Programs and Syllabus

Programs and Syllabus

DEPARTMENT OF ISLAMIC STUDIES (DIS)

The Department of Islamic Studies (DIS) is one of the significant departments in the school of Arts and Humanities at Manarat International University. Among all other departments, the DIS was an approved department by UGC at the beginning of MIU’s journey in 2001. It provides an excellent opportunity for the students to study Islamic knowledge with modern facilities. It gives quality education and moral values to create educated and moral human being who can work at national and international level. We have highly qualified and skilled faculty members having foreign degree and training.

Based on the Qur’ān and Sunnah, DIS integrates conventional and Islamic knowledge towards depicting the beauty of Islam and its teachings before the world. Therefore, people will be more interested in studying Islamic studies and applying the acquired knowledge and lessons in their practical life. On the way to reach the peak, using modern science & technology, scholarly research, creativity, the quest for truth, and other academic, administrative & co-curricular activities will be the main ways.

The Department of Islamic Studies (DIS) offers Four-year Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Islamic Studies (BIS) Program and has proposed MA in Islamic Studies program which is under processing. The program consists of majoring anyone of the nine (09) fields. Such as: General, al-Qur’an and Tafsir, al-Hadith, al-Fiqh, al-Daw’ah, al-Aqidah, Comparative Religion, Islamic Education, Islamic Banking.

The features of DIS include: (i) Integration of conventional and Islamic knowledge, (ii) International standard syllabus and course curriculum, (iii) Highly qualified and skilled full-time faculty members having foreign degree and training, (iv) Special arrangement for having skilled and proficiency in Arabic, English and Bangla languages, (v) Scholarship based on results and other requirements, (vi) Well-equipped separate classroom for male and female students, (vii) Well-equipped and academically rich library, (viii) IT based modern educational facilities, (ix) Opportunities for higher study (Masters/PhD) at home and abroad (USA, Canada, UK, Germany, Turkey, Egypt, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Malaysia, China, Australia), (x) Opportunities for attending international conference, seminar, symposium, youth carnival, study tours at home and abroad and Many more.

VISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ISLAMIC STUDIES (DIS)

Department of Islamic Studies aspires to become the globally recognized center of excellence in Islamic religious and moral education that shall produce skilled and proficient graduates who will show the beauty of Islam before world and contribute globally for being successful in both worlds; Dunya and Akhira.

Text Box: To become a globally recognized center of excellence in the field of Islamic education


ROLE OF DIS TOWARDS MIU’S VISION

The Department of Islamic Studies has a dream of applying all the issues of MIU’s vision in its various activities. Based on the Qur’ān and Sunnah, DIS integrates conventional and Islamic knowledge towards depicting the beauty of Islam and its teachings before the world. Therefore, people will be more interested in studying Islamic studies and applying the acquired lessons in their practical life. On the way to reach the peak, using modern science & technology, scholarly research, creativity, the quest for truth, and other academic, administrative & co-curricular activities will be the main ways.

 

MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ISLAMIC STUDIES

The followings are the mission of the Department of Islamic Studies, MIU:

 

M1

Ensuring quality education and services through the guidelines of the Qur’ān and Sunnah; hence, the graduates will be benefited in this worldly life and in the life hereafter as well.

M2

Enriching integrated value-based knowledge towards providing morally sound and academically excellent graduates who will value their faith and will be life-long learners and problem solvers.

M3

Preparing graduates to face the challenges in the practical life and to play the positive role in promoting peaceful co-existence.

 

ROLE OF DIS TOWARDS MIU’S MISSION

The Department of Islamic Studies will play its role to ensure the mission of MIU at its best level. The DIS is committed to providing quality education and services through the guidelines of the Qur’ān and Sunnah. It will confirm maintaining the international standard and quality towards promoting MIU as a center of academic and moral excellence that would be a model for others.

 

OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ISLAMIC STUDIES (ODIS)

 

Under the above stated Vision and Mission, the Department of Islamic Studies intends to:

OB1:

Offer undergraduate and graduate programs, diploma, and certificate courses in the field of Islamic Studies.

OB2:

To develop students' understanding of Islamic beliefs, values, and practices.

OB3:

Equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary for engaging in research and creative activities related to Islamic studies through arranging conferences, seminars, and symposium, publishing journals, sharing research findings, and including it in the curriculum.

OB4:

Foster critical thinking and analytical skills in the interpretation of Islamic texts.

OB5:

Develop good citizen with enlightened careers

OB6:

Enhance students' awareness of the impact of Islam on various aspects of social, political, and economic life towards development of the country.

OB7:

Promote cultural and religious tolerance, peaceful and harmonious coexistence and understanding them through the study of Islam and other religions.

OB8:

Provide effective academic environment and engage students in the life-long learning process

 

 

Values of the Department of Islamic Studies (DIS):

V1:

Knowledge and Practice: We encourage students to develop a deep and true understanding of Islam based on the noble Qur’an and Sunnah and their teachings towards practicing in the daily life.

V2:

Accountability: We are accountable for our duties to provide graduates who can present the beauty of Islam before the world and compete with others nationally and globally at the job market.

V3:

Collaboration and Teamwork: We work together towards achieving a common goal by sharing ideas and skills.

V4:

Cultural Understanding: We emphasize the rich cultural heritage of Islam and its impact on society.

V5:

Critical Thinking (Ijtihad): Encouraging students to engage in critical analysis and reflection on Islamic beliefs and practices.

V6:

Fairness and Equality: We treat our graduates according to their needs in the same way.

V7:

Religious Tolerance: Fostering a sense of respect for different religions and cultures and promoting religious harmony.

V8:

Freedom of Thought and Expression: We ensure the freedom of our graduates to hold or consider a fact, viewpoint, or thought, doctrine, dogma and independent of others' viewpoints.

V9:

Moral and Ethical Values: We promote the importance of Islamic values such as honesty, integrity, compassion, and justice.

V10:

Leadership Skills: We promote leadership skills and a sense of responsibility among students.

V11:

Community Engagement: We work together for encouraging students to engage themselves in community service and to contribute to the betterment of society and the state as well.

