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Bachelor of Law

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Bachelor of Law Study Plan


with minor Shari’a in Mliki Jurisprudence

and another Minor Shari’a in Shafi’i Jurisprudence


Objectives, outputs and contents of the academic program


Document

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Date of Issue

Reasons

QMS-GS01\2

Study Plan for the Bachelor of Law with minor

Shari’a

fourth

26-6-2020

Documents of Accreditation Renewal

2020

Vision:

To be one of the prominent colleges in studying and teaching shari’a and law in a contemporary vision pursuant to today’s demands and labor market needs.


Mission:

Preparing graduates to be leaders in society and equipping them with skills of creative thinking and specialized scientific research in the fields of Sharia and law in an authentic, flexible, contemporary and innovative manner.


Values:

  • Excellence

  • Professionalism

  • Moderation

  • Social commitment

  • Creativity and innovation

  • Authenticity, flexibility and contemporisation


College goals:

  1. Provide opportunities for continuous academic study in the fields of Sharia and law for male and female students alike, and contribute in providing regional needs for human cadres in Islamic Sharia and legal science, in line with the requirements of the labor market.


  2. Provide the means and capabilities that turn out graduates equipped to work in the areas of Islamic and Civil jurisdiction, Ifta’, barristering, Islamic and legal consultation, jurisprudential and positivist research, preaching, and Islamic economy and business in line with the day’s demands.


  3. Prepare advocates including imams, preachers and educators to be righteous role models who contribute to growth of a moderate generation that understands Islam holistically away from extremism and exaggeration, following the approach of wisdom and dialogue to spread Islamic culture.

  4. Prepare female Muslim advocates educated spiritually and intellectually, and give them their chance of acquiring knowledge to play their natural role in community development and educating the younger generation inside and outside the family institution, following an approach that balances understanding the spirit of Sharia and the law, and realizing the day’s requirements, prospects and challenges.


  5. Provide the opportunity to acquire Islamic sciences in accordance with the approach of our righteous predecessors, which is based on respecting the legislative principles of the four schools, especially the school of Imam Malik bin Anas, away from currents of deviation or intellectual and ideological extremism.


  6. Provide the opportunity to acquire legal sciences compared with Shariah, and identify their ethical pillars.


  7. Continuous commitment to performance quality and sustainable improvement of education services, systems and structures, in order to achieve competitive excellence for graduates in the local and regional labor market.


  8. Encourage scientific research and specialized scientific research, and strive to make the college an advanced center for research in the country. This is reflected in supporting writings and translations related to the accredited specialization, holding conferences, seminars and workshops inside the college, and participating in these activities outside the college.


  9. Develop academic and scientific partnerships through openness to academic and scientific institutions inside and outside the country, communicate with them in order to exchange experience and researches, and cooperate to achieve sustainable academic and scientific development.


  10. Communicate with the society implementing the principle of moderation by promoting a culture of commitment, and contributing to meet the needs of the local community in terms of public awareness capabilities.

  11. Provide consultations, studies and services related to Sharia and law to government departments and the private sector.

  12. Provide a mechanism for facilitation and accreditation of scholarships.

    Law Department goals:

    1. Provide local and regional needs for human carders in legal sciences with Islamic background in accordance with labor market demand, and turn out graduate equipped to work in the areas of Civil jurisdiction, barristering, judiciary administration, civil administration, legal consultation, and legal research in line with the day’s demands


    2. Provide the opportunity to acquire Islamic sciences in accordance with the approach of our righteous predecessors, which is based on respecting the legislative principles of the four schools, especially the school of Imam Malik bin Anas


    3. Provide the opportunity to acquire legal sciences compared with Shariah to promote the student’s analytical and practical skills


    4. Continuous commitment to performance quality and sustainable improvement of education services, systems and structures, in order to achieve competitive excellence for graduates in the local and regional labor market.


    5. Encourage specialized scientific research, support writings and translations related to the accredited specialization, holding conferences, seminars and workshops inside the college, and participating in these activities outside the college.


    6. Promote a culture of commitment, Provide consultations, studies and services related to legal sciences to government departments and the private sector.

The intersection of the law department goals with the general goals of the college:


Department goals


College Goals


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The goals and outcomes of the Bachelor of Law Program


Goals

Outcomes

Means of evaluation

Five fields of learning outcomes in the National Qualifications

Framework

1- Enabling the student to know the characteristics of both Islamic and legal legislations, and their applications

1-To identify the characteristics of Islamic legislation, its sources, and its ethical pillars.

1،2،4،12،14

knowledge

2-To define the law concept, its sources, foundations of its legislations, and the effect of legal rules

1،2،4،12،14

1-knowledge

3- to demonstrate legal rules and legal systems in various issues in accordance with scientific principles followed

1،4،5،10،14

1-knowledge

4- To compare between legal and Islamic legislation, and inferring rulings in their

light

1،4،5،10،14

1-knowledge

2. Providing the student with skills of analyzing legal texts and inferring them when dealing with current issues

5-to identify the current issues and emerging problems in the context of

various legal transactions

5،10،12،14

2- Skills

6- to deduce from legal texts rulings that regulate and legislate these transactions

5،10،12،14

4-Role in Context

7- to describe emerging legislations methodologically and identify their

applications

1،2،4،12،14

2- Skills

3. Improving the student’s

expertise to solve the occurred

8-to find solutions for occurred issues in

accordance with legal rules and

3،5،9،10،11

13

4-Role in

Context

issues in accordance with legal

procedures, and foundations of Shari’a



and Islamic legislations





9- to apply law rulings in an advanced

3،7،9،13

3-Responsibility


way according to standards of labor




market institutions during external




practical training




10- to apply rulings of legal texts

distinguishably at profession practicing

11

2- Skills


meetings




11- to perform his work after graduation excellently reflecting his\her skills acquired in Shar’ia and law according to labor market needs

8،9

3-Responsibility

4. enhancing the student’s skills adequately to prepare methodical scientific researches

12- to order his\her thoughts logically and systematically

5،10

2- Skills

13- to do his scientific projects in a way that reflects the basic skills of the

specialization

4،5،10،13

2- Skills

14- to argue and refute arguments persuasively in a proper language

1،2،5،12،14

4-Role in context

15-to use Arabic and English references

in Sharia and law appropriately to support his\her scientific work

5،10

2- Skills

5. providing the student with

16- to use Internet including digital

5،6،7،12،13

5-Self

modern technology skills

libraries and banks of information to


development


support his\her various projects and




researches




17-to apply computer skills appropriately in his\her work

3،6،7،8،9،1

3

5-Self development

6. Enabling the student to

understand Islamic principles

18-to clarify the principles of Shari’a,

and faith in the context of refuting

1،4،5،10

12،14

1-Knowledge

taking into account the spirit of

suspicions



the time, and to acquire the




professional ethics

19-to describe the most important

epistemological features of the age and

1،4،8،9،10

12،14

1-knowledge


some of its scientific features.




20-to acquire the professional ethics

through stating opinions objectively, and

3،7،8،9،12

13

  1. Responsibility

  2. Role in context


working with others as a team according




to the demands of the labor market




Means and tools of evaluation

1.Exams

2.The integrative course

3.External

practical training

4.In-class evaluation

5. students’ researches

6.Surveys of

current students

7.Surveys of

students expected to graduate

8.Surveys

of graduates

9. labor market surveys

10. Students’ profiles

11. profession

practicing exams

12. Groups meetings

13.practical

performance assessment

14.Comprehensive exam

A matrix shows courses coverage of the outcomes of the academic program



Outcome Numbers

Course Title

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

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13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

Arabic Language












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*

*

*





English Communication

Skills














*

*






Introduction to

Economy



*

*

*

*

*



*

*





*



*


Psychology



















*

*

Information

Technology



















*

*

Principles of

Nutrition science



















*

*

Sociology



















*

*

Creativity and

Innovation Skills













*






*

*

Basics of

Mathematics












*







*

*

Principles of General

Administration



*






*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*



*

*

Human Rights

*


*

*

*

*

*





*

*

*

*

*


*

*

*

Islamic Civilization

*











*

*

*




*



Introduction to

Legislation

*



*




*








*





Jurisprudence of

personal Status Matrimonial Law

*



*




*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*





Jurisprudence of

Inheritance and Wills

*



*




*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*





Rules of Recitation

and Memorization


















*



Fundamentals of

Jurisprudence

*



*








*


*

*

*





Islamic Creed 1












*


*


*


*

*


Science of Hadith and

its derivation

*














*






Contemporary Medical Jurisprudential

Research

*



*




*




*

*

*

*

*



*


Comparative

Criminal Law

*



*




*




*

*

*

*

*





Scientific Research

Principles












*

*

*

*

*




*

Introduction to Law


*

*



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*




*

Constitutional Law



*

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*

*


*

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*




*

*




*

Public International

Law


*

*


*

*

*




*




*

*




*

Civil Transactions

Law


*

*

*

*

*

*


*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*




*

Administrative Law



*




*


*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*



*

*

Private International

Law


*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*




*

Labor Law


*

*


*

*

*

*

*

*

*




*

*




*

Commercial

Transactions Law


*

*

*

*

*

*


*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*




*

Public Criminal Law


*

*

*





*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*




*

Private Criminal Law


*

*

*





*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*




*

Civil Procedures Law


*






*

*

*



*

*

*

*




*

Penal Procedures

Law


*






*

*

*



*

*

*

*




*

Public Finance and

Tax Law


*

*


*

*

*


*

*

*

*

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*

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Criminology


*

*


*


*


*

*

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*

*

*



*


Environment

Protection Law


*

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*

*

*


*






*

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*

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International

Organizations



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*

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*




*

*




*

E-Commerce Law



*


*

*

*


*

*

*




*

*

*


*

*

International

Economy


*

*


*

*

*







*

*

*



*

*

Economic

Legislations


*

*


*

*

*


*

*

*



*

*

*




*

Criminal Legislations


*

*


*

*

*




*



*

*

*




*

Intellectual Property

Law


*

*


*

*

*





*

*

*

*

*



*

*

International Trade

Law


*

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*

*

*

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*

*

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*

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Aviation and Marine

Law


*

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*



*




*

*




*

Readings in Law (E)












*

*

*

*

*





International

Criminal Law



*


*


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Practical Training








*

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Graduation Project












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Objectives and Outcomes of the Minor Program of Maliki Jurisprudence


Objectives

Outcomes

Means of evaluation

Five fields of learning outcomes in the National Qualifications

Framework

1-Enabling the student to identify the characteristics of Islamic legislation and Improving his\her skills of analyzing Islamic legislative texts and identifying rulings

1-To identify the characteristics of Islamic

legislation, its sources, and its ethical pillars.

1،2،4،12،14

1-knowledge

2- To know the Islamic rulings in the various

issues, and infer them methodologically

1،4،5،10،14

1-knowledge

3-To analyze the different Islamic legislative

texts, and examine the inferred rulings

1،2،4،5،10،11

2- Skills

4-To compare opinions of the four schools

and apply the criticism approach

1،4،5،10،14

2- Skills


A matrix shows courses coverage of the outcomes



Outcome Numbers

Course

1

2

3

4

Maliki Jurisprudence of Worships

*

*

*

*

Maliki Jurisprudence of Transactions

*

*

*

*


Objectives and Outcomes of the Minor Program of Shafi’i Jurisprudence


Objectives

Outcomes

Means of evaluation

Five fields of learning outcomes in the National

Qualifications Framework

1-Enabling the student to identify the characteristics of Islamic legislation and Improving his\her skills of analyzing Islamic legislative texts and identifying provisions

1-To identify the characteristics of Islamic

legislation, its sources, and its ethical pillars.

1،2،4،12،14

1-knowledge

2- To know the Islamic provisions in the various issues, and inferring them

methodologically

1،4،5،10،14

1-knowledge

3-To analyze the different Islamic legislative

texts, and examine the inferred provisions.

