Islamic Studies

The Department is responsible for teaching a total of 90 credit hours for all the faculties of the university. These credit hours are divided into two courses. The department has published a number of books as references for the courses taught at the Department.

Staff Members







Al Sheikh Mohammed AbdelKarim

Assistant Professor


Alaa Aldin Alamin Alzaki



Abdel Hai Yousif Abelrahim

Associate Professor


Mohamoud Almubarak Ahemd

Assistant Professor


Omer Ahemd Alnager

Assistant Professor


Mamoun Abdelrhaman Alzaki

Assistant Professor


Hajer Mohammed Ahmed Shabu

Assistant Professor


Hajer Mohammed Osman

Assistant Professor


Abdellah Osman Ahmed







  • Providing ideological, scientific connection between students and Islamic heritage.
  • Empower students, of specialization, with Islamic science in ideology, sociology, politics, economy and other fields.
  • Forming conception of correlated Islamic nation as it is stated in the Holy Quran.
  • Connecting Islam to students' life and behaviour.
  • Enriching students' faith in Allah, the only one creator of the universe.


Course Description:
First Year
1)-Definition of Islamic culture.
• Essence, importance and objectives of Islamic culture.
• Characteristic and features of Islamic culture.
• Resources of Islamic culture.


2)-Islamic doctrine:
• Definition of faith.
• Pillars of faith.
• Definition of worship, it's pillars and terms
• Terms of purity
• Terms of prayer
• Terms of funerals
• Terms of Imamate


4)-Creeds and Groups:
• Judaism
• Christianity
• Esoteric doctrine
• Secularism
5)-Science of Holy Quran:
• Revelation
• Revelation of holy Quran
• Collection of holy Quran
• Explanation of holy Quran
6)-Science of Sunnah:
• Efforts serving Sunnah
• Impugn and Modification
• Judging by Sunnah
7)- Fiqh basics:
• Proof of terms
• Legal terms and sequences
• Discretion and convention


Second Year
1)-The state in Islam.
• The Islamic state and authority
• The first theme: The nature of authority in Islamic state
• The second theme: Does the absolute control of sharia(Islamic law) lead to disagreement?
• The second chapter: Leadership in Islamic state
• The third chapter: Administrative system and its objectives in Islamic state
• The province in Islamic state
• Judiciary
• The third chapter: Political despotism
• The first theme: Signs of political despotism
• The second theme: Issues that can stop spreading of despotism
• The third theme: Freedom in Sharia(Islamic law)
• The fourth theme: Guarantee of freedom in Islam
2)-Islamic economy:
• The first chapter: Islamic economy
• The first theme: Characteristics of Islamic economy
• The second theme: Conception of public capital
• The third theme: Savings in Islam
• The fourth theme: Encouraging investment
• The fifth theme: Some versions of Islamic investment
• The second chapter: Islamic solidarity and its essence in economic reform
• The first theme: Zakat and its role in reforming economy and society
• The second theme: Bestowing possession and its role in economic reformation
• The third chapter: Islamic reformation and economic corruption
• The first theme: Monopoly
• The second theme: Raba (usury)
• The third theme: Forbidden sales
• The eighth theme: Manufacturing and selling of unlawful things
• The ninth theme: Money falsification
• The tenth theme: Bribe
• The eleventh theme: Cheat
• The solution of corruption in Islamic economy
3)- Social system in Islam :
• The first chapter: Family
• The first theme: Marriage and its objectives
• The second theme: Rights and duties between couples
• The third theme: Couples disagreement and means of reconciliation
• The fourth theme: Parents and sons rights
• The second chapter: Importance of manners in Islamic community
• The first theme: Guiding Muslims to correct belief
• The second theme: The effects of worships on individual and community life
• The third theme: Woman care and her obligation to religion matters
• The fourth theme: Co-education at universities
• The fifth theme: Bonds that hold Muslim community
4)- Intellectual contemporary issues:
• The first chapter: Contradiction of mind and revelation
• The first theme: Essence and objectives of mind in Islam
• The second theme: Islam confirming mankind's need for prophets, inability of mind to, independently find out the reality of Allah
• The third theme: What are the boundaries of mind knowledge?
• The fourth theme: Islam always presents the mind possibilities but doesn't do the opposite
• The fifth theme: Mentality school
• The sixth theme: Doubt of mind and revelation contradiction
• The seventh theme: Reply for some doubtful matters
• The second chapter: Orientalism
• The first theme: the rise of orientalism
• The second theme: Means of orientalism
• The third theme: Objectives of orientalism
• The fourth theme: The effects of orientalism on Islamic world
• The fifth theme: The truth of orientalism termination
• The sixth theme: Jewish orientalism in western world
• The third chapter: The confabulation of civilizations
• The first theme: Civilizations conflict
• The second theme: Civilizations' confabulation.............can it be actual?
• The third theme: Islamic accepted concepts of confabulation
• The fourth theme: Muslim's doctrinal basis of tolerance with opponents
• The fifth theme: Conditions of civilized confabulation
• The sixth theme: Confabulation from Islamic point of view
• The seventh theme: Civilized competition
• The eighth theme: Refused Islamic concepts of confabulation
• The ninth theme: Islamic civilized progress
5)-Contemporary religious issues:
• The first theme: Some rules for contemporary religious issues
• The second theme: Installment sale
• The third theme: Banking consignments
• The fourth theme: Abortion
• The fifth theme: Decease indication from doctors and religious men point of view and the matter of taking off the refreshment devices from brain deceased patients.
6)-Studying some holy Quran and Sunnah texts, concerning miraculous nature of Holy Quran, according to specialization.

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