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INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA

COURSE OUTLINE
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Kulliyyah

Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences

Department

Usl al-Dn and Comparative Religion

Programme

(BIRK) Usl al-Dn and Comparative Religion

Name of Course /
Module

Islamic Aqdah

Course Code

RKUD 3010A

Name(s) of Academic
staff / Instructor(s)
Rationale for the
inclusion of the
course / module in the
programme
Semester and Year
(Level) Offered

Dr Noor Amali Bin Mohd Daud; Dr Rosidah Ahmad;


Dr.Asma Uthman el-Muhammadi

Course Status

Fundamental

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Knowledge of the content of the course is an


essential element for the mastering of the field of
Usl al-Dn and Islamic Thought
Semesters I & II / Level 3

10 Level of Programme

Bachelor

11 Start Date

Semester 1, 2011/2012

Others

ExaminationEnd-of-Sem

40.5

Others

Total Student
Learning Time (SLT)

Practical

13

Students with matric number starting with 111


onwards.
Assessme
Face to Face
nt-Related
Activities
Lecture /
Classroom

Batch of Students to
be Affected

Instruction

12

12

26.5

Independent Learning

Total

42

124

14 Credit Value / Hours

15 Pre-requisites (if any)

NIL

16 Co-requisites (if any)

NIL

17 Course Objectives

The objectives of this course are to:


1. expound the definition of Islamic ` Aqidah
and its related meanings.
2. highlight the fundamentals of Islamic
Aqidah.
3. relate and internalize the tawhidic teaching in
Muslim life, individual and societal.
4. discuss the challenges confronted by Muslim
from within and without
At the end of this course, students are expected to
have the ability to:

18 Learning Outcomes

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Transferable Skills:

1. examine the various definition and terms


related to Islamic Aqidah (C1+C3 + C4).
2. pursue the concept of tawhid in all spheres of
Muslim life. (A3+EM1+EM2+EM3)
3. determine the various issues related to
Islamic Aqidah (LL1+LL2)
4. analyze the challenges that confront Islam
from within and without (CTPS3 LL1+LL2)
5. To solve problems on issues in Aqidah.
(CTPS6)
Skills
(correspondi
ng to LOs)
Critical
Thinking (able
to look for
ideas and find
alternative
solutions)

Skill
development
techniques
Brainstorming

Assessment
method
Case Study

Teaching-Learning
20 and Assessment
Strategy

Teaching-learning
strategy
Interactive teaching

Assessment strategy
combination of
coursework evaluation
and final written
examination.

21 Course Synopsis

This course deals with the basic foundation of the


Islamic aqidah within the context of a holistic view
of the universe, from the perspective of tawhd. The
course also stresses on the sources of aqidah and
its objectives. Within this framework, students are
expected to learn the methodology of reasoning in
dealing with issues concerning aqidah. This course
also aims at guiding students to grasp certain
religious key-concepts such as dn, mn, ihsn,
firah, truth, ikhtiyr and amnah.

22 Mode of Delivery

Brainstorming, Cooperative Learning,


Demonstrations, Discussion, Presentations and
lectures
Course
LOs
1
1,3,4
2,3,4

Method
Tests
Assignments
End of semester
examination
TOTAL

Assessment Methods
and Type / Course
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Assessment

%
20
40
40
100

Mapping of the course


/ module to the
24 programme aims

Course
LOs
1
2
3
4

Programme Aims
Aim 1 Aim 2 Aim 3

Mapping of course / module to the Programme Learning Outcomes

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Course
LOs
1
2
3
4
5

Programme Outcomes
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5
6
7
8

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Content outline of the course / module and the SLT per topic
Learning
Weeks
Topics
Task/Reading
Hours
Introduction to the study of Islamic
Abdt,
1
aqdah.
07.00
Mahmd Slim
Definition of Islamic aqdah
(1998), pp. 7-9
The characteristics of Islamic aqidah:
Abdt,
Mahmd Slim
The divine origin (rabbniyyah);
(1998), pp. 31-50
Permanent realities (thabt);
Comprehensiveness (shuml);
2
06.00
Balance (tawzun)
Dynamism (jbiyyah);
Realism (wqiiyyah);
Oneness of God (tawhd)
3

The objectives of Islamic aqidah and


its sources

The concept of freedom of belief

06.00

Al Far,
Muammad Abu
al Ghay (1983)
pp. 33-43
Al Maydni, Abd
al Rahmn
(1992), pp. 17-22