1،2،4،5،10،11

2- Skills

4-To compare opinions of the four schools

and apply the criticism approach

1،4،5،10،14

2- Skills


A matrix shows courses coverage of the outcomes



Outcome Numbers

Course

1

2

3

4

Shafi’I Jurisprudence of Worships

*

*

*

*

Shafi’I Jurisprudence of

Transactions

*

*

*

*

Requirements of Bachelor of Law Program and the Credit Hours



Bachelor of Law

Requirements

Elective

Total


College General

Requirements

18

6

24


Department Mutual

Requirements

18

-

18

Department Specialized

Requirement

73

9

82


Total of credit hours

109

15

124


Requirements of Minor Program (Maliki Jurisprudence) and the Credit Hours


Minor Sharia

Requirements

Electives

Total

Requirements of Minor Sharia (Maliki

Jurisprudence)

12

-

12

Total of credit hours

12

-

12


Requirements of Minor Program (Maliki Jurisprudence) and the Credit Hours


Minor of Sharia

Requirements

Electives

Total

Requirements of Minor Sharia (Shafi’i

Jurisprudence)

12

-

12

Total of credit hours

12

-

12


Codes used to number courses


Codes used to number courses: The first number to the left indicates the department (1 for general courses, 2 for Shari’a, 3 for Law). The second number indicates the level. The third number indicates the semester. Tthe fourth and the fifth numbers indicate the field of the course. The sixth and the seventh indicate the order of the course in the same semester.


Codes used for credit hours: the code (1: 1-1) means that the credit hours are (1) ordered as follows: each theoretical hour is followed by one practical hour. The code (2: 2-1) means that the credit hours are(2) ordered as follows: each two theoretical hours are followed by one practical hour. The code (3: 2-2) means that the credit hours are (3) ordered as follows: each two theoretical hours are followed by two practical hours.


A pre-requisite means the student cannot be enrolled in a required course listed in the same box unless s\he passes the pre-requisite course related to it.

Study Plan and Course Bachelor of Law


A- College General Requirements


Course No.


Course Title


Prerequisite

No. of credit

hours

Time of the course


Level

Semester

1110101

Arabic language (1)

-

3

First

First

1110203

Communication skills

(English)

-

2:2-1

First

First

3110903

Introduction to

Economics

-

3

First

First

1120402

Information technology 1

-

3:2-2

First

Second

1120505

Introduction to

nutrition

-

2

First

Second

1220101

Arabic language (2)

1110101

3

Second

Second

1220206

Creative and

innovation skills

-

2

Second

Second

No. of credit hours

18




B- Elective General College Requirements (the student chooses 6 credit hours from 21 hours)


Course No.


Course Title


Prerequisite

No. of

credit hours

Time of the course

Level

Semester

1110302

Sociology

-

3

First

First

1120305

General Psychology

-

3

First

Second

1210305

Fundamentals of New

Mathematics

-

3

First

First


1210504

Human Rights in Islam and International

Agreements


-


3


Second


First

1220504

Islamic civilization

-

3

Second

Second

3210602

Principles of Public

Administration

-

3

Second

First

1220405

Advanced Computer

Skills

1120402

3:2-2

Second

Second

No. of credit hours

6




C- Compulsory Mutual Department Requirements


Course No.


Course Title


Prerequisite

No. of credit

hours

Time of the course

Level

Semester

2110306

Introduction to Islamic

Legislation

-

3

First

First

3110107

Introduction to the law

-

3

First

First

2110708

Rules of Recitation and

Memorization (1)

-

1:1-1

First

First

1210604

Research Methodology

After studying

(34) hours

2:2-1

Second

First

2220907

Islamic Creed(1)

-

3

Second

Second


2310103

Comparative Jurisprudence of

Personal Status


2110306


3


Third


First


2320104

Comparative Jurisprudence of

Inheritance and Wills


2310103


3


Third


Second

No. of credit hours

18




D- Compulsory Specialization Requirements


Course No.


Course Title


Prerequisite

No. of

credit hours

Time of the course

Level

Semester

3120707

Constitutional Law and

Political Systems

-

3

First

Second

3120509

Public International Law E

3110107

3

First

Second

2120405

Foundations of Islamic

Jurisprudence

2110306

3

First

Second


3210209

Civil Transactions Law (1)

Voluntary commitment sources


3110107


2


Second


First

3220608

Administrative Law

3110107

3

Second

Second


3220209

Civil Transactions Law (2)

Non-voluntary sources of commitment


3210209


2


Second


Second


3310504

Private International Law (1)

Nationality and status of foreigners


3210209


2


Third


First

3310205

Labor Law and Social

legislation

3210209

3

Third

First


3310206

Civil Transactions Law (3)

rulings of commitment

and evidence


3220209


3


Third


First


3310408

Commercial Transactions Law (1) Merchant and business

theory E


3210209


3


Third


First

3310804

General Criminal Law

3110107

3

Third

First


3320205

Civil Transactions Law (4)

Named contracts


3310206


3


Third


Second

3321006

Legal Readings in

English) 1

1110203

2

Third

Second

3320307

Civil Procedure Law (1)

3210209

3:2-2

Third

Second


3410406

Commercial Transactions Law (2) Corporations and

bankruptcy


3310408


3


Fourth


First

3410801

Private Criminal Law

3320804

3

Fourth

First

3411002

Legal Readings in

English (2)

3321006

2

Fourth

First

3410603

Public Finance and Tax

Legislation

3110903

3

Fourth

First


3410504

Private International Law (2)

Conflict of laws and

jurisdiction


3310504


2


Fourth


First

3410205

Intellectual Property law

3220209

3

Fourth

First

3420302

Civil Procedure Law (2)

3320307

2:2-1

Fourth

Second

3420303

Criminal Procedure Law

3410801

3:2-2

Fourth

Second


3420204

Civil Transactions Law (5)

Rights in kind


3320205


3


Fourth


Second


3420407

International Commercial Arbitration


3320307


3


Fourth


Second


3420405

Commercial Transactions Law (3) Bank operations and

banking


3410406


3


Fourth


Second

3411210

Graduation Research

1210603

after 100 hr

2

Fourth

First

3411110

Internal and external practical training

3210209

3320307

3

After (90) hours in minimum

No. of credit hours

73




E- Elective Specialization Requirements (the student chooses three courses of this group)


Course No.


Course Title


Prerequisite

No. of credit

hours

Time of the course

Level

Semester

2120609

Science of Hadith and its

Authentication

-

3:2-2

First

Second

3210810

Criminology

3110107

3

Second

First

3210812

Environmental

Protection Act E

3110107

3

Second

First


2220208

Contemporary Medical

Jurisprudential Researches


2110306


3


Second

Second

3310510

International

organizations E

3120509

3

Third

Second

3310409

E-commerce laws

3220209

3

Third

First

3320910

International Economics E

3110903

3

Third

First


3320909

Economic Legislation

and *Customer Protection Law


3210209


3


Third


Second

2410402

Fundamentals of

Jurisprudence (3)

2210407

3

Fourth

First

2420201

Comparative criminal

jurisprudence

2110306

3

Fourth

Second

3420806

*Special penal

legislation

3410801

3

Fourth

Second

3420809

International criminal

law

3410801

3

Fourth

Second

3420408

Maritime and Air Law

3310408

3

Fourth

Second

No. of credit hours

9




Total No. of credit hours

124

Minor Sharia (Maliki Jurisprudence) Requirements of Minor Sharia (Maliki Jurisprudence)


Course No.


Course Title


Prerequisite

No. of credit

hours

Time of the course

Level

Semester

2110104

Maliki Jurisprudence

of Worships (1)

2110306

3

First

First

2120104

Maliki Jurisprudence

of Worship (2)

2110104

3

First

Second

2210105

Maliki Jurisprudence

of Transactions 1

2120104

3

Second

First

2220105

Maliki Jurisprudence

of Transactions 2

2210105

3

Second

Second

No. of credit hours

12




Minor Sharia (Shafi’i Jurisprudence)

Requirements of Minor Sharia (Shafi’i Jurisprudence)



Course No.


Course Title


Prerequisite

No. of credit

hours

Time of the course

Level

Semester

2110105

Shafi’i Jurisprudence

of Worship (1)

2110306

3

First

First

2120105

Shaf’i Jurisprudence of

Worship (2)

2110105

3

First

Second

2210106

Shafi’i Jurisprudence

of Transactions 1

2120105

3

Second

First

2220106

Shafi’i Jurisprudence

of Transactions 2

2210106

3

Second

Second

No. of credit hours

12



Objectives and Outcomes of the Courses

First: College General Courses


Means and Tools of Assessment

1-Exams

2- In-class assessment

3- Research

4- The student’s profile

5- Groups meetings

6- Practical performence


Course

Objectives

Outcomes

Arabic Language (1-2)

  1. Improving the student’s language and making him\her proud of his\her language

  2. Improving the student’s writing skills

  3. Providing the student with rhetoric language skills using figures of speech and compositional techniques

  1. To know that speech is letters, words, and sentences

  2. To identify syntactic features 3-To set suffixes correctly

  1. To read properly and experience the pleasure of reading

  2. To identify writing styles and the features of each style

  3. To write letters and brief research

  4. To make his\her writing comprehensible and express his\her purposes properly

  5. To use various figures of speech in his\her writing

  6. To distinguish between the different linguistic styles based on the significance of each style

  7. To analyze morphological compositions easily

English Communication Skills

1-Explaining English grammar 2-Improving reading skills

3-Improving conversational skills 4-Developing proper writing skills

  1. To analyze English syntax

  2. To compose proper, meaningful sentences 3-To read English texts correctly

  1. To summarize, discuss, and comment on these texts

  2. To quote from English books

  3. To Improve listening skills, and understand speech well.

  4. To enrich his\her vocabulary

  5. To discuss some ideas in English

  6. To write letters and summaries satisfactorily

Information Technology

  1. Providing the student with concepts and principles of information technology

  2. Improving Computer skills

  3. Providing the student with skills and methods of information protection

  1. To understand the importance of modern technology and its programs

  2. To identify computer parts and their functions

  3. To use computer well

  4. To apply systems of file management, word processing and slideshows

  5. To use tools of computer protection 6-To use internet effectively


4-Providing the student with

electronic research skills to employ them in his\her study

7-To use computer for research and data collection

Introduction to Economy

1-Clarifying principles of Economy 2-Enabling the student to understand current economic issues

  1. To explain the concept of economy and its purposes, ways of studying and its relation with other sciences

  2. To define the economic problem, its reasons, and solutions, and to explain determinants of supply and demand, flexibility, government intervention in the market, production theory and economic markets

  3. To analyze the reasons of big economic issues such as unemployment, inflation, budget deficit and deterioration of exchange rate

  4. To understand concepts of national income, domestic product and its calculation method, consumption, banking system, and fiscal and monetary policy

6-To conduct a research on one of the topics mentioned above

Principles of Nutrition science

  1. Explaining the importance of nutrition to the body health

  2. Providing the student with knowledge to realize the relation between nutrition, community health and disease prevention

  1. To explain scientifically the role of nutrition and healthy diets to maintain the health of individuals and community

  2. To show studies in nutrition which explain reasons of chronic diseases and their prevention means

  3. To put a nutritionist and healthy diet for many common diseases to overcome them

  4. To conclude many harmful nutrition problems 5-To analyze the basic elements required to change the nutrition system of individuals and community alike.

Innovation and Creativity Skills

  1. Providing the student with concepts, , theories and systems of creativity and innovation

  2. Enhancing the student’s skills in communication, problem solving, team work, and self and time management

  3. Enabling the student to use creative thinking skills and tools to produce creative projects that meet Emirati national qualifications

1-To understand concepts of innovation and creativity and their contemporary applications 2-To use innovative means to solve problems and apply creative thinking

  1. To look for ways of restoring, collecting and organizing data to employ it in creative, innovative projects

  2. To identify theories of decision making, self and time management, and effort investment 5-To work effectively within teams applying international theories of collective innovation and creativity

Sociology

Introducing basic concepts of

sociology

1-To define social behavior and its role in

creating the social phenomenon



  1. To analyze social phenomena through criticizing social organizations

  2. To compare between the different theories of sociology, and ideas of its pioneers

Basics of Mathematics

  1. Introducing the basics and principles of new mathematics

  2. Providing the student with skills of mathematical thinking

  3. Providing the student with skills of solving mathematical problems

  1. To identify terms and basic concepts of new mathematics

  2. To solve some important mathematical equations

  3. To define elements of mathematical logic and its role in establishing thinking principles and modern life progress

  4. To think about some patterns of new mathematics

  5. To analyze reasons of the mathematical problem and identify its elements

  6. To solve some mathematical equations in the context of the course

  7. To give examples on correct or incorrect mathematical theories in the context of the course

Psychology

  1. Introducing concepts of psychology

  2. Providing the student with skills of applying psychological theories in life

  1. To summarize history of psychological theories

  2. To define basic concepts of various fields of psychology

  3. To apply concepts of psychology in communication with others to understand their psychology

  4. To apply steps of behavior modification reasonably

Islamic Civilization

  1. Enabling the student to understand Implications of civilization and it relation to culture

  2. Introducing the general features of Islamic civilization and clarifying its cycle

  1. To define civilization and its cycle, in addition to its relation to development

  2. To distinguish between civilization and culture, and their effects on each other

  3. To explain features of Islamic civilization and what distinguishes it from other civilizations

  4. To identify the cultural and social aspects of this civilization

Human Rights in Islam and International Agreements

  1. Introducing human rights agreements in Islam and other legislations

  2. Enabling the student to identify the rights and their enforcement in various legislations

  1. To compare human rights in Islam with other legislations

  2. To discuss human rights in contemporary International agreements

  3. To apply human rights enacted in the Federal Law of UAE

Advanced Computer

Skills

1-Introducing advanced terms and concepts of computer

1-to identify the importance of cloud computing and its applications


  1. Providing the student with online learning, teaching, and communication skills

  2. Providing the student with advanced computer skills

  3. Providing the student with advanced electronic research skills

  1. To use the most important Office online applications, and 365

  2. To use the most important available databases 4-To apply data management software: Access and Excel

5-To use the most important systems of communication and electronic participation 6-To use the most important systems of education management

7-To talk about the most important legal, ethical and information security related to computer

Principles of General Administration

1-Introducing the basics and principles of general administration 2-Providing the student with effective administration standards 3-Improving the student’s skills to analyze administration procedures

  1. To explain the concept of general administration, its importance and its role in the general life

  2. To describe factors of modern administration growth under the adaption of total quality management

  3. To identify factors of administrative development and conditions of employment 4-To identify elements of administrative planning

  1. To explain the concept of transparency in the context of administrative reform

  2. To apply rules of solving problems of governmental administration in studying an

administrative problem


Second: College Mutual Requirements


Course

Objectives

Outcomes

Introduction to Islamic Legislation

  1. Introducing Islamic legislation characteristics, history and recourses

  2. Introducing the Islamic legislation schools and their contributions

  1. To explain the importance of legislation, features of legislation and jurisprudence, the relation of Islamic legislation to the law and other legislations.

