POLICY OF MAIS WITH CONCENTRATION IN ARABIC
IOU Policy # ST/016/2015
The purpose of this policy is to define the admission protocol of MA in Islamic Studies with Concentration in Arabic Program at the Islamic Online University.
Date of Approval
July 29, 2015.
To facilitate the applicants of MA in Islamic Studies Program who are eligible to join the program with sound background of Islamic Studies but lack expertise in the Arabic language or wish to improve the knowledge of Arabic language and grammar, the Islamic Online University is launching a new program: MA in Islamic Studies with Concentration in Arabic.
1.1 Important Point to Note
A. The eligibility criteria that make a student eligible to apply for the MA in Islamic Studies with Concentration in Arabic Program are the same as mentioned in IOU Policy # ST/001/2015.
B. The eligible applicants may choose this stream of study on their own accord.
C. In some cases, the University may recommend certain applicants to pursue this stream of study when they do not acquire the passing score at the MA Arabic Exemption Exam.
D. The MA students of this stream will enroll into the BMAIS Arabic I, II and III courses along with the Bridge Diploma to MAIS students. The MAIS students may not enroll into Intensive Arabic Program alongside the MA Program due to the shorter length of the Intensive Arabic sessions per semester.
Tawheed Asmaa Wa Sifaat
ARB BM 101
Arabic Grammar BMAIS I
Saheeh Al Bukhari: Chapter on Sales (Fat’hul Bari)
Contemporary Fiqh Issues
History of the modern Muslim world
ARB BM 102
Arabic Grammar BMAIS II
Qada Wa Siyaa’sa Shar’eeyah
ARB BM 201
Arabic Grammar BMAIS III
Defense of the Sunnah
Arabic Communication Skills
Benefits of the Policy
This policy will provide the scope to study Arabic in further details for those students who desire to do so or may have the need to do so.
The same fees structure of MAIS Program per semester will apply to this stream of study based on classification of countries by Human Development Index.