V12:

Understanding of Diversity: We emphasize the diversity of Islamic beliefs and practices and promoting cultural awareness and sensitivity.

V13:

Research and Inquiry: We promote research and inquiry in Islamic Studies and encourage students to engage in independent study and creative projects to face the contemporary issues.

 

Text Box: Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Islamic Studies (BIS) Program

The Department of Islamic Studies (DIS) offers Four-year Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Islamic Studies (BIS) Program. The BA in Islamic Studies (BIS) program consists of majoring anyone of the nine (09) fields. Such as: General, al-Qur’an and Tafsir, al-Hadith, al-Fiqh, al-Daw’ah, al-Aqidah, Comparative Religion, and Islamic Banking.

Description of the Program

The Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Islamic Studies program is a comprehensive undergraduate degree that provides students with a deep understanding of Islamic civilization, beliefs, and practices. The program is designed to offer a well-rounded education to students who are interested in the study of Islam and its impact on the world.

The curriculum of the BA (Hons) in Islamic Studies program covers a wide range of subjects, including Islamic history, law, theology, ethics, and spirituality. It also explores the contemporary issues facing Muslim communities around the world, such as religious extremism, politics, and globalization. These subjects are taught by experienced faculty who bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the classroom. Through lectures, discussions, and assignments, students will gain a deep understanding of the beliefs and practices of Islam, as well as its impact on society and culture.

In addition to coursework, the program also offers students the opportunity to participate in a variety of extra-curricular activities. These may include guest lectures by scholars, field trips to historic sites, and community service projects. These experiences provide students with a well-rounded education, as well as a sense of the practical applications of the subjects they are studying.

The program is also designed to prepare students for a variety of careers. Graduates of the program will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to engage in research, teaching, and service to the wider community. They may choose to pursue careers in academia, working as professors or researchers at universities. Others may choose to work in religious organizations, non-profit organizations, or government agencies at home and abroad, where they can apply their knowledge and skills to address the challenges facing Muslim communities towards promoting peaceful and harmonious coexistence.

The BA (Hons) in Islamic Studies program is also ideal for students who are interested in pursuing further study in the field of Islamic Studies at home and abroad. Graduates of the program may choose to pursue a master's degree or any other post-graduate degrees including MPhil, doctoral degree in Islamic Studies, further deepening on their knowledge and expertise in the field.

Besides, general group of Islamic Studies, finally, the program offers majoring in the final year. The students may do their majoring in any one or more of the followings: (i) al-Qur’an and Tafsir, (ii) al-Hadith, (iii) al-Fiqh and Usul al-Fiqh, (iv) al-Daw’ah al-Islamiyya, (v) al-Aqidah al-Islamiyya, (vi) Comparative Religion, (vii) Islamic Education, (viii) Islamic Banking.

The program finally includes 26 core courses consisting of 78 credits hours, 12 GED (inter-disciplinary) courses including professional skills (03 credits) and the 06 specialization courses consisting of 18 credit hours and finally, at the final semester, 04 credits for dissertation/project/fieldwork/Internship. Therefore, the program consists of total 140 credits which is the minimum requirements of BA (Hons) in Islamic Studies at Manarat International University. The fieldwork/project/internship/dissertation is required to equip themselves practical knowledge on how to address the problems and find out their solutions.  Moreover, in the case of majoring more than one, students are required to do 18 more credits for each one.

Teaching Methods

Teaching methods include Outcome–based education (OBE) and Bi- Semester system of Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) through self-examination and external review. In this process students are evaluated throughout a course of study rather than exclusively by examination at the end. It is multidimensional based on student’s (a) attendance in the Classes; (b) performance in Assignments and Class Tests (Class Assessments), (c) Scores in the Mid-Term and the Final Examination (d) Dissertation/Project/internship/fieldwork, (f) Presentations (g) Viva-voce.

 

Teaching Policy 

The University is committed to the life-long success of students in its undergraduate and master's programs through high-quality instruction and learning experiences. MIU has Integrated Education Policy, where a student achieves holistic learning through awareness of his surroundings and other relevant knowledge bases. MIU emphasizes the diffusion of scientific, technical, and professional knowledge on the one hand, and building up of character in youth by making religion and ethics an integral part of education on the other. In this regard, there are some courses for the students of all faculties at MIU, which are not a part of the main curriculum of the Departments, but those are named as General Educational Courses (GED).

 

Ethics and Morality Development

MIU incorporates studies on the values of mutual respect and peaceful co-existence in such courses which includes all students at the university irrespective of caste, creed or religion.

 

Co-Curricular and Extra-curricular activities

MIU supports student participation in a broad array of Co-Curricular and Extra-curricular activities as an integral component of its commitment to student life and success. These programs mainly include leadership training, cultural, environmental, recreational, and social activities, debating and public speaking programs, intellectual discussions, games & sports, excursion and study tours home and abroad to complement academic pursuits. By these programs students earn capacity to express out themselves properly, maintain personality and learn to respect people of other faiths through mutual understandings among various regions, religions, beliefs, and cultures. All Co-curricular and Extra-curricular activities are run by the clubs named after the Departments such as Islamic Studies Club, Computer club, Business club, Debating Club, Sports Club, Cultural Club etc. under the close supervision and monitoring of Students Affairs Division (SA).

 

Transfer Students

Students who wish to transfer to this program from other institutions should also fill out the admission form and submit their official transcripts. MIU requires a minimum 2.5 GPA in an applicant’s previous academic record. Official transcripts should be sent directly to the Registrar’s Office. A candidate’s eligibility to transfer will be decided by the departmental academic committee based on merit and other academic considerations.

 

The Credit Hour System at MIU

To bring the academic system to international standard, MIU follows Open Credit Hour System (OCHS) based on a quantified curriculum, whereby a certain number of credit hours are assigned to each course. Students are required to successfully complete the total number of credit hours stipulated in the program requirements to graduate. The number of credit hours assigned to each course denotes the academic load that a student carries while registering for that course. Therefore, a course that carries three credit hours normally has three contact hours per week. There are some courses that are normally not a part of the main curriculum of the department, but of the University Requirement Courses as named General Educational Course (GED) such as religions and language courses etc.