  2. To identify the sources of Islamic legislation, and distinguish between them

  3. To analyze the historical stages of Islamic legislation and the features of each stage

  4. To explain the current status of Islamic jurisprudence and its contemporary challenges

  5. To identify the current scientific efforts to codify the Islamic jurisprudence and its contribution to enrich the Arab and international legislations

  6. To understand the interpretive mindsets of the fours scholars and the circumstances of each school emergence 7-To conduct a research on any of the course’s topics

Introduction to Law

  1. Introducing the concept of law

  2. Introducing the concept of right and its theories

  3. Providing the student with the spirit of abiding by the law

  1. To define the basic terms and rules of the law branches and the right theory, in addition to the sources and domain of each one

  2. To explain principles and basic legal theories of the various branches of law, and their role in establishing the legal system and community stability in UAE

  3. To explain the legal texts in accordance with established exegesis rules

  4. To analyze the legal rules, its foundations and sources 5-To compare between Islamic legislation, legal rulings, and other social rules in the community

6-To make his\her behavior compliant with the law

Recitation and Memorization 1

  1. Introducing some requirements of the recitation science

  2. Reciting Qur’an verses properly

  3. Improving the student’s ability of memorization

  1. To explain rules of noon sakinah, tanween and meem

  2. To clarify rules of madd (vowel prolongation) 3-To explain rules of start and pause

  1. To recite verses properly applying rules of noon sakinah, tanween and meem

  2. To apply madd (vowel prolongation) rules in recitation 6-To apply rules of start and pause in recitation

7-To memorize the part 30 of the Qur’an

Methodologies of Scientific research

  1. Introducing features, schools, methodologies of scientific research and its relation with logic

  2. Providing the student with the principles and regulations that produce a successful research

  3. Training the student to apply methodologies in research writing

  4. Providing the student with knowledge and skills required in manuscript verification

  1. To compare between the various scientific methodologies to choose the most appropriate one to his\her specialization

  2. To identify accurately the relation of research methodologies to the logic of evidence verification

  3. To identify the principles and conditions of the approved research and the qualities of the researcher

  4. To use the available references and classify them accurately especially the ones related to studies of Islamic legislation and Law

  5. To quote texts from the available recourses and classify them in accordance with the followed methodology

  6. To use quotes in the research documented properly

  7. To conduct a research based on a previous plan applying principles of the accurate scientific research

  8. To identify the importance, types and places of manuscripts, in addition to the rules of its verification

Islamic Creed

1

  1. Explaining the concept of

    creed, the creed science, and its role in spreading the Islamic message

  2. Enabling the student to understand the meaning of faith, and its role in human life 3-Providing the student with inferential skills to know the truth, its features, and its effects on human behavior.

  1. To present historical stages of the Islamic creed, its terms,

    and people who wrote about these terms

  2. To define the creed, and the science of creed, explaining factors of its growth and requirements of its modernization 3-To identify the role of both revelation and reason in faith, and know its foundations and branches

  1. To analyze opinions of Kalamya schools about the truth of faith

  2. To believe in the existence of God objectively through Islamic, rational, and universal proofs

  3. To discuss thoughts objectively in subjects of God’s characteristics



7-To connect realizing the characteristics and meanings of

God’s names with fate and destiny

Jurisprudence of Personal Status

  1. Providing the student with rulings of personal status in accordance with the four schools of jurisprudence compared with personal status law

  2. Enabling the student to realize social and psychological value of the family and its effects on behavior of individuals and the community

  3. Connect rulings of personal status with today’s realities to solve family issues

  1. To identify rulings of personal status in Islamic jurisprudence and the law, and the jurisprudence followed in UAE law of personal status

  2. To compare between rulings of personal status in Islamic jurisprudence and the law

  3. To answer inquiries and refute suspicions properly 4-To explain how both Islamic and legal systems deal

with personal status, in matters of their roles and effects 5-To benefit from field visits to specialized courts and family reconciliation offices

6-To conduct a research in one of the personal status issues

Comparative Jurisprudence of Wills and Inheritance

  1. Providing the student with rulings of wills and inheritance in Islamic jurisprudence compared to personal status law

  2. Clarifying inheritance legitimacy and its importance in social life

  3. Clarifying wills legitimacy and its importance in maintaining public interests

  1. To be able to refute suspicions about the inheritance system in Islam

  2. To understand rulings of inheritance enacted in the personal status law of UAE

  3. To explain rulings of inheritance jurisprudence comparatively

  4. To solve issues related to inheritance and wills in accordance with Islamic jurisprudence and the law

  5. To answer inquiries related to inheritance and wills accurately

  6. To conduct a research on one issue related to personal status

Third: Requirements of Law Department


Means and Tools of Assessment

1-Exams

2- In-class assessment

3- Research

4- The student’s profile

5- Groups meetings

6- Practical performance


Course

Objectives

Outcomes

Constitutional law and political systems

  1. Providing the student a general idea of the country's political systems and constitutional laws

  2. Providing the student with the skill of analysis and criticism in the context of the course topics

  1. To explain the concept of the constitution and its relation to other laws, particularly the administrative law.

  2. To distinguish between the types of constitutions, in terms of the form, the mechanism of amendment, and the position of the UAE constitution regarding these types.

  3. To define the concept of *oversight the constitutionality of laws and their types and discuss the role of the Federal Supreme Court and its relationship with other authorities.

  4. To discuss and analyze the nature and characteristics of the most important political systems.

  5. To be aware of the public authorities in the United Arab Emirates in terms of their structures and competence.

  6. To define the individuals’ rights and their guarantees in accordance with the constitution of the United Arab Emirates.

  7. To submit research papers related to the course topics.

Public International law (English)

  1. Introducing the concept of public international law, in addition to its sources, people and limits.

  2. Providing the student with the skill of analysis and criticism in the context of the course topics

  1. To define the concept of public international law and its relationship to the national law.

  2. To distinguish between the rulings of the International law in times of war and peace.

  3. To clarify the elements of the state’s territory, the land, the air, and the marine.

  4. To analyze the application of law in cases of international disputes in accordance with the approved legal frameworks. 5-To conduct as a research analyzing and criticizing some of

the course topics.

Foundations of Jurisprudence

  1. Introducing this science and clarifying its relation to other sciences of Shari’a

  2. Explaining variety of agreed and disagreed upon proofs and its effect on current issues

  3. Providing the student with skills of inference and deduction using foundational proofs and its contemporary applications

  1. To define this science, its legitimacy, regulations and sources

  2. To identify the agreed and disagreed sources of Islamic legislation

  3. To explain the concept of ruling and its jurisprudential applications

  4. To use the two types of proofs specially the discretized to find rulings for emerging issues

  5. To be able to deal with obligatory and situational provisions methodologically

  6. To conduct a research on any subject of foundations of jurisprudence

Criminology

  1. Providing the student with the knowledge of the reasons and motives of crimes, the purpose and the methods of penalty.

  2. Introducing the authorities of penalty, in addition to its role and systems in the country

  3. Improving the student’s

practical skills in the course’s topics

  1. To identify the concept and types of the crime, and their psychological and social motives

  2. To describe the levels of punishment, its purpose and methods

  3. To clarify the role of the punishment authorities in treating and rehabilitating convicts

  4. To explain the rights of the convicts and their duties inside the punishment authorities

  5. To analyze the incidents of some crimes and their punishments

  6. To define the internal and external factors of committing crimes, their treatments and the effect of their punishments

Administrative Law

1-Explaining the administrative law, in addition to its foundations and roles

1-Developing student's practical skills in the context of the course’s topics

  1. To explain the basis of the administrative system in the country.

  2. To determine the rules for allocating jobs to centralized and decentralized administrations.

  3. To describe the rights and duties of the public employee.

  4. To discuss the concept and elements of the administrative decision, and how to appeal against it.

  5. To define the aspects of the administrative activity in terms of establishing a public utility and its legal system, in addition to the concept, objectives and restrictions of administrative control.

  6. To conduct a research on one of the course topics.

Civil Transactions Law 1 Voluntary sources of commitment

  1. Introducing to the concept of commitment and its various sources

  2. Providing the student with the skill of analyzing commitment arising from voluntary sources of commitment

  3. Developing the student's practical skills in the context of the course topics

  1. To describe the concept, types and provisions of the various voluntary commitments.

  2. To define the content of the contract in terms of its composition, the scope of its personal and objective validity, its effects and its dissolution.

  3. To differentiate systematically between a valid contract and a suspended contract, and between a corrupt contract and a void contract and the resulting legal effects.

  4. To deduce from the legislative texts solutions to the disputes arising from the contract or the unilateral disposition.

  5. To conduct a research or comment on a court ruling in one of the course issues.

Civil Transactions Law2 involuntary Sources of Commitment

  1. Introducing the concept of commitment and its various sources

  2. Providing the student with the skill of analyzing commitment arising from involuntary sources of commitment and

  3. Developing the student's practical skills in the context of the course topics

  1. To explain the concept, provisions, and types of non- voluntary obligations, and the provisions of both the harmful and the beneficial action.

  2. To differentiate between the types of civil liability (contract and tort).

  3. To analyze the legal texts, judiciary rulings and the opinions of the jurists in order to define their scope and dimensions, and criticize the different opinions about them.

  4. To apply the provisions related to involuntary sources of commitment (harmful action and beneficial action) to practical cases.

  5. To conduct a research or comment on a court ruling in one of the course issues.

International organizations (English)

  1. Introducing the general principles of the international system

  2. Providing the student with practical skills in the context of the course topics

  1. To clarify the general theory of the international system

  2. To identify some important international and regional organizations, in addition to the rules of organizing their work

  3. To critically analyze the work rules of the most important international organizations

  4. To link between the work of these organizations and their regional and international effects

  5. To form a reasonable idea that helps him\her to work in regional or international organizations

Civil Transactions Law 3 Provisions of commitment and evidence

  1. Introducing the provisions of compliance and evidence in the context of civil transactions

  2. Providing the student with practical analysis skills in the context of the provisions of commitment and evidence

1- To clarify the provisions of commitment related to civil transactions in an accurate and scientific manner 2-Explain the rules and methods of proof in the context of civil transactions

  1. To analyze the forms of applying compliance provisions and evidence rules through practical examples.

  2. To criticize legislative texts related to the application of commitment provisions and methods of proof in a research paper.

