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 Definition:
 
The MA Jurisprudence and Islamic Teachings is one of the programs in which the students pass the major seminary modules (Principles of Islamic law and Jurisprudence) and then select and pass one of the fields in Islamic teachings and over successful completion of the program they receive MA in Jurisprudence and Islamic Teaching (in the related field).
 
Program’s Objective:
 
In compliance with the general rules of Founding and Running Higher Education Institutions, the MA Jurisprudence and Islamic Teachings will follow these objectives:
 
1.     Instructing students to become  Islamic expert, researcher and lecturer to get involved in undergraduate related programs;
2.     Training religious scholars and Islamic disseminators who expand and culture of Islam and the teachings of Ahl-e Bayt (a.s) nationally and internationally;
3.     Training the students interested in research, authoring, teaching and translating in different fields of Islamic teachings;
4.     Preserving the seminary’s traditions and positive attributes and strengthening its constructive points while utilizing the valuable experiences of universities for training students and disseminators of Islam who are up-to-date about the issues.
 
Role and Effectiveness:
 
With the knowledge acquired during the course, the graduates can act as disseminator, researcher and lecturer in different fields such as culture and university related jobs within and outside the country; they can also continue their education in upper levels and get prepared for doctoral training and thereby have a more effective role in expansion and elevation of the Islamic culture and providing it to other people.
 
Program’s Structure:
 
The program is studied over 4 years; the modules are credit-based studied in 8 semesters. The theoretical course units take 16 weeks in each semester and each theoretical and practical credit is 16 and 32 hours respectively.
 
Programs’ Syllabus:
There are a total of 108 credit studied in Jurisprudence and Islamic Teachings according to the following table:
 
 Course Units:
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
1.      
Seminary
76
2.      
Core
8
3.      
Specialized
20
4.      
Dissertation
4
 
Total
108
 
 
 
 
 
a.     Seminary Course Units:
 
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
Jurisprudence (1)
5
80
80
 
 
Makaseb Moharamme
2.    
Jurisprudence (2)
5
80
80
 
Jurisprudence (1)
Makaseb Moharamme
3.    
Jurisprudence (3)
5
80
80
 
Jurisprudence (2)
Makaseb Bey’e Ta Sharayte Awazein
4.    
Jurisprudence (4)
5
80
80
 
Jurisprudence (3)
Makaseb Bey’e Ta Sharayte Awazein
5.    
Jurisprudence (5)
5
80
80
 
Jurisprudence (4)
Makaseb Az Sharayete Awazein Ta Khiyare Gobn
6.    
Jurisprudence (6)
5
80
80
 
Jurisprudence (5)
Makaseb Az Sharayete Awazein Ta Akhar
7.    
Principles Of Islamic Law(1)
5
80
80
 
 
Gat’e Va Zan Ya Gesme Awale Halge Sales
8.    
Principles Of Islamic Law(2)
5
80
80
 
Principles Of Islamic Law(1)
Gat’e Va Zan Ya Gesme Awale Halge Sales
9.    
Principles Of Islamic Law(3)
5
80
80
 
Principles Of Islamic Law(2)
Bera’at Wa Eshteqal Ya Gesme Dowome Halge Salese
10. 
Principles Of Islamic Law(4)
5
80
80
 
Principles Of Islamic Law(3)
Bera’at Wa Eshteqal Ya Gesme Dowome Halge Salese
11. 
Principles Of Islamic Law(5)
5
80
80
 
Principles Of Islamic Law(4)
Esteshab
12. 
Principles Of Islamic Law(6)
5
80
80
 
Principles of Islamic Law (5) & Jurisprudence (8)
Osole Feqhe Moqaren wa Esteshab
13. 
Quran (1) Thematic Commentary
2
32
32
 
 
Theology
14. 
Quran (2) Thematic Commentary
2
32
32
 
Quran (1) Thematic Commentary
Imamat Wa Velayat
15. 
History of Islam
3
48
48
 
 
Analytical History
16. 
Beliefs (1)
4
64
64
 
 
Traditional Theology
17. 
Beliefs (2)
3
48
48
 
 
Modern Theology
18. 
Research Method
2
48
16
32
 
 
 
