Course overview

The 2-year Diploma in Islamic studies is a short-term part-time course covering a breadth of Islamic disciplines in the English language.

It is designed to equip the student with a broad understanding of the Islamic sciences and is taught in the English language to aid comprehension for those who cannot commit to study of the Arabic language.

Lessons are delivered with accompanying presentation slides, practical sessions and in-depth notes to help students appreciate and comprehend all concepts.

The course is taught by qualified teachers who guide the students through every step of their learning journey. Upon successful completion of the 2-year Diploma in Islamic Studies, successful students will be awarded a certificate, with students being encouraged to undertake further studies.

Course details

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Dates/Time

Wednesday-Friday, 9.30am-1.15pm

Open to

Sisters only

Venue

As-Suffa Institute, 156 High Street, Aston, B6 4UX

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Course fee

£80/month

Syllabus

Year 1

Quran Studies

30th Juz translation, tafseer and hifdh

Hadith Studies

Exploring select hadith, includes Shamaail

Aqeedah (Belief)

Aqeedah Tahawiyya

Fiqh (Legal Jurisprudence)

Taharah, Salah, Sawm, Zakat, Hajj, Nikah, Talaq, Itaaq, Qisaas

Tajweed (Quranic Pronunciation)

Practical and theory

Islamic Scholarship

Timelines and biographies of influential scholars

Seerah (Biography of the Prophet ﷺ)

Before Islam and up to the battle of Badr

Year 2

Quran Studies

Completion of 30th Juz, Surah Yasin, Mulk & Kahf

Hadith Studies

Select hadith from Mishkaat al-Masaabeeh

Aqeedah (Belief)
Fiqh (Legal Jurisprudence)

Buyoo onwards

Tajweed (Quranic Pronunciation)
Islamic Scholarship
Seerah (Biography of the Prophet ﷺ)

To the end of the life of the Prophet ﷺ

Usool Al-Hadith (Principles of Hadith)

Introduction to hadith books and main principles

History

From the Umayyad dynasty

Character Development

Spiritual, personal and interpersonal ettiquettes

Stories of the Prophets

Lessons from the lives of main Prophets