General Criminal Law

  1. Introducing the general theory of crime

  2. Introducing the general theory of penalty

  3. Developing the student’s skills to analyze the facts of crimes and apply their

penalties

  1. To understand the elements of the crime, and distinguish between the complete crime and the attempted state

  2. To clarify the conditions of criminal participation, and distinguish between the perpetrator and the partner in terms of accountability and punishment

  3. To specify the reasons for permissibility and prohibition of liability in the UAE Federal Penal Code



  1. To describe the forms of criminal punishment, which are penalties, precautionary measures and their implementation rules

  2. To analyze real criminal cases, the motives of the crimes and the reasons for responsibility.

Commercial Transactions Law (1) Business and merchant theory (English)

  1. Introducing the concepts, terminologies, and institutions of commercial law

  2. Providing the student with the skills of criticism and analysis in the context of the

course topics

  1. To clarify the concept, terminologies, and basic institutions of commercial law

  2. To distinguish between commercial and civil work

  3. To define the fundamentals, regulations and conditions of business, and define the merchant and his obligations 4-To apply rulings in cases related to commercial law

5-To conduct a research on a commercial problem

International economy (English)

  1. Introducing the rules and institutions of international economics

  2. Developing the student’s skills to analyze economic facts

  1. To clarify the most important theories that govern contemporary international business

  2. To clarify the basic problems of the economy, their effects, and solutions

  3. To define the framework of the global economic blocs and organizations, and their impact on the global economy

  4. To analyze the Pros and Cons of the performance of the global economic blocs and organizations

  5. To link the theories of international economics to reality

Labor law and social legislation

  1. Introducing the individual and collective work contracts in the country

  2. Providing the student with the skills of analysis and comparison in the context of labor law

  3. Introducing rulings of The General Pensions and Social Security Authority

  4. Developing the practical skills of the student in the context of the course topics

  1. To be aware of the rules of the labor law, social legislation in UAE, and their role in protecting the worker and the stability of work relations

  2. To define the work relations subject to the provisions of the Labor Law, methods of their termination , and settlement of related disputes

  3. To deduce from the legislative texts a solution to problems or inquiries related to labor relations and insurance benefits

  4. To compare the rulings of the labor contract and the employee insurance entitlements between the federal law, foreign systems and the provisions of Islamic law 5-To conduct a research or a legal memo on one of the course topics, taking into account the principles of

scientific research

Environment Protection act

Introducing the concept of the environment, its pollution, and the law of its protection

  1. To identify the Authorities responsible for protecting the environment

  2. To differentiate between criminal, administrative, and civil penalties related to environmental protection

  3. To clarify the most important environmental protection legislations in UAE.

  4. To conduct a research on a problem related to the environmental pollution and its solution in the law

E-commerce laws

Introducing the rules and laws of e-commerce

  1. To explain the regulations, systems and laws of e- commerce

  2. To investigate the origins of disputes in e-commerce

  3. To take practical actions in the context of e-commerce 4-Conduct a research on one of the course topics

Economic legislation and consumer protection laws

  1. Providing students with the importance of economic legislation, and clarifying its relation to development

  2. Enabling the student to

learn about consumer protection laws and theories

  1. To identify and compare aspects of local and international economic legislations.

  2. To calrify the rules of economic legislation in the United Arab Emirates and its effects.

  3. To compare between the theories that constitute the basis of consumer protection laws

  4. To be aware of consumer rights and the civil and penal protection prescribed for these rights.

Civil Transactions Law(4) Named contracts

  1. Introducing the basic principles and rulings of the named contracts to distinguish them from the general provisions of the contract

  2. Providing students with the skills of analysis and comparison in the context of contract applications

  3. Developing student's

competency in the context of the course topics

  1. To clarify the rules and texts that contribute to the stability of contractual relations related to sales, lease and contracting contracts, and explain their effects

  2. To Explain how to conclude sales, lease and contracting contracts, in addition to their conditions, methods of implementation, implications, and termination

  3. To distinguish between the named contracts by analyzing them according to their adaptation to the legal texts related to them

  4. To apply rulings regarding real problems or inquiries presented in the field of named contracts.

  5. To conduct a research or comment on a court decision on one of the course subjects

Civil Transactions Law(5)

In-kind rights

  1. Introducing property and insurance laws in the context of civil transactions

  2. Providing the student with analytical and critical skills in In-kind rights applications

  1. To understand the* real right, its types, the conditions for using these rights, and to distinguish between In-kind rights regarding their legal effects

  2. To clarify the In-kind rights related to civil transactions in an accurate scientific manner

  3. To explain the rules of conduct in the context of In- kind rights applications and the extent of their effects

  4. To analyze the legal texts that govern the In-kind rights including property legal or personal insurance



5-To conduct a research papers on original In-kind rights, legal and personal insurances

Commercial transaction law (2)

Companies and bankruptcy

  1. Introducing commercial companies and the rules and of its work

  2. Introducing terms, condition, effects and management of bankruptcy 3-Providing the student with

analytical and critical skills in the context of the course topics

  1. To compare the concept of the company in Sharia and the law

  2. To define types, provisions and corporation conditions of commercial companies in accordance with the federal law in the country

  3. To explain accurately the provisions of commercial bankruptcy in accordance with the approved laws and procedures

  4. To present the conditions for declaring bankruptcy, its effects and methods of managing bankruptcy

  5. To distinguish between commercial and civil companies

  6. To systematically apply companies rules, and analyze the responsibilities of both partners and managers

  7. To analyze the terms of bankruptcy and its legal consequences on the merchant and his financial liability

Commercial transaction law (2)

Banking

  1. Enabling the student to know the most important and commonly used commercial transactions in the country and their characteristics

  2. Providing students with practical analysis skills in the context of the course topics

1-To clarify the function, legal nature, parties, conditions, and data of commercial papers, and distinguish them from civil papers

  1. To clarify the banking systems and the responsibilities resulting from them in the context of commercial paper transactions

  2. To define the concept of the *bond, its mandatory data and its circulation method

  3. To implement the procedures for dealing with the Promissory note, bond and the mandatory check data 6-To explain the rules that govern banking operations such as opening bank accounts, documentary credit, letter of guarantee, and other banking operations, and compare them with the Islamic banks operations.

7-To conduct a research on one of the course subjects.

Special Criminal Law

  1. Introducing rulings of crimes committed on money and on persons, and their effects

  2. Explaining the prescribed penalties in accordance with the UAE Federal Penal Code 3-Providing the student with the skills of analysis and criticism through the course topics

  1. To explain the rulings, types and effects of crimes committed against money

  2. To explain the rulings, types and effects of crimes committed against people.

  3. To define the rules of punishments according to the level of the crime’s effects, and clarify their types in the UAE Federal Penal Code

  4. To analyze real criminal cases, their motives, the extent of their effects, and the means to combat them 5-To conduct a research on one of the course subjects according to the scientific research principles

Public finance and tax legislation

  1. Introducing the concepts of public finance, revenues, expenditures, state budget, and related topics

  2. Explaining the concept of tax policy and the steps for preparing and proposing more effective and realistic tax systems

  3. Providing the student with analytical and critical skills in the context of the course

topics

  1. To explain the concept of public finance and its development from neutral finance (traditional financial thought to interventionist thinking)

  2. To analyze public expenditures in terms of its concept, elements, divisions, determinants, effects and role in satisfying public needs

  3. To show the sources of public and *sovereign revenues 4-To clarify the basic rules for taxation, its economic effects, *tax evasion, and double taxation

  1. To analyze the general budget, the budgeting rules and the economic implications of loans

  2. To submit a research on one of the course topics

Code of Civil Procedure (1)

  1. Introducing the civil judiciary system, its institutions and people

  2. Providing the student with the skills of implement litigation procedures in the

context of a civil case

  1. To acquire the ability to file civil and commercial lawsuits before the relevant courts

  2. To clarify the methods of appealing against judgments systematically

  1. To define the rules of pleading, dates and rules for appeals and cassation

  2. To write case forms and defense notes

Code of Civil Procedure (2)

  1. Introducing the types, disputes and procedures of the compulsory execution, executive documents

  2. Providing the student with the skills of analyzing and associating between forced execution and civil procedures

  1. To describe the litigation procedures once the case is filed to the issuance of the judgment and appealing against it

  2. To identify the methods for appealing against the judgments, and to specify the terms and conditions for each of them

  3. Determine the rules of pleading, in addition to the time and rules of appeals and cassation

  4. To write case forms and defense notes

Private International law (1)

nationality and status of foreigners

  1. Providing the student with the provisions of the Emeriti nationality and the legal status of foreigners in the UAE

  2. Developing the student’s mental abilities and practical skills regarding issues related to the private international law

  3. Providing the student with research skills in the sources

  1. Explain the concept and principles of nationality, and the reasons for obtaining, losing, restoring and contesting the Emirati nationality

  2. To analyze the aspects of dispute related to private international law

  3. To deduce rulings and solutions from national and foreign legal texts, and compare between various jurisprudential opinions

  4. To apply legal principles to practical models or cases related to Emirati nationality

  5. To demonstrate the concepts of private international law, and be able to provide legal consults on issues


of private international law and modern techniques, in addition to the professional ethics

related to Emirati nationality and the status of foreigners in the UAE

6-To work as a team with his colleagues, use the Internet to search of legal information and to be committed to the methodologies of research and scientific honesty

Private International law (2)

Conflict of laws and jurisdiction

  1. Introducing the problem of conflict of laws and its solving mechanism by means of attribution rules and jurisdiction of Emirati courts in cases of foreign element, and conditions for the implementation of foreign rulings in UAE

  2. Developing the student’s mental and practical skills in relation to issues of private international law

  3. Providing the student with research skills in the sources of private international law and modern techniques, in addition to the professional ethics

  1. To clarify the cases of jurisdiction of the Emirati courts in cases involving a foreign element, and the conditions for implementing foreign rulings in the UAE

  2. To know the criteria upon which the judge relies to determine the applicable law in the various matters with a foreign element

  3. To deduce the mechanism of the methodology of attribution in solving the problem of conflict of laws

  4. To analyze disputed facts within on accordance with private international law

  5. To deduce judgments and solutions from national and foreign legal texts, and to compare between different jurisprudential opinions

  6. To prepare memoranda and defenses for cases that include a foreign element, to explain the texts related to them, and to derive the rulings

Maritime and Air Law

  1. Introducing the maritime and air laws, their sources, the scope of application of each and their components

  2. Providing the student with analytical skills in the course topics

  1. To explain the application rules of maritime law and air law and their sources

  2. To clarify the systems of marine and air exploitation 3-Analyze the applications of this law in reality

4-To explain the rulings of maritime and air disputes

Penal Procedure Law

  1. Introducing the penal procedures till the issuance of judgment

  2. Improving the student's skills in applying the course provisions

  1. To explain the jurisdiction and authority of the penal courts

  2. To explain the methods of inference, and the concept of investigation

  3. To describe the rules for judgments, methods of appeal, and its deadlines, and the role of the Court of Cassation

  4. To know the stages of the criminal case accurately, beginning with the stage of evidence collection, the trial procedures until the execution of the punishment

  5. To present a draft trial in a criminal case, with the stages of the case, the appeal, the cassation, and the verdict

Intellectual property law

Introducing intellectual property law and its applications

1-define the nature, legality, history and role of the intellectual property law and in promoting working life 2-To distinguish between copyright and related rights 3-To clarify the industrial property and its forms, and distinguish between patents, industrial designs and models, trademarks and commercial data

  1. To accurately and systematically describe the applications of the intellectual property law in the United Arab Emirates in comparison with other laws

  2. To conduct a research on one of the course topics

Special penal legislation

  1. Introducing one of these crimes and their legal nature

  2. Improving the student’s competency to determine the pillars of these crimes and the mechanisms for their rulings implementation

  3. Developing the student's practical skills in commenting on judgments and procedures issued by courts related to these crimes

  1. To define the nature of these crimes and determines their relation to the general pillars of the crime in the penal code

  2. To explain the forms of these crimes as a part of the special penal law, the reasons for permitting and banning their penalties

  3. To analyze the applications of courts in this type of crimes according to the approved legal frameworks

  4. To conduct a research on some of the course topics related to the analysis of penalties, judgments and procedures issued by national courts in these crimes, and the penalties and rulings established for these crimes at the international level

International commercial arbitration

  1. Introducing the most important differences between the judicial systems (courts) and the arbitration system.

  2. Introducing the rules and conditions of arbitration.

  3. Clarifying the procedures followed in arbitration

  4. Clarifying the difficulties of the arbitration process and their solutions

  5. Familiarizing the student with the procedures of implementing judgments

  1. To clarify the advantages of arbitration, distinguishing it from similar systems

  2. To clarify the terms of the conclusion and validity of the arbitration agreement

  3. To be aware of arbitration litigation procedures

  4. To explain the mechanism for implementing the judgment of the foreign arbitration

  5. To analyze the legal texts of the new UAE arbitration law of 2018

  6. To write an arbitration agreement or a paper on one of the topics of the arbitration law

Legal readings in English (1)

1. Provide students with a knowledge and understanding of basic concepts of law and the legal system.

1. Describe the sources, structure and processes of the UAE Legal system. 2. Recognize the principle courses of \law, identify how those sources are developed, and express the differences among them in terms of their legal effect.