Total
76
1232
1200
32
 
 
 
b.     Core Course Units:
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
Jurisprudence (1)
4
64
64
 
Jurisprudence 1-6 in the seminary course units
Makaseb Khiyarat Ta Khiyare Gobn, Should be 5 credits in practice
2.    
Jurisprudence (2)
4
64
4
 
Jurisprudence (1)
Makaseb Khiyarat Ta Khiyare Gobn ela Akhar, Should be 5 credits in practice
 
Total
8
128
128
 
 
 
 
Note: Jurisprudence 1 & 2 mentioned in core course are the extension of Jurisprudence 1 & 2 mentioned in Seminary section.
 
c.     Specialized Course Units:
1.     Field of History of Islam
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
History of Islam (1)
2
32
32
 
 
From the time of Imam Sajjad until the end of short-term absence of Imam Zaman
2.    
History of Islam (2)
2
32
32
 
 
From the beginning of long-term absence until the fall of Bagdad
3.    
Saying and Behavior of Ahl-e Bayt
2
32
32
 
 
Focusing on practical, ethical and moral attitudes
4.    
Contemporary History
2
32
32
 
 
 
5.    
Shiite History
2
32
32
 
 
 
6.    
Islamic History Writing and Recognizing the Sources
2
32
32
 
 
 
7.    
History of Colonialism
2
32
32
 
 
 
8.    
Orientalists and History of Islam
2
32
32
 
 
 
9.    
Historical Geography of Muslim Countries
2
32
32
 
 
 
10. 
Philosophy of History
2
32
32
 
 
 
11. 
Dissertation
4
128
-
128
 
 
 
Total
24
448
320
128
 
 
 
2.     Field of Jurisprudence and Principles of Islamic Law
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
Rijal
2
32
32
 
 
 
2.    
Dirayat Al-Hadith
2
32
32
 
 
 
3.    
Rules of Jurisprudence
2
32
32
 
 
 
4.    
Basics of Law
4
64
64
 
 
 
5.    
Verses on Islamic Laws
2
32
32
 
 
 
6.    
Adwar Al-Ijtihad
2
32
32
 
 
Adwar of Jurisprudence and Principles of Islamic Law
7.    
Jurisprudence of Worshipping
2
32
32
 
Jurisprudence (5) & Principle (4)
 
8.    
Jurisprudence of Politics
2
32
32
 
Jurisprudence (5) & Principle (4)
 
9.    
Jurisprudence of Trade
2
32
32
 
Jurisprudence (5) & Principle (4)
 
10. 
Principles of Islamic Law (1)*
 
 
 
 
 
Kefayeh (1st volume)
11. 
Principles of Islamic Law (2)*
 
 
 
 
Principles of Islamic Law (1)*
Kefayeh (1st volume)
12.
Principles of Islamic Law (3)*
 
 
 
 
Principles of Islamic Law (2)*
Kefayeh (2nd volume)
13.
Principles of Islamic Law (4)*
 
 
 
 
Principles of Islamic Law (3)*
Kefayeh (2nd volume)
14.
Dissertation
4
128
 
128
 
 
 
Total
44
768
640
128
 
 
 
Note: the Modules of Principles of Islamic Law (1, 2, 3, 4) [Kefayat Al-Osol Volumes 1 & 2] in the field of Jurisprudence and Principles of Islamic Law are elective not compulsory and if they are taken by students, the schools are bond to run the courses.
 
3.     Field of the Quran
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
Principles and Rules in Commentary
2
32
32
 
 
 
2.    
Methods and schools  in Commentary
2
32
32
 
 
Focusing on historical movements and introducing texts
3.    
Verses regarding comparative laws
2
32
32
 
 
 
4.    
The Quranic Studies (1)
2
32
32
 
 
 
5.    
The Quranic Studies (2)
2
32
32
 
The Quranic Studies (1)
 
6.    
Sequential Commentary (1)
2
48
16
32
 
With a comparative perspective
7.    
Sequential  Commentary (2)
2
48
16
32
Thematic Commentary (1)
With a comparative perspective
8.    
Thematic Commentary*
2
32
32
 