 

Disclosure

MIU provides educational opportunity to all students irrespective of nationality, race, religion, cast, gender, and political affiliation. Disclosure of any academic information that is privy to the university by any MIU student is not permissible without prior clearance from the Registrar’s Office.

 

Student Counselling

There is a student committee in place to better understand their needs and address their legitimate concerns. In additional to classroom teaching, Director of Student Affairs and Student Counselor have been appointed to address students’ concerns and offer guidance and support so their stay at MIU becomes an enjoyable and exhilarating experience.

 

Non-Academic Requirements

Students must pay all dues and complete all official formalities. They are responsible to meet all the stated requirements and comply with any other provisions that the University might set from time to time with a view to enhancing a desirable academic and administrative environment. On special note is that the fulfilment of the above requirements does not automatically qualify a student to a degree from MIU. The university reserves the right to refuse to award the degree on disciplinary and or similar other grounds.

 

 

Graduates Attributes of the BIS Program

GA1:

Disciplinary, Contemporary and Integrated Knowledge

GA2:

Critical Thinking, Problem-Solving, and Decision-Making Skills

GA3:

Communication and Interpersonal Skills

GA4:

Digital Literacy and ICT Skills

GA5:

Professionalism, Ethics and Morality

GA6:

Collaboration, Networking, Leadership, and Teamwork

GA7:

Creativity and Innovative Skills

GA8:

Unity, Respectful, Peaceful, and Moderation (Wasatiyyah)

GA9:

Social and ethical Responsibility

GA10:

Life, Living and Life-long learning Skills

 

 

 

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

 

The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) for the Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Islamic Studies are as follows:

PEO1

Graduates can demonstrate and practice Islam as a way of life.

PEO2

Graduates will attain advanced and specialized knowledge in the field of Islamic Studies dealing with its’ fundamental sources and will be able to understand related classical sources (turath);

PEO3

Graduates will possess concept and methods of applying Islamic principles, critical, analytical, and problem-solving skills in dealing with contemporary circumstances, problems, and issues at hand;

PEO4

Graduates will demonstrate effective interpersonal and communication skills, including a working knowledge of English and Arabic.

PEO5

Graduates will carry out supervisory role in teamwork and are aware of their social and ethical responsibilities towards promoting unity among the races, gender equitability, religious harmony, peaceful co-existence, and moderation (wasatiyyah).

PEO6

Graduates will understand the relevant knowledge, skills and aptitude to meet job specifications;

PEO7

Graduates will possess the skills for getting knowledge and information from reliable sources for study, research, lifelong learning and career development.

 

 

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

Graduates will be able to:

PLO1

Practice Islam as a way of life and to preach its teachings and beauty among others considering the global context. (Religiousness and Worldview)

PLO2

Demonstrate Islamic Knowledge as an expertise and establish its relationship or identifies its association with other disciplines. (Disciplinary and inter-Disciplinary Knowledge)

PLO3

Know and analyze the main sources of Islamic knowledge and relevant ideas of the Muslim intellectuals into contemporary practices and successfully integrate and utilize them in further advanced study and research. (Research & Integration)

PLO4

Demonstrate critical, analytical, and problem-solving skills to deal with issues at hand; (Problem solving, Critical and Analytical Skills)

PLO5

Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams and environments and become functional ability of administration, management, or research in particular job sector with full autonomy towards achieving sustainable development; (Professionalism, Leadership & Sustainable Development)

PLO6

Develop advanced practical knowledge of Islamic elements through acquiring 21st-century skills such as: digital competency, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurial skills, collaboration, negotiation, persuasion, networking, team building, life skills, living skills and lifelong learning skills. (21st-century skills; Digital Literacy and ICT Skills)

PLO7

Effectively communicate orally and in writing using both Arabic and English beside native language. (Communication & Interpersonal Skills)

PLO8

Act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibilities as to apply moral and ethical principles in daily life; (Ethics, Morality, & Social Responsibility) 

PLO9

Recognize the need for involving themselves in life-long learning for constantly updated of the recent developments and discussions in expertise via reliable sources in Bengali, Arabic, and English. (Contemporary Knowledge & Life-Long Learning)

PL10

Work for promoting unity, peaceful coexistence, respectful to others, and Moderation (wasatiyyah); (Unity, Peace & Harmony, and Moderation)

 

STRUCTURE OF THE CURRICULUM

 

The undergraduate program offers courses that incorporate the theoretical and practical methods of study related to Qur’ān and Sunnah (the practices of the Prophet Muhammad (pbAuh), covering the theological and human sciences studies. It provides proper understanding of the worldview of Islam to meet the needs of global importance.

 

Duration of the Program, Mood, and Language

·    The minimum duration of the BA (Hons.) in Islamic Studies program is 04 years that includes 12 semesters in the mood of bi-semester (three semesters in a year). The maximum duration will be as the national higher educational and MIU policy, if any.

·    Three (03) academic sessions are administered in each year. The three semesters of the University are as follows:

Semester

Duration

Spring 

January-April

Summer 

Fall 

May-August

September-December

·    Although, the MIU is an English medium institution, the medium of Instruction of the department of Islamic Studies is Arabic-English as the main two sources of Islam are in Arabic such as Qur’ān and Hadīth.

 

Admission Requirements

A Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) in Humanities, Business/Commerce, Science, Alim or its equivalent of 12 (twelve) years of Schooling with good academic results. For the foreign Schooling, equivalence will be determined by the university authority or as per the government’s rules.

·    A student is required to attend the admission test and/or interview (if any).

·    Minimum required GPA is 2.5 in SSC/equivalent and HSC/equivalent separately. If the students get GPA 2.00 at SSC and HSC or equivalent level, he or she must have a total GPA at least 6.00 in both Examinations.

·    GCE O- level (with at least five subjects) with minimum equivalent GPA of 2.5 and GCE A-level (with at least two subjects) with minimum equivalent GPA of 2.5 is required.

·    Candidates who have completed higher secondary education (12 years of schooling) under a system different from SSC/HSC, Dakhil/Alim or 'O/A' Levels are required to get approval of the Equivalence Committee of the University.