3. Demonstrate the main legal rules relating to the civil

Law, contract, torts, property, and criminal law, and


  1. promote awareness of a broad understanding of the various branches of law.

  2. Develop basic skills and critical thinking approach to the application of legal principles and problem solving.

their effective application to daily problems. 4. Students will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of public and private law.

  1. Acquire knowledge of the rules, sources, and principles of public international law.

  2. Express knowledge of writing and oral communication skills, critical analysis, and teamwork for research and oral presentation of topics related to domestic and international law.

Legal readings in English (2)

  1. Understanding the legal terminology of public international law, international organizations, civil transactions law and commercial transactions law.

  2. Recognize the Settlement of international Disputes, the power of security council, and the prohibition of the use of force.

  3. Developing the student’s skill to quote from legal English texts, as well as analytical and communication skills in writing and oral excelsis.

  1. to acquire knowledge of characteristics, existence, and sources of international law, including treaties, customary international law, general principles of law, and judicial decisions.

  2. Familiarize students with the purpose, function, capacity and principles of the united nations, and the meaning of basic legal terms related to international organizations.

  3. Identify the basic rules and legal terminology that contributes to the stability of contractual relationships in the field of civil transactions.

  4. analyze, identify, and apply the law relating to international commercial transactions.

  5. recognize international dispute settlement mechanisms, including courts and tribunals, arbitration and negotiation.

6. to demonstrate professional English communication skills by conducting oral presentations, leading group

discussions, reading case law, and submitting well- structured essays with citation.

Graduation research

  1. Enabling the student to present ideas in preparing his\her research plan for graduation

  2. Motivating the student to conduct an integrated systematic research in preparation for the graduate studies

  1. To present a set of ideas for discussion with his\her supervisor to determine the topic of his graduation research

  2. To prepare the research plan in a way that reflects the sequence of his\her ideas and his\her methodology

  3. To be proficient in writing and systematic research and able to discuss ideas

  4. To carry out the graduation research scientifically to guarantee his right to graduate

International criminal law

  1. Introducing international criminal law, and its procedures

  2. Providing the student with the nature of international crimes and the mechanisms for implementing their provisions

  1. To identify aspects of international criminal law and its relation to national law

  2. To explain the nature of the international criminal law work, in addition to its rules and fields

  3. To explain the provisions of international criminal law in times of war and peace, and to distinguish the procedures and institutions of international criminal law


3-Improving the student’s competency to comment on judgments and procedures issued by the International Criminal Court

  1. To clarify the elements of international crime and forms of its punishment, and the reasons for permitting and banning punishment

  2. To discuss and analyze the procedures issued by the International Criminal Court

  3. To conduct a research on some of the course topics related to the analysis of provisions and procedures issued by the International Criminal Court

Science of Hadith and its Authentication

  1. Explaining the importance of Sunnah, and its role in Islamic legislation

  2. Clarifying classes, categories, narration methods of Hadith

  3. Introduce Hadith library, its classifications and methods of using it

  1. To explain the role of Sunnah in the Islamic legislation, and its status compared to the Qur’an

  2. To describe classifications and degrees of Hadiths, in addition to the rules and regulations of each one

  3. To identify conditions and methods of narration, until the time of recording

  4. To identify divisions of Hadith library

  5. To distinguish between Hadith books and features of each one

  6. To use Hadith collections from its books and glossaries methodologically

  7. To find Hadith in its books through different ways including the computer, and referring Hadith to its recourse

Internal and external practical training

  1. Enabling the student to apply the theories acquired at the university to reality

  2. Familiarizing the student with work conditions and values prevailing in the various training sites

  3. Clarifying methods and procedures of applying laws in reality

  4. Familiarizing the student with legal authorities and the conditions for joining them to be able to provide these conditions

  1. To clarify the legal procedures followed, beginning with the formation of the court until the issuance of the judical ruling.

  2. To be able to form contracts, write briefs, and provide legal consults

  3. To analyze the various legal facts.

  4. To comment on the judicial rulings issued by the UAE courts

  5. To propose practical legal solutions to various legal problems.

Fifth: Requirements of the Minor (Maliki Jurisprudence and Shafi’i Jurisprudence)


Course

Objectives

Outcomes

Jurisprudence of worships

Maliki 1

  1. Introducing Maliki Jurisprudence on purification and praying, and its practical application

  2. Acquainting the student with Maliki school terms, and studying subjects of worships in accordance with its principles

  3. Objective studying of what is written in the past, and make it understandable to the student’s mentality today

  1. To understand the principles of worships jurisprudence, the importance of purification and praying in our life.

  2. To clarify the flexibility of Maliki school through presenting latest modifications in purification and praying

  3. To apply rulings of purification in conservation of water recourses in the country, and avoiding water extravagant for cleanliness

  4. To be aware of the importance of purification jurisprudence in preserving the environment

  5. To distinguish between pillars of praying

  6. To be qualified to give people fatwa on praying and cleanliness provisions based on Maliki school approach of rulings inference form detailed proofs and comparing different narrations

  7. To know how to do purification and perform prayers well

  8. To conduct a research on one of the topics of purification and praying

Jurisprudence of Worships Shafi’i 1

  1. Introducing Shafi’i Jurisprudence on purification and praying, and its practical application

  2. Acquainting the student with Shafi’i school terms, and studying subjects of worships in accordance with its principles

  3. Objective studying of what is written in the past and make it understandable to the student’s mentality today

  1. To know the rulings of worships jurisprudence, in addition to the importance of purification and praying in our life.

  2. To clarify the flexibility of Shafi’i school through presenting latest modifications in purification and praying

  3. To apply rulings of purification in conservation of water recourses in the country, and avoiding water extravagant for cleanliness

  4. To be aware of the importance of purification jurisprudence in preserving the environment

  5. To distinguish between pillars of praying

  6. To be qualified to give people fatwa on praying and purification rulings based on Shafi’i school approach of rulings inference form detailed proofs and comparing different narrations

  7. To know how to do purification and perform prayers well

  8. To conduct a research on one of the issues of purification and praying

Jurisprudence of Worships

Maliki 2

1-Introducing methodology of Maliki school in deducing

rulings from proofs and

1-To know the rulings of alms jurisprudence of Maliki school, and the importance of alms in improving the

economic situation


performing worships properly

  1. Acquianting the student’s with Maliki school terms, and studying subjects of alms, fasting, and Haj in accordance with its principles

  2. Objective studying of what is written in the past and make it understandable to the student’s mentality today

2-To know the possibility of investing alms for the benefit of the poor based on rules of Maliki school 3-To explain the importance of fasting in social solidarity, and thinking about people in need

  1. To explain the importance of Haj in making things easier for people based on Maliki jurisprudence

  2. To perform the worships mentioned above duly

  3. To answer inquiries properly concerning emerging issues of alms, fasting and Haj

  4. To conduct a research on one of the issues of alms, fasting and Haj

Jurisprudence of Worships Shafi’i 2

  1. Introducing methodology of Shafi’i school in deducing rulings from proofs and performing worships properly

  2. Acquainting the student’s with Shafi’i school terms, and studying subjects of alms, fasting, and Haj in accordance with its principles

  3. Objective studying of what is written in the past and make it understandable to the student’s mentality today

  1. To know the rulings of alms jurisprudence of Shafi’i school, and the importance of alms in improving the economic situation

  2. To know the possibility of investing alms for the benefit of the poor based on rules of Shafi’i school 3-To explain the importance of fasting in social solidarity, and thinking about people in need

  1. To explain the importance of Haj in making things easier for people based on Shafi’i jurisprudence

  2. To perform the worships mentioned above duly

  3. To answer inquiries properly concerning emerging issues of alms, fasting and Haj

  4. To conduct a research on one of the issues of alms, fasting and Haj

Jurisprudence of Transactions Maliki 1

  1. Introducing principles and philosophy of financial transactions in Maliki jurisprudence

  2. Providing the student with rulings of financial transactions based on Imam Malik jurisprudence

  3. Enabling the student to solve contemporary issues of transactions in accordance with Maliki jurisprudence

  1. To understand the relation between financial transactions in Islam and moral and social values

  2. To understand rulings of *transactions in accordance with Maliki school and know the scholars’ terms

  3. To present rulings of *transactions based on scholars’ work in inferring them from detailed evidence

  4. To answer inquires on issues of *transaction and their related rulings in accordance with this school

  5. To go back to jurisprudence references to know rulings of transactions by himself\herself

  6. To write scientific papers on one of *transaction issues

Jurisprudence of Transactions Shafi’i 1

  1. Introducing principles and philosophy of financial

    transactions in Shafi’i jurisprudence

  2. Providing the student with rulings of financial transactions based on Imam Shafi’i jurisprudence

  1. To understand the relation between financial transactions in Islam and moral and social values

  2. To understand rulings of *transactions in accordance with Shafi’i school and know the scholars’ terms

  3. To present rulings of *transactions based on scholars’ work in deducing them from detailed evidence

  4. To answer inquires on issues of transaction and their related rulings in accordance with this school


3-Enabling the student to solve contemporary issues of

transactions in accordance with Shafi’i jurisprudence

  1. To go back to jurisprudence references to know rulings of *transactions by himself\herself

  2. To conduct studies\ write scientific papers on one of transaction issues

Jurisprudence of Translations Maliki 2

  1. Introducing principles and philosophy of financial transactions in Maliki jurisprudence

  2. Providing the student with rulings of financial transactions based on Imam Malik jurisprudence

  3. Enabling the student to solve contemporary issues of transactions in accordance with Maliki jurisprudence

  1. To explain rulings of * transaction and participation contracts in accordance with Maliki jurisprudence

  2. To explain how to refer emerging contracts to previous similar contracts based on rules of Maliki school

  3. To answer enquiries on issues related to *transaction and participation contracts and other similar emerging contracts based on Maliki jurisprudence

  4. To study *transaction and participation contracts based on works of scholars in deducing rulings from *detailed evidence

  5. To be able to go back to jurisprudence references to know rulings of transactions by himself

  6. To conduct a research on an issue related to

*transaction and participation contracts

Jurisprudence of Transactions Shaf’i 2

  1. Introducing principles and philosophy of financial

    transactions in Shafi’i jurisprudence

  2. Providing the student with rulings of financial transactions based on Imam Shafi’i jurisprudence

  3. Enabling the student to solve contemporary issues of transactions in accordance with Shafi’i jurisprudence

  1. To understand the relation between financial

    transactions in Shafi’i jurisprudence and moral and social values

  2. To explain rulings of *transaction and participation contracts in accordance with Shafi’i jurisprudence

  3. To explain how to refer emerging contracts to previous similar contracts based on rules of Shafi’i school

  4. To answer enquiries on issues related to *transaction and participation contracts and other similar emerging contracts based on Shafi’i jurisprudence

  5. To study *transaction and participation contracts based on works of scholars in deducing rulings from *detailed evidence

  6. To be able to go back to jurisprudence references to know provisions of transactions by himself

  7. To conduct a research on an issue *related to transaction and participation contracts

Contents of the courses

First: General College Requirements


Course Number

Course Title

C.H

Prerequisite

1110101

Arabic Language 1

3

-

This course includes the following subjects and vocabularies:

Verb phrase (Verb and its types-Subject and its types-Object and its types) with applied texts and exercises, Noun phrase (subject and predicate ) with applied texts and exercises, transitive and passive verbs with applied texts and exercises, Verb-noun, agent-noun and object-non with applied texts, accusative and conditional particles, Kana and its sisters, Inna and its sisters with applied texts, forms of intensity with applied texts, dual an plural forms with applied texts, dedication rules (writing Hamza), morphology with applied texts

1110203

Communication Skills in English

2

-

This course aims to enhance the student’s English skills to understand and speak well. Therefore, this course attempts to improve the student’s level from intermediate to advance. This course follows a

methodology of integrating the various language skills including writing, listening and speaking.

3110903

Introduction to Economy

3

-

This course includes skills of analyzing economic situations especially those related to economic problems, supply and demand, production circumstances, costs, and the various market situations. In addition, it presents some basic economic concepts such as total local production (its factors and methods of calculation), national income, and the big economic issues (including unemployment, inflation monetary and fiscal policy and its goals and tools). It also introduces the Islamic economic theory and the important values of the Islamic economy especially what is related to possession and

economic freedom.