The Islamic Worldview: Its elements


and its concept of the universe, life
and man.
The concept of dn (religion):
Indebtedness;
Submissiveness;
Judicious power; and
Natural inclination
The concept of submission
(Islm/Istislm)
The concept of islm, mn, and
ihsn
The concept of ikhtiyr
The concept of fitrah (human
nature)
The concept of amnah and
khilfah
Aqidah of al-tawhd
Tawhd as Worldview
The concept of tawhd alulhiyyah, tawhd al-rubbiyyah
and tawhd al-asma wa al-sift

06.00

06.00

06.00

06.50

06.00

Implications of al-tawhd to humans


life, personality and thought

06.00

The reality of believing in


prophethood and revealed Books
The characteristics of the rislah
(message) of the Prophet
Muhammad
Muslim attitude towards ahl alkitb and others

Al-Attas, S.M.N
(2000), pp. 79114

Al Maydni, Abd
al Rahmn
(1992), pp. 67-80

The concept of shirk and other related


concepts such as kufr, nifq, and fisq

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Al-Mubrak,
Muammad
(1981), pp.
38-82

06.00

Hirsi, Muhammad
Halulah,et.al.,(2003),
pp. 49-62

Nassar,
Muammad
Abd al
Sattar,
(1995), pp.
96-99
Yasin, Muammad
Nam (n.d), pp. 734
Yasin, Muammad
Nam (n.d), pp.
146-152
Al Mal, Amad
Al (1986), pp.
385-389
Al Bi,
Muammad
Said
Ramaan
(1397H), 189255
Al Maydani, Abd alRahmn (1992), pp.

365-503

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The reality of believing in al-ghayb


(unseen), al-qadar (predestination)
and al-khirah (Hereafter)
Belief in Angels: Its necessity in
human life
Belief in qad and qadar: Its
impact on human life
The relationship between qadar
and ikhtiyr, du, and ibtil
Belief in the khirah

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06.00

06.00

Nassr,
Muammad
Abd alSattar,
(1995), pp.
125-132
Al Fart,
Muammad
Abu al Ghayt
(1983), pp.
307-363
Al Duri, Qahtan ,
et.al.,(2002), pp. 369453

Islamic Aqidah: Challenges and


responses through jihd against them
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06.00

Qardw, Y
(1988), pp.
13-46, al
Ghuttah, Aziz
(1992),
pp.17-37
Fatth, Irfan
(2001), pp. 1741.

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External challenges: Secularism,


modernity, and globalization

06.00

Symah,
Muammad, et.al.
(1993)., pp. 250263

Al
Fart,Muammad
Abu al Ghay
(1983). pp. 390400
Main references supporting the course
Required
Al Attas, Muhammad Naquib.(2000). Mudkhalt fi al Islm wa al
Ilmniyyah. Translated by: Muammad ahir al Misw. Kuala Lumpur: al
Maahad al lam li al Fikr wa al Haarah al Islmiyyah.
Al Bi, Muammad Sad Ramaan. (1397H). Kubra al Yaqniyyt al
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Kawniyyah. Beirt: Dr al Fikr.


Al Dri, Qahn., et.al. (2002). Ul al Dn al Islm (Ammn: Dr al Fikr li
al-ibah wa al-Nashr wa al Tawz.
Al Far, Muammad Abu al Ghay. (1983). Al Aqdah al Islmiyyah fi
Muwjahat al Madhhib al Haddmah. Al Kuwait: Dr al Buhth al
Ilmiyyah li al Nashr wa al-Tawz.
Al Ghuah, Azz. (1992). Al Ilmniyyah Min Mandhr Mukhtalif. Beirt:
Markaz Dirsat al Wahdah al Arabiyyah.
Al Mubrak, Muammad. (1981). Niam al Islm al Aqdah wa al
Ibdah.Dar al Fikr.
Fattah, Irfan Abd al ameed. (2001). al Fikr al Dini al Muasir wa Tahadiyyat
al Hadathah, Majallah Islamiyyah al Marifah, al Sanah al Sabiah, No 26,
Viginia: al Maahad al lam li al Fikr al-Islmi.
Hallah, Hirs, et.al (2003). Ilm al Aqid ind al Muslimn : Dirsah
Hadthah Mutawzinah. (K.Lumpur: Fajar Ulung).
Ysn, Muammad Nuaym. (n.d). Kitab al mn Arknuh,
Haqqatuhu, Nawqiduh.San: Dr Iqra.
Qub, Sayyid. (1983). Khai al Taawwur al Islmiy wa Muqawwimtuh.
Beirt: Dr Ihy al Kutub al Arabiyyah.
Al Mal, Amad Al. (1986). Dirsah fi Ilm al Aqdah al Islmiyyah fi
aw al Kitb wa al-Sunnah. Dimasyq: Mabaah al Fajr.
Al Maydn, Abd al-Rahmn asan. (1992). AlAqdah al Islmiyyah wa
Ususuh . Dr al Qalam.
Al Najjar, Abd al amd. (1993). Khilfah al Insn Bayn al Wahy wa al
Aql. Virginia: IIIT.
Naar, Muammad Abd al Sattar, et.al. (1995). Al Madkhal Il Dirsah al
Aqdah wa al Adyn.

