Islamic Studies

The Islamic Studies course offered by our institution is divided into several classes that deal with the aspects of every Muslim’s essential religious knowledge. Each lesson starts from a basic level and gradually proceeds to an advanced level. Our Islamic studies structure is as follows:

  • Aqidah is an Islamic term meaning “creed.” Our Aqidah course cements articles of faith. It covers the essentials of Aqidah, such as:
    1. Belief in God and tawhid (monotheism)
    2. Belief in the angels
    3. Belief in the Islamic holy books
    4. Belief in the prophets and messengers
    5. Belief in the Last Judgment and Resurrection
    6. Belief in predestination.


The Arabic word fiqh means “deep understanding,” and Islamic law is called fiqh. The course develops a deep knowledge of the different matters of Islamic law. It interprets rules of Allah that concern actions, what is required (Wajib), sinful (haraam), recommended, disapproved (makruh), or neutral (mubah). The syllabus is divided into Fiqh Essentials and Advanced Topics that cover the opinions of the four prominent schools (Malki, Shafi, Hanfi, and Hanbali).


It refers to the record of the traditions or sayings of the Prophet Muhammad. Our Hadith course covers the essentials of Hadith, such as:

  • 40 Hadith Nawawiالأربعون النووية
  • 40 Hadith Qudsiالحديث القدسي

Islamic History:

The Islamic History Syllabus explores various topics, such as the beginning of creation and the Golden Age of Islam. The course provides information about the culture, religion, politics, and people in Islamic history.

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