·    Candidates who studied abroad have to submit equivalence certificates. However, in the case of any general notice/instruction or gazette from these offices or from the government, the MIU authority can make the decision in this regard.

·    Students who have basic knowledge in Arabic language or Arabic background or Hafiz al-Qur’ān will be given priority in admission.

·    MIU’s other terms and conditions are applied.

 

Other Requirements

·        Admission to MIU is always through a competitive Admission Test (written and oral). All applicants are required to undergo the process to qualify for admission into different programs of study. However, sound health, good character, and financial capability to carry on the entire program are also taken into consideration.

 

Total Credit Hours of BA (Hons. ) in Islamic Studies (BIS)

1.      The program includes teaching of 49 course units for a total of 4900 marks, which will be resulted in 140 credit hours. There will be 4400 marks for 44 taught course units and 100 marks for Dissertation/Fieldwork/Internship and 400 marks for Viva-Voce. Additionally, 04 non-credit courses are also offered for the students towards enhancing Arabic Language skill and proficiency.

2.      Since the credit hours are counted based on lecture class/contact hours per week, the number of lecture classes/contact hours is determined according to the credits assigned to each course unit.

3.      The prospective students are usually required to take 04-07 courses (12-21 Credits) per semester. In any reasonable case, students may be allowed to take minimum 03 courses (09 credits) and maximum 08 courses (24 Credits) in a regular semester. 

4.      In the last academic semester, students may be allowed to take only Dissertation/Project/Fieldwork/Internship (04 Credits) or along with any other maximum 04 courses (12 Credits). Based on good and acceptable reason and with the recommendation of the academic committee of the Department, 02 courses consist of 04 credits can also be taken by the students instead of Dissertation/Project/Fieldwork/Internship.

5.      Dissertation/Project/Fieldwork/Internship: 

·       One (01) intensive Islamic studies project work or dissertation or fieldwork report or internship is required for the BA (Hons.) in Islamic Studies program that will consist of 04 credits. The intensive major in Islamic studies gives students an opportunity to undertake a semester-long program of original research resulting in a contribution to Islamic knowledge. The semester-long project requires substantial independent research and knowledge of an Islamic sub-field. Students may use various research methods. They may conduct field survey and interview session to collect the data besides other sources. Findings may be presented in various forms. The primary and secondary supervisors (if requires) will be selected from the department by the academic committee of the department. Additionally, students will be inspired to publish their findings in any recognized peer reviewed academic and research journal, but it will not be a requirement of the degree. Hopefully, this will promote their interest in future research and publication.

·       In BA (Hons.) in Islamic Studies program, there will be an option for the students to do majoring in any of eight majors of this department. In that case, students must conduct at least 06 courses (18 credits) from the specialized courses. Therefore, the degree will be as “BA (Hons.) in Islamic Studies (Major in ….)” that may be mentioned in the transcript only. 

·       The students may have the opportunity for doing more than one majors at this department. For each major, they must conduct at least 06 courses (18 credits) from those specialized courses.

·       Students in regular program are required to conduct four (04) courses for enhancing their skill and proficiency in Arabic Language.

·       There will be few other GED courses as required for enhancing the graduate attributes towards preparing themselves for the society and the job market as well.

 

Total Class weeks in a semester

Each semester consists of 21 weeks, of which:

·     14 Weeks for class teaching.

·     01 Week for preparation for MID examination.

·     02 Weeks for mid-term examination and

·     01 Week for preparation for final examination.

·     02 Weeks for the semester final examinations.

·     01 Week for viva-voce and result publication.

 

MINIMUM CGPA REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION

·      Passing of a course individually and maintaining a minimum cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is of 2.00.

Maximum Academic Years of Completion: 07 years.

·      Maximum Academic Years of Completion: 07 years. However, MIU’s rule would be applied.

 

OTHER RELATED ISSUES

 

TRANSFER STUDENTS POLICY

Students who wish to transfer to this program from other institutions should also fill out the admission form and submit their official transcripts. MIU requires a minimum 2.5 GPA in an applicant’s previous academic record. Official transcripts should be sent directly to the Registrar’s Office. A candidate’s eligibility to transfer will be decided by the departmental academic committee based on merit and other academic considerations.

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR BA (HONS.) IN ISLAMIC STUDIES DEGREE

The Credit Hour System at MIU

To bring the academic system to international standard, MIU follows Open Credit Hour System (OCHS) based on a quantified curriculum, whereby a certain number of credit hours are assigned to each course. Students are required to successfully complete the total number of credit hours stipulated in the program requirements in order to be graduated. The number of credit hours assigned to each course denotes the academic load that a student carries while registering for that course. Therefore, a course that carries three credit hours normally has three contact hours per week. There are some courses that are normally not a part of the main curriculum of the department, but of the UGC and University Requirement Courses as named General Educational Course (GED) such as professional skills enhanching and language courses etc.

 

Course Identification Plan for BIS Program:

 

The Following code plan have been adapted for course identification:

00

00

0

0

BIS

0

0

  

Semester

No of Course

Year

Program/Subject

 

Narrow Field

Detailed Field (Subject to availability

Broad Field

 

 

 

 

 


·            Course Code: According to Common Classification System for Subjects and Occupational Sectors for Bangladesh, the first 4 numbers in any course code indicates as following:

02 = Arts and Humanities (Broad field)

022 = Humanities (Narrow field)

0221 = Department of Islamic Studies (Detailed field: Religion and Theology)

BIS for Course (In-house subject code) and Major/Concentration- etc. whereas for GED for General Education Course.