Thematic Commentary (1&2)
 
9.    
Principle and Method of translating the Quran*
1
32
-
32
 
 
10. 
The Quran and Orientalists*
2
32
32
 
 
Answering doubts and questions regarding the Quran
11. 
The Quran and the Testaments*
1
16
16
 
 
 
12.
Principles of comprehending and criticizing Hadith*
2
32
32
 
Analyzing comprehension of Hadith and Esrailiyat
 
13.
Analyzing comprehension of Hadith and Esrailiyat*
2
32
32
 
 
 
14.
Sources of Shiite and Sunnis regarding Traditions*
2
48
16
32
 
 
15.
Dissertation
4
128
 
128
 
 
 
Total
30
608
352
240
 
 
 
Note: The courses marked with * are electives and students should select 6 of them
 
4.     Field of Hadith
 
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
Dirayat Al-Hadith Comparative
2
32
32
 
 
Shiite and Sunni
2.    
Jurisprudence of Hadith (1)
2
32
32
 
 
Bayan Moshkelat Al-Akhbar
3.    
Jurisprudence of Hadith (1)
2
32
32
 
Jurisprudence of Hadith
Bayan Moshkelat Al-Akhbar
4.    
History and sources of Shiite and Suuni Hadith
2
48
16
32
 
 
5.    
Principles of Comprehension and quoting Hadith
2
32
32
 
 
 
6.    
Comparative Rijal
2
32
32
 
 
 
7.    
Hadith of Orientalists
2
32
32
 
 
Answering doubts and questions regarding traditions
8.    
Position and gravity of Hadith
1
16
16
 
Familiarity with History and sources of Hadith
 
9.    
Familiarity with contemporary researches on Hadith
1
16
16
 
History and sources of Shiite and Suuni Hadith
 
10. 
Analyzing the situation for issuing Hadith and Israeliyat*
2
32
32
 
Principles of Comprehension and quoting Hadith
 
11. 
Comparative analysis of commentary Rewayat*
2
32
32
 
History and sources of Shiite and Suuni Hadith
 
12.
Thematic Jurisprudence of Hadith*
2
32
32
 
Principles of Comprehension and quoting Hadith, & history and sources of Hadith
 
13.
Principles and Rules of Commentary*
2
32
32
 
 
 
14.
Methods and schools  in Commentary*
2
32
32
 
Principles and Rules of Commentary
 
15.
Dissertation
4
128
 
128
 
 
 
Total
30
560
400
160
 
 
Note: The courses marked with * are electives and students should select 4 of them.
 
 
5.     Field of Philosophy
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
Theology of Imamiyeh
4
64
64
 
Beliefs (1) [modern theology]
Advance
2.    
Comparative theology between religions
2
32
32
 
 
 
3.    
Modern theology
4
64
64
 
Beliefs (2)
Advance
4.    
Intellectual and theological  thinking according to the Quran and Traditions
2
32
32
 
 
 
5.    
History of Islamic theology
2
32
32
 
 
 
6.    
Doubts and questions in theology*
2
32
32
 
 
 
7.    
Argument method*
2
32
32
 
Intellectual and theological  thinking according to the Quran and Traditions
Regarding the theological viewpoints of the Imams (a.s)
8.    
Introduction to Islamic Mysticism*
2
32
32
 
Beliefs (1) and Theology of Imamiyeh
Advance
9.    
Enter-religion theology*
2
32
32
 
 
Based on regional needs
10. 
Introduction to Islamic Mysticism*
2
32
32
 
 
 
11. 
History of Islamic Mysticism*
2
32
32
 
 
 
12.
Dissertation
4
128
 
128
 
 
 
Total
30
544
416
128
 
 
Note: The courses marked with * are electives and students should select 6 of them.
 