1220206

Innovation and Creativity Skills

2

-

This course presents the basic principles of Innovation and Creativity in the modern age, their theories, and problem-solving applications. It also includes experiences of growth and excellence in leadership, skills of creative design thinking, skills of project organization and means of personal and intellectual

improvement of students to prepare them for future professional work, which depends on innovation and creativity.

1120402

Information Technology 1

3:2-2

-

This course aims to introduce concepts and terminologies of Information technology through clarifying stages of computer development, its various parts both software and hardware, its specifications and its various types. It also provides knowledge required to employ one of the common operating systems.

Moreover, it seeks to develop the student’s skills of using Microsoft Office programs: Word and Power point to help him\her in education and work.

It also provides basic and advanced computer skills through introducing the basic concepts of computer networks and clarifying its advantages and disadvantages and protection factors. This course aims to

prepare the student to employ the computer in research procedures through providing the student with a background of electronic search, Information security, intellectual property and publishing rights

1220101

Arabic Language 2

3

1110101

This course includes advanced applications on the following: Inflicted and uninflected names, numbers, Demonstrative pronouns, relative pronouns, Interrogatives, types of letters, morphological rules, dictation rules, writing and rhetoric expressions, aesthetic features, skills of reading and analyzing texts, conversation and elocution skills

1120505

Principles of Nutrition Science

2

-

This course introduces the main concepts and principles of nutrition, nutrients metabolism in the body, nutrients bioenergy in the body. It explains unhealthy symptoms of bad nutrition, basic components of food from different sources, nutrition balance and its importance to the health of individuals and community. Moreover, it clarifies fresh, genetically modified, hydrogenated and processed food, the effect of these kinds of food on an healthy environment, nutrition needs of the body according to various physiological stages, bad and insufficient nutrition and their effects, nutrition and healthy diet programs and their role in solving health problems resulted from bad nutrition and healing chronic

diseases.

Second: Elective general courses


Course Number

Course Title

C.H

Prerequisite

3210602

Principles of General Administration

3

-

This course introduces the concept of modern general administration, dimensions of general administrative, its connection with political science, legal introduction of general administration. It also includes definition, goals and stages of organization, definition, types, means and barriers of communication, definition and steps of decision making. Moreover, it studies administrative problems and their solutions, administrative planning importance, types and components, factors of administrative success, factors of administrative execution, and administrative evaluation and

development

1120305

General Psychology

3

-

This course introduces the concept of psychology, the growth of its school, fields of psychology, method of research in psychology. It clarifies biological principles of behavior, tools and techniques of studying the brain and the nervous system, sensation, attention, perception, developmental psychology, motivation, emotion learning, memory, thinking, cleverness, personality building, social interactions,

understanding psyches, physiological and its solutions and good behavior environment.

1210305

Basics of New Math

3

-

This course presents basics and principles of new math including stages of math development, mathematical vocabularies and expressions, logical mathematical thinking skills, patterns of mathematical expressions and sentences and skills of logical problem analysis. It helps students to reach conclusions through logical thinking, solve logical and mathematical problems through

identifying their causes and components, solve mathematical equation and proof mathematical theories.

1210504

Human rights in Islam and International

Agreements

3

-

This course introduces the concept of the right and its categories. It helps students to compare between human rights in Islamic legislation and the law. This course explains the development stages of the right and their means of protection in Islamic legislation and international agreements. It also presents

human rights in the constitution of UAE and human rights in various fields.

1110302

Sociology

3

-

This course introduces the concept of sociology. It clarifies its appearance and its most famous Muslim and non-Muslim scholars. It also includes analyzing social behavior and its relation to social

phenomena, studying social systems and variety of the community environment, and introducing the most important theories in sociology, community and development.

1220504

Islamic Civilization

3

-

This course introduces the concept of civilization, and its relation to culture. It clarifies features of the

Islamic civilization compared to the most important ancient and medieval civilizations. It also presents

intellectual, religious, scientific, social, administrative, legislative, physical and architectural aspects of

the Islamic civilization.

1120405

Advanced Computer Skills

3:2-2

1120402

This course aims to introduce advanced terminologies and applications in computer science through studying cloud computing, communication and collaboration platforms, learning management system, knowledge databases, online learning and work environment support, and concepts of cloud computing and its effects on business environment in the age of internet.

This course also seeks to improve the student’s competency in online Office software package including: Forms, One Drive, Sway, Word Online, Power Point Online, and other applications focusing on employing them in business and education. It also develops the student’s skills in computer applications of scientific research through providing the student with concepts and basics of electronic research, employing knowledge databases specialized in Shariah and Law such as the inclusive library. Moreover, it includes communication and collaboration platforms employed in his\her study such as

Microsoft Teams, Outlook and others, in addition to electronic data management by Excel and Access.


Third: Department Compulsory Mutual Requirements


Course Number

Course Title

C.H

Prerequisite

2110708

Recitation and Memorization Rules 1

1: 1-

1

-

This course includes the concept of recitation, types of mistakes, rules of Noon Sakinah and Tanween, Meem Sakinah, vowel prolongation, and pause and commence. It helps students to recite verses of the

Qur’an applying advanced rules. It also requires memorizing the part 30 of the Qur’an.

2110306

Introduction to Islamic Legislation

3

-

This course introduces Islamic legislation and jurisprudence and characteristics of each one. It clarifies the need for legislation, the relation of Islamic legislation to previous legislations and the law, and the history of Islamic jurisprudence since the age of the prophet. It highlights the efforts made in the service of Islamic Legislation and the challenges it faces these days. It also introduces the

jurisprudential schools, its methodologies and terminologies, agreed and disagreed upon sources of Islamic legislation and a brief overview of jurisprudential rulings.

3110107

Introduction to Law

3

-

This course includes two main parts:

  1. Theory of the Law: This part involves studying the general theory of Law including law definition, characteristics and categories of legal rules, their relation to other social rules. It also includes divisions, sources, and application domains of the law regarding time and place, law inference and overcoming law adversity.

  2. Theory of the right: This part involves the general theory of right including definition of the right and its relation to the law. It also presents categories, subdivision and sources of the right, its pillars regarding the person ( actual and juridical persons), methods of its use, and methods of its protection

and proof.

2220907

Islamic Creed 1

3

-

This course introduces the Islamic creed including names of this science, rules of its study, definitions of the creed and science of creed clarifying differences between them. Moreover, it discusses subjects of

faith, conditions of its responsibility, rulings of its intellectual reasoning and variety of scholars’ definitions.

The first part is about theology. It introduces conventional and current proofs of God existence,

principles of God’s names and characteristics, divisions of characteristics, opinion variety of Islamic theological schools, and subjects of fate, destiny and visions of dreams.

1210604

Methodologies of Scientific Research

2:1.1

34 Credit hours

This course clarifies the principles of scientific research, its various approaches, the relation between approaches of scientific research and logic, qualities of the researcher, means and tools of scientific research, scientific research plan, and methods of data collection. It also talks about resources and references in general, resources and references of Islamic legislation and the law in particular, science

encyclopedia and glossaries, research on internet, examination and study of traditional texts, writing summaries and footnotes, principles of scientific research and practical applications.

2310103

Comparative Jurisprudence of Personal Status

3

2110306

This course includes the following:

The importance of family, provisions and effects of pre-marriage engagement, pillars and conditions of marriage. It also discusses various issues related to marriage including women with whom marriage would be illegal in Islam, rights in marriage, the authorized agent of the bride, competency in marriage, rulings of marriage conflicts, polygyny, and the role of the family guidance in solving marriage conflicts to avoid divorce. In addition, this course discusses the definition and types of divorce, rulings of

divorce including revocable divorce, witnesses, payments, Khul’, the waiting period after divorce, children rights in addition to comparing all this in the UAE law.

2320104

Comparative Jurisprudence of wills and Inheritance

3

2310103

This course includes the following:

The first part is inheritance and it includes the definition, principles, importance and terminologies of the science of inheritance. This part also presents pillars, conditions, reasons, and impediments of inheritance, legacy and its related rights, quota heirs, members of residuary, inclusion and exclusion, estimated inheritance in cases of pregnancy, missing people and adultery.

The second part is wills and it includes the definition, legislation, the reason, types and pillars of the will, in addition to explaining law of personal status for inheritance and wills applied in UAE.


Fourth: Specialized Requirements of the law program


Course number

C.H

Course name

Prerequisite

3120707

3

Constitutional law and political systems

-

This course introduces the general theory of constitutional law, clarifying its sources and its relation to other branches of law science. Then, it discusses the types of written and customary constitutions and their appearance, focusing on the role of constitutional norms in the UAE constitution issued in 1971. It also introduces the principle of the *supremacy of the constitution, rigid and flexible constitutions, constitutional guarantees, and supervising the constitutionality of laws. This course also discusses the concept of political systems and the development of political thought, the idea of the state, its emergence, and development throughout history, its basic and secondary pillars, characteristics, the legal state, the functions of the state, types of states, the definition of the government and its forms, the means of authorities attribution, the representative authorities, the concentration and separation of powers, the presidential system, the parliamentary system, the quasi-parliamentary system, the political system of

the United Arab Emirates, the regulation of individual rights under the contemporary political systems and the UAE system

3120509

3

Public International Law (English)

3110107

This course introduces the concept, branches, rules, sources and people of general international law, and the relation between international law and national law. Then, it defines international law in peace, including international treaties, and the characteristics of international legal personality, the emergence of the state and its elements, rights and duties, provisions that regulate the country's land, sea and air territory, the theory of international accountability, methods of International conflict resolution, and the status of the individual in the international law. Moreover, the course define international law in war, focusing on the responsibilities of the occupier and war prisoners.

2120405

3

The foundations of Islamic jurisprudence

2110306

This course includes the following concepts:

the science of foundations of jurisprudence and its importance, the Islamic ruling and its definitions, the categories of the Islamic ruling and its pillars, accountability in Islamic legislation, the agreed sources of Islamic legislation, namely the Qur’an, the Sunnah, consensus and analogy, and the debatable sources of Islamic legislation including appropation, public interests, custom, prevention of the means of corruption, companionship, statements of the prophet’s companions, the work of the people of Medina and laws prescribed by ancestors and their contemporary applications in Sharia and law

3210209

2

Civil Transactions Law (1), Voluntary Sources of Commitment

3110107

This course introduces the definition of commitment and its voluntary sources, as follows:

  1. The contract: this part includes studying the definition divisions, pillars, and importance of the contract, the will and its forms, offer and acceptance, the time and place of concluding the contract, the electronic conclusion of the contract, the electronic exchange of consent and signatures, acting on behalf of someone in contracts, the concept of competence, its types and prohibitions, the mandate, the penalty for defaulting one of the contract pillars, the effects of the contract, its nullity, and the reasons for its dissolution

  2. Unilateral act: this part includes studying general provisions for unilateral behavior and its applications

3220209

2

Civil Transactions Law (2), Involuntary Sources of Commitment

3210209

This course introduces the involuntary sources of commitment:

1-Harmful act and its applications: (definition of tort liability and distinguishing it from contractual liability, the combination and choice between the two liabilities, the elements of tort liability(negligence

- damage - causation) and its forms, responsibility for personal error, responsibility for the work of others, responsibility for things, study tort liability lawsuit and its effect)

2-The beneficial act and its applications, the gestion and its effect 3-the law as a direct source of commitment

3220608

3

Administrative Law

3110107

This course includes the following concepts:

Definition of administrative law (its origins, sources, and characteristics), the general foundations of administrative organization, methods of administrative organization, administrative centralization and decentralization, administrative concentration and deconcentration, delegation of administrative authority, administrative organization of the United Arab Emirates, the competencies of the Supreme Council of the Union, the powers of the Council of Ministers, the powers of UAE governments , the law of public employment, the public employee, the activity of the administrative authority, the

administrative control, the public facilities, the legal works of the administration, the administrative contract, termination of the contract, the public money and its provisions

3310504

2

Private international law (1), nationality and status of foreigners

3210209

This course covers the concept and sources of private international law, and some of its topics in particular the issue of nationality and the status of foreigners. Thus, it clarifies the general principles that govern the issue of nationality, as well as explaining the provisions of the Emirati nationality such as the reasons for obtaining, losing and restoring it, the disputes related to it, and the authorities concerned with nationality

issue. This course also explains the concept of the foreigner and the conditions for his entry, residence and exit from the UAE explaining his rights and duties enacted by UAE law

3310205

3

Labor law and social legislation

3210209

This course includes two main parts:

The first section deals with the labor law and the provisions of the work contract, and the other section deals with social legislation

The first section contains the general principles of labor law in terms of its definition, importance, characteristics, sources and the scope of its application. It also defines the employment contract and its characteristics, distinguishing it from other contracts, its conclusion, evidence, and its effects in terms of the obligations of the worker and the employer, its termination and expiration.

