The aim is to develop a critical and analytical approach to the study of Islam and provide a greater insight into the sources and origins of Islamic thought, in particular the Qur’an and Sunnah, together with a knowledge and understanding of the life of the Prophet Muhammad and its contemporary significance. Compulsory modules are Islamic Studies: Qur’an and Sunnah; Life of the Prophet Muhammad; Research Methodology; Dissertation. Optional Modules include Islamic History; Islam and Pluralism; Gender Issues/ Family Life in Islam; Management of Mosques, Trusts and Endowments; Muslims in Britain; Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance; Islam in Europe; Muslim Thought.
Normally at least a Second Class Honours Degree from a recognised university or the equivalent in a recognised subject area. Maturity and experience may also be considered.
Full Time: £4000 for Home Student and £7000 for International Students. Part Time: Available to home students only - £2200 per annum
Recipient: The Markfield Institute of Higher Education
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