

Factors that nullify fasting

The breaking of fasting in Ramadhan

The types of breaking the fast

The things do not break the fast

2nd Semester Imtihaan

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

Practical/Mid-Term
Exam/Daily Test

Practical/Daily
Test/Mid-Term
Exam

1
an
d2

Understanding

1
an
d2

Understanding

Lecture

Understanding

Lecture

Understanding

Lecture

1
an
d2

1
an
d2

Practical/Daily
Test/Final Exam

Practical/Daily
Test/Final Exam

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4
5

Subject Code and
Name
Semester and Year
Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching Methods

6

Course Synopsis

7

Course Outcomes

1
2

8

Assessment Methods

AS0521 Masnun Du'aa
02 / 1 year
0.5 Credits
None
Lecture
This subject is to teach students daily masnun du'aa and Adaab as a
Mu'min
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Memorizing the daily masnun du'aas and practice it in daily life.
CO2:
Have better conduct as a Muslim
Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Final Exam
Total

References

Week


CO1
/
/

CO2
/
/

Distribution
50 %
50 %
100 %

Tasheel Akhlaaq wal Adaab by Jamiatul Ulama Transvaal
Sunnat

Lesson Outcomes

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

1&
2

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

1&
2

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

5.0 MORNING AND EVENING DU'AAS
Memorizing first half of Morning and evening
du'aas.

1-9

1&
2

6.0
10

Assessment

7.0 MORNING AND EVENING DU'AAS
Memorizing second half of Morning and
evening du'aas

11-20

1&
2

8.0
21

1st Term Exams

9.0 DUAAS IN THE LIFE OF MUSLIM
Memorizing Du'aa before wuduk until Du'aa
on wearing a new garment

22-30

10.0 DUAAS IN THE LIFE OF MUSLIM
Memorizing Du'aa when seeing another
muslim cheerful until Du'aa after weaking
up

31-40

11.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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2
3
4
5
6

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

7

Course
Outcomes

8

Assessment
Methods

AS0531 Tasheel Akhlaaq wal Adaab
02 / 1 year
0.5 Credits
None
Lecture
This subject is to teach students basic Akhlaaq and Adaab as a Student, A
Dughter, and a muslimah.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Recognize the teachings of their deen better
CO2:
Have better conduct as a Muslim
Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Final Exam
Total

References

Week

Lesson Outcomes

CO

CO1
/
/

CO2
/
/

Distribution
50 %
50 %
100 %

Tasheel Akhlaaq wal Adaab by Jamiatul Ulama Transvaal

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Memorizing & Practical Application

Lecture

1st Term Exam

Memorizing & Practical Application

Lecture

1st Term Exam

1&2

Memorizing & Practical Application

Lecture

2nd Term Exam

1&2

Memorizing & Practical Application

Lecture

2nd Term Exam

12.0 Book One

1-9







My Classroom
My Home
A Good Muslim
My Speech
Give and Take
Eating Habits
Drinking Habits

1&2

13.0
10

Assessment

14.0 Book Two
11-20

1&2

15.0
21

1st Term Exams

16.0 Book Three
22-30

17.0 Book Four
31-40

18.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Course Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

AS0711 Simplified Tarjamah of AlQur’an
Semester 1-2/2 Year 1/6

1.4 credits / 1 Week
None
Lecture:

This subject serves as an early exposure towards understanding the Quran. It
focuses on word by word translation of some selected parts of the Quran (e.g:
shorts surah which are read regularly in solahs)
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Know the basic translation of Quranic verses.
CO2:
Read Al-Quran with basic understanding of the meaning.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
CO5
Distribution
Daily Assessments


20 %
Mid-Term Exam

Mock Test

Final Exam
Total

References

Week

-

Lesson Outcomes






0.7 hour x 2 days

20 %
30 %
100 %

Delivery

Assessment

1,2

Understanding
Memorizing

Lecture

Daily Assessment/
Assessment Exam

Lecture

Daily Assessment/Mid Term Exam

Lecture

Daily Assessment/
Monthly Test

Lecture

Daily Assessment/Final Exam

‫سورة الملك‬

1,2

4

‫سورة سجدة‬

1,2

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30 %

Intellect

3

2






-

Course Outcome

-

Al-Qur’an ul Kareem
Miftaahul Qur’an

‫سورة الفاتحة‬
‫سورة اللناس‬
‫سورة الفلق‬
‫سورة االخالص‬
‫سورة المسد‬
‫سورة النصر‬
‫سورة الكافرون‬
‫سورة الكوثر‬
‫سورة الماعون‬
‫سورة قريش‬
‫سورة الفيل‬
‫سورة الهمزة‬
‫سورة العصر‬
‫سورة يس‬

1

-

1,2

Understanding
Memorizing

Understanding
Memorizing
Understanding
Memorizing

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2
3
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5
6

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

7

Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

AS0712 Miftaah ul Qur’an
Semester 1-2/2 Year 2/6

1.4 credits
None
Lecture:

This subject serves as an early exposure towards understanding the meaning of
the Quran as it introduces singular words and short sentences from the Quran
thus enabling students to understand Quranic Arabic without learning the Arabic
grammar.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Read Arabic and English fluently.
CO2:
Spell Arabic and English words correctly.
CO3:
Translate Arabic texts into English and vice versa.
CO4:
Understand the meaning of short surahs which are read regularly in
Solah.
Assessments
Daily Assessments

CO1

CO2

CO3

Mid-Term Exam

Mock Test

Final Exam
Total

References

Week

0.7 hour x 2 days

-

CO4

CO5

-

-

Distribution
20 %
30 %
20 %
30 %
100 %

Miftahul Qur’an

Lesson Outcomes

Course
Outcome

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Memorizing

Test

Daily Assessment/
Assessment Exam

Memorizing

Test

Daily Assessment/Mid
Term Exam

Test

Daily Assessment/
Monthly Test

19.0 LESSON 1 – LESSON 8

1

2

3

4

Articles of Faith
Allah is the Greatest
Allah is the Greatest
Allah is the Greatest
Allah’s Messenger
Angels of Allah
Books of Allah
The Hearafter
20.0 LESSON 9 – LESSON 13

Important Laws of Deen

The Athaan and The Iqamah

The Takbeer and The Thana’

The Testification

Dua for continued mercy upon the
Nabiy (Sallahu alaihi wassalam)
21.0 LESSON 14 – LESSON 18

The Doa after the Durood

Peace

Daily Doa

Doa of Janazah Solah (Muslim Adult)

Doa of Janazah Solah (Muslim Boy)
22.0 LESSON 19 - 26

Miscellaneous Doas

Miscellaneous Doas

Quranic Advice

Prohibition

Words used repeatedly in Quran







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1,2

2,3

2,3

3,4

Memorizing

Memorizing

Test

Daily Assessment/Final
Exam

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

7

Course
Outcomes

8

Assessment
Methods

9

References

Week

1-9

10

11-20

21



22-30 


31-40

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AS0713 Qisasun Nabiyyeen
Semester 1/12 Year 1/6
3.2 credits
None
Lecture:

3.2 units

This subject introduces the concise stories of the prophets in Arabic language
to make easy for the students to learn. To improve their Arabic words.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Translate Arabic text into English.
CO2:
Recognize more Arabic words
Assessments
CO1
CO2
Distribution
Monthly Assessments

10%

Mid-Term Exam
Mock Test/Class Project
Final Exam
Total
7.

-

--

45%
45%
100 %

Stories of the Ambiya’ for childrens.

Lesson Outcomes
Page 6-18
 Ibrahim recognize allah is his lord.
 Da’wah of Ibrahim ( ‫ ) عليه السالم‬to his father
towards Allah.
 Da;wah of Ibrahim ( ‫ ) عليه السالم‬to the people
towards Allah.
 Da’wah of Ibrahim ( ‫ ) عليه السالم‬to the king.
Assessment Week.
Page 19-36
 Ibrahim’s ( ‫ ) عليه السالم‬Journey to Mecca.
 Ibrahim ( ‫ ) عليه السالم‬sacrificing his son.
 Hajar’s sacrifice.
 Story of Yusuf ( ‫) عليه السالم‬.
 Jealousy of Yusuf’s ( ‫ ) عليه السالم‬brothers.
 Yusuf ( ‫ ) عليه السالم‬was throwing in the well.
 From the well towards the castles.
1st Assessment Imtihan
Page 37-52
Loyalty and Trust
The advice of Yusuf ( ‫ ) عليه السالم‬prisoners.
The interpretation of the dream.
Dream of the King.
The king send a messenger to Yusuf ( ‫) عليه السالم‬.
Yusuf asked for the investigations.
The brothers of Yusuf ( ‫ ) عليه السالم‬came.
Page 53-68
 Between Yusuf ( ‫ )عليه السالم‬and his brothers.
 Between Yusuf ( ‫ )عليه السالم‬and his sons.
 Binyamin by Yusuf ( ‫)عليه السالم‬.
 Yusuf ( ‫ )عليه السالم‬send a messenger to Ya’qoob (
‫)عليه السالم‬.
 Ya’qoob ( ‫ )عليه السالم‬by Yusuf ( ‫)عليه السالم‬.
 Good Endings.
2nd Semester Imtihaan

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Course
Outcome

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1

Memorizing/
Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam/Quiz

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam/Quiz

1

1

1

Memorizing/
Understanding

Memorizing/
Understanding

Memorizing/
Understanding

Lecture

Lecture

Quiz/Final
Exam

Quiz/Final
Exam

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and Name
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Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite

6

Teaching
Methods

7

Course
Synopsis

8

9

AS0731 Grammar Implication
Semester 1/2 Year 2/6
0.5 credits
Lecture:

By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Apply syntax and morphology rules in their text reading.
CO2:
Translate and understand the arabic text given.

Course
Outcomes

Assessment
Methods

Assessments
Weekly Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Mock Test/Class Project
Final Exam
Total
8.

10
11-20
21

CO1

CO2

CO3

CO4

CO5

Distribution
20%
40%
40%
100 %

Qasas Nabiyeen Part 1

Week

(30 mins/weekly)

This subject focuses on grammar application in reading Arabic text.

References

1-9

0.5

Qasas Part 1 (Page 1-10)

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1&2

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment / MidTerm Exam

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment /
Mid-Term Exam

Assessment Week

Qasas Part 1 (Page11-25)

1&2

First Semester Exam

22-30

Qasas Part 1 (Page26-40)

1&2

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment/
End year exam

31-40

Qasas Part 1 (Page51-68)

1&2

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment/
End year exam

41

Second Term Exam

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4
5
6

Subject Code and
Name
Semester and Year
Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching Methods

7

Course Synopsis

8

Course Outcomes

1
2
3

9

Assessment Methods

References

AS0751 Handwriting
Semester 1/12 Year 1/6

0.3 Credit
None
Tutorial:
0.3 unit
(30 minutes / week)
This subject introduces the proper method of writing English Font and
Arabic Font.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Write down each English alphabet in its correct way. (A – Z )
CO2:
Write down each Arabic alphabet in its correct way. ( ‫ ا‬- ‫) ب‬
Assessments
Daily Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Final Exam
Total
9.

Week

Lesson Outcomes
23.0 English Alphabets

1-9

10

Assessment Week.

CO1


CO2


Distribution
20%
40%
40%
100 %

Alphabet ABC

Practice letter Aa until Mm.

CO

Intellectual
Practicing

1

Delivery

Assessment

Demonstrate

Daily Assessments

Demonstrate

Daily Assessments

24.0 English Alphabets
11-20

21

1st

Practice letter Nn until Zz.

Practicing

1

Assessment Imtihan

25.0 Arabic Alphabets
22-30

Practice letter ‫ ا‬- ‫ض‬

2

Practicing

Demonstrate

Daily Assessments

2

Practicing

Demonstrate

Daily Assessments

26.0 Arabic Alphabets
31-40

41

Practice letter ‫ ط‬- ‫ي‬

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2
3
4
5

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite

6

Teaching
Methods

7

Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

Assessment
Methods

9

AS0771 English Grammar
Semester 1/2 Year 1/6
3.3 credits
None
Lecture: 0.7 units
Assignments:
2.6 units

(40 mins X daily)

This subject introduces students to understanding the English language, by
sharing parables, poems, quizzes, theater performances, and dialogues which
will serve as a preparation for the years to come. Insya Allah
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Understand the English Language
CO2:
Able to speak the English Language
CO3:
Recognise/ Know the meaning of the English Vocabularies

Assessments
Daily Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Mock Test/Class Project
Final Exam

CO1



CO2



CO3



CO4

Total

References

Week

Lesson Outcomes
(STORY TIME 1)

Allah helps those who helps
themselves – The wise Merchant

10

Assessment Week

21
22-30

Distribution
10%
40%
10%
40%
100 %

10. Essential English grammar (LEARNERS PUBLISHING)
11. Top gear English (PELANGI)
12. Mudahnya Belajar Bahasa Inggeris (EXCELLENT IDEAS PUBLICATION)7

1-9

11-20

CO5

(STORY TIME 1)

Fun Land – Regional
Competition

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam/Quiz/project/
end year exam

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam/Quiz/project/
end year exam

2

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam/Quiz/Projects/
end year exam

3

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/ Quiz/
End Year exam

1

First Semester Imtihaan
(STORY TIME 2)

Sameer and the beggar – A
very Special night

31-40

(STORY TIME 2)

Salaatul Jum’ah – the Gold
Coins

41

Second Semester Imtihaan

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UULA
FIRST YEAR

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2
3
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5
6