As for the second section, it includes studying social legislation in terms of social insurance and its financing (insurance contributions), the insurance facts that necessitates insurance entitlement, and the conditions for their entitlement in cases of old age, disability, need, calamities, and the rights established for them.

3310206

3

Civil Transactions Law 3 provisions of commitment and evidence

3220209

This course includes two branches: provisions of obligation and provisions of evidence.

The first section deals with the effects of commitment in the UAE civil transactions law from the time the obligation establishment until its expiration, by studying the natural commitment and civil commitment, the provisions of the in-kind compulsory implementation and implementation by compensation, the guarantee methods and the legitimate means guaranteed by the UAE civil transactions law to guarantees his right before the debtor, and the description of the obligation, its transfer, and the methods of its termination

As for the second branch, it gives the students a general idea of the rules of proof, the basic principles and types of evidence (writing, testimony, acknowledgment and oath)

3310408

3

Commercial Transactions Law (1), Merchant and Business Theory (English)

3210209

This course includes the following:

Definition of commercial law, its characteristics and its scope of application, the concept of commercial and civil works, describing the relationship between commercial law and civil law, commercial by its nature and commercial by relation, mixed commercial business, conditions for being a merchant, the professional obligations of the trader, the rules governing the commercial register and the consequent penalty of violating its provisions, commercial funds, commercial and industrial property in terms of how it is organized and protected, the commercial asset and its components, nature and characteristics, the sale of the commercial asset and its conditions and effects, the invalidity of the commercial asset sale, the obligations of the seller and the buyer in the commercial store, the mortgage of the commercial asset and the commercial store, the conditions and effects of the mortgage, commercial shop protection from competition, its conditions and effects, the contribution of the commercial asset, its terms and effects, applications on commercial businesses and the commercial shop,

all in accordance with Federal Law of Commercial Transactions of the United Arab Emirates

3310804

3

General Criminal Law

3110107

This course Introduces the general penal law, its regulations and application in terms of time and place, then proceeds to explain the two sections of this law:

The first section is the general theory of crime: defining the crime and explaining its form, elements, pillars and circumstances, divisions of crime in terms of gravity, the material element, and the moral element, divisions of crimes in Islamic criminal legislation, the material aspect of the crime, the relation of the cause, the principle of initiation In the crime, its definition and elements, the moral aspect of the crime, the criminal intent (its elements, images and proofs), the error (its images and proofs), the criminal participation, the original contribution, the criminal responsibility of the legal person, the elements of the partner's crime by causing, unintentional crimes, permissibility and its reasons, the legal defense (its conditions, restrictions and methods of proof), barriers of criminal responsibility, insanity and mental disabilities, the effect of mental perception loss, coma arising from a drug or intoxicant, the state of necessity, coercion and its provisions, young age and its provisions

The second section is the general theory of criminal punishment: defining penalty and its characteristics, the division of the penalty in terms of its gravity, the procedures for Qsas (retaliation in kind) in the penal legislation of the United Arab Emirates, penalties depriving freedom, financial penalties (their characteristics and conditions), complementary penalties and ancillary penalties, mitigation (causes and types), aggravation (causes and types), suspension of punishment, judicial pardon, general and special recidivism and its cases, multiple penalties, lapse of punishment, special and comprehensive pardons, rehabilitation, precautionary measure, non-punitive measures and their types, criminal measures and their types, cases of social defense, the state of habitual criminality, criminal gravity, measures prescribed for juveniles, delinquents and homeless persons

3320205

3

Civil Transactions Law (4) Contracts

3310206

The study of this course deals with different kind of contracts which are: sales contract , lease contract and contracting contract according to the following:

The sale contract: The course in this section deals with the definition of the sale contract and its characteristics, its convening in terms of its elements and conditions of validity, and its legal

implications in terms of the seller’s commitment to transfer ownership of the sold item and handing it to the buyer, guaranteeing exposure and entitlement, and hidden defects . And in terms of the buyer's obligation to pay the price, receive the item and bear the contract expenses.

The course also deals with some types of sales, such as selling the property of others, selling the representative to himself, and selling in the event of death.

Lease contract: The course in this section deals with the definition of the lease contract and its characteristics, its convening in terms of its elements and conditions of validity, and its legal implications in terms of the obligation of the lessor to hand over the leased premise for the tenant and enable him to use it, his commitment for maintenance, the guarantee of exposure and the guarantee of hidden defects, as well as the tenant's commitment to pay the rent and take over the leased property, taking care of it and returning it after the end of the lease period, and the special provisions regarding the reasons for the contract termination and its effects.

Contracting contract: The course in this section deals with the definition of the contracting contract and its characteristics, its convening in terms of its elements and conditions of validity, and its legal

effects in terms of the contractor's obligations and the provisions of his decennial responsibility, and in terms of the employer's obligations, and the provisions related to the termination of the contract

3321006

2

Legal reviews in English)1(

1110203

This course introduces students to the basic principles and rules of law. The course will analyze the principal rules governing civil and criminal actions, examines how courts operate, what sources of law are available to them, and looks in detail at typical legal problems which citizens and companies are likely to deal with.

3320307

3 :2-2

Civil Procedure Law)1(

3210209

This course includes the following concepts:

Introducing the civil procedure law of the United Arab Emirates by explaining the basic principles of the judiciary, the independence of the judiciary and its relationship with the rest of the authorities in the state, the judicial organization, the judicial jurisdiction, the rules of jurisdiction, the concept of litigation, the case theory, lawsuits through which rights are fulfilled, litigation procedures and methods The investigation of the case, the exchange of case documents electronically, the value of the electronic evidence, the holding of litigating cases, the litigation lapse, the types of judgments issued in civil disputes, and the different methods of appeal against these judgments

3410406

3

Commercial Transactions Law (2),

Companies and Bankruptcy

3410406

This course contains the following definitions:

The first section: companies: the concept of the commercial company, the origin of the idea of the company and its development, the legislative organization of companies in the United Arab Emirates, the legal nature of the commercial company, the types of companies, the formation of the company, its pillars, conditions of establishment and enforcement, the corporate personality of the company, the termination of the company, people companies, its pillars And the terms of its formation and enforcement, (solidarity company, simple partnership company, joint venture company), expiration of persons' companies, limited liability company

The second section: bankruptcy: denouncing bankruptcy and stating its general foundations, conditions for declaring bankruptcy, objective conditions, ruling for bankruptcy, the effects of the bankruptcy declaration ruling on the debtor, its effects on creditors and right holders, bankruptcy procedures, persons in charge of bankruptcy management and control, management of bankruptcy assets, Realization of bankruptcy debts, closure of bankruptcy, termination of bankruptcy

3410801

3

Special Criminal Law

3320804

This course contains the following concepts: Introduction to the Special Criminal Law, a study of the two sections of the Special Criminal Law in accordance with what is in force in the United Arab Emirates, the first section: Crimes against money, and includes: legislative policy in crimes of assault on funds, the crime of theft, elements of theft, punishment Theft, crimes related to theft, fraud and forgery crimes, the material element of fraud, the moral element, crimes related to fraud and fraud, crimes of high breach of trust, elements of financial breach of trust, crimes related to breach of financial trust, crimes of bribery, crimes of assault on intentional money, the second section: crimes committed

On persons, including: murder, premeditated murder and manslaughter, crimes affecting the right to

physical integrity, assault on honor, offenses against personal freedom, crimes against honor and honor

and moral consideration

3410603

3

Public finance and tax legislation

3110903

This course contains the following vocabulary: science of public finance, wireless concepts, definition, public needs and special needs, public services, public financial and private finance, elements of public finance, development of the scope of public needs, public finance and economic systems, public revenues, concept, division, elements, concept The general tax, the evolution of the tax concept, its characteristics, the rules for imposing taxes, the tax objectives, the legal basis for the tax, the technical organization of the tax, the economic effects of taxes, double taxation, tax evasion, public loans, the technical organization of public loans, public expenditures and their concept and divisions, the phenomenon of increasing expenditures and effects Its economic, state budget, state budget methods,

state budget deficit, domestic debt economics, concept and methods of fiscal policy

3411002

2

Legal reviews in English)2(

3321006

This course introduces students to the basic principles of international law, international organizations, civil transactions law (contracts) and commercial transactions law. It will also focus on the organizational structure of discussing

developing and enforcing international norms. Students will be able to use international law as a framework to analyze international issues and disputes, including economic, political, and security issues – with an emphasis on problem solving.

3410504

2

Private International Law (2), Conflict of Laws and Jurisdiction

3310504

This course clarifies the concept, sources and topics of private international law. It discusses, in particular, the issue of conflict of laws and judicial jurisdiction. Thus, it explains the general principles in Conflict of laws in cases of a foreign element, as well as their resolving mechanism through the rules of attribution in Emirati law. Besides that, it clarifies the cases of the jurisdiction of the Emirati courts

in cases that contain a foreign element, and the conditions necessary for the application of foreign judgments within the state

3420302

2 :2-1

Civil Procedure Law (2)

3320307

This course deals with the general principles of compulsory enforcement procedures, the execution judge and his assistants, then proceeds to study the following sections:

The first section is elements of execution. It includes the types of executive bonds, the components of the executive bond, the parties to the execution procedures, the authority that conducts the compulsory execution, and the place of execution.

The second section is execution procedures. It includes execution procedures on the movable property of the debtor, precautionary seizure, execution procedures on real estate, seizure of the debtor's property with others, distribution of execution proceeds

The third section is execution disputes. It includes general rules, execution disputes, and types of execution disputes.

3420303

3 :2-2

Criminal Procedure Law

3410801

This course defines the Code of Criminal, its relation to other laws, and its principles. Then, it clarifies the general framework of the criminal case before the criminal courts, starting with the initiation of the case by the Public Prosecution and the restrictions on its powers to initiate the criminal case, in addition to the reasons for the close of the criminal case. In the second section, it explains the investigation of

crimes, the collection of evidence and their examination. The third part defines the primary investigation. The fourth part discusses the rules of trials in the criminal court.

3420204

3

Civil Transactions Law (5), In-Kind Rights

3320205

This course includes two main sections:

A- The original in-kind rights: the right of ownership in general (its elements, characteristics, branches, its scope, means of protection, the restrictions), the types of ownership (detached and common), the method of managing common money, demise of the commonality by division, and the reasons for acquiring ownership

b- In-kind and personal insurances: in-kind securities such as mortgage, possession mortgage, lien rights, and personal insurance on the other hand

3420405

3

Commercial Transactions Law (3), Banking and Banking Operations

3410406

This course contains the following subjects:

the definition of commercial paper and (characteristics and functions), the unified international organization of commercial papers, the bill (its creation, circulation, fulfillment and guarantees), the promissory note, the check)its creation, objective, formal conditions, and circulation, paying its value and its guarantees, opposition to fulfillment, and its most important). This course also aims to study banking including opening bank accounts, renting iron safes, documentary credit, letter of guarantee, bank transfer, and bank loans.

3411210

2

Graduation Project

After completing 100 credit hour

This course aims to prepare the student for the postgraduate stage. The student does not guarantee his right to graduate and obtain a bachelor’s degree in Sharia and law unless s\he completes the graduation research in the final semester and gets the approval of the defense committee. An Instructor helps the student to choose his\her topic, directs his\her steps, and regulates supervision works in preparation for

its discussion it as due.

3411110

-

Internal and external practical training

After completing 90 credit hour

The practical training is divided into internal training and external training.

The external training: The practical training, career guidance and labor market unit in the college organizes the training in with the concerned academic department head and the relevant faculty member. The unit makes all necessary contacts with the related authorities inside and outside the college, and prepares all forms, statistics and reports according to the rules.

As for the internal training, it takes place inside the college within the framework of the educational court through various trials in different legal issues based on actual cases. The student tests his legal knowledge and skills in practical applications including Filing a lawsuit, preparing notes, or drafting contracts ... etc.

3420407

3

International commercial arbitration

3320307

This course Introduces international commercial arbitration and its types, explaining its importance in resolving commercial disputes. Then, it presents the rules for arbitration in terms of arbitration agreement and arbitration stipulation, its procedures, and its provisions’ implementation, with reference to international efforts in establishing unified rules such as the rules UNCITRAL, the Model Law of Arbitration, and international and Arab agreements.