·      Last 4 numerical digits in any course code indicates as following:

1st digit denotes year for which the course is intended

2nd digit indicates the semester and

3rd & 4th digit indicates specific number of the course of the department

 

Detail Category of Courses

LIST OF THE COURSES (OBE)

BA (Hons.) in Islamic Studies

DEPARTMENT OF ISLAMIC STUDIES

MANARAT INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY

 

Total Credits: 140

(Course) 132 + (Dissertation) 04 + (Viva Voce) 04 = 140

Issues

 

Total Courses

 

Total Credits

(Per Course 03 Credits)

Inter-Disciplinary (Compulsory: GED)

:

12 x 3

=

36

Core Course

:

26 x 3

=

78

Specialization

:

06 x 3

=

18

Total Course and Credits

:

44

=

132

Dissertation/Project/Fieldwork/Internship

:

01 x 4

=

04

Special Two Courses Instead of Dissertation/Project/Fieldwork/Internship

:

02 x 2

=

Viva-Voce

:

04 x 01

=

04

Total Credits

:

140

 

GENERAL EDUCATION (GED) COURSES

[For All Groups, any Twelve (12) of the following courses]

(12 x 03 = 36 Credits)

 

·        General Education Course: 12 (Including UGC Suggested Courses)

·        GED enables students to receive firm foundation of a comprehensive education that is practiced in North America and other advanced countries. Each student of this program must complete 36 credits of university and UGC required courses, which are known as General Education (GED) courses.

·        The General Education (GED) courses and/or the Alternative General Education (GEA) courses of the BIS program are incorporated from MIU’s central policy as the GED/GEA courses are conducted by the Center of General Education (CGED) of the University.

·        While a total of 12 GED courses (36 credits) are to be completed by the BIS students. Students are required to complete any 11 GED courses from the first 16 courses and any three from the number of 17:

 

Sl No

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

Remarks

1.           

9999GED1101

 

Bangla Language and Literature

বাংলা ভাষা সাহিত্য 

3.00

Compulsory GED

2.           

9999GED1102

Fundamentals of English

3.00

Compulsory GED

3.           

9999GED1120

Basic Arabic Language

3.00

Dept. requirement

4.           

9999GED1122

Basic Arabic Grammar

3.00

Dept. requirement

5.           

9999GED1202

Composition and Communication Skills in English

3.00

Compulsory GED

6.           

9999GED1220

Advanced Arabic Language

3.00

Dept. requirement

7.           

9999GED1222

Advanced Arabic Grammar

3.00

Dept. requirement

8.           

9999GED2101

বাংলাদেশের অভ্যূদয়ের ইতিহাস

(History of Emergence of Bangladesh)

3.00

Compulsory GED

9.           

9999GED2102

Digital Literacy

3.00

Dept. requirement

10.        

9999GED2108

Philosophy

3.00

Dept. requirement

11.        

9999GED2110

Introduction to Sociology 

3.00

Dept. requirement

12.        

9999GED2201

Environmental Studies

3.00

Dept. requirement

13.        

9999GED2204

Women and Gender Studies

3.00

Dept. requirement

14.        

9999GED3101

Introduction to Psychology

3.00

Dept. requirement

15.        

9999GED3102

The Art of Living and Life Skills

3.00

Dept. requirement

16.        

9999GED4201

Bangladesh Studies

3.00

Compulsory GED

17.        

Any three of the following courses (3 x 01)*

3.00

Dept. requirement

 

9999GED0001

Sahih Qur’an Tilawah

1.00

Any one of these two courses is compulsory

 

9999GED0002

Tahfiz al-Qur’an (30th Para)

1.00

 

9999GED0003

Khutbah Skill and Experience

1.00

 

 

9999GED0004

Mosque Management

1.00

 

 

9999GED0005

First Aid

1.00

 

 

9999GED0006

Fire Fighting and Rescue Operations

1.00

 

 

9999GED0007

Foreign Language

1.00

 

 

9999GED0008

Public Speaking

1.00

 

 

9999GED0009

Media Writings

1.00

 

 

9999GED0010

Driving Skills (Light)

1.00

 

 

9999GED0011

Cooking and Hygiene Management

1.00

 

* These courses will be for BIS program to enhance other practical life skills.

It is noted that:

    i.    Students are required to complete all compulsory GED courses (05 courses).

   ii.    Among the departmental requirement courses, students are required to complete any 06 of them.

 iii.    Moreover, from the 17th number of GED courses, any three of them are also compulsory for all BIS students. These courses will be offered gradually through the semesters. Students are free to complete their required courses accordingly.

 iv.    Student who is an Arabic native speaker or having degree from any Arabic native speaking country in Arabic medium is exempted from Arabic language and grammar courses. Hence, they are required to do any other GED courses.

   v.    Student who is an English native speaker or having degree from any English native speaking country in English medium or who has British curriculum background such as having certificates of O level and A Level or who has IELTS minimum score 6 (Brand 6) or any other internationally recognized English language testing courses like Cambridge Test (CAE / CPE)/ PTE (Pearson Test of English)/TOEFL/Duolingo English Test/CAEL/CELPIP/CanTEST (internationally recognized minimum score for undergraduate program) within past two years is exempted from doing GED English courses and required to do any other two GED courses.

 vi.    Moreover, if the students have the professional certificate on any one of the course, they will be exempted for that particular course. Besides, the department will offer short course/training/workshop for all of those courses once these are offered in any particular semester. The duration will be at least 14 hours. Students are required to sit in the test/exam and pass successfully. Otherwise, they need to repeat the same. For example, Students who are Hafiz al-Qur’an and bearing its certificate or have experience of leading Jumu’ah Khutbah at least 04 months along with delivering Jum’uah Khutba, or who have published at least 10 short articles in any reputed newspapers can submit their documents to the department for getting exemption from Sahih Qur’an Tilwah/Tafiz al-Qur’an (30th Para), Public Speaking and media writing respectively. The same can be applied to other courses like Fist Aid, Fire Fighting and Rescue Operations etc. But in all cases, they need to appear to an interview session to determine their grades (GPA).

 

CORE COURSES

(Compulsory for All Groups)

[26 x 03 = 78 Credits)

 

Serial

Corse Code

Course Title

Course Credits

1.           

0221BIS1101

Islamic ‘Aqīdah

3.00

2.           

0221BIS1102

Sciences of al-Qur’ān

3.00

3.           

0221BIS1103

Sciences of al-Hadith

3.00

4.           

0221BIS1201

Islamic History, Culture and Civilization

3.00

5.           

0221BIS1202

Islam in Bangladesh

3.00

6.           

0221BIS1203

Islamic Da’wah

3.00

7.           

0221BIS1204

Introduction to Islamic Jurisprudence

3.00

8.           

0221BIS2101

Arabic for Islamic Studies

3.00

9.           