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

7

Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

1-9

10

11-20

21

22-30

31-40

41

AS1112 Tajweed for Beginners
Semester 1/2 Year 2/6
3.3 credits
None
Lecture: 0.7 credits
Projects: 2.6 credits
This subject introduces students towards understanding the ruling and laws of the
Quran Shareef, so that students may learn how to recite the Quran Shareef in the
correct manner, in the way which it was revealed and recited by our Habib
Muhammad (SAW).
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Understand the laws, rulings and symbols in the Quran Shareef well.
CO2:
Carry out the rules learnt practically
Assessments
CO1
CO2
CO3 CO4 CO5 Distribution
Daily Assessments


10%
Mid-Term Exam


40%
Quiz /Class Project


10%
Final Exam


40%
Total
100 %
Fawaidul Makiyyah

Lesson Outcomes

Makhaarij notes

Importance of tajweed

Definition, purpose and benefits of tajweed

Major + minor errors

Rules of Isti’azah and Basmalah

The Arabic Alphabets

Makharij

The teeth

Sifaat ( Mutadhadah)
Assessment Week

Sifaat (Ghair Mutadhaddah)

Terms to know

Sifaatul Aridhah

The rules of Alif

The rules of Laam

The rules of Raa

The rules of Meem and Nun Mushaddad

The rules of Meem Sakin

The rules of Nun Sakin and Tanween
First Semester Exam

The rules of Madd

Maddul Asli

Maddul Fari-ee

Maddul Muttasil

Madd Munfasil

Maddul Aridh Waqfi

Madd Leen Aridh Waqfi

Madd Lazim

Leen – e – lazim
 The rules of waqf
 Waqf according to the last letter
 Waqf according to place
 Waqf according to condition of Qari (reciter)
 Saktah
 Miscellanea
Second Semester Exam

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

CO

1&
2

1&
2

1&
2

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Understan
ding

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam/Quiz/end
year exam

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam/Quiz/ end
year exam

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam/Quiz/end
year exam

Understan
ding

Understan
ding

Understan
ding

Lecture

Mid- Term
exam/ Quiz/
end year exam

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1

Subject Code and Name

2
3
4
5
6

Semester and Year Taught
Program Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching Methods

7

Course Synopsis

8

Course Outcomes

9

Assessment Methods

References

Week
1-9

AS1132 Hifz Al Qur’aan
Semester 3/12 Year 2/6
0.5 Credits
None
Lecture:
0.5 Credits
This subject introduces students to the Noble kalaam of Allah Talaa,
and it’s methods of memorization which have been carried on from
centuries.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Students would be able to remember some surah well
CO2:
Students would be able to read some surahs in their solah
Assessments
CO1 CO2 Distribution
Weekly Test


10%
Mid-Term Exam


45%
Final Exam


45%
Total
100 %
13. Al Qur’aan

Lesson Outcomes
Hifz Al-Quran (1st Term)

‫ سورة الـكافرون‬- ‫سورة الـناس‬

Revision

CO

1

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Memorization

Testing

Mid-Term Exam/Weekly Test

Memorization

Testing

Mid-Term Exam/Weekly Test

Final Exam/Weekly Test

10

Assessment week
Hifz Al-Quran

11-20


‫ سورة الـعصر‬- ‫سورة الـكوثر‬
Revision

21

22-30


1st Semester Imtihaan
Hifz Al-Quran (2nd Term)
‫ سورة الـزلزلة‬- ‫سورة الـتكاثر‬
Revision

1

Memorization

Testing

31-40


Hifz Al-Quran
‫ سورة الـقدر‬- ‫سورة الـبينة‬
Revision

1 and 2

Memorization

Testing

41

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Final Exam/Weekly Test

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

1
2
3
4
5
6

Course
Outcomes

7

Assessment
Methods

8

References

Week

AS1211 Zaadut Taalibeen
02 / 1 year
3.1 Credits
Ability to read and write Arabic
Lecture
This subject is to familiarize students with the ahaadeeth, the personality and
teaching of our beloved Nabi Muhammad Sallallaahu Alayhi wa Sallam.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Know the ahadeeth by memory
CO2:
Know the meaning of the comprehensive and eloquent words of Nabi
Sallallaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam
CO3:
Analyze the grammar rules in the ahadeeth
CO4:
Recognize the beauty and wisdoms of their deen better
CO5:
Apply these Ahaadeeth in their daily conduct and activities
Assessments
Daily Assessment
Mid-Term Exam
Monthly test
Final Exam
Total

CO1
/
/
/
/

CO2

CO3
/

/
/
/

CO4

CO5

/

/

/

/

Distribution
25 %
25 %
25 %
25 %
100 %

14. Provisions for the Traveller by Abdurrahmaan bin Yusuf
15. Mishkaat AlMasaabih by Muhammad ibn Abdullaah At-Tabrizi

Lesson Outcomes

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Understanding
& Memorizing

Lecture

1-5

1st Term
Exam

1-5

Understanding
& Memorizing

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

Understanding &
Memorizing

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

Understanding &
Memorizing

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

27.0
1-9

Miscellaneous Ahaadeeth Chapter One ( 1- 100 )

28.0
10

Assessment

29.0
11-20

Miscellaneous Ahaadeeth Chapter One( 101-263
)

30.0
21

1st Term Exams

31.0

22-30

Miscellaneous Ahaadeeth Chapter Two - Some
Unseen events which Nabi Sallallaahu Alayhi wa
Sallam prophesied.

32.0
Miscellaneous Ahaadeeth Chapter Three – Stories
and Events

31-40

33.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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2
3
4
5

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite

6

Teaching
Methods

7

Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

1-9
10
11-20
21

AS1222 A Hadith a Day
Semester 1/2 Year 2/6
0.5 credits
Tasheelul Ahaadeeth
Lecture:
0.5

This subject introduces students to the Ahaadeth of our Beloved Nabi
Muhammad (SAW)
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Understand the Ahaadeth well
CO2:
Know and memorise the Ahaadeeth

Assessments

CO1

CO2

Daily Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Mock Test/Class Project
Final Exam
Total



Hadith 1 – 25

CO4

CO5

Distributio
n
20%
40%
40%
100 %

CO

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/Assessment/ end
year exam

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/Assessment/ end
year exam

1&2

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/Assessment/ end
year exam

1&2

Understanding

Lecture

Mid Term Exam/ Assessment/ end
year exam

1&2

Intellect
Understanding

Assessment Week

Hadith 26 – 50

1&2

First Semester Exam

22-30

Hadith 51- 75

31-40

Hadith 76 - 100

41

CO3

16. Riyaadus solihin
17. Zaadu Tolibin

Lesson Outcomes
34.0 Hadith a Day

(30 mins/weekly)

Second Term Exam

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2
3
4
5

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite

6

Teaching
Methods

7

Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

References

Week
1-9
10

AS1320 Aqaaid –u-islam
Semester 3/12 Year 2/6

3.2 Credits
Tasheel-ul- aqaaid
Lecture:
3 Credit
Assignment:
0.2 Credit

(3 hours / week)
(20 minutes / week)

This subject introduces the teachings of the Correct beliefs in Islam. And mentioning proofs
from the verses of Al-Quran. It is important to learn regarding these discussion, such as,
Allah’s quality, Taqdeer, Day Of Qiyamah, The Sahabahs ,Jannah and Jahannam etc , As
it re-builds our iman.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
To have basic understanding of the following subjects :
The attributes of Allah, Angels, Messengers of Allah and his books, Day of Qiyamah,
Taqdeer and The Sahabahs
CO2:
To give a proof from the Quran and ahaadeth of the mentioned beliefs
CO1
CO2
Distribution
Assessments
Mid-Term Exam


40 %
Daily Test


10 %
Class Presentation

10 %

Final Exam


40 %
Total
100 %
18. MISHKAT
19. 99 NAMES OF ALLAH

Lesson Outcomes
35.0 Recognizing who Allah is.
Oneness of Allah.
Allah’s 99 qualities
Assessment Week

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1 and 2

Understanding
and Memorizing

Lecture

Daily Test /Class
Presentation

Understanding
and Memorizing

Lecture

Daily Test /Class
Presentation

36.0 The Fundamentals of Imaan
11-20

Belief in the Angels, Book and Divine
Scriptures, Messengers and Prophets, Day of
Qiyaamah and Taqdeer

21

1st Assessment Imtihan

1 and 2

37.0 The Unseen
Signs of Qiyaamah
Appearance of Dajjal andImaam Mahdi
Descension of Hazrat Isa
Appearance of Ya’ooj and Ma’jooj
The 3 Sinking
The rising of the sun from the west.
The Cool Wind
The Spreading of Fire

Life After Death
 The Scale
 The Haudh of Kauthar
 The bridge of Siraat
 A’raaf
 Shafa’ah
 Jannah
 Jahannam
38.0 Miscellaneous

The Sahabah
 Abu Bakr Radhi Allahu Anhu
 Umar Radhi Allahu Anhu
 Uthmaan Radhi Allahu Anhu
 Ali Radhi Allahu Anhu
 The Asharah-Mubasharah
 Miracles

22-30

31-40

41







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Understanding
and Memorizing

Lecture

Daily Test /Class
Presentation

1 and 2

Understanding
and Memorizing

Lecture

Daily Test /Class
Presentation

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

1
2
3
4
5
6

Course
Synopsis

7

Course
Outcomes

8

Assessment
Methods

9

References

Week

1-9

10

11-20

21

AS1412 Al-Mabadiul Fiqhiyyah
Semester 3/12 Year 2/6
3.2 credit
Safinah A.Najaa’
Lecture:

3.2 unit

This subject introduces the basic laws of Islam. It clarifies the rules, conditions
and issues pertaining to the daily life of a Muslims. and which all the Muslims
needs in all conditions, in worship and personal circumstances.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Translate Arabic text into English
CO2:
Know the basic laws of islam.
CO3:
improve the Arabic vocabularies
Assessments
CO1
CO2
CO3 Distribution
Monthly Assessments
10%



Mid-Term Exam
Mock Test/Class Project
Final Exam
Total
Taqrirah A.Sadidah
Fiqh A.manhaji.

-

-

-

Lesson Outcomes
Fiqh Part 1 (Page 1-15)
Definition of Islaam. The integrals of Islaam. The
obligatory acts of the ablution. The factors which
nullify the ablution. Zikr of the ablution. Duaa after
Azaan. The time of Salah. The integrals of Salah.
Duaa after salaah. Definition of zakat. Definition of
fasting. Definition of the two festivals. Definition of
hajj. Duaa after Azaan.
Assessment Week
Fiqh part 2 (page 1-28)
Laws of Islam. The purification. The impurities.
Istinja’. Incumbency of the ablution.
The ritual bath. Dry ablution. Salah. Friday prayer.
Congregation prayer. Salah for the traveler. Salah for
the deceased. Zakat. Zakat fitr. Fasting. To perform
hajj.

45%
45%
100 %

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1

Memorizing/
Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam

1,2
and 3

Memorizing/
Understanding

1st Semester Imtihaan
Fiqh part 3 (page 1-28)

22-30

Origins of Islam. Laws of Islam. The purification.
The impurities. The istinja’. The ablution. The ritual
bath. The dry ablution. Menstruation and post natal
bleeding. The integrals of Salah. The Sunnah acts of
Salah.

31-40

Those factors which nullify the Salah. The Sunnah
Salah. The congregation Salah.
The conditions for following an imam. Salah for the
traveler. Friday Salah. Ei’d Salah. Salah for the
deceased. Zakat. Zakat fitr. Fasting. Hajj and umrah.
The conditions of tawaf and saie

41

2nd Semester Imtihaan

1,2
and 3

Memorizing/
Understanding

Lecture

Memorizing/
Understanding

Lecture

Final Exam

Fiqh part 3 (page 29-57)

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

1,2
and 3

Final Exam

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

1
2
3
4
5
6

AS1522 Masnun Du'aa
02 / 1 year
0.5 Credits
None
Lecture
This subject is to teach students daily masnun du'aa and Adaab as a Mu'min
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Memorizing the daily masnun du'aas and practice it in daily life.
CO2:
Have better conduct as a Muslim

7

Course
Outcomes

8

Assessment
Methods

Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Final Exam
Total

References

Week


CO2
/
/

Distribution
50 %
50 %
100 %

Tasheel Akhlaaq wal Adaab by Jamiatul Ulama Transvaal
Sunnat

Lesson Outcomes
39.0 MORNING AND EVENING DU'AAS
Memorizing first half of Morning and evening
du'aas.