6.     Field of Philosophy
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
Islamic philosophy (1)
5
80
80
 
 
Nahayat Al-Hikmah
2.    
Islamic philosophy (2)
5
80
80
 
Islamic philosophy (1)
Nahayat Al-Hikmah
3.    
History of Islamic Philosophy
2
32
32
 
 
 
4.    
Intellectual and theological  thinking according to the Quran and Traditions
2
32
32
 
Islamic philosophy (1)
 
5.    
Knowledge of self
2
32
32
 
Islamic philosophy (1&2)
 
6.    
Advance philosophical texts in foreign language*
2
32
32
 
Islamic philosophy (1&2)
 
7.    
Philosophy of religion
2
32
32
 
Islamic Beliefs and philosophy
 
8.    
Introduction to Islamic Mysticism*
2
32
32
 
 
 
9.    
History of West Philosophy*
2
32
32
 
 
 
10. 
Epistemology*
2
32
32
 
Logic
 
11. 
Dissertation
4
128
-
128
 
 
 
Total
30
544
416
128
 
 
Note: students interested in this field should pass the book of ‘’Bedayat Al-Hikmah’’ as the prerequisite
 
7.     Field of Islamic Ethics
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
Islamic Ethics (1)
2
32
32
 
 
Theoretical
2.    
Islamic Ethics (2)
2
32
32
 
Islamic Ethics (1)
Practical
3.    
Philosophy of ethics
2
32
32
 
Islamic Ethics (1&2)
With Islamic approach
4.    
Practical mysticism
2
32
32
 
Islamic Ethics (1&2)
 
5.    
General psychology
2
32
32
 
 
Focusing on its application in Islamic mysticism
6.    
History and schools in Ethics
2
32
32
 
Islamic Ethics (1&2)
 
7.    
Introduction to jurisprudence of ethics
2
32
32
 
Islamic Ethics (1&2)
 
8.    
  ethical-educational attitude of  the Infallibles (a.s)
2
32
32
 
 
 
9.    
History of mysticism and Sufism*
2
32
32
 
History and schools in Ethics & mystical ethics
 
10. 
Advance texts*
2
32
32
 
Islamic Ethics (1&2) & ethical schools
 
11. 
Principles and basics of consulting and guidance*
2
32
32
 
 
 
12.
Enter-religions ethics*
2
32
32
 
Islamic Ethics (1&2)
Based on regional needs
13.
Moral education*
2
32
32
 
Islamic Ethics (1&2)
Focusing on its practice in Islamic Ethics
14.
Ethics in the Quran
2
32
32
 
Islamic Ethics (1&2)
 
15.
Dissertation
4
128
 
128
 
 
 
Total
32
576
448
128
 
 
 
Note: The courses marked with * are electives and students should select 4 of them.
 
8.     Field of Islamic Education
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
Islamic education (1)
2
32
32
 
Islamic philosophy and logic
General issues and principles
2.    
Islamic education (2)
2
32
32
 
Islamic education (1)
Domain and methods
3.    
Contemporary educational schools
2
32
32
 
Islamic education (1&2)
Focusing on its application in Islamic education
4.    
Philosophy of education
2
32
32
 
Islamic education and philosophy of education
Focusing on its application in Islamic ethics
5.    
Viewpoints of Muslim scholars regarding education
2
32
32
 
Islamic education (1&2)
Focusing on its application in Islamic education
6.    
Introduction to jurisprudence of education
2
32
32
 
Islamic education
 
7.    
General psychology
2
32
32
 
 
Focusing on its application in Islamic ethics
8.    
Educational behavior of the Prophet (s.a) and the Imams (a.s)
2
32
32
 
Islamic education (1&2)
 
9.    
Principles and basics of counseling and guidance
2
32
32
 
 
Focusing on counseling and guidance in Islam
10. 
Education in the Quran
2
32
32
 
 
Focusing on counseling and guidance in Islam
11. 
Education in the Quran
2
32
32
 
Islamic education (1&2)
 
12.
History of Islamic education
2
32
32
 
 
 
13.
Islamic ethics
2
32
32
 
 
 
14.
Dissertation
4
128
 
128
 
 
 
Total
30
544
416
128
 
 
Note: The courses marked with * are electives and students should select 4 of them.
 
