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PHD ISLAMIC STUDIES (AFTER MS/MPHIL)

Course Facts
Study Level Study Mode Program Duration Credit Hours

Post Graduate

Full-Time

6 Semesters (3 Years)

24

Eligibility Criteria

18 of Education, MS/M Phil or Equivalent degree from HEC recognized university with minimum 3.00/4.00 CGPA in semester system or 60% marks in Annual system. All the applicants having MS/MPhil or Equivalent degree (18 Years Education) may be given waiver in coursework as per HEC policy. A Graduate Record Examination (GRE) test administered by the Education testing Service, or a graduate admission test administered by the Education Testing Council, or an equivalent TUF test developed by TUF is mandatory to pass. For the interview, the applicant shall also be required to submit a ‘Statement of Purpose’

Objective

•To promote awareness about the basic and silent features of Islamic civilization and thoughts.

•To promote studies and research in Islamic thoughts and civilization involving conceptual analyses, clarification and collaboration of Islamic key concepts.

•To highlight role of Islam in development of various fields of knowledge and global civilization.

•To promote awareness about the basic and silent features of Islamic civilization and thoughts.

•To promote studies and research in Islamic thoughts and civilization involving conceptual analyses, clarification and collaboration of Islamic key concepts.

•To open new vistas of instructions and research in Islamic thoughts and civilization

•To highlight role of Islam in development of various fields of knowledge and global civilization.

•To promote awareness about the basic and silent features of Islamic civilization and thoughts.

Role and Scope

•PhD degree in Islamic Studies will widen career options including existing opportunities in public and private sector educational institutions.

•This program is designed to produce such teachers and prepare scholars to initiate dialogue in Islamic perspective.

•This program will ensure the young researcher to participate in the human world that inherits from older generation and to live a good life.

•It is largely beneficial to nation builders.

•This is an advanced level studies for students waiting for their future learning, their proficiency as professionals and their selection and promotion in their field.

Scheme of studies

Semester 1

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ISL-801 Ancient Arabic Literature 3(3-0)
ISL-802 Contemporary Trends and Comparative Studies in Tafsir Literature 3(3-0)
ISL- Elective 3(3-0)
  Total 9

Semester 2

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ISL-803 Principles of Criticism in Islamic Research 3(3-0)
ISL- Elective 3(3-0)
ISL- Elective 3(3-0)
  Total 9

Comprehensive Examination in semester III (required for candidacy of PhD)
Semester 3, 4, 5, 6

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ISL-820 Thesis 6(0-6)
OR
  (In case a student is not opting research work, he/she will be required to enroll two elective courses of 6 credit hours) 6(6-0)
  Total 6
  Total Credit Hours: 24

List of Major Courses (if any)

Serial Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
01 ISL-801 Ancient Arabic Literature 3(3-0)
02 ISL-802 Contemporary Trends and Comparative Studies in Tafsir Literature 3(3-0)
03 ISL-803 Principles of Criticism in Islamic Research 3(3-0)

List of Elective Courses

Serial Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
01 ISL-804 Research in Uloom ul Hadith 3(3-0)
02 ISL-805 Modern Fiqhi Problems in Pakistan 3(3-0)
03 ISL-806 Trends of Seerah Writing 3(3-0)
04 ISL-807 Religious and Literary Movements of Muslim World 3(3-0)
05 ISL-808 Seerah Studies (Muslim and Oriental Writers) 3(3-0)
06 ISL-809 Impact of Muslim Ideology on Western Writers 3(3-0)
07 ISL-810 Modern Ideology and Logical Problems 3(3-0)
08 ISL-811 Ijtihad and Contemporary Challenges 3(3-0)
09 ISL-812 Islam and Modern Economics Policies 3(3-0)
10 ISL-813 Major Gender Issues….. Islamic Solutions 3(3-0)
11 ISL-814 Philosophy and Objectives of Shariah 3(3-0)
12 ISL-815 Religious and Literary Movements of Muslim World 3(3-0)
13 ISL-816 Tasawwuf and Post Modernity 3(3-0)
14 ISL-817 Islam and Christianity: Theological Themes 3(3-0)
15 ISL-818 Human Rights Law: A Comparative Perspective 3(3-0)