1-9

CO1
/
/

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

1&
2

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

1&
2

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

1&
2

40.0
10

Assessment

41.0 MORNING AND EVENING DU'AAS
Memorizing second half of Morning and
evening du'aas

11-20

1&
2

42.0
21
22-30

1st Term Exams
43.0 DUAAS IN THE LIFE OF MUSLIM
Memorizing Du'aa before wuduk until Du'aa
on wearing a new garment

44.0 DUAAS IN THE LIFE OF MUSLIM
Memorizing Du'aa when seeing another
muslim cheerful until Du'aa after weaking
up

31-40

45.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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1
2
3
4
5

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

6

Course Synopsis

7

Course
Outcomes

8

Assessment
Methods

AS1532 Method of studying
02 / 1 year
0.5 Credits
None
Lecture
This subject is to teach the students the correct etiquettes and method of
studying to avoid them from doing things that can cause them to lose the
barkah in their studies.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Recognize the status of the knowledge they are studying
CO2:
Have better conduct as a student
Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Final Exam
Total

References

Week

CO1
/
/

CO2
/
/

Distribution
50 %
50 %
100 %

Ta’leemul Muta’allim by Sheikh Burhaanul Islam AzZarnuji

Lesson Outcomes

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

1&
2

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

1&
2

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

46.0

1-9


Reality and Virtue of Knowledge and
Jurispudence
Intention while studying
Choosing the correct knowledge, teacher,
companion and the need for steadfastness

1&
2

47.0
10

Assessment

48.0

11-20


Honoring knowledge and the people of
knowledge
Effort, Punctuality and Zeal
The beginning of a lesson, its amount and
Sequence

1&
2

49.0
21

1st Term Exams

50.0
22-30





Trust
The time for seeking knowledge
Compassion and advice
Seeking benefit

51.0
31-40



Piety while studying
Factors which improve the memory
Factors which increase or decrease
sustenance

52.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

2
3
4
5
6
7

Course Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

AS1610 Tasheelut-Tareekh
Semester 3/12 Year 2/6

Credit 3.2
None
Lecture:
3 Credit
(3 hours / week)
Assignment:
0.2 Credit
(20 minutes / week)
History enables us to learn from the past. It gives us the opportunity to change pour present
circumstances and empowers us to plan for the future. It serves to strengthen our faith in the
mercy of Allah Ta’ala and as a reminder of how the wrath of Allah Ta’ala destroys sinners.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Know the basic stories of the previous prophets and Nabi Muhammad SAW.
CO2:
Narrate the stories of the previous prophets and Nabi Muhammad SAW.
CO3:
Recognize all the 25 prophets.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
CO3
Distribution
Daily Assessments



10%
Mid-Term Exam

40&
Mock Test/Class Project



10%
Final Exam

40%
Total
100 %
Stories of the Prophets for Children.
Jalaalain Shareef
Seerah of the Prophet Sallallahu Alaihi Wasalam

Lesson Outcomes
53.0 Book 1

1-9

Story of Adaam Alayhis Salam, Story of Yusuf Alayhis
Salam, Story of Nuh Alayhis Salam, Story of Ebrahim
Alayhis Salam, Nabi Muhammad SAW’s Childhood, Nabi
Muhammad SAW’s Character

10

Assessment Week

CO

1
and
2

Intellect
Understanding
and
Memorizing

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

Daily Test
/Class
Project

Lecture

Daily Test
/Class
Project

54.0 Book 2

11-20

21

Story of Musa Alayhis Salam, Story of Eesa Alayhis Salam,
Story of Ayyob Alayhis Salam, Story of Sulaiman Alayhis
Salam, Nabi Muhammad SAW’s Marriage or
Prophethood. Nabi Muhammad SAW’s Preaching, Nabi
Muhammad SAW’s Hijrah, Nabi Muhammad SAW’s Life in
Madeenah
1st Assessment Imtihan

1
and
2

Understanding
and
Memorizing

55.0 Book 3

22-30

31-40

41


Life of Nabi Muhammad SAW
Life In Makkah, Birth, Childhood, Youth, Building of the
Ka’bah, Young Adult, Mariiage, Search of Truth,
Prophethood, Preaching, Migration to Syria, Boycott,
Loss of Two Friends, Me’raj, Agreement of Aqabah,
Hijrat to Madeenah and Description Of Nabi Muhammad
SAW
56.0 Book 4

Life of Nabi Muhammad SAW
Arrival at Madeenah, Masjeedun Nabawi, Agreement of
the Jews, Munaafiq, War with the Non-Muslims of
Makkah, Battle of Uhud, Treaty with the Jews, Battle of
Ahzaab, Treaty of Hudaibiyah, Fail Of Khaibar, Conquest
Of Makkah, Battle of Hunayn, The March on Tabook,
The Farewell Hajj and The Demise of Nabi Muhammad
SAW
2nd Semester Imtihaan

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

1
and
2

Understanding
and
Memorizing

Lecture

3

Understanding
and
Memorizing

Lecture

Daily Test
/Class
Project

Daily Test
/Class
Project

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1
2
3
4
5
6
7

8

9

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis
Course
Outcomes

Assessment
Methods

References

AS1714 Qisasun Nabiyyeen(Part1-2)
Semester 1/2 Year 2/6

3.3 credits / 1 week
None
Lecture:
(0.7 hour X 1 week)
Assignments:
(0.7 hour X 1 week)
This subject introduces stories of the prophets (alayhimussalam) in Arabic
literatures enabling students to improve their basic Arabic vocabularies.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Translate Arabic text into English
CO2:
Check up words using the Arabic dictionary proficiently.
Assessments
Daily Test
Mid-Term Exam
Final Exam
Total
-

Lesson Outcomes

1-9

10

Assessment Week

21

22-30




41

Distribution
60 %
20 %
20 %
100 %

Translate Arabic texts.

Derive words from the Arabic
dictionary.

Course Outcome

Intellect

Delivery

1

Memorising

Lecture

Preparing/
Memorising

Lecture

1

Assessment
Class Test /
Mid-Term
Exam
Class Test /
Mid-Term
Exam

First Imtihan Semester

31-40

CO2


Qasas Nabiyeen

WEEK

11-20

CO1


Translate Arabic texts.
Derive words from the Arabic
dictionary.
Apply Etymology Differences
Translate Arabic texts.
Derive words from the Arabic
dictionary.
Apply Etymology Differences

Second Imtihan Semester

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

2

2

Preparing/
Memorising/
Analyzing

Lecture

Preparing/
Memorising/
Analyzing

Lecture

Class Test /
Final Exam

Class Test /
Final Exam

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods
References

WEEK

1-9

10

AS1715 At Tariqah Al Asriyya
Semester 3/12 Year 2/6

3.3 Credits
None
Lecture:

3.3 Credits

This subject introduces an easy method of learning the Arabic Language and it
teaches the students how to translate the Arabic language correctly and it
prepares the students to have a strong foundation of the Arabic language.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Translate basic Arabic text into English and English text into Arabic.
CO2:
It enables one to know the correct pronunciation of words and the rules of
writing the words.
CO3:
It enables one to have a clear distinction between masculine and
feminine words and to recognize few singular, dual, plural words.
Nevertheless many rules will automatically be understood by frequent use.
CO4:
It enables one to know the arrangement of verbs.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
CO3 CO4
Distribution
Daily Test




10%
Mid-Term Exam




45%
Final Exam




45%
Total
100 %
Nahw and Sarf

Lesson Outcomes
 Demonstrative, Detached, Attached, Possessive
Pronoun
 Rule of Imlaa’
 Conversation
 Preposition
 Singular, Dual, Plural
 Nouns and Adjectives
 Interrogative Particles
 Colors

Assessment week




Prepositions (Place)
Past Tense
Present/Future Tense
Prohibitive command
Letter











1st Semester Imtihaan
Numbers (1-10)
Numbers (11-100)
Dictation
Time
7 days of the week
12 months of the year
Family
Request Letter
Letter to the brother
Well-mannered student

31-40





Bravery of a child
Wisdoms and advices
Supplication
The rules of alif
Signs of writing – full stop, comma, colon, etc.

41

 2nd Semester Imtihaan

11-20

21

22-30

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

CO

1, 2,
3
and
4

1, 2,
3
and
4

1, 2,
3
and
4
1, 2,
3
and
4

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Understanding
Memorizing

Lecture

Daily
Test/MidTerm Exam

Understanding
Memorizing

Lecture

Daily
Test/MidTerm Exam

Understanding
Memorizing

Understanding
Memorizing
Evaluating

Lecture

Lecture

Daily
Test/Final
Exam

Daily
Test/Final
Exam

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Course
Outcomes

8

Assessment
Methods

9

References

AS1721 Al Qawaaid Al Arabiyah
Semester 1/2 Year 2/6

3.3 credits / 1 week
None
Lecture:
(0.7 hour X 5 days)
Assignments:
(0.7 hour X 5 days)
This course introduces the basic method of applying Arabic Grammar.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Apply the accurate Arabic Grammar in texts and reading.
CO2:
Translate any Arabic text and comprehend the basic meaning.

Assessments
Daily Test
Mid-Term Exam
Final Exam
Total
-

CO1


CO2


Distribution
60 %
20 %
20 %
100 %

Al Qawaaid Al Arabiyah

Week

Lesson Outcomes

1-9



10

Assesment Week

11-20



21

First Semester Imtihan

22-30


Halaat
Signs of Feminine words

31-40


Tables of Abwaab
Miscellaneous Rules on Abwaab

41

Second Semester Imtihan

Types of Complete Sentences
Types of Incomplete Sentences
Tables of Huroof

Types of Nouns
Types of Mafaa`il
Miscellaneous Rules on Huruf

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

Course
Outcome

1

Intellect

Understanding

Delivery

Lecture

Assessment
Class Test/
Mid-Term
Exam

Class Test/
Mid-Term
Exam

Understanding

Lecture

2

Analyzing

Lecture

Class Test/
Final Exam

2

Analyzing

Lecture

Class Test/
Final Exam

1

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1
2
3
4
5
6

7

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

AS1722 An Nahw Al Waadih
Semester 1-2/2 Year 2/6

1.4 credits / 1 week
None
Lecture:

0.7 hour x 2 days

This subject introduces basic concepts of the Arabic syntax such as tenses, subject
and predicate of a sentence, subject and object of a verb, verbal sentence,
nominal sentence, subjunctive/jussive/nominative case of the present tense and
adjectives. It is geared towards the starters of the Arabic language but not
completely from beginning. It is full of examples with poetry utilized to make one
remember the grammar rules more effectively.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Translate Arabic texts into English.
CO2:
Understand basic theories of Arabic syntax.
CO3:
Apply correct grammar rules when forming sentences.
CO4:
Understand the relation of a certain word to the sentence based on the
position or state of the last letter of the Arabic word.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
CO3 CO4 CO5 Distribution
Daily Assessments




10 %
Mid-Term Exam

Mock Test

Final Exam
Total

-

40 %
10 %
40 %
100 %

An Nawh Al Waadih

Lesson Outcomes

Course
Outcome

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Understanding
Memorizing

Lecture

Daily Assessment/
Assessment Exam

Lecture

Daily
Assessment/Mid
Term Exam

57.0

1


Al-Jumlah Al-Mufidah (The Complete
Sentence)
Parts of the Sentence
Classification of the Verb with regard
to its time period
(a) Past Tense
(b) Present Tense
(c) Imperative Tense

1,2

58.0

2




The Fa’il (Subject of a Verb)
The Maf’ul Bihi (Object of a Verb)
Comparison of the Subject and
Object of a Verb
The Mubtada’ and Khabar (Subject
and Predicate of a Sentence)

2,3

Understanding
Memorizing

59.0
3





Verb-Based Sentence
Noun-Based Sentence
Subjunctive Case of the Present Tense
Jussive Case of the Present Tense
Nominative Case of the Present Tense

2,3

Understanding
Memorizing
Analyzing

Lecture

Daily Assessment/
Monthly Test

60.0
4




KANA and Its Sisters
INNA and Its Sisters
Genitive Case of the Noun
Adjectives

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

3,4

Understanding
Memorizing
Analyzing
Evaluating

Lecture

Daily
Assessment/Final
Exam

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4
5

Subject Code and
Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite

6

Teaching Methods

7

Course Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

1
2
3

9

AS1732 Grammar Implication
Semester 1/2 Year 2/6
0.5 credits
Lecture:

0.5

This subject focuses on grammar application in reading Arabic text.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Apply syntax and morphology rules in their text reading.
CO2:
Translate and understand the arabic text given.

Assessments
Weekly Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Mock Test/Class Project
Final Exam
Total

Assessment
Methods

References

10

CO1

CO2

CO3

CO4

CO5

40%
100 %

Qasas Part 2 (Page 1-34)

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1&
2

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment / Mid-Term
Exam

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment /
Mid-Term Exam

Assessment Week

11-20

21

Qasas Part 2 (Page35-68)

1&
2

First Semester Exam

22-30

Qasas Part 3 (Page1-50)

1&
2

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment/
End year exam

31-40

Qasas Part 3 (Page51-100)

1&
2

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment/
End year exam

41

Distribution
20%
40%

20. Qasas Nabiyeen Part 2 & 3

Week
1-9

(30 mins/weekly)

Second Term Exam

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods
References

Week

1-9

10

11-20

21

22-30

31-40

41

AS1741 Sarf (Easy Etymology)
Semester 3/12 Year 2/6

3.3 credits
None
Lecture:

3.3 Credits

Sarf is the study of that branch of Arabic grammar which deals with the formation,
recognition and changing of words from one form to another. It also deals with the
correct sequence of the Arabic conjugation (gardaan).
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
It enables one to read and translate the Arabic words to English correctly.
CO2:
It enables one to recognize the formations of words.
CO3:
It enables one to apply and identify the forms of words.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
CO3
Distribution
Daily Test



10%
Mid-Term Exam



45%
Final Exam



45%
Total
100 %
Nahwa

Lesson Outcomes
Sarf (1st Term)
 Past perfect active positive verb
 Verb forms
 Past perfect negative active verb
 Past perfect positive passive verb
 Chapter on the positive active verb incorporating the
present and future tenses (imperfect)
 Present and future tense, positive, passive verb
 Negative present and future tense active and passive verb

Assessment week
Sarf (1st Term)
 Division of the verb into six groups
 Passive verb
 Usage of ‫ لن‬and ‫لم‬
 Imperative
 Prohibitive
 Positive emphatic form

1st Semester Imtihaan
Sarf (2nd Term)
 Active and passive participle
 Asyndetic Relative clause
 Superlative noun
 Comparative noun
 Adverb denoting time or place
 Tool or instrument
Sarf (2nd Term)
 Primary and derived forms
 The condensed conjugation of the six scales (three lettered
primary scales)
 The condensed conjugation of the fourteen scales (three
lettered derived scales)
 The condensed conjugation of the four lettered primary
and derived scales). A comprehensive diagram of the
division of verbs
 Three lettered verbs
 Words more than three letters
 Masdars
2nd Semester Imtihaan

