Course Title : Methodology of Islamic Jurisprudence
Code Course
Credits ECTS
ISC 301-1 B 5 4 0 0 4.00 6
Lecturer and Office Hours Elton Karaj, Msc
Teaching Assistant and Office Hours
Language Albanian, Turkish
Course Level Bachelor
Description In this subject we will examine the sources of islamic jurisprudence and its methods of commenting. The fundamental sources of islamic inform us about the historic development and its main streams. We aim to make students able to explain and understand these provisions. Here are examined the rules of the language and the methodolgy that should be met to understand the religious texts. It also aims to resolve issues under the Islamic Jurisprudence
Objectives This subject aims to help students recognise the islamic jurisprudence science and the terms of this science
Course Outline
1Components of Jurispudence
2The rules of society and Jurisprudence
3The knowledge of jurisprudence and practice
4The systems of Jurisprudence
5Jurisprudence and Justice
6The connection between jurisprudence and culture
7The sources of jurisprudence
8Midterm Exam
9The division of jurisprudence in different branches
10The difference between Jurisprudence of society and individual jurisprudence
11The rule of jurisprudence and practical side
12The jurisprudence and the methods of explanation
13The mentality of jurisprudence
14The jurisprudence and the implementation of the rules
15Repeat Course
16Final Exam
  • İsmail Köksal, Azb ü Fürat, Fıkıh Usulü-İslam Hukuk Metodolojisi, Yeni Akademi Yay., İstanbul 2013.
  • Zekiyyüddin Şa'ban, İslam Hukuk İlminin Esasları, (Çev.: İbrahim Kafi Dönmez), Türkiye Diyanet Vakfı Yay., Ankara 2005.
Other References
  • Muhammed Ebu Zehra, İslam Hukuku Metodolojisi, (çev. Abdülkadir Şener), Fecr Yayınevi, Ankara 1994.
Laboratory Work
Computer Usage
Learning Outcomes and Competences
1The students will learn the fundamental rules of islamic jurisprudence
2The connection of the islamic jurisprudence with other jurisprudences
3Different terms about islamic jurisprudence
Course Evaluation Methods
In-term studies Quantity Percentage
Term Projects00
Contribution of in-term studies to overall grade45
Contribution of final examination to overall grade55
ECTS (Allocated Based on Student) Workload
Activities Quantity Duration
Total Workload
Course Duration (Including the exam week : 16 x Total course hours) 16464
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) 14228
Assignments 100
Midterms 11616
Final examination 12121
Other 21020
Total Work Load 149
Total Work Load / 25 (hours) 5.96

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