ISLAMIC STUDIES

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Master of Shariah

To introduce the main themes and topics in the study of Shari‘ah from a bird's eye view, making use of both traditional and modern perspectives while including western scholarship. Important topics covered and offered in this program include history and origins, sources and literature, methodologies and scope, institutions and popular movements, impact of society and politics, as well as modern development. At the end of the course, students are expected to explain and apply the knowledge and skills acquired in studies of the Shari‘ah at the advanced stage.This programme is designed in the following two modes:

  •  Coursework and Research
  •  Research

Students may also choose to undertake research in the one of the following areas of specialization:

  • Fiqh and Usul Fiqh
  • Shariah Law and Comparative Law
  • Islamic Economy and Comparative Economy
  • Islamic Management and Islamic Finance
  • Siasah Syar’iyyah and Islamic Governance


Benefits

The programme offers its students a chance to explore the many facets of the Islamic Shariah by fusing it with a broad spectrum of other subjects such as Law, Economics, Management, Politics and even Astronomy.

Realizing the significance of education in Islam, the Academy of Islamic Studies has continuously aspired to produce graduates that are highly intelligent, equipping them with the knowledge to not only better themselves, but to further improve the Islamic society.

Career Opportunity

Shariah Advisor

Religious Officer

Educators

Muslim scholar

Management/Administrator

Islamic Finance Officer

Islamic Banking Officer

Executive

Course Structure

This programme is designed in the following two modes:

· Coursework and Research (Mixed mode)

· Research only

Fresh graduates are highly recommended to select programs with coursework and research. In choosing a coursework programme, the candidate will gain depth of knowledge and be trained in the chosen field of study. A research programme offers the opportunity to hone their skills in both research and academic writing. Candidates are required to complete their studies in 8 semesters maximum.

For Full Research programme:

Candidates are required to attend and pass Research Methodology course within the first two semesters of candidature and all the graduation requirements before being conferred the Degree

For Mixed mode programme:

Candidates are required to complete the compulsory coursework prepared by the Faculty, and any electives chosen by the candidate. At the end of the period of study, a dissertation must be submitted. Upon successful defense of the dissertation, the candidate will be awarded a Master degree.

Faculty Core Subjects

Methodology Of Shariah Studies

Advanced Research Methodology

Department of Fiqh and Usul

Objectives Of Shariah

Syafie Madhhab and Disagreements of Fiqh in Malaysia

Contemporary Islamic Jurisprudence

Department of Shariah and Law

Contemporary Islamic Law

Criminal Law in Muslim Countries

Issue on Islamic Family Law

Department of Shariah and Economics

Advanced Islamic Economic Studies

Contemporary Issues in Islamic Economic Transaction

Advanced Comparative Development Economy

Department of Shariah and Management

Advanced Islamic Financial System

Islamic Entrepreneurship Development

Advanced Islamic Management System

Department of Siasah Syar’iyyah

Advanced Siasah Syar‘iyyah

Comparative Administration Management

Effective Governance in Islam

Language Requirement

Before registering, international candidates who are writing their dissertation in English are required to obtain at least a band 6.0 for IELTS or a score of 550 for the paper based total, a score of 213 for computer-based total or a score of 80 for internet-based total for TOEFL if their first degree was not obtained from a university that uses English Language as the medium of instruction, or a pass in any English Language Proficiency Programme (ELP) approved by the University.

Entry Requirement

A good bachelor’s degree in Shariah with a minimum CGPA 3.0 or second class honours from recognized universities. Bachelor in general Islamic Studies or other certificates with Islamic majors can be considered as equivalent to Shariah bachelor degree, or other qualifications approved by the Senate from time to time

Intake Schedule

September 2014

Fees

Kindly refer at Fees Structure

Last Update: August 15, 2017

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