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1, 2
an 3

Understanding
Memorizing

Lecture

Daily
Test/MidTerm Exam

1, 2
and
3

Understanding
Memorizing

Lecture

Daily
Test/MidTerm Exam

1, 2
an 3

Understanding
Memorizing

Lecture

Understanding

Lecture

1, 2
an 3

Memorizing

Daily
Test/Final
Exam

Daily
Test/Final
Exam

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1

2
3
4
5
6

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

7

Course Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

AS1752 Dictation and Arabic
Calligraphy
Semester 3/12 Year 2/6

0.3 Credit
None
Tutorial:

1-9
10

(30 minutes / week)

This subject introduces the method of writing Arabic Calligraphy. And as well
allows the student to practice method of dictating English handwriting in a
quick and correct manner.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Write the Arabic Calligraphy Alphabets. ( ‫ ا‬- ‫) ب‬
CO2:
Dictate English handwriting in a quick and correct manner.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
Distribution
Daily Assessments


20%
Mid-Term Exam


40%
Final Exam


40%
Total
100 %

References

Week

0.3 unit

Inspiration part 1

Lesson Outcomes
61.0 Arabic Calligraphy

Letter ) ‫( ا – خ‬

Dictation from ‘Inspiration’

CO

Intellect
Practicing

1 and 2

Delivery

Assessment

Demonstrate

Daily Assessments

Demonstrate

Daily Assessments

Assessment Week

62.0 Arabic Calligraphy
11-20


21

1st

Letter) ‫( د – ض‬
Dictation from ‘Inspiration’

1 and 2

Practicing

Assessment Imtihan

63.0 Arabic Calligraphy
22-30


Letter) ‫( ط – ك‬
Dictation from ‘Inspiration’

1 and 2

Practicing

Demonstrate

Daily Assessments

1 and 2

Practicing

Demonstrate

Daily Assessments

64.0 Arabic Calligraphy
Letter) ‫( ل – ي‬
Dictation from ‘Inspiration’

31-40


41

2nd Assessment Imtihan

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

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THANIYAH
SECOND YEAR

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

1
2
3
4
5
6

Course
Synopsis

7

Course
Outcomes

Assessment
Methods

8

References

Week

1-9

AS2113 Muqaddimah AlJazariyyah
04 / 2 years
3.1 Credits
Completion of Tajweed for Beginners
Lecture
This subject discusses the Tajweed rules that the students have learnt in the
previous year in more detail; Including the differences of opinions of the
different Qurraa’.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
read the Qur’aan with correct Tajweed.
CO2:
have a wider and deeper knowledge in Tajweed.
Assessments
Daily Assessment
Mid-Term Exam
Class Project
Final Exam
Total

CO2
/
/

/

/

CO3

Distribution
40 %
30 %
30 %
100 %

21. Al-Laali’un Naqiyyah by Moulana Saleem Gaibie

Lesson Outcomes
65.0 Introduction


CO1
/
/

Makhaarij
Sifaat
Definition

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1&
2

Understanding
&
Application

Lecture

1st Term Exam

1&
2

Understanding
&
Application

Lecture

1st Term Exam

1&
2

Understanding
&
Application

Lecture

1&
2

Understanding
&
Application

Lecture

66.0
10

Assessment

67.0 Chapter on some precautions
11-20





Chapter on Ra
Chapter on Laam
Chapter in Isti’laa, Itbaa, etc
Chapter on Idghaam
Chapter on the dhaad and Ta.

68.0
21

22-30

31-40

1st Term Exams
69.0 Chapter on Meem and Noon Mushaddad
and mim Saakinah

Noon Sakinah and Tanween

Madd and Qasr

Waqf and Ibtida’

Cut and joint compounds
70.0 Chapter on the Ta’s

Temporary Hamzah

Stopping on the last letter

Ha Taneeth being singular or plural

71.0
41

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and Name
Semester and
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Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

AS2133 Hifz Al Qur’aan
Semester 5/12 Year 3/6

0.5 Credits
None
Lecture:

0.5 Credits

This subject introduces students to the Noble kalaam of Allah Talaa, and it’s
methods of memorization which have been carried on from centuries.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Students would be able to remember some surah well
CO2:
Students would be able to read some surahs in their solah
Assessments
CO1
CO2
Distribution
Weekly Test


10%
Mid-Term Exam


45%
Final Exam


45%
Total
100 %
22. Al Qur’aan

Lesson Outcomes
Hifz Al-Quran (1st Term)

1-9


‫ سورة اللـيـل‬- ‫سورة الـعلق‬
Revision

10

Assessment week
Hifz Al-Quran

11-20


‫ سورة الفجر‬- ‫سورة الـشـمـس‬
Revision

21

22-30


1st Semester Imtihaan
Hifz Al-Quran (2nd term)
.‫ سورة األعـلى‬- ‫سورة الغاشـيـة‬
Revision

31-40


Hifz Al-Quran
‫ سورة البروج‬- ‫سورة الـطارق‬
Revision

41

2nd Semester Imtihaan

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CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1

Memorization

Testing

Mid-Term Exam/Weekly Test

Memorization

Testing

Mid-Term Exam/Weekly Test

1

Memorization

Testing

Final Exam/Weekly Test

1 and 2

Memorization

Testing

1

Final Exam/Weekly Test

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CourseCode
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite

6

Teaching
Methods

7

Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

References

Week
1-9
10
11-20
21

AS2140 Tarjuma Al-Quran
Semester 1/2 Year 3/6
1.9 credits
Lecture:
Projects:

0.7 credits
1.2 units

This subject introduces students to the basic methods on how to translate the
Noble Quran in a proper format and sentence constructures and to give
students the basic understanding of the ayats of the Quran Shareef via brief
explanations.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Translate the Ayats of the Quran in a proper sentence format.
CO2:
Understand the ayats of the Quran in brief/ simple understandings.
Assessments
CO1
Mid-Term Exam

Quiz
Presentation
Final Exam

Total
23. Translation of Quran-e-Rahman
24. Uthmani Translations
25. Jalalain Translations
26. Ma’riful Quran Translations

Lesson Outcomes

CO

Intellect

Juz 1 – 5

1&
2

Understanding

CO2

CO3

CO4

CO5


Distribution
50%

50%
100 %

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/assessments/ end year
exams

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/assessments/ end year
exams

Assessment Week

Juz 6 – 10

1&
2

First Semester Exam

22-30

Juz 11- 15

1&
2

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/assessments/ end year
exam

31-40

Juz 16 - 20

1&
2

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/ assessments/ end year
exams

41

Second Semester
Exam

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Subject Code
and Name
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Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

AS2212 Riyaadh As Solihin
Semester 5/12 Year 3/6

3.3 Credits
None
Lecture:

3.3 Credits

This subject introduces the ethics and nobility of character of a Muslim man
an origin in the Sunnah of the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam)
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
It enables one to know and learn the proper translation of the
Ahaadith and few Quranic ayaats pertaining to the chapter
CO2:
Translate Arabic text into English
Assessments
CO1
CO2
Distribution
Daily Test


10%
Mid-Term Exam


45%
Final Exam


45%
Total
100 %
27. RIyaadh As Solihin

Lesson Outcomes

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1
and
2

Understanding
Memorizing

Lecture

Daily Test/MidTerm Exam

Understanding
Memorizing

Lecture

Daily Test/MidTerm Exam

Riyaadh As Solihin

1-9
10


Assessment week
Riyaadh As Solihin

The advantage of being dutiful to the friends
of the parents, relatives, the wife, and all those
who deserve honoring.
The dream and what relates to it.

11-20

21

22-30

1st Semester Imtihaan
Riyaadh As Solihin

The advantage of salutation and the
command of circulating it.
The merit of remembrance of God and inciting
on it.


31-40

41

Sincerity and attending of intention in all
noted, hidden actions and sayings.
Prohibiting the ingratitude to parents and
severance of kinship.


Riyaadh As Solihin
What to say when one goes to sleep and
when he wakes.
Shedding light upon what Allah has prepared
for the believers in Paradise.
2nd Semester Imtihaan

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1
and
2

1
and
2

Understanding
Memorizing

Lecture

Daily Test/Final
Exam

Lecture

Daily Test/Final
Exam

Understanding

1 ad
2

Memorizing

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and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

Course
Outcomes

Assessment
Methods

References

Week
1-9

31-40
41

0.5 Credits
A Hadith a day
Lecture:
0.5 unit

(SAT/weekly)

This subject introduces students to the Noble Ahaadeeth of Nabi (SAW)
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Understand the Noble Ahaadeth of Nabi (SAW)
CO2:
Memorise the Ahaadeth well

Assessments
Daily Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Mock Test/Class Project
Final Exam
Total

CO1

CO2

CO3

CO4

CO5

Distribution
20%
40%
40%
100 %

28. Riyaadus solihin
29. Mishkaat masaabih
30. Zaadu tolibin

Hadith 1- hadith 10

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1&
2

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/assessments/end
year exam

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/assessments/end
year exam

1&
2

Undestanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/assessments/end
year exam

1&
2

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term exam/assessments/ end
year exam

Assessment Week

21
22-30

Semester 1/2 Year 3/6

Lesson Outcomes

10
11-20

AS2223 100 Ahaadeeth (Part 1)

Hadith 11-25

1&
2

First Semester Exam

Hadith 26 – 35

Hadith 36-49
Second Semester
Exam

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Subject Code
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Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

AS2330 Al Jawahir Al Kalamiyah
Semester 1-2/2 Year 3/6

1 credit / 1 week
(ULA 11) Aqaa’idul Islam
Lecture:

This subject discusses the 6 articles of Iman in a simple question and answer
form in order to facilitate easy learning/understanding for the students.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Translate Arabic texts into English.
CO2:
Understand basic and in depth concepts of Islamic creed.
CO3:
Appreciate Islam as the one and only true religion.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
CO3 CO4 CO5 Distribution
Daily Assessments



10 %
Mid-Term Exam

40 %

Mock Test

15 %

Final Exam
Total

35 %
100 %

References

Week

0.5 hour x 2 days

-

Al-Jawaher Al-Kalamiyyah

Lesson Outcomes

Course
Outcome

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1,2

Understanding

Lecture

Daily Assessment

2,3

Understanding

Lecture

Daily Assessment/Mid
Term Exam

2,3

Understanding

Lecture

3,4

Understanding
Memorizing

Lecture

72.0 CHAPTER 1 – CHAPTER 3
Beliefs regarding Allah
Ta’ala

Beliefs regarding The
Angels

Beliefs regarding the
Devine Books
73.0 CHAPTER 4 – CHAPTER 5

Beliefs regarding the
Messengers of Allah

Beliefs regarding the Last
Day
74.0 CHAPTER 6 –
MISCELLANEOUS ISSUES

Beliefs regarding the predestination (Qada’ and
Qadar)

Miscellaneous Issues
75.0 REVISION OF ALL CHAPTERS

1

2

3

4

REVISION

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Mock Test

Daily
Assessment/Final
Exam

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

6

Course
Synopsis

7

Course
Outcomes

AS2412 Al-Yaquutun Nafees
02 / 1 year
3.1 Credits
Completion of Al-Mabadi’ul Fiqhiyyah, Basic Arabic grammar.
Lecture
This subject introduces the basics of Fiqh Al-Syafie from the chapter of Purity
until Slavery. Including chapters of Transactions, Laws of marriage, and
Crimes and its liabilities. This kitaab only serves as a preparation for the more
detailed kitaabs which the students will study in the next two years of their
course.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Translate and understand the arabic terminologies in Fiqh
CO2:
Recognize the different Ahkaams of Fiqh
CO3:
Prepared for the more detailed fiqh kitaabs
Assessments

9

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

CO1

CO2

CO3

Daily Assessment

/

/

Distribution
50 %

Mid-Term Exam
Class Project
Final Exam
Total

/

/

25 %

/

/

/

25 %
100 %

31. Reliance of the Traveller by Nuh Ha Mim Keller
32. Al-Fiqhul Manhajy by Dr. Mustafa Al-Khin , Dr. Mustafa Al-Bugha & Ali
Ash-Sharbaji
33. At-Taqreeraatus Sadeedah by Habeeb Hasan Al-Kaaf

Lesson Outcomes

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1&2

Understanding
& Memorizing

Lecture
& Practical
Demonstration

1st Term
Exam

Understanding
& Memorizing

Lecture
& Practical
Demonstration

1st Term
Exam

Understanding &
Memorizing

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

Understanding &
Memorizing

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

76.0
1-9



Purification
Solat
Jenazah

77.0
10

Assessment

78.0
11-20




Zakaat
Fasting
Hajj and Umrah
Business and
Transactions

1&2

79.0
21

1st Term Exams

80.0

22-30


Marriage and
Divorce
Crimes and Its
liabilities
Jihaad

81.0

31-40

Hunting And
Slaughtering
Oaths and
Judgeship
Slavery

82.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

7

Course
Outcomes

8

Assessment
Methods

AS2523 Masnun Du'aa
02 / 1 year
0.5 Credits
None
Lecture
This subject is to teach students the du'aa from the quran(40 Rabbana) and
the collection of the protection du'aas (Manzil) and also Adaab as a Mu'min
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Memorizing the 40 Rabbanas du'aas and Manzil and practice it in
daily life.
CO2:
Have better conduct as a Muslim
Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Final Exam
Total

References

Week


CO2
/
/

Distribution
50 %
50 %
100 %

Tasheel Akhlaaq wal Adaab by Jamiatul Ulama Transvaal
Sunnat

Lesson Outcomes
83.0 40 RABBANAS DU'AAS
Memorizing first half of 40
Rabbanas du'aas.