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Symah, Muammad.et.al. (1993), Aqid wa Tayyrat


Muirah, (Qaar: Dar Quri Ibn al Fujaah)
Additional references supporting the course

Fikriyyah

Recommended
Abd, Abd al Ghani. (1982). Al Islm wa al Kawn. Al Qhirah: Dr al
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Syurq.
Al Asyqar, Umar Sulaymn. (1985). Al Rusul wa al Rislt. Al Kuwait:
Maktabah al Falh.
Al-Ghazzl. (1974). The Foundations of the Articles of Faith. Lahore: Sh.
Muhammad Ashraf.
Al-Maydn, Abd al-Rahmn Hasan Habannakah. (2000). Al-Aqdah alIslmiyyah wa Ususuha.
Al-ahaw, Ahmad Salmah. (1980). Usl al-Aqdah al-Islmiyyah. Beirt.
Dr, Qahn Abd al Rahmn. (2007).Al Aqdah al Islmiyyah wa
Madhhibuha. Ammn :Dr al-'Ulum lil-Nashr wa-al-Tawz'
Jabrn, Abdullah Ibn Abd al Azz. (2008). Tahdhb Tashl al Aqdah alIslmiyyah. al-Riyadh:Fahrasat Maktabah al-Malik Fad al-Waaniyah Athna'
al-Nashr
Maududi, Sayyid Abul Ala. (1997). Four Basic Quranic Terms. Delhi:
Markazi Maktaba Islami.
Mutiq, Awwd ibn Abd Allh. (2009). Bu th Mu akkamah f al-Aqdah
al-Islmyah. al-Riyd :Maktabat al-Rushd Nshirn
Qamayriyyah, Uthmn Jamah. (1999). Madkhal li dirsat al-aqdah alIslmiyyah. Jeddah.

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Prepared by:

Checked by:

Approved by:

Dr Noor Amali Bin


Mohd Daud

Prof. Dr. Thameem


Ushama
Head, Department.
of Usl al-Dn and
Comparative
Religion,
KIRKHS

Prof. Dr. Ibrahim M.


Zein
Dean
KIRKHS

At the end of the programme, students are able to obtain the


following:

1. Knowledge: The ability to demonstrate a thorough understanding of


the fundamental concepts and principles in Usul al-Dn and
Comparative Religion.
2. Practical Skills: The ability to apply and demonstrate the knowledge
they acquired from their studies into their lives spiritually,
intellectually, socially and professionally.
3. Social Skills and Responsibilities: The ability to acquire and use the
scientific methods with their critical and creative approaches, within
the boundaries of Islamic values, to solve problems related to
behavioural, cognitive and moral and spiritual issues
4. Values, Attitudes and Professionalism: The ability to appraise and
examine appropriately issues surrounding the Ummah and
formulate solutions for them.
5. Communication, Leadership and Team Skills: The ability to employ
the knowledge and skills they learned from the courses into their
social responsibilities in the context of ibadah.
6. Problem Solving and Scientific Skills: The ability to practice state-ofthe-art technology into their intellectual, personal, social and
professional lives.
7. Information Management and Lifelong Learning Skills: The ability to
represent the wasatiyyah or rightly balanced moderation of Islam as
the proper mode of Islamic discourse, inter religious dialogue and
live harmoniously in plural societies.
8. Managerial and Entrepreneurial Skills: The ability to present the
correct Islamic position or perspectives on contemporary issues in a
multi religious and multi racial and multi cultural context.
9. Relevantization: The ability to provide solutional approaches to inter
religious issues pertaining to extremism, deviant teachings, human
rights issues and inter and intra religious conflicts.
10.
Integration: The ability to integrate Usul al-Dn principles in
the study of philosophy, Islamic thought, civilizations, ideologies
and other religions.

Appendix:
The aims of the program:
1. To produce graduates who possess an integrated and holistic
approach to education and career based on Islam.

2. To produce graduates with correct understanding of the Islamic


worldview and how it relates to contemporary issues and
challenges.
3. To produce graduates who are well-versed in Islamic aqidah, Islamic
thought and dawah issues and are capable of assuming leadership
roles in society.
4. To produce graduates who possess an integrated and holistic
approach in understanding other religions, their communities,
worldviews and value systems.

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