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Part-time online Arabic course at foundational, intermediate and advanced levels. For foundational/intermediate level students, college offers a two-year course in Arabic Language & Islamic Studies covering Arabic language, Hadith, Fiqh and general Islamic Studies. For Advanced students, college offers a 8 month course in introducingʿIlm al-balāgha – Classical Arabic Rhetoric.
Part-time online Islamic Studies at foundational, intermediate and advanced levels. Foundational level (Level-1) introduces beginners to the foundations of Islamic belief systems and practice. Intermediate level (Level-2) covers Qurʾānic hermeneutics, ḥadīth methodological sciences, and principles of Islamic jurisprudence. Advanced level (Level-3) covers ḥadīth literature, major ḥādīth collections, Islamic theological schools, manṭiq (logic) and Islamic philosophical traditions and History of Sufism and Introduction to Classical Spirituality Texts
Introduces one to the important and fascinating disciplines of Qurʾānic hermeneutics, Qurʾānic studies, exegesis and textual analysis. It includes practical exercises in the analysis of selected sūrahs (chapters) from the Qurʾān.
Introduces one to the important and fascinating field of ḥadīth methodological principles, ḥadīth criticism (the evaluation and authentication of ḥadīth) and to the field of ḥadīth literature. It includes detailed discussions on the major ḥādīth collections within the Sunnī tradition.
Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh) and principles of Islamic jurisprudence (uṣūl al-fiqh), their origins, development and historical context, key classical texts, as well as their reception and recontextualisation in modern societies.
One of the most intellectually demanding subjects in Islamic education. The complexity of these subjects is multiplied by the fact that throughout the Islamic history there have been many different schools of theology at odds with each other.
Explores the universal message and the particularities of the major prophets mentioned in the Qur’an. The prophets are chosen by God and are guided to accomplish the most important mission one could imagine. And also covers selected set of Female Islamic scholars biography.
Introduction to Cambridge Islamic College by Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi
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