0221BIS2102

Readings in Hadith Books: Bukhari & Muslim

3.00

10.        

0221BIS2103

Reflections of Prophetic History

3.00

11.        

0221BIS2104

Essential Fiqh for Daily Life

3.00

12.        

0221BIS2201

Study in Classical Tafsir

3.00

13.        

0221BIS2202

Readings in Hadith Books: Sunan Arba’a

3.00

14.        

0221BIS2203

Revelation as a Source of Knowledge

3.00

15.        

0221BIS2204

Jurisprudence of Transections and Crimes

3.00

16.        

0221BIS3101

Study in Modern Tafsir

3.00

17.        

0221BIS3102

Da‘wah in al-Qur’ān and al-Sunnah

3.00

18.        

0221BIS3103

Muslim Philosophy

3.00

19.        

0221BIS3104

Zakat and Waqf Management

3.00

20.        

0221BIS3105

Principles of Living with Sunnah

3.00

21.        

0221BIS3106

Qur’an, Science and Humanity

3.00

22.        

0221BIS3201

Thematic Study of the Qur’ān

3.00

23.        

0221BIS3202

Islam and Sufism

3.00

24.        

0221BIS3203

Islamic Economics, Banking, and Insurance

3.00

25.        

0221BIS3204

Comparative Religions

3.00

26.        

0221BIS3205

Islamic Charity and NGO Management

3.00

27.        

0221BIS3206

Public Administration and Management in Islam

3.00

28.        

0221BIS3207

Human Resource Development in Islam

3.00

29.        

0221BIS3208

International Relations in Islam

3.00

30.        

0221BIS4106

Halal Business and Halal Industries

3.00

31.        

0221BIS4107

Business and Entrepreneurship in Islam

3.00

32.        

0221BIS4108

Tourism and Hospitality in Islam

3.00

33.        

0221BIS4110

Research Methodology

3.00

 

Only in case of acceptable reason, students may be allowed to take any two (02) of the following courses instead of dissertations/term-paper

 

34.        

0221BIS4211

Law of Minorities in Islam

2.00

35.        

0221BIS4212

Muslim Scholarships

2.00

36.        

0221BIS4213

Study of al-Kalām

2.00

 

 

 

MAJOR COURSES FOR SPECIALIZATION

Any One from the following Groups

[06 x 03 = 18 Credit Hours]

 

(1)

GENERAL GROUP

[Any Six of the following Courses: 6 x 3=18 Credits]

Serial

Corse Code

Course Title

Course Credits

1.           

0221ISG4101

Man in the Qur’ān and Sunnah

3.00

2.           

0221ISG4102

Islamic Education Systems

3.00

3.           

0221ISG4103

Contemporary Muslim World and Islamic Organizations

3.00

4.           

0221ISG4104

Political System and Human Rights in Islam

3.00

5.           

0221ISG4105

Different Concepts and Thoughts in Islam

3.00

6.           

0221ISG4206

Social Welfare and Social Work in Islam

3.00

7.           

0221ISG4207

Planning and Sustainable Development in Islam

3.00

8.           

0221ISR4205

Islamic Paradigm of Religious Co-existence

3.00

 

(2)

AL-QUR’AN AND AL-TAFSIR GROUP

(Specialization in Al-Qur’ān and al-Tafsīr)

[Any Six of the following Courses: 6 x 3 = 18 Credits]

 

Serial

Corse Code

Course Title

Course Credits

1.           

0221ISG4101

Man in the Qur’ān and Sunnah

3.00

2.           

0221ISQ4101

Principles and Methodologies of Tafsīr

3.00

3.           

0221ISQ4102

Tafsīr and Mufassirūn

3.00

4.           

0221ISQ4103

Tafsīr al-Ayat al-Ahkam

3.00

5.           

0221ISQ4104

Qur’anic Discourse

3.00

6.           

0221ISQ4205

Study of Tafsīr in Bengali

3.00

7.           

0221ISQ4206

The Qur’ān and the Orientalists

3.00

 

0221ISQ4107

Memorization of the Qur’ān with its meaning-I

0.00

 

0221ISQ4208

Memorization of the Holy Qur’ān with its meaning-II

0.00

 

(3)

AL-HADITH GROUP

Specialization in Al-adīth and Sunnah

[Any Six of the following Courses: 6x3=18 Credits]

 

1.           

0221ISG4101

Man in the Qur’ān and Sunnah

3.00

2.           

0221ISH4101

History of ‘Ilm al-adīth

3.00

3.           

0221ISH4102

Six Authentic Books of adīth

3.00

4.           

0221ISH4103

Methodologies of Muaddithūn

3.00

5.           

0221ISH4104

Uṣūl al-Takhrīz and Dirāsāt al-Asānid

3.00

6.           

0221ISH4205

Legislative Texts of adīth

3.00

7.           

0221ISH4206

Al-Wadʻu Fī al- adīth

3.00

8.           

0221ISH4207

Modern Trends in Sunnah Studies

3.00

 

0221ISH4108

Memorization of the adīth with its meaning-I

0.00

 

0221ISH4209

Memorization of the adīth with its meaning-II

0.00

 

(4)

AL-FIQH AND SHARI’AH GROUP

Specialization in Al-Fiqh and Sahri’ah

[Any Six of the following Courses: 6 x 3 = 18 Credits]

 

1.           

0221ISL4101

Advanced Qur’anic Language

3.00

2.           

0221ISF4101

History of Islamic Sharī‘ah

3.00

3.           

0221ISF4102

Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence

3.00

4.           

0221ISF4103

Rules of Islamic Sharī‘ah

3.00

5.           

0221ISF4104

Islamic Inheritance Law

3.00

6.           

0221ISF4205

Fiqh al-Mu‘āmalāt

3.00

7.           

0221ISF4206

Comparative Jurisprudence

3.00

8.           

0221ISF4207

Fiqh al-Jināyāt

3.00

 

(5)

AL-DA‘WAH GROUP

(Specialization in Al-Da‘wah)

[Any Six of the following Courses: 6x3=18 Credits]

 

1.           

0221ISD4101

History of Islamic Da‘wah

3.00

2.           