9.     Field of Arabic Literature
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
Jurisprudence of word
2
48
16
32
 
Focusing on Mofradat and traditional texts
2.    
The inter-relationship of literature with the Quran and Hadith
2
32
32
 
 
 
3.    
Rules of writing and composition in Arabic
2
48
16
32
 
 
4.    
History of Arabic literature
2
32
32
 
 
 
5.    
Syntax and morphology (advance)
2
64
 
64
 
Syntax and morphology of the Quranic texts and Hadith
6.    
Advance reading comprehension (old and modern)
2
64
 
64
 
 
7.    
Principles and methods of translation
2
48
16
32
 
 
8.    
Meaning and rendering
2
32
32
 
 
 
9.    
Complementary rules in Arabic literature
2
32
32
 
 
 
10. 
Method of teaching the Arabic literature
2
48
16
32
 
 
11. 
Dissertation
4
128
128
 
 
 
 
Total
24
576
192
384
 
 
 
10. Field of Political Jurisprudence
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
Principles of political jurisprudence
2
32
32
 
 
 
2.    
Historical courses and schools in political jurisprudence
2
32
32
 
 
 
3.    
Principles of political jurisprudence
2
32
32
 
 
Shiite and Sunni
4.    
Jurisprudence of political issues (1)
2
32
32
 
 
Interior policy
5.    
Jurisprudence of political issues (2)
2
32
32
 
 
Foreign policy
6.    
Jurisprudence of occurring political issues
2
32
32
 
 
 
7.    
Theories of political systems in jurisprudence
2
32
32
 
 
 
8.    
Imam Khomeini’s political jurisprudence
2
32
32
 
 
 
9.    
Generalities of the Constitution
2
32
32
 
 
 
10. 
Islam’s political philosophy
2
32
32
 
 
 
11. 
Dissertation
4
 
128
128
 
 
 
Total
24
448
320
128
 
 
 
 
11. field of contemporary jurisprudence and principles of Islamic Law
 
 
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
Historical course of Ijtihad
2
32
32
 
 
 
2.    
Jurisprudential Manahij
2
32
32
 
 
 
3.    
Contemporary jurisprudential principles
2
32
32
 
 
 
4.    
Contemporary principles of Islamic Laws
5
80
80
 
 
 
5.    
Method of argument
1
32
-
32
 
Focusing on the method of argument
6.    
Contemporary Dirayeh and Rijal
2
32
32
 
 
 
7.    
Contemporary jurisprudence (1)
2
32
32
 
 
Salat, Hajj, Trades
8.    
Contemporary jurisprudence (2)
2
32
32
 
 
Political jurisprudence
9.    
Dissertation
4
 
128
128
 
 
 
Total
24
464
304
160
 
 
 
12. Field of studying the Holy Prophet of Islam
a.     Specialized course Units
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
Personality and position of the Prophet (s.a) (1)
2
32
32
 
 
According to the Quran
2.    
Personality and position of the Prophet (s.a) (2)
2
32
32
 
 
According to the Shiite Ahadith
3.    
Recognizing and criticizing the sources and texts regarding the Prophet (s.a)
2
32
32
 
 
Analyzing and criticizing the rejected, old and contemporary Rewayat
4.    
Prophet (s.a) according to the scholars’ viewpoints
2
32
32
 
 
 
5.    
Orientalists and the Prophet (s.a)
2
32
32
 
 
 
6.    
Role of the Prophet (s.a) in the growth man’s science, civilization and culture
2
32
32
 
 
 
7.    
Attitude and method of the Prophet (1)
2
32
32
 
 
Moral, education and social
8.    
Attitude and method of the Prophet (2)
2
32
32
 
 
Managerial, political and cultural
9.    
The Prophet (s.a) according to other sacred  books
2
32
32
 
 
Focusing on the Testaments
10. 
Intellect, revelation, vision and the Prophet (s.a)
2
32
32
 
 
 
11. 
Dissertation
4
 
128
128
 
 
 
Total
24
448
320
128
 
 
 
b.     Prerequisite course units:
No.
Course Units
Credit rating
Total hours
Theoretical
Practical
Pre-requisite
Notes
1.    
Analytical history of the Prophet (s.a)
2
32
32
 
 
 
2.    
A glance at the Ahadith attributed to the Prophet (s.a)
2
32
32
 
 
Schools and sayings
 
Total
4
64
64