1-9

CO1
/
/

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Memorizing & Practical
Application

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

Memorizing & Practical
Application

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

1&
2

Memorizing & Practical
Application

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

1&
2

Memorizing & Practical
Application

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

1&
2

84.0
10

Assessment

85.0 40 RABBANAS DU'AAS
Memorizing second half of 40
Rabbanas du'aas

11-20

1&
2

86.0
21

1st Term Exams
87.0 MANZIL

22-30

Memorizing first half of Manzil

88.0 MANZIL
Memorizing second half of
Manzil

31-40

89.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

7

Course
Outcomes

8

Assessment
Methods
References

Week

AS2533 Surah Noor
02 / 1 year
0.5 Credits
Qur’an Translation, Grammar
Lecture
Focusing on Hijaab and chastity, This subject is to teach females on how they
should conduct themselves as a Muslimah
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Recognize the Ahkaam and wisdoms of their deen better
CO2:
Have better conduct as a Muslim women
Assessments
CO1
CO2
Mid-Term Exam
/
/
Final Exam
/
/
Total

Maariful Qur’aan

Sofwatut Tafaaseer by Muhammad Ali As-Sobuniy

Lesson Outcomes

CO

Distribution
50 %
50 %
100 %

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

90.0
1-9



Zina and its Punishment
The incident of Ifk ( Hz.Ayesha being
slandered )
Good men are for Good Women
and Filthy men are for filthy women

1&
2

91.0
10

Assessment

92.0

11-20


5th Ruling of the Surah –Ettiquettes of
visiting
Lowering the Gaze
Categories of people from who there
is no Hijaab

1&
2

93.0
21

1st Term Exams

94.0
22-30




Nikaah
The Ayat of ‘Noor’ ( Light )
Ettiquettes in the Houses of Allaah
The ayaat on ‘Zulumaat’ ( Darkness )

1&
2

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

Miscellaneous ayaat on the Qudrat of
Allaah
Obedience to Allaah and his Rasool
Slaves and children seeking
permission to enter into private rooms
Old women who do not have to
observe Hijaab
Miscellaneous etiquettes

1&
2

Memorizing &
Practical Application

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

95.0

31-40




96.0
41

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CourseCode
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite

6

Teaching
Methods

7

Course Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

References

Semester

1-9

10

11-20

21
22-30

AS2620 Tasheel Tareekh
Semester 1/2 Year 3/6
2.1 credits
Tasheel Tareekh 1- (History Made Easy)
Lecture: 0.7 credits
Projects: 1 credit
Homework : 0.4 credits
This subject introduces students to the understanding of the Islamic History in
depth, and to make them acknowledge the amazing events and incidents of the
past, during the lives of our Beloved Nabi (SAW) and the lives of His Noble
Companions (RA) and to teach them the methods on how to live in the life styles
and the mannerisms of the successful individuals, of the past.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Acknowledge the events and incidents of the past with full
understandings
CO2:
Recognize the Names and Personalities of the amazing and excellent
individuals of the past.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
CO
CO
Mid-Term Exam


Quiz


Projects/Presentation


Final Exam


Total:
1) Fadail-e-Amaal by Maulana Zakariyya (RAH)
2) Biography of Hazrat Abu Bakr (RA)
3) Biography of Hazrat Umar (RA)
4) Biography of Hazrat Uthmaan (RA)
5) Biography of Hazrat Ali (RA)

Lesson Outcomes
(HAZRAT ABU BAKR RA)
 Lesson 1 – name and parentage of
Sayyidina Abu Bakr (RA) – Lesson 21
– Administration of Sayyidina Abu
Bakr (RA)
Assessment Week
 Appointments of Officers
 Officers of his Government
 Baitul maal and Revenue
 Army and it’s Administration
 Dawah of Islaam
 Department of Jurists
 Punishments
 Division of Arabian Peninsula
 Miscellaneous
(HAZRAT UMAR RA)
 Lesson 1 – Family and Lineage –
Sayyidina Umar’s period was the
golden age of the Islamic History
First Semester Exam
(HAZRAT UTHMAAN RA)
Lesson 1 – Sayyidina Uthmaan (RA) –
No use of force against civilians

31-40

(HAZRAT ALI RA)
Lesson 1- Sayyidina Ali bin Abi Talib –
Da’wah of Islaam

41

Second Semester Exam

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CO

Distribution
40%
10%
10%
40%
100 %

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1

Understandi
ng

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/Quiz/ end
year exam

1&2

Understandi
ng

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/Quiz/ end
year exam

1&2

Understandi
ng

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/Quiz/ end
year exam

1& 2

Understandi
ng

lecture

Mid- Term Exam/ Quiz/
End year exam

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

AS2716 Qisasun Nabiyyeen
Semester 5/4 Year 3/6
1.8 unit
None
Lecture:

2 units

Course
Synopsis

This subject introduces the concise stories of the prophets )‫ (عليهم السالم‬in
Arabic literature to make easy for the students to learn and improve their
Arabic vocabularies.

Course
Outcomes

By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Translate Arabic text into English
CO2:
Know the tahqeeqat of every vocabs
CO3:
improve the Arabic vocabularies.

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

Assessments
Daily Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Mock Test/Class Project
Final Exam
Total

10
11-20
21
22-30

Lesson Outcomes
Translate Arabic text
into English and
search the origin of
the word and its
plural.
Assessment Week

Translate Arabic text
into English and search
the origin of the word
and its plural.
1st Semester Imtihaan

Translate Arabic text
into English and search
the origin of the word
and its plural.

31-40

41

CO2

CO3

Distribution
50 %
50 %
100 %

34. Stories of the Ambiya’ for children.

Course
Outcomes

1-9

CO1

Translate Arabic text
into English and search
the origin of the word
and its plural.

2nd Semester Imtihaan

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1

2

2

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Understanding/Memorizing/
preparing

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam

Understanding/Memorizing/
preparing

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam

Understanding/Memorizing/
preparing

Understanding/Memorizing/
preparing

Lecture

Lecture

Final Exam

Final Exam

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

1
2
3
4
5
6

Course
Synopsis

7

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

AS2723 Nahw Wadih
Semester 2/2 Year 3/6

3.3 credits / 1 week
Al- Qawaid Al- Arabiyah
Lecture:
(0.7 hour X 1 week)
Assignments:
(0.7 hour X 1 week)
This subject introduces basic concepts of the Arabic syntax such as tenses,
subject and predicate of a sentence, subject and object of a verb, verbal
sentence, nominal sentence, subjunctive/jussive/nominative case of the
present tense and adjectives. Filled with examples and poetries utilized to
make one remember the grammar rules more effectively, it is geared towards
the starters of the Arabic language.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Translate Arabic texts into English.
CO2:
Understand basic theories of Arabic syntax.
CO3:
Apply correct grammar rules when forming sentences.
CO4:
Understand the relation of a certain word to the sentence based on
the position or state of the last letter of the Arabic word.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
CO3 CO4
Distribution
Daily Test




60 %
Mid-Term Exam




20 %
Final Exam




20 %
Total
100 %

References

Semester

Words after which are a hidden `An`
Halaat of Mabni words
Halaat of Mu`rab words



10

Assessment Week

21

22-30

31-40

41

Nahw Wadih

Lesson Outcomes

1-9

11 - 20

-




Dhamaa`ir
I`raab
Mafaa`il
Types of Muta`addi

Course
Outcome

1

Intellect

Understanding

1

Understanding

2

Analyzing

2

Analyzing

Delivery

Lecture

Lecture

Assessment
Class Test/
Mid-Term
Exam

Class Test/
Mid-Term
Exam

First Semester Imtihan



Words which are Mu`tal
Words which are Saheeh
Extra Letters
Original Letters




Ghair Munsarif
Tameez
Istithna`
Miscellaneous Huroof

Second Semester Imtihan

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

Lecture
Class Test/
Final Exam

Lecture

Class Test/
Final Exam

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Subject Code
and Name

1

Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite

2
3
4
5
6

Teaching
Methods

7

Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

Semester 1/2 ,2/2 Year 1/6

3.3 credits
None
Lecture:
Assignments:

By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Apply the accurate Arabic Grammar in texts and reading.
CO2:
Translate any Arabic text and comprehend the true meaning.
Assessments
Daily Test
Mid-Term Exam
Final Exam
Total

References

Semester

10

Assessment Week




CO1


The Definite and Common Nouns
The Declinable Noun
The Indeclinable Noun
Further Discussion on the Noun
The Governing Particles

Course Outcome

1

Distribution
60 %
20 %
20 %
100 %

Intellect

Understanding

1

Understanding

Understanding

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam

First Semester Imtihan

22 - 30




Marfoo`at
Mansoobat
Majroorat
Majzoomat

2

31 - 40


The Causative Agents
The Non Causative Particles

2

41

CO2


Tawdeehun Nahw

The Words
The Complete Sentences
The Verbal Sentences
The Nominal Sentences
The Incomplete Sentences

1-9

21

-

Lesson Outcomes




11-20

(0.7 hour X 3 days)
(0.7 hour X 3days)

This course introduces the in depth application of Arabic Grammar.

Assessment
Methods

9

AS2724 Tawdeehun Nahw (Aabic
Grammar)

Second Semester Imtihan

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

Lecture

Understanding

Final Exam

Lecture

Final Exam

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1
2
3
4
5

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite

6

Teaching
Methods

7

Course
Synopsis

8

9

AS2733 Grammar Implication
Semester 1/2 Year 2/6
0.5 credits
Lecture:

By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Apply syntax and morphology rules in their text reading.
CO2:
Translate and understand the arabic text given.

Assessment
Methods

References

Assessments
Weekly Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Mock Test/Class Project
Final Exam
Total

11-20
21

CO1

CO2

CO3

CO4

CO5

Distribution
20%
40%
40%
100 %

35. Ta`lim Muta`allim

Week

10

(30 mins/weekly)

This subject focuses on grammar application in reading Arabic text.

Course
Outcomes

1-9

0.5

Page 1 - 20

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1&2

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment / Mid-Term Exam

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment /
Mid-Term Exam

Assessment Week

Page 21- 40

1&2

First Semester Exam

22-30

Page 41- 60

1&2

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment/
End year exam

31-40

Page 61- 80

1&2

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment/
End year exam

41

Second Term Exam

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1
2
3
4
5

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite

6

Teaching
Methods

7

Course Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

1-9

10

AS2742 Ilmus-Sarf
Semester 5/12 Year 3/6

3.2 Credits
Easy Etymology
Lecture:
3 Credit
Assignment:
0.2 Credit

(3 hours / week)
(20 minutes / week)

This subject introduces the way of dealing with the formation,recognition,
and changing of words from one form to another.It also deals with
thecorrect sequenceof the Arabic conjugation.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Form Arabic words in the correct manner.
CO2:
Translate Arabic words accordingly.
CO3:
Place the correct I’raab in its correct place.
CO4:
Recognize the changes of the word and its reasons.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
Distribution
Mid-Term Exam




40%
Daily Test




10%
Class Presentation




10%
Final Exam




40%
Total
100 %
Translation of Ilmus-Sarf (Typed out copy)

Lesson Outcomes
97.0 The Definition of Different
Types of Word

7 types of Words

Rules of Hamzated Word

Rules of First Weak Radical

Rules of Middle Weak Radical

Rules of Last Weak Radical

Tables of Middle Weak
Radical
Assessment Week

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1

Understanding
and Memorizing

Lecture

Daily Test/Class
Presentation

Lecture

Daily Test/Class
Presentation

98.0 Tables

11-20

21

Tables of Last Weak Radical( ‫ا و‬
‫)ي‬

2
and
4

Understanding,
Analyzing
and Memorizing

1st Assessment Imtihan

99.0 Tables
22-30


Tables of Lafeef (Doubly
Weak)
Tables of Mudha’af (Doubled)

2
and
4

Understanding,
Analyzing and
Memorizing

Lecture

3

Understanding
and Memorizing

Lecture

Daily Test/Class
Presentation

100.0

31-40

41










Scales
Names of Scales
Derivative Noun
Derived Noun
The Known(Fa’il) Noun
The Unknown (Maf’ool) Noun
Ismu Tafeel
Ismu Alaah
Ismu Zarf
Sifat-Mushabbahah
Speciality of Scales

2nd Week Imtihaan

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

Daily Test/Class
Presentation

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1
2
3
4
5
6

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

7

Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

1-9

Tutorial:

0.3 Credit

(30 minutes/week)

This subject introduces the method of writing Arabic Calligraphy. And as well
allows the student to practice method of dictating Arabic handwriting in a
quick and correct manner.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Write the Arabic Calligraphy in sentence forms.
CO2:
Dictate Arabic handwriting in a quick and correct manner.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
Distribution
Daily Assessments


10%
Mid-Term Exam


40%
Mock Test/Class Project


10%
Final Exam


40%
Total
100 %
Fadhail-A’maal

Arabic Sentences from Mufeed-utTaalibin
Dictation From Fadhail-A’maal

102.0
11-20

CO

1 and
2

Intellect
Practicing

Delivery

Assessment

Demonstrate

Daily
Assessments

Demonstrate

Daily
Assessments

Arabic Calligraphy

Arabic Sentences from Mufeed-utTaalibin
Dictation From Fadhail-A’maal

1 and
2

Practicing

1st Assessment Imtihan

103.0

22-30


31-40

Arabic Calligraphy

Arabic Sentences from Mufeed-utTaalibin
Dictation From Fadhail-A’maal

104.0

41

0.3 Credit
None

Assessment Week

21

Semester 3/12 Year 3/6

Lesson Outcomes
101.0 Arabic Calligraphy


10

AS2753 Imla’ and Arabic Calligraphy

1 and
2

Practicing

Demonstrate

Daily
Assessments

1 and
2

Practicing

Demonstrate

Daily
Assessments

Arabic Calligraphy

Arabic Sentences from Mufeed-utTaalibin
Dictation From Fadhail-A’maal

2nd Assessment Imtihan

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THAALITHAH
THIRD YEAR

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1
2
3
4
5
6
7

8

9

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis
Course
Outcomes

Assessment
Methods

References

Week
1-9

TAS3134 Hifz Al Qur’aan
Semester 7/12 Year 4/6

0.5 Credits
None
Lecture:

This subject introduces students to the Noble kalaam of Allah Talaa, and it’s
methods of memorization which have been carried on from centuries.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Students would be able to remember some surah well
CO2:
Students would be able to read some surahs in their solah
Assessments
Weekly Test
Mid-Term Exam
Final Exam
Total