0221ISD4102

Methodologies of Islamic Daw’ah and its Techniques

3.00

3.           

0221ISD4103

Introduction to Inter and Intra-Faith Dialogue

3.00

4.           

1221ISG4103

Contemporary Muslim World and Islamic Organizations

 

5.           

0221ISD4104

Media and Communications in Islam

3.00

6.           

0221ISD4105

Contemporary Islamic Movements

3.00

7.           

0221ISD4206

Orientalism & Intellectual War

3.00

8.           

0221ISD4207

Al-Firāq al-Islāmī

3.00

9.           

0221ISD4208

Philosophy and Theology in Islam

3.00

 

(6)

AL-TAWHID AND AL-‘AQIDAH GROUP

Specialization in Al-Tawḥīd and Al-‘Aqīdah

[Any Six of the following Courses: 6x3=18 Credits]

1.           

0221ISA4101

Imān and Its’ Principles

3.00

2.           

0221ISA4102

Readings in Islamic ‘Aqīdah

3.00

3.           

0221ISA4103

Tawhid and Its Reflections

3.00

4.           

0221ISR4103

Introduction to Inter and Intra-Faith Dialogue

3.00

5.           

0221ISA4104

Al-Firāq al-Islāmī

3.00

6.           

0221ISA4205

Textual Studies in Islamic ‘Aqidah

3.00

7.           

0221ISA4206

Readings in ‘Ilm al-Kalām

3.00

8.           

0221ISD4207

Philosophy and Theology in Islam

3.00

 

(7)

COMPARATIVE RELIGION GROUP

Specialization in Comparative Religion

[Any Six of the following Courses: 6x3=18 Credits]

1.           

0221ISR4101

Qur'anic Perspective of Other Religions

3.00

2.           

0221ISR4102

Ethics and Morality in World Religions

3.00

3.           

0221ISR4103

Philosophy of Religion

3.00

4.           

0221ISD4103

Introduction to Inter and Intra-Faith Dialogue

3.00

5.           

0221ISR4104

Contemporary Religious Issues

3.00

6.           

0221ISR4205

Islamic Paradigm of Religious Co-Existence

3.00

7.           

0221ISR4206

Myth and Religion

3.00

8.           

0221ISR4207

Evangelization and Christian Mission

3.00

9.           

0221ISR4208

Muslim Legacy on Other Religions

3.00

 

(8)

ISLAMIC BANKING GROUP

Specialization in Islamic Banking

[Any Six of the following Courses: 6x3=18 Credits]

 

1.           

0221ISB4101

Principles of Economics

3.00

2.           

0221ISB4102

Fiqh and Usul Al-Fiqh for Banking

3.00

3.           

0221ISB4103

Foundation of Islamic Finance

3.00

4.           

0221ISB4104

Principles and Practices of Takaful

3.00

5.           

0221ISF4205

Fiqh al-Mu‘āmalāt

3.00

6.           

0221ISB4207

Islamic Banking Products and Operations

3.00

7.           

0221ISB4208

Islamic Wealth Management

3.00

 

Viva-Voce (Compulsory for all Students)

 

SL

Course Code

Course Title

Credit

01

0221BIS1299

Viva-Voce-I

1.00

02

0221BIS2299

Viva-Voce-II

1.00

03

0221BIS3299

Viva-Voce-III

1.00

04

0221BIS4299

Viva-Voce-IV

1.00

 

DISSERTATION/PROJECT/FIELDWORK/INTERNSHIP

[04 Credit Hours]

SL

Course Code

Course Title

Credit

1.          1

0221BIS4200

Dissertation/Project/Fieldwork/Internship

4.00

Only in case of acceptable reason, students may be allowed to take any two (02) of the following courses instead of dissertations/term-paper

2.           

0221BIS4211

Law of Minorities in Islam

2.00

3.           

0221BIS4212

Life and Thoughts of Muslim Thinkers

2.00

4.           

0221BIS4213

Study of al-Kalām

2.00

 

NON-CREDIT COURSES

(Compulsory for Students of Regular Program and Optional for weekend Program)

 

SL

Course Code

Course Title

Credit

01

0221ARB0001

Arabic Reading Skill

00

02

0221ARB0002

Arabic Writing Skill

00

03

0221ARB0003

Arabic Grammar Skill

00

04

0221ARB0004

Arabic Listening & Speaking Skills

00

 


Grading System

The grading system of MIU for assessing the performance of the students shall be as follows:

 

Numerical Grade

(% of Marks)

Letter Grade

(LG)

Grade Point (GP/unit)

Remarks / Status

80% and above

A+ (A plus)

4.00

Excellent

75 to 79

A (A regular)

3.75

Very Good

70 to 74

A (A minus)

3.50

65 to 69

B+ (B plus)

3.25

Good

60 to 64

B (B regular)

3.00

55 to 59

B(B minus)

2.75

Satisfactory

50 to 54

C+ (C plus)

2.50

45 to 49

C (C regular)

2.25

Pass

40 to 44

D (D regular)

2.00

Less than 40

F

0.00

Fail

Incomplete

I

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Grade Point Average (GPA)

The Grade Point Average (GPA) is computed by dividing the total grade points earned by the number of credit hours attempted in a given semester.

 

Cumulative grade point average (CGPA)

The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is computed by dividing the total grade points earned by the total number of credit hours attempted at the University up to a particular semester. A graduating student must obtain CGPA at least 2.00 or else she/he will not be awarded degree.

 

Earned Credit

The courses in which a student has obtained minimum ‘D’ in ‘Theoretical courses’, Laboratory courses & General Viva-voce’ or higher grade will be counted as credits earned by the student. Any course in which a student has obtained ‘F’ grade will not be counted towards his/her earned credit. ‘F’ grade will not be counted for GPA calculation but will stay permanently on the Grade sheet and transcripts.

 

 

EVALUATION SYSTEM

The evaluation system in the Department of Islamic Studies is as follows:

Evaluation system of DIS program

SL

 

Events

 

Sub-events

 

% of Marks

 

1.           

Internal Evaluation

Class Attendance

10%

Class Test/Assignment

10%

Presentation

10%

2.           