3410205

3

Intellectual property law

3220209

This course includes the following subjects:

Literary and artistic property including the definition of intellectual property rights and its emergence, copyright, (its legal nature, elements, and legal protection) the period of legal protection for works, the protection of copyright and related rights In the law of the United Arab Emirates, international agreements regulating copyright, patenting and industrial designs, trademarks, commercial data, the mechanism of the legal system to protect intellectual property rights, the main principles of the TRIPS Agreement, the elements of the mechanism of intellectual property protection (general obligations imposed on Countries to ensure ease of implementation of the protection system, the preventive system to limit infringement of intellectual property rights, the penal system of intellectual property protection)


Fifth: Elective Requirements of the Law Program


3210810

3

Criminology and Punishment

3110107

This course contains the following concepts: The study of the two parts of the course: the first section: criminology, its concept, historical criminology, modern studies in criminology, the importance of criminology and its relationship with other forensic sciences, its legal concept, its social concept, its concept in the science of crime, the criminal, His concept, proof of his character, research methods in criminology, scientific betrayal in the interpretation of the pure criminal and the phenomena of delinquency Teaching the second section: the science of punishment, punishment, definition, essence, characteristics, sections, objectives, the most important problems illuminated about some penalties: (punishment of rules, punishment Freedom deprivation, penal institutions inside prisons), precautionary prison, its definition, foundations, types, characteristics, the most important reasons for precaution in the penal code of the United Arab Emirates, penal institutions, their origins, development, types of penal

institutions, open institutional institutions and semi-institutions of penal institutions, Correctional facility within penal institutions

3210812

3

Environment protection law (Englsh)

3110107

This course contains the following vocabulary: an introduction to the federal law of the United Arab Emirates on environmental protection and development, the concept of environment and pollution, the importance of environmental protection, environmental protection mechanisms, standards for environmental protection, administrative law for environmental protection, criminal law for environmental protection, legal protection The marine environment, the legal protection of the air environment, the legal protection of the terrestrial environment, the legal protection of food, the law against noise and the protection of public tranquility, the legal penalties for infringement of the

environment

3210812

3

International organizations (Englsih)

3110107

This section contains the following concepts: the definition of the international organization, the historical development of the international organization, the legal personality of the international organization, its nature, the implications for the recognition of the splendor of the authorities of international organizations, the legal status of workers in the international organization, the mechanism of work of the following organizations has been studied: The United Nations and agencies Its branches, the Commonwealth Organization, the Francophone Organization, the Organization of the Islamic Conference, regional organizations, and the focus is on: the European Union, the League of Arab States,

the Cooperation Council for the Arab Gulf States

3310409

3

E-commerce Laws

3220209

This course contains the following vocabulary: the definition of electronic commerce and its increasing importance, electronic contracts, electronic signature, electronic evidence, electronic money and the regulation of electronic payment methods, guarantees of confidentiality and privacy in light of electronic

transactions

3320910

3

International economy

3110903

This course covers the following concepts: studying the two parts of the course: the first section: theories of international trade, theories of foreign trade in traditional thought (the theory of absolute expense, the theory of comparative relative expense, the theory of international values, discussion of theories), theories of foreign trade in modern thought (the theory of expense Choice, a theory that causes the elements of production, modern theories under the modern international economic system), the balance of payments, its lavishness, its constraint, its structure, its equilibrium and its imbalance.

The second section: economic agglomerations: the definition of economic agglomeration, the national origins of economic blocs, the motives of economic agglomeration, the economic bloc in the logic of foreign trade, the economic bloc in the curriculum of contemporary economic schools, the pictures of economic blocs (types of economic agglomeration, applications to some forms of contemporary

intentional agglomeration, companies Transnational, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, World Trade Organization)

3320909

3

Economic legislation and consumer protection

laws

3210209

This course contains the following concepts studying the most important modern and emergency economic legislation in the United Arab Emirates and explaining its rules and effects (legislation and laws regulating free zones, customs laws, laws of international agreements concluded in the field of international trade and cross-border investments, laws regulating the work of the Central Bank and commercial banks, Laws regulating the performance of money markets, antitrust laws), the concept of ordinary consumer and electronic consumer, price laws and consumer protection, aspects of protection of

public and private economic legislation

3420806

3

Special penal legislation

3410801

This course defines one of the crimes of the Penal Code the special section and explains its elements according to what the student studied in the penal code the general section, then deals with pictures of these crimes according to the rules established in the penal code, the special section, and the student studies one of these crimes, including, for example,

  1. study Money laundering and terrorist financing crimes in accordance with Federal Law No. (20) of 2018 regarding addressing money laundering crimes and combating the financing of terrorism and financing illegal organizations

  2. Study human trafficking crimes in accordance with Federal Law No. (51) of 2006 regarding combating human trafficking crimes and related amendments

  3. Study information technology crimes according to the Information Technology Law No. (5) of 2012 and related amendments

3420408

3

Maritime and Air Law

3310408

This course includes the following concepts:

The first section: Maritime Law includes: Introducing maritime law, stating its origins, characteristics and effects. Elements of marine navigation (ship, people of marine navigation). The rules of maritime exploitation (ship lease contract, maritime transport contract, liability lawsuit in maritime transport,

marine sales, maritime transport contract for travelers), marine conventions (maritime collision, maritime aid and rescue, general losses)

Section Two: Air Law, which includes the definition of air law, its origins, characteristics and effects, the elements of air navigation (aircraft, crew and people of maritime navigation, airports), the scope of application of the provisions of air navigation (freedom of flight and the right of individual ownership on the surface, freedom of flight and state sovereignty over its airspace) . The rules of air exploitation and the scope of application of the Warsaw Convention on Air Transport (the commercial character of air transport, the international character of the private air transport of the Warsaw Convention, the air transport outside the scope of application of the Warsaw Convention, the legal nature of the air transport contract and its people, the formation and evidence of the air transport contract, the implementation of the air transport contract International), the liability of the international air carrier (the legal nature of the liability of the international carrier, the conditions for holding the liability of the international carrier, the means of paying the liability of the international carrier, the legal limitation of the liability, the liability

lawsuit, its parties and the court concerned with it and the loss of the right to raise it)

2120609

3

Hadith science and authentication

-

This course contains the following concepts: introducing the Sunnah and its place in Islamic legislation, studying the history of the emergence of hadith sciences and the most important books on it and explaining the characteristic, judgment, and sections of hadiths in the following images: the mutawatir, ahad, sahih, morsal, monqate’, mo’del, mosnad, marfo’, mawqof , weak, maqto’, and fabricated,.

Tolerance methods, and performance formulas

Then studying the principles of graduating hadiths, the approaches used in classifying hadith books, methods of graduation, what is used in every method, issues of using computers in graduation, sources and references for graduation, and rules for judging hadith

3420809

3

International criminal law

3410801

This course includes the following concepts: Introduction to international criminal law, its institutions, rules of operation and procedures, the general theory of crime and punishment in the context of international criminal law, general provisions for penal litigation and its procedures in the context of international criminal law, methods of proof and appeal in international criminal provisions, elements of international crime, reasons Permissibility, impediments to punishment and its manifestations in international criminal law, crimes of kidnapping of international means of transport, the crime of taking hostages, the crime of human trafficking, war crimes and genocide, mechanisms for the implementation

of criminal judgments in the field of international criminal law

2410402

2-2 :

3

Principles of Jurisprudence

2210407

It is described in the compulsory Bachelor of Sharia requirements

2220208

3

Contemporary medical jurisprudence research

2110306

It is described in the compulsory Bachelor of Sharia requirements

2420201


3

Comparative Criminal Jurisprudence

2110306

It is described in the compulsory Bachelor of Sharia requirements


Sixth: Requirements of the Minor


Course Number

Course Title

C.H

Prerequisite

2110104

Maliki Jurisprudence of worships 1

3

2110306

This course includes the following subjects:

Purification and its subdivisions like purified and defiled things, removing physical impurities, essentials and invalidations of wodu, Ghusl (the full-body ritual purification), Tayammum (dry ritual purification), menstruation and postpartum

Praying and its subdivisions like times of prayers, adan (the call to prayers), prayers required and Sunnah elements, Sajdah of forgetfulness, Supererogatory prayers, sajdah of recitation, congregational prayers, , istikharah (asking guidance of God in a particular matter), prayers of the traveler, Friday prayer, fear prayer, Eid prayer, Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse prayers, and funeral prayer

2110105

Shafi’i Jurisprudence of Worships 1

3

2110306

This course includes the following subjects:

Purification and its subdivisions like purified and defiled things, removing physical impurities, essentials and invalidations of wodu, Ghusl (the full-body ritual purification), Tayammum (dry ritual purification), menstruation and postpartum

Praying and its subdivisions like times of prayers, adan (the call to prayers), prayers required and

Sunnah elements, Sajdah of forgetfulness, Supererogatory prayers, sajdah of recitation, congregational prayers, , istikharah (asking guidance of God in a particular matter), prayers of the traveler, Friday prayer, fear prayer, Eid prayer, Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse prayers, and funeral prayer

2120104

Maliki Jurisprudence of Worships 2

3

2110104

This course includes the following subjects:

Zakat (alms giving) and its subdivisions: amount and type of money on which zakat must be paid, mutual Zakat, methods of giving alms and its distribution, Zakat with debt, Investing zakat alms, the role of zakat in supporting small businesses.

Fasting and its subdivisions: its proof, ruling of astronomical seeing, conditions of fasting, pillars of fasting, its principles and reprehensible actions, re-fasting Ramadan, optional fasting, forbidden days of fasting, fasting rulings for countries of long day, and rulings of I’tikaf (staying in a mosque for a certain number of days for performing worships)

Pilgrimage: its obligatory proof, the difference between fard and wajeb according to Maliki jurisprudence, ruling of performing pilgrimage on behalf of someone, pillars of pilgrimage and conditions of each one, types of Ihram (performing the cleansing rituals and wearing the prescribed attire), chronological times, clarifying spatial times through pictures or video, types of tawaf (going around the Ka’ba), rules of Sa’i (going back and forth between Safa and marwa), standing on Arafa,

ending Ihram, supplications of pilgrimage, manifestations of facilitation in pilgrimage of the prophet, rulings of visiting the prophet, *

2120105

Shafi’i Jurisprudence of Worship 2

3

2110105

This course includes the following subjects:

Zakat (alms giving) and its subdivisions: amount and type of money on which zakat must be paid, mutual Zakat, methods of giving alms and its distribution, Zakat with debt, Investing zakat alms, the role of zakat in supporting small businesses.

Fasting and its subdivisions: its proof, ruling of astronomical seeing, conditions of fasting, pillars of fasting, its principles and reprehensible actions, re-fasting Ramadan, optional fasting, forbidden days of fasting, fasting rulings for countries of long day, and rulings of I’tikaf (staying in a mosque for a certain number of days for performing worships)

Pilgrimage: the proof of its obligatory,

2210105

Maliki Jurisprudence of Transactions 1

3

2120104

This course includes rulings of contracts and financial transactions in Maliki Jurisprudence to provide the student with the basic knowledge of financial transactions jurisprudence in Islam to understand wisdom of Islamic legislation in financial transactions jurisprudence. Therefore, this course clarifies trade provisions including usury, forbidden types of trade, lease, loan, mortgage, money transfer,

warrant, liability, money seizure and Bankruptcy.

2210106

Shafi’i jurisprudence of Transactions 1

3

2120105

This course includes the following subjects:

Transactions in Shafi’i jurisprudence including: trade and its pillars and conditions, rulings of allowed trades, forbidden trades, and reprehensible trades, usury lease, loan, mortgage, warrant, liability, money seizure, bankruptcy, and money transfer.

2220105

Maliki jurisprudence of transactions 2

3

2210105

This course includes rulings of contracts and financial transactions in Maliki Jurisprudence to provide the student with the basic knowledge of transactions jurisprudence to understand philosophy of Islamic legislation in financial transactions jurisprudence. Therefore, this course includes studying sharing contracts such as companies, in addition to the rights and commitments including compromise, acknowledgement and deposit. It also presents donations contracts like the gift, lend, and

charity.

2220106

Shafi’i jurisprudence of Transactions

3

2210106

This course studies types of transactions related to donation such as transfer of property without consideration, utilization, lost and found, useless land reclamation, deposits, financial endowment. It also includes sharing contracts as companies, procuration, sharecropping and all their related provisions such as coercion and acknowledgement. The student learns how to apply these transactions

in reality clarifying the relation of the Islamic transactions to moral values.

الكلمات الدليلية: الشريعة, القانون, الإمام مالك, كلية, دبى, الإمارات , الشريعة والقانون.