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Law & Comparative Jurisprudence

BA Level (4 Years)

This programme provides normal academic syllabus of International Law with an extra emphasis on its comparative study with Islamic laws.
Such programme is useful for those who want to get involved in practices where Muslims are involved or have to deal with Islamic states.
The programme spans over four academic years, each consisting of 42 weeks, minimum of 80% attendance is mandatory.

First year modules

Modules Number of units
1. Arabic Grammar and Morphology 60
2. English Language 40
3. History of Law 40
4. Principles of Jurisprudence 50
5. Theology 55
6. Logic 41
7. Constitution Law 40
8. Introduction to Law 24
Total 350

 

Second year modules

Modules Number of units
1. Administrative Law 28
2. Research Methods 33
3. Civil Law 40
4. Penal Law 40
5. Personal and Inheritance law 56
6. History of Islamic jurisprudence 60
7. Commercial Law 40
Total 297

 

Third year modules

Modules Number of units
1. Comparative Jurisprudence 32
2. International Law 48
3. Civil Law (Contracts & Deals) 30
4. Juristic Regulations 50
5. Introduction to French & British Law 60
6. Introduction to Jurisprudence 25
Total 245

 

Fourth year modules

Modules Number of units
1. Jurisprudence (Business & Trade) 24
2. Commentary on Quran 50
3. Legal & Commercial Terms 40
4. Private International Law 40
5. Public Finance
6. Dissertation*
Total 154

 

* Final Year Dissertation 
The objective of writing a dissertation in the final year in addition to the term essays, is to enable students to use the methods and mechanisms of writing an academic research and to be qualified for graduation in the last year. At this stage, students will be able to:

  • Choose the titles for their graduation dissertation
  • Set the outline of the dissertation plan
  • Use the right resources for the dissertation
  • Collect the required academic materials
  • Write the dissertation in a proper and professional way
  • Defend the outcome of the dissertation