Written Exam

Mid-Term Exam

30%

Final Exam

40%

Total

100%

 

Marks distribution for Dissertation/Projects/Fieldwork/Internship is as follows:

(As per UGC suggestion)

1.           

Project/Dissertation/Internship report evaluation by Supervisor

50%

2.           

Project/Dissertation/Internship report evaluation by Examiner

30%

3.           

Project/Dissertation/Internship report presentation and defense

20%

Total

100%

 

ATTENDANCE:

Basis for awarding marks for attendance is generally as follows:

Table 1. Awarding marks for attendance

Attendance

Awarding marks

90% and above

10

85% to less than 90%

9

80% to less than 85%

8

75% to less than 80%

7

70% to less than 75%

6

65% to less than 70%

5

60% to less than 65%

4

less than 60%

0

 

Course Withdrawal

 

A Course will be considered as Withdrawal if he/she drops a course during the period between fourth and sixth week of the semester. Any dropping prior to that period will be considered as normal dropping. Course Withdrawal does not affect the student’s GPA. If a student fails to officially withdraw from a course and refuses to act upon his/her obligations then the student will be assigned zero (0) points in the GPA.

 

Incomplete ‘I’ Courses

 

If a student finishes 60% of a course work in a semester but fails to finish the course due to compelling reasons, and if he/she fail to attend semester end examination then an instructor can assign an ‘I’ grade for the particular class in the corresponding semester. The student must complete the rest of the course within the next academic year to change the ‘I’ grade into a letter grade. Failure to do so will result in an ‘I’ grade to switch to ‘F’ grade.

 

Retake (R) and Grade Improvement

 

A student earning F grade in a course shall be required to improve the grade by retaking the course, on payment of requisite fees, offered in the subsequent available semester. A student earning a grade of less than B in any course may also elect to improve the grade by retaking the course when available in the next semester on payment of retaking course fees. However, a candidate will not be allowed to retake any course after graduation. In this case the concerned student shall have to apply to withhold his/her graduation to the Coordination Committee.

In the above situations the transcripts will show credit, and grade through R (Retake) against the retaking course. Students will be allowed to retake a course only once. No improvement shall be allowed in the in-course test marks and the grades earned in viva voce, as well as in course (s) in which a student did not attend classes or appear at in course tests.

In order to retake a course, the student must apply to the Coordination Committee at least 3 weeks before the commencement of the semester. Any application for retaking a course will automatically lead to cancellation of his/her earlier grade.

Such improvement would be allowed only once in a course and in such case, the student's previous grade will be automatically cancelled.

 

 

Dropout and Academic Probation

 

An undergraduate student is placed on academic probation if he or she fails to achieve a minimum 2.0 GPA at the end of the semester. Under such circumstances, a student must register in subsequent semester upon approval of a student counsellor. Academic probation for three consecutive semesters will result in the dismissal of the student from the university. The dismissed student must seek reinstatement. However, the university reserves the right not to readmit the dismissed student.

 

6.      Dissertation/Project/Fieldwork/Internship: 

·       Consisting of 04 credits of Dissertation/Project/Fieldwork/Internship report is designed to introduce the practical experience to the students in the field of research. The student will be experiencing various steps in conducting research especially in producing thesis and dissertation. These procedures surely will enable the student to pursue research work in future studies. This will also help the student to find the reasons behind any problem and it’s solutions.

·       The departmental academic committee will nominate the supervisor to each and every student to conduct Dissertation/Project/Fieldwork/Internship. Upon consultation with the supervisor, student will propose the title of the dissertation/project along with a concept paper that includes the minimum requirements of the research proposal and submit the document(s) to the Department. Thus, the departmental will arrange a discussion meeting on all the proposal submitted by the students. The student along with his/her supervisor must be present in the meeting. The final approval of the title for dissertation/project work or place/nature for fieldwork/internship will be notified thoroughly. 

·       Upon finalizing the title of the dissertation or fieldwork/internship, an external examiner (internally) will be nominated by the department as per the proposal submitted by the departmental academic committee.

·       Upon receiving the evaluation report of supervisor and external examiner, the department will arrange a defense board for the presentation of the work by the student.

·       If there is any correction/amendment/suggestion given by the external examiner or the defense board in the dissertation/report, students are required to do that and submit the final copy (02 sets) to the department. Thus, the final result will be prepared and submitted to the exam office of MIU.

·       Additionally, students will be inspired to publish their findings in any recognized peer reviewed academic and research journal, but it will not be a requirement of the degree. Hopefully, this will promote their interest in future research and publication.

 

·      Dissertation/Project/Fieldwork/Internship Report: 

Marks distribution for projects/thesis is as follows:

(As per UGC suggestion)

 

1) Project/Thesis evaluation by Supervisor                          : 40%

2) Project/Thesis evaluation by Examiner (Internal)            : 30%

3) Project/thesis presentation and defence                           : 30%

Total = 100%

 

 

7.     Viva-Voce (Compulsory for all Students)

 

 

1.      

0221BIS1299

Viva-Voce-I

 

2.           

0221BIS2299

Viva-Voce-II

 

3.           

0221BIS3299

Viva-Voce-III

 

4.           

0221BIS4299

Viva-Voce-IV

·      The viva-voce is required to all the students of BIS program each in a year to evaluate the outcomes of the courses and desired attributes of the students.

·      The students are required to do the registration of the viva-voce during the registration period.

·      The department will arrange a viva board consisting of an expert nominated by the academic committee of the department. The expert would not be less than an associate professor. The public university’s teacher will be given priority in this case. The board will be presided over by the Head of the Department.

8.     Non-Credit Courses

 

1.      

0221ARB0001

Arabic Reading Skill

 

2.           

0221ARB0002

Arabic Writing Skill

 

3.           

0221ARB0003

Arabic Grammar Skill

 

4.           

0221ARB0004

Arabic Listening & Speaking Skills

 

·      These non-credit courses would be offered to the students for enhancing their Arabic language skills and proficiency. As the students at the field of Islamic studies, good command over Arabic language is must. Therefore, these courses would be very useful for them.

·      As the non-credit courses, the students are required to pass only. The module developed by the department will be used to teach the students and evaluate them accordingly.

 

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