CO1


CO2


Distribution
10%
45%
45%
100 %

36. Al Qur’aan

Lesson Outcomes
Hifz Al-Quran (1st Term)

‫ سورة االنفطار‬- ‫سورة االنشقاق‬

Revision

Assessment week
Hifz Al-Quran


‫ سورة عبس‬- ‫سورة التكوير‬
Revision

1st Semester Imtihaan
Hifz Al-Quran (2nd Term)

22-30


‫سورة الـنازعات‬
Revision

31-40


Hifz Al-Quran
‫سورة الـنبإ‬
Revision

2nd Semester Imtihaan

11-20

0.5 Credits

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Memorization

Testing

Mid-Term Exam/Weekly Test

Memorization

Testing

Mid-Term Exam/Weekly Test

1

Memorization

Testing

Final Exam/Weekly Test

1 an 2

Memorization

Testing

1

1

Final Exam/Weekly Test

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1
2
3
4
5

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

6

Course
Synopsis

7

Course
Outcomes

8

9

02 / 1 year
3.1 Credits
Taudheehun Nahwa, Ilmus-Sarf, & Qur’aan Translation
Lecture
This subject is a brief tafseer on the Qur’aan, focusing on the meaning of the
words individually, grammar rules, brief explanations on rulings, different
qira’at and causes of revelations of certain aayaat which the words cannot
be understood without them.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Understand the meaning and indications of the Qur’aan better
CO2:
Translate the Qur’aan more precisely
CO3:
Recognize the wisdoms and beauty of their deen in more indepth
CO4:
Conduct themselves better as a Muslim
CO5:
Be a guide to other people
Assessments
Weekly Assessment
Mid-Term Exam
Class Project
Final Exam
Total

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

AS3151 Tafseerul Jalaalayn Juz 1-10

CO1
/
/

CO2
/
/

/

/

CO3

CO4

CO5

/

/

/

Distribution
50 %
20 %
10 %
20 %
100 %

37. Tafseer Ibn Katheer
38. Ma’riful Qur’aan

Lesson Outcomes

CO

Intellect

1-5

Understanding,
Recognizing,
& Memorization

Delivery

Assessment

105.0
1-9

‫سورة البقرة‬

Lecture

1st Term Exam

106.0
10

Assessment

107.0
11-20


‫سورة آل عمران‬
‫سورة النسآء‬

1-5

Understanding,
Recognizing,
& Memorization

Lecture

1st Term Exam

1-5

Understanding,
Recognizing, & Memorizing

Lecture

2nd Term Exam

1-5

Understanding,
Recognizing, & Memorizing

Lecture

2nd Term Exam

108.0
21

1st Term Exams

109.0
22-30


‫سورة المائدة‬
‫سورة االنعام‬

110.0
31-40


‫سورة االعراف‬
‫سورة االنفال‬
‫سورة التوبة‬

111.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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1
2
3
4
5

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite

6

Teaching
Methods

7

Course Synopsis

8

9

11-20

21

22-30

31-40

41

This subject introduces the deeper interpretations of the Qur`anic Ayaats.

Assessments
Class Test
Mid-Term Exam
Final Exam
Total

References

10

3.3 credits / 1 week
None

By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1: Translate Qur`an text into English.
CO2: Comprehend it`s deeper meaning which are explained by the author.
CO3: Apply tarkeeb of the Qur`anic verses.

Assessment
Methods

1-9

Semester 1/2 , 2/2 Year 4/6

Lecture

Course
Outcomes

Week

AS3152 Jalaalayn Shareef (Juz 11- 20 ) (Quraan Translation)

-

CO2


CO3


Distribution
20 %
40 %
40 %
100 %

Ma`riful Quraan

Lesson Outcomes
Juz 11- Juz 13



CO1


CO

‫سورة يونس‬
‫سورة هود‬
‫سورة يوسف‬

1

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Translating/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Test/
Mid-Term Exam

Translating/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Test/
Mid-Term Exam

Assesment Week
Juz 13- Juz 15






‫سورة الرعد‬
‫سورة إبراهيم‬
‫سورة الحجر‬
‫سورة النحل‬
‫سورة اإلسراء‬
‫سورة الكهف‬

1

First Semester Imtihan




Juz16 - Juz 17

‫سورة مريم‬
‫سورة طه‬
‫سورة األنبياء‬
‫سورة الحج‬
 ‫سورة المؤمنون‬





2

Translating/
Understanding

2

Translating/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Test/
Final Exam

Juz18 - Juz 20

‫سورة النور‬
‫سورة الفرقان‬
‫سورة الشعراء‬
‫سورة النمل‬
‫سورة القصص‬
‫سورة العنكبوت‬

Second Semester Imtihan

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Lecture

Class Test/
Final Exam

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

1
2
3
4
5
6

7

Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

Semester 7/12 Year 4/6

3.1 Credits
Tarjumatul-Quran
Lecture:
3.1 Credits

Assessments
Daily Preparation
Mid-Term Exam
Final Exam
Total

References

Week
1-9

10

Assessment Week

113.0

21

CO1


CO2


CO3


Distribution
20%
40%
40%
100 %

Translation of Jalaalain Shareef.
Translation of Quran Shareef.

Lesson Outcomes
112.0 Translating Surahs
‫سورة الروم‬
‫سورة االحزاب‬
‫سورة لقمان‬
‫سورة السباء‬
‫سورة السجدة‬

11-20

(3 hours 10 minutes / week)

This subject introduces the basic understanding of the meaning of the Quran Shareef. By
learning this, one should be able to translate the Quran in its correct manner and
understand the actual meaning behind each verse. And as well, be apple to apply
I’raab in few types of reading, Qiraat.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Translate the Quran Shareef in the correct manner.
CO2:
Have the basic understanding behind the meaning of Quran Shareef.
CO3:
Apply the correct I’raab in the text.

Assessment
Methods

9

AS3153 Jalaalain

Translating Surahs
‫سورة الصافات‬
‫سورة غافر‬
‫سورة ص‬
‫سورة فصلت‬
‫سورة الزمر‬
‫سورة الشورئ‬

CO
‫سورة الفاطر‬
‫سورة يس‬

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Understanding

Lecture

Daily Preparation

Understanding

Lecture

Daily Preparation

Understanding

Lecture

Understanding

Lecture

1

‫سورة الزخرف‬
‫سورة الدخان‬
‫سورة الجاثية‬

1-3

1st Assessment Imtihan

114.0
22-30

31-40

41

Translating Surahs
‫سورة االحقاف‬
‫سورة الذاريات‬
‫القتال‬
‫سورة الـطور‬
‫سورة الفتح‬
‫سورة الـنحـم‬
‫الحجرات‬
‫سورة الـقمـر‬
‫سورة ق‬
‫سورة الـرحـمـن‬
115.0 Translating Surahs
‫سورة الـمـمـتـحنة‬
‫سورة الـنازعات‬
‫سورة الـصّـف‬
‫سورة عبس‬
‫سورة الـجـمـعـة‬
‫سورة التكوير‬
‫سورة الـمنافقون‬
‫سورة االنفطار‬
‫سورة الـتغابن‬
‫سورة المطـفـفين‬
‫سورة الـطالق‬
‫سورة االنشقاق‬
‫سورة الـتحريم‬
‫سورة البروج‬
‫سورة الـملك‬
‫سورة الـطارق‬
‫سورة الـقـلـم‬
‫سورة األعـلى‬
‫سورة الـحاقّـة‬
‫سورة الغاشـيـة‬
‫سورة الـمعارج‬
‫سورة الفجر‬
‫سورة نوح‬
‫سورة الـبلد‬
‫سورة الجن‬
‫سورة الـشـمـس‬
ّ
‫الـمـزمّـل‬
‫سورة‬
‫سورة اللـيـل‬
‫سورة الـمّـدّثّـر‬
‫سورة الضـحى‬
‫سورة الـقـيامـة‬
‫سورة الـشرح‬
‫سورة اإلنسان‬
‫سورة الـتين‬
‫سورة الـمرسالت‬
‫سورة الـعلق‬
‫سورة الـنبإ‬
‫سورة الـقدر‬
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‫سورة الواقيـة‬
‫سورة الحـديد‬
‫سورة الـمجادلـة‬
‫سورة الـحـشـر‬

‫سورة الـبينة‬
‫سورة الـزلزلة‬
‫سورة الـعاديات‬
‫سورة الـقارعـة‬
‫سورة الـتكاثر‬
‫سورة الـعصر‬
‫سورة الـهمزة‬
‫سورة الـفيل‬
‫سورة قريش‬
‫سورة المـاعون‬
‫سورة الـكوثر‬
‫سورة الـكافرون‬
‫سورة الـنصر‬
‫سورة الـمسد‬
‫سورة اإلخالص‬
‫سورة الـفلق‬
‫سورة الـناس‬

1-3

Daily Preparation

Daily Preparation
1-3

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Course Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

AS3213 Riyadus saliheen (Hadeeth)

7

Course Synopsis

This subject introduces you to the primary source of hadeeth.

8

Course
Outcomes

1
2
3
4
5
6

9

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

1-9

10

11-20

21

22-30

31-40

41

Semester 1/2 , 2/2 Year 4/6

3.3 Credits
NONE
Lecture

By the end of the semester the student should know:
CO1: How to read and translate the arabic text into English.
CO2: And understand the ruling of islaam.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
Oral assessment


First assessment


Second assessment


Final exams


Total
1.Daleelul fariheen

Lesson Outcomes
Importance of having ikhlaas and niyaat in a'maal.
Importance of tuaba.
Types of sabar.
Benefits of speaking the truth.
What is true piety?
Ways of doing good actions.
Assisting in doing good.
Refraining from doing innovation in deen.
Importance of fulfilling amaanat.
Refraining from oppression.
Respecting the rights of a Muslim.
assessment week
Looking after the orphans and the weak.
Rights of a man on a woman.
Respecting the ulama and the elders.
Signs of Allah's love on his servants'.
Fearing Allah.
Importance of zuhd.
Warning concerning causing harm on the pious.
Having good character.
Honoring a guest.
Importance of starting everything with the right
side.
First semester imtihaan
Importance of wearing white clothes.
Etiquettes of majlis.
Importance of salaam.
Importance of visiting the sick.
Making dua for the deceased.
Impermissibility regarding a lady travelling alone
without a reason.
Benefits of fasting on the day of ashurah and
arafaat.
Benefits of wudhu.
Important of performing 2 rakat before fajr.
Importance of tahajjud.
Importance of taraweeh.
Benefits of freeing a slave.
Importance of sending durood on nabi (saw).
Criticism of having two faces.
What Allah has prepared for his servant in jannah
Second Semester imtihaan

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CO

Intellect

1

Translating/understanding

1

Translating/
understanding

Distribution
25%
25%
20%
30%
100%

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

Assessment/
Mid-term
Exams

Lecture

Final Exams
2

2

Translating/
understanding

Translating/
understanding

Lecture

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1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

References

Week
1-9

23-40
41

0.5 credits
100 Ahaadeeth (Part 1)
Lecture:

0.5

This subject introduces students to the Noble Ahaadeth of Nabi Muhammad
(SAW), and teaches them to understand it and it’s explanations.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Understand the Ahaadeeth well
CO2:
Memorise the Ahaadeeth
Assessments
CO1
CO2
CO3 CO4 CO5 Distribution
Daily Assessments


20%
Mid-Term Exam


40%
Mock Test/Class Project
Final Exam


40%
Total
100 %
39. Mishkaat Masaabih
40. Riyaadus solihin

Hadith 50 – hadith 60

CO

Intellect
Understanding

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/end year exam

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/end year exam

1&2

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam/end year exam

1&2

understanding

lecture

1&2

Assessment Week

21
22

Semester 1/2 Year 4/6

Lesson Outcomes

10
11-20

AS3224 100 Ahaadeth (Part 2)

Hadith 61 – 75

1&2

First Semester Exam

Hadith 76 – 90

91 – 100
Extras hadiths

Second Semester Exam

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Course Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit

5

Prerequisite

None

6

Teaching
Methods

LECTURE

7

Course Synopsis

THIS SUBJECT INTRODUCES THE CORRECT AQEEDAH WHICH IS ACCORDANCE
TO AHLUS SUNNAH WAL JAMAAH.

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

1
2
3

Week

References




1-9

11-20

21

22-30

41

3.3 Credits

BY THE END OF THE SEMESTER A STUDENT SHOULD BE ABLE TO KNOW:
CO1: The Importance of having the correct aqeeda (belief) with proofs.
CO2: Be able to differentiate the different sect which have wrong beliefs.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
Distribution
ASSESSMENT


25%
MID TERM


25%
SECOND SEMISTER ASSESSMENT


30%
FINAL EXAM


20%
Total
100%
1.Sharhu aqeedatutahawi

Which things are compulsory for an
intelligent adult to know in deen?
The names and qualities of Allah.
Discussion concerning quraan.
Proving that believers will see Allah
ta'ala on the day of qiyaamah.
Importance of imaan concerning
taqdeer.
The creator of actions of a human
being.

ASSESSMENT WEEK

Proofs regarding guidance and
deviation.

Everything happens with the will of
Allah.

What is the ruling regarding children
who pass away while they are young.

Proof regarding sustenance and life
span.
FIRST SEMESTER IMTIHAAN

Importance of imaan.

What is the ruling regarding those who
indulge in grave sins?

Discussion regarding intercession.

Importance of holding firm to the
sunnah

31-40

Semester 1/2 , 2/2 Year 4/6

Lesson Outcomes

10

AS3340 I'TIQAAD (AQEEDA BELIEFS)



Proving the prophet hood of nabi
(saw)
Respecting the sahabah.
Beliefs in the khulafe rashideen
Beliefs in the punishment of the grave.

SECOND SEMESTER IMTIHAAN

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

Course
outcome

1

1

Intellect

Translating
/understanding

Translating /
understanding

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

Assessment/
Mid- term
Exam

Lecture

Assessment/
Final Exam
2

Translating /
understanding

Lecture

Lecture
2

Translating
/understanding

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2
3
4
5

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

6

Course
Synopsis

7

Course
Outcomes

8

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

AS3420 Alkhulaasah fi Usoolil Fiqh
01 / 1 year
3.1 Credits
Completion of Al-Yaquutun Nafis & Arabic Grammar
Lecture
This subject is a basic introduction on the methods of how the Rulings of
Shariah are derived from the evidents according to the Mazhab of Imam
Shafie.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
have a basic understanding of how the Ahkaam of Shareeah are
derived from the Qur’aan, Hadeeth, Ijma’, Qiyas, and other proofs.
Assessments
CO1
First Assessment
Mid-Term Exam
/
Class Project
/
Final Exam
Total
Al –Wajeez fi Usoolit – Tashriee by Dr.Hasan Hitu

Lesson Outcomes

CO

Intellect

1

Understanding
&
Memorization

Distribution
50 %
50 %
100 %

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

1.0
1-9


Introduction to Usool Fiqh
Chapter One – The discussions on how
utterances are categorized and understood

2.0
10

Assessment

3.0

11-20






Chapter Two – Discussions connected to the
Qur’aan
Chapter Three – Discussions on the Hadeeth
Chapter Four – Ijmaa’
Chapter Five – Qiyaas ( Anology )
Chapter Six – The proofs in which there are
differences of opinions
Chapter Seven – How to give preference to
one proof over another
Chapter Eight – Ijtihaad and Taqleed

4.0
21

1st Term Exams

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Understanding
&
Memorization

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2
3
4
5
6

7

8

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis
Course
Outcomes

AS3431 Taqrirat Sadidah
02 / 1 years
3.1 Credits
Completion of Al-Yaquut Nafis
Lecture
Research
This subject introduces the basis of Fiqh Al-Syafie with the various Furu’ of
Masaail which includes the chapter of Taharah until Hajj.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
They will be able to know the Furu’ of Syafie Mazhab
CO2:
They will have the ability to know the different opinions of an issue
CO3:
They will be able to know some Scholars of Syafie Mazhab

Assessment
Methods

Assessments
First Assessment
Mid-Term Exam
Class Project
Final Exam
Total

References

Majmu’ Syarah Muhazzab. By Imam Nawawi
Mugni Muthaj Syarah Minhaj. By Imam Khatib Al-Sribani
Tuhfatul Muthaj Syarah Minhaj. By Imam Ibn Hajar Al-Haitami
Nihayahtul Muthaj Syarah Minhaj. By Imam Ramli

Week

1-9

10
11-20

Lesson Outcomes
5.0 Muqadimmah – Chapter on Tayammum

Basic Concepts of Fiqh Syafie

Introduces students with the terminology
of Fuqaha

Comparative between various opinions
of Mutakhirin in Mazhab on chapter
Taharah

Week ten, First assessment
6.0 Assessment
7.0 Chapter on Haid – Chapter on Jumaah


21

22-30

31-40

Chapter on Haid
Chapter on Solah
Chapter on Jumaah

1st Term Exams
8.0 Chapter on Solat Musafir – Chapter on
Zakat

Chapter on Solah Musafir

Chapter on drought Solah

Chapter on funderal

Chapter on Zakat
9.0 Chapter on Fasting – Chapter on
pligremate ( Hajj)
Chapter on Fasting
Chapter on pligremate ( Hajj )

10.0
41

CO1
/
/
/
/

2nd Term Exams

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CO2
/
/
/
/

CO

CO3
/
/
/
/

Intellect

Distribution
20%
30%
15%
35%
100 %

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

First Term Exam

1.2.3
Understanding

1.2.

Understanding

Lecture

First Term Exam

1.2

Understanding

Lecture

Second Term
Exam

1.2

Understanding

Lecture

Second Term
Exam

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2
3
4
5

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

6

Course
Synopsis

7

Course
Outcomes

8

Assessment
Methods

References

Week
1-9

AS3433 Fiqhul Manhaj 1
02 / 1 years
3.1 Credits
Completion of Al-Yaquut Nafis
Lecture
Research
This subject introduces the basis of Fiqh Al-Syafie via evident of Al-Quran ,
Hadith, Ijma’ and analogical reasoning (Qiyas) which incudes the chapter
of Taharah until Hajj
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
They will be able to know the Dalil of the Furu’ of Syafie Mazhab
CO2:
They have the ability to know the link/connection between the
daleel and the furu’
CO3:
They will be able to apply their Usul Fiqh in this Subject
Assessments
First Assessment
Mid-Term Exam
Class test
Final Exam
Total
41.
42.
43.
44.

CO1
/
/
/
/

CO2
/
/
/
/

CO3
/
/
/
/

Distribution
20%
30%
15%
35%
100 %

Majmu’ Syarah Muhazzab. By Imam Nawawi
Mu’tamad fi Fiqh Imam Syafie. By Dr Ahmad Zuhaily
Fathul Bary Syarah Sohih Al-Bukhary. By Ibn Hajar al-asqalani
Syarah Muslim. By Imam Nawawi

Lesson Outcomes
11.0 Fiqh Manhaji Part 1

Introductions of Fiqh

Complete chapter on Taharah

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1.2.3

Understanding

Lecture

First Assessment

1.2.3

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam

1.2.3

Analyzing

Lecture

second
Assessment

1.2.3

Evaluating

Lecture

Final Exam

12.0
10

Assessment

13.0 Fiqh Manhaji Part 1
11-20


Chapter on Solah
Complete chapter on Solah

14.0
21

1st Term Exams

15.0 Fiqh Manhaji Part 1
22-30


Start chapter on Zakat
Complete chapter on Fasting

16.0 Fiqh Manhaji Part 1

31-40

Start from the chapter of pilgrimage
( Hajj )
Complete the book InsyaAllah

17.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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2
3
4
5
6

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

7

Course
Outcomes

8

Assessment
Methods

AS3524 Masnun Du'aa
02 / 1 year
0.5 Credits
None
Lecture
This subject is to teach students the daily du'aa, 99 names of Allah, solawat,
daily du'aa, miscellaneous du'aas and also Adaab as a Mu'min
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Memorizing the 40 Rabbanas du'aas and Manzil and practice it in
daily life.
CO2:
Have better conduct as a Muslim
Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Final Exam
Total

References

Week


CO2
/
/

Distribution
50 %
50 %
100 %

Tasheel Akhlaaq wal Adaab by Jamiatul Ulama Transvaal
Sunnat

Lesson Outcomes
18.0 99 NAMES OF ALLAH AND SOLAWATS
Memorizing 99 names of Allah and
solawats

1-9

CO1
/
/

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1&
2

Memorizing &
Practical
Application

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

1&
2

Memorizing &
Practical
Application

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

1&
2

Memorizing &
Practical
Application

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

1&
2

Memorizing &
Practical
Application

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

19.0
10

Assessment

20.0 99 NAMES OF ALLAH AND SOLAWATS
Memorizing and understanding the
meaning and the tafseer of 99 names of
Allah and solawats

11-20

21.0
21

1st Term Exams
22.0 DAILY DU'AAS
DU'AAS

AND

MISCELLANEOUS

Memorizing first half of daily du'aas and
miscellanous du'aas

22-30

23.0 DAILY DU'AAS AND MISCELLANEOUS
DU'AAS

Memorizing second half of daily du'aas
and miscellanous du'aas

31-40

24.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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2
3
4
5

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

6

Course
Synopsis

7

Course
Outcomes

8

Assessment
Methods
References

Week

AS3534 Adaabul Muaasharaat
02 / 1 year
0.5 Credits
Basic Akhlaaq kitaabs
Lecture
This subject is to teach the importance of Social Conduct. That a Muslim
should behave in such a way that does not cause any inconvenience,
difficulty or stress to other people.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Recognize the Ahkaam and wisdoms of their deen better
CO2:
Have better conduct as a Muslim
Assessments
CO1
CO2
Mid-Term Exam
/
/
Final Exam
/
/
Total

Aadaabul Muaasharaat by Moulana Ashraf Ali Thanwi

Lesson Outcomes

CO

Distribution
50 %
50 %
100 %

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Memorizing & Practical
Application

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

Memorizing & Practical
Application

Lecture

1st Term
Exam

25.0

1-9

Importance of correct Islamic
social conduct
Adaab of Salaam

1&
2

26.0
10

Assessment

27.0
11-20



Adaab of Musafahah
Adaab of Majlis
Adaab of Speech

1&
2

28.0
21

1st Term Exams

29.0
22-30



Aadab of listening to a talk
Aadaab of Meeting one another
Aadaab of the Guest

1&
2

Memorizing & Practical
Application

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

Aadaab of the Host
Aadaab of Khidmat ( serving
other people)
Aadaab of giving gifts

1&
2

Memorizing & Practical
Application

Lecture

2nd Term
Exam

30.0
31-40



31.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite

1
2
3
4
5
6

Teaching
Methods

7

Course
Synopsis

0.5 credits
Lecture:

References

10

11-20

31-40

41

CO1

CO2

CO3

CO4

CO5

Distribution
20%
40%
40%
100 %

45. Qasas Nabiyeen Part 5

Qasas Part 5 (Page 1 30)

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1&
2

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment / Mid-Term
Exam

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment /
Mid-Term Exam

Assessment Week

21
22-30

(30 mins/weekly)

Assessments
Weekly Assessments
Mid-Term Exam
Mock Test/Class Project
Final Exam
Total

Week
1-9

0.5

By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Apply syntax and morphology rules in their text reading.
CO2:
Translate and understand the arabic text given.

Assessment
Methods

9

Semester 1/2 Year 2/6

This subject focuses on grammar application in reading Arabic text.

Course
Outcomes

8

AS3734 Grammar Implication

Qasas Part 5 (Page 3160)

1&
2

First Semester Exam

Qasas Part 5 (Page 6190)

1&
2

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment/
End year exam

Qasas Part 5 (Page 91120)

1&
2

Application/
Understanding

Lecture

Class Assessment/
End year exam

Second Term Exam

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2
3
4
5
6
7

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods
References

Week

1-9
10

AS3754 Dictation and Imla’
Semester 7/4 Year 4/6

0.3 Credit
None
Tutorial:

0.3 Credit

This subject introduces the method of dictating Arabic as well as English
handwriting in a quick and correct manner.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Dictate Arabic handwriting in a quick and correct manner.
CO2:
Dictate English handwriting in a quick and correct manner.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
Distribution
Daily Assessments


20%
Mid-Term Exam


40%
Final Exam


40%
Total
100 %
Shamaail-Tirmizi

Lesson Outcomes
32.0 Dictation

(30 minutes/week)

Features of Rasulullah Sallallahu Alaihi
Wasallam

CO

1 and
2

Intellect
Practicing

Delivery

Assessment

Demonstrate

Daily
Assessments

Demonstrate

Daily
Assessments

Assessment Week

33.0 Dictation
11-20
21

Noble Qualities of Rasulullah
Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam

1 and
2

Practicing

1st Assessment Imtihan

34.0 Dictation
22-30

Dressing of Rasulullah Sallallahu Alaihi
Wa Sallam

1 and
2

Practicing

Demonstrate

Daily
Assessments

1 and
2

Practicing

Demonstrate

Daily
Assessments

35.0 Dictation
31-40

41

Other Qualities of Rasulullah Sallallahu
Alaihi Wa Sallam

2nd Semester Imtihaan

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RABIAH
FOURTH YEAR

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5
6

7

8

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

Course
Outcomes

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

1-9

AS4151 Tafsir Ibn Kathir
4/4 years 2/2
3.1 Credits
Completion of Tafsir Jalalain
Lecture
Research
This subject introduces the ability to understand the stories of all the Prophets
AS in light of Al-Quran and Tafsir.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
know the stories of the All Prophets ( as) in light of Quranic verses
CO2:
Students will be able to know the different views of Mufassirin on a
verse as well as the different stories
CO3:
Students will be able to understand The Naqli evident and preferred
views in regard of the evident
Assessments
First Assessment
Mid-Term Exam
Class Project
Final Exam

46.
47.
48.
49.

CO1
/
/
/
/

CO2
/
/
/
/

CO3
/
/
/
/

Distribution
20%
30%
15%
35%
100 %

Tafsir Al –Tabriy. By Muhammad Ibn Jarir Al-Tabriy
Ruhul Maa’niy. By Imam Alusiy
Tafsir Munir. By Dr, Wahbah Zuhaily
Tafsir Ibn Kathir. By Imam Ibn Kathir

Lesson Outcomes
36.0 Tafsir Ibn Khathir- stories of Prophets

Prophet Adam as.

Prophet Idris as

Prophet Nuh as

Prophet Hud as

CO

Intellect

Understanding

1.2.3

Delivery

Lecture

Assessment

First assessment

37.0
10

Assessment

38.0 Tafsir Ibn Khathir- stories of Prophets
11-20





Prophet Salleh as
Prophet Ibrahim as
Prophet Lut as
Prophet Ismail as
Prophet Ishaq as

1.2.3

Understanding

Lecture

1.2.3

Understanding

Lecture

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam

39.0
21

1st Term Exams

40.0 Tafsir Ibn Khathir- stories of Prophets
22-30

31-40

Prophet Yusuf as
Prophet Ayyub as
Prophet Shuib as
Prophet Musa as
41.0 Tafsir Ibn Khathir- stories of Prophets

Prophet Yahya as

Prophet Zakariah as

Prophet Isa as



42.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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Second Assessment

Final Exam

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Course Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite

1
2
3
4
5

AS4161 Attibyan fi Uloomil Quraan
Semester 1/2 , 2/2 Year 5/6

3.3
NONE

6

Teaching
Methods

Lecture

7

Course
Synopsis

This subject introduces sciences concerning the origin of quraan.

8

Course
Outcomes

Assessment
Methods

9

References

Week

1-9

10

11-20

21

22-30

Lesson Outcomes









41

Introduction to uloomul quraan.
Definition of quraan.
Importance of quraan.
Misconception's regarding quraan.
Causes for the revelation of quraan.

Assessment week

Wisdoms behind the revelation of quraan
slowly.

Reasons for compiling the quraan.

Ways of preserving the quraan.

Objections regarding the compilation and
its answers.

Difference between Aboo Bakr
(ra)compilation and hazrat uthmaan (ra)
compilation
First semester imtihaan

31-40

By the end of the semester the student should be able to know:
CO1: how the quraan was revealed.
CO2: how many branches are in the field of uloomul quraan
Assessments
CO1
CO2
Assessment


Mid -term exams


Second assessment


Final term exams


Total
1. Al itqaan fi uloomil quraan




Definition of tafseer.
Miracles of the quraan.
Examples of the miracles.
Tafseer through riwayah or dhiraya.
Opinions of ulama regarding tafseer bir
riwayah.
Names of the famous books of tafseer.
Discussion regarding translating the quraan.
Revelation of the quraan to the 7 modes of
revelation.
Brief biography of qiraat
What is saba'ah qiraat?
Who was the first one to write on qiraat?
How did qiraat saba’ah spread?

Second semester imtihaan

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Course
outcome

1

1

Intellect

Translating /
understanding

Translating/
understanding

Distribution
25%
25%
20%
30%
100%

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

Assessment
Mid-term
exams

Lecture

Mid-Term
Exam

2

Translating/
understanding

Lecture

Final Exam
2

Translating/
understanding

Lecture

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5
6
7

Course Code and
Name
Semester and Year
Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching Methods
Course Synopsis

8

Course Outcomes

9

Assessment Methods

1
2
3

References

Week

1-9

10

11-20

21

22-30

31-40

41

AS4214 Mishkaatul Masaabeeh
Semester 9/12 , 10/12 Year 5/6

3.3 Credits
A completion of riyadus saliheen
Lecture
This subject introduces the collective books of ahadeeth and the hadeeth itself
By the end of the semester they should know:
CO1: how to read the arabic text and be able to translate.
CO2: To understand the terminologies of the muhaditheen.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
Distribution
First assessment


25%
Mid -term exams


25%
Second assessment


20%
Final exams


30%
Total
100%
1.mirqatul mafateeh

Lesson Outcomes
Importance of imaan. Categories of imaan.
Knowing the greater sins n the signs of hypocrisy.
The effect of the whisperings of shytaan.
Having imaan in taqdeer.
Proving how people are punished in the grave.
Importance of holding firm on the quraan and Sunnah.
Importance of attaining knowledge.
Importance of taharah in deen.
Groups of taharah.
Assessment week
Explain things which will make wudhu obligatory.
Etiquettes of entering the toilet.
Benefits of using miswaak. The sunnats of wudhu.
What to do when taking ghusal.
Which water is permissible to use in ghusal.
Making tayammum in the absence of water.
What should a lady who is in istihadha do?
Benefits of salaah and azaan. Importance of performing salaah in the
masjid. Difference between performing salaah in the house of Allah and
in masjidun nabawi (saw).
First semester imtihaan
Qualities of salaah.
Importance of sending durood to nabi (saw).
Importance of adhkaar after salaah.
Which actions are not permissible during salaah?
What to do when you are experiencing a defect in salaah.
Importance of straitening the sufoof (rows).
Importance of qunoot.
Importance of remembering death.
How do you treat a dead body?
The difference of opinion regarding desiring death.
The definition and purpose of giving zakaat.
Knowing the estimation of zakaat.
Ruling regarding the sighting of the moon of ramadhaan.
Views regarding lailatul qadr.
Benefits of the quraan.
Importance of dua. Knowing the names of Allah.
Importance of istighfaar.
Rules regarding hajj.
Which things are needed for a person performing pilgrimage to abstain?
How to do business according to Islamic law.
The different types of business.
Second Semester imtihaan

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CO

Intellect

Translating/
understanding

1

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

Assessment

Lecture

Mid- term
Exams

Translating/
understanding

1

Lecture
2

Translating/
understanding
Assessment/
Final Term
Exam

Lecture

2

Translating/
understanding

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Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods
Course
Synopsis

Course
Outcomes

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

1-9

AS4231Manhajun Naqd fi Ulum Hadeeth
02 / 1 years
3.1 Credits
Completion of Khulasah Fie Usul Fie
Lecture
Research
This subject introduces a much deeper understanding of the Sciences of
Ahadeeth and ability to distinguish between authentic and weak Ahadeeth.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
They will be able to point out authentic or weak Ahadeeth
CO2:
They will be able to refer the Ahadeeth to the original sources.
CO3:
They will have some ability to look up on the narrator of the Ahadeeth

Assessments
First Assessment
Mid-Term Exam
Class Project
Final Exam
Total
50.
51.
52.
53.

CO1
/
/
/
/

CO3
/
/
/
/

Distribution
20%
30%
20%
30%
100 %

Tadrib Al-Rawie Syarah Taqrib Al-Nawawi. By Imam Suyuti
Haydus Sarie Muqadimmah Fathul Bari.By Imam hafiz ibn Hajar
Fathul Mughis .By Imam Shakhawi
Muqadimmah Ibn Sollah. By Ibn Sollah

Lesson Outcomes
43.0 Fundamental of Sciences of Ahadeeth

CO2
/
/
/
/

introduction to Ulumul Hadeeth
The stages of History of the development
of Hadeeth and Ulumul Hadeeth

CO

Intellect
Understanding

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

First
Assessment

Understanding

Lecture

First Term Exam

Understanding

Lecture

Second
Assessment

Understanding

Lecture

1.2.3

44.0
10

Assessment

45.0 The Sciences of the Narrator of

11-20



Tranmission
Sciences of the condition of the Narrator
Sciences of the name and history of
narrator
Sciences of the transmission of Ahadeeth

1.2.3

46.0
21

1st Term Exams

47.0 The Sciences of accepting the Ahadeeth
The various types of accepted Ahadeeth
The various types of rejected Ahadeeth
Sciences of the form of Ahadeeth
Sciences of chain of Ahadeeth
48.0 Objection and respond to Orientalist

22-30




31-40

Documentation of Ahadeeth

49.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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1,2,3

Second Term
Exam

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AS4441 Fiqhul manhaj 2

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Course Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Program
Level/Category
Unit

5

Prerequisite

Taqreerus sadeeda

6

Teaching
Methods

Lecture

7

Course
Synopsis

This subject introduce the method of how the fuqaha comes out with rulings e.g.
nikaah and how they deal and explain it.

8

Course
Outcomes

9

Assessment
Methods

1
2
3

References
Week

1-9

10

11-20

21

22-30

31-40

41

Semester 1/2 , 2/2 year 5/6

3.3 credits

By the end if the semester ,student should be able to:
CO1: read arabic and understand the text of the book and the terminology of
the fuqaha.
CO2: Knowing their masaail well.
CO3: They should be able to apply the principles of fiqh.
Assessments
CO1
CO2
CO3
Distribution
Oral assessment



10%
Mid- term assessment



40%
Second assessment



10%
Final assessment



40%
Total
100%
1.Majmoo'

Lesson Outcomes
Legislation of nikaah in islaam.
The importance of nikaah.
The rulings of nikaah.
The importance of a family in islaam.
Knowing who is legitimate for one to
marry.

What are the necessities of nikaah?

Important pillar of nikaah for its
validation.
Assessment week




What are the rulings of mehr (dowry).
The harms of charging a large sum
for mehr.

Types of mehr

Marriage and its liabilities.
First semester imtihaan

Rulings regarding on how to treat cowives.

Defects which can lead to the
nullification of nikaah.

Rulings regarding divorce and the
types of divorce.

Actions which resembles divorce.

Rulings regarding a lady who is
spending iddat.

Course
outcome

Intellect

1

Translating/
understanding



Division of responsibility in a family.

Custody law.

Rules pertaining to breast feeding.

Rules regarding lineage.

Waqf and its conditions.
Second semester imtihaan

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Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

Assessment/
Mid-term
Exam

Lecture
1

Translating/
understanding

2

Translating/
understanding

2

Translating/
understanding

Final Exams
Lecture

Lecture

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2
3
4
5

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

6

Course
Synopsis

7

Course
Outcomes

8

Assessment
Methods

1-9

10
11-20

02 / 1 years
3.1 Credits
Completion of Al-Yaquut Nafis
Lecture
Research
This subject introduces, the basis of Fiqh Al-Syafie via evident of Al-Quran ,
Hadith, Ijma’ and analogical reasoning (Qias), in the Muamalat (
Commercial Law) section.
By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
They will be able to know Dalil of the Furu’ of Commercial Law on
Syafie Mazhab
CO2:
They have the ability to know the link/connection between the
daleel and the furu’ in the Commercial Law
CO3: They will be able to know the transactions which are Shariah
Compliant
Assessments
First Assessment
Mid-Term Exam
Class test
Final Exam
Total
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.

References

Week

AS4451 Fiqhul Manhaj 3

CO2
/
/
/
/

CO3
/
/
/
/

Distribution
20%
30%
15%
35%
100 %

Majmu’ Syarah Muhazzab. By Imam Nawawi
Mu’tamad fi Fiqh Imam Syafie. By Dr Ahmad Zuhaily
Fathul Bary Syarah Sohih Al-Bukhary. By Ibn Hajar al-asqalani
Syarah Muslim. By Imam Nawawi
Mugni, Tuhfah, Nihayah Syarah Minhaj.

Lesson Outcomes
50.0 Commercial Laws

Chapter on Bai’

Chapter on Advance sale

Chapter on Riba ( Usury)

Chapter on Contarc of Sarf

Chapter on Loan

Chapter on gift
51.0 Assessment
52.0 Commercial Laws

Chapter on less

Chapter on Ju’alah

Chapter on Sulh

Chapter on Hawalah

Chapter on Shuf’ah

21

CO1
/
/
/
/

CO

1.2

Intellect

Understanding

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

First Assessment

First Term
Exam

1.2

Understanding

Lecture

1.2

Analyzing

Lecture

Analyzing

Lecture

1st Term Exams

53.0 Commercial Laws
22-30

31-40

Chapter on Musaaqat
Chapter on Muzaraa’at
Chapter on ‘Ariaah
Chapter on Share
Chapter on Mortgage
54.0 Commercial Laws

Chapter on Kafalah

Chapter on Wakalah

Chapter on Ikrah

Chapter on Ghasab




55.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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Second Assessment

Second Term Exam

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2
3
4
5

Subject Code
and Name
Semester and
Year Taught
Unit
Prerequisite
Teaching
Methods

AS4640 Islamic History Part 1
02 / 1 years
3.1 Credits
Qisas Nabiyyien Part 5, and Tasheelut Tarikh
Lecture
Research
This subject introduces the importance of knowing our correct history so that

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we will be able to point into the twisted versions of history and not easily fall

Course
Synopsis

into the trap of other deviated groups. And to take lessons from the previous
incidents which happened in our history.

7

8

By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1:
Know the Islamic History from the time of Prophet SAW until the
Mongol Empire
CO2:
Differentiate between valid and invalid history

Course
Outcomes

Assessment
Methods

References

Week

1-9

Assessments
First Assessment
Mid-Term Exam
Class Project
Final Exam
Total
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.

CO1
/
/
/
/

CO2
/
/
/
/

CO3

Distribution
15%
30%
25&
30%
100 %

Tarikh Al –Tabriy. By Muhammad Ibn Jarir Al-Tabriy
Bidayah wan Nihayah. By Ibn Kathir
Tarikh Islamie. By Mahmud Syakir
Hukbatul minal Tarikh. By Sheikh Uthman Al-Khamis
Khulafa Al-rasidun Bainal Istikhlaf wal Istishad. By Dr Abdul Soleh Al-Khalidi

Lesson Outcomes
56.0 Fundamental of Islamic History

To be firm with our History

To know the date and important Islamic
figures

Will be able to point the correct Islamic
history

Start with the Seraah Of Prophet
Muhammad Pbuh

Complete Chapter on the Khilafah of Abu
Bakr RadhiAllaahu Anhu

CO

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

Lecture

First Assessment

1.2
Understanding

57.0
10

Assessment

58.0 Islamic History
11-20




Khilafah of Sayyidina Umar Rh
Khilafah of Sayyidina Uthman Rh
Khilafah of Sayyidina Ali Rh
Complete Ummayah Dynasty

1.2

Understanding

Lecture

Mid-Term Exam

Analyzing

Lecture

Second
Assessment

Evaluating

Lecture

59.0
21

1st Term Exams

60.0 Islamic History
22-30


Abbasid Empire Part one
Abbasid Empire Part two

1.2

61.0 Islamic History

31-40

The empire of Al-Basiaah
Complete the book of Islamic history

62.0
41

2nd Term Exams

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2nd Term Exam

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