Bachelor in Arabic Language and Islamic Studies

faculty of Education Tripoli - Department of Arabic Language


The study program of the department is concerned with the achievement of the graduate,  by enabling him/her to master the Arabic language in writing, pronunciation and performance and be capable  of employing it, and evaluating the  tongues of students to narrow the  gap between classical  and colloquial, and including the provisions of Islamic knowledge and  Sharia issues and everything related to Islamic  culture, which qualifies  the graduate to teach Islamic education,  and to be familiar with the history of Arabic literature and the advantages of literary production in each era, to teach Arabic language in all its branches efficiently and competently.


1) Preserving the integrity of the Arabic language as the language of the Holy Qur'an, the title of the nation's personality, and the symbol of its identity.

2) Enriching human knowledge of the Arabic language, literature, culture and civilization.

3) Develop the student to realize some aspects.

4) Interaction with the cultures of the age, its knowledge and experiences, and the establishment of bridges of human communication with this contemporary reality, in which the theories and creations of literature and doctrines of criticism have become a common heritage and the property of every language.

5) Encourage distinguished relevant scientific research, students and faculty members to present pioneering ideas.

6) Employing the best teaching aids, teaching aids and tools that ensure the success of the educational process.

7) Graduating cadres with a high degree of education, qualification and excellence.

8) Prepare prospective graduates to pursue graduate studies in the major.


1. To gain knowledge and understanding of:

A. Methods of thinking in the face of problems.

B. General teaching methods, general education, and what was related in general and the Arabic language in particular.

c. Raising awareness of the elimination of methodology and trying to reach science.

D- Developing students' talents and abilities in literary arts through acquisition.

C - Developing the student's organized scientific thinking in the lecture and test.

H - Acquire self-organized learning strategies.

2- The objectives of the special skill:

A - The student should develop his/her linguistic and literary skill and be able to familiarize himself/herself with the rules of the fixed language and keep pace with the new and link it to the original.

The student should acquire the skills of teaching Arabic in preparatory and secondary schools.

3- Emotional goals:

A - The student should be aware of the importance of the role that will be played when practicing the teaching skill.

B – The student's contribution to preserving the linguistic and literary heritage of his nation and keeping pace with the new colloquialism and securities that have begun to spread widely in society.

B - Psychological and educational and contribute to addressing the problems of students and guide them properly.

4. Transferred general skills (employ ability and personal development skills)

A- Ability to communicate and communicate in writing and orally

B- Proficiency in Arabic in writing, pronunciation and literature.

c. Preparation of researchers, specialists and teachers in the field of language, literature and Islamic law.

Certificate Rewarded

Bachelor of Arts and Education (Arabic Language and Islamic Studies).

Entry Reuirements

1. To have a certificate from one of the Libyan high schools or any secondary certificate recognized by the Ministry of Education.

2. The applicant must be committed to the values and ethics of the Islamic religion.

3. To be able to continue studying in the university.

4. To undertake to abide by the laws, regulations in force at the university and faculty.

Study Plan

The Bachelor in Arabic Language and Islamic Studies prepares students to qualify for Bachelor in Arabic Language and Islamic Studies. The student studies several subjects which have been carefully chosen in this major to cover its different aspects.

It comprises 8 Semesters of study, in which the student will study a total of 136 units, which include 32 units of general subjects, and 80 major units, 24 of elective units. In addition to a final project in the student's major.

Study plan for this program is shown below:

1st Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
EPSY101 Fundamentals of Education 02 Compulsory +

It clarifies the historical, philosophical and social foundations of education, and clarifies the relationship between education and society, its goals and aspirations. Learn about the methods and skills that help educators perform their tasks efficiently.

AR107 Grammar 1 04 Compulsory +

Syntax is the science that aims to master the syntactic level of the Arabic language through constructing sentences and related differences in syntax depending on the different factors and the multiplicity of cases of Arabic sentences in terms of introduction, delay, omission, mention, prominence and concealment. In this course, the student gets acquainted with the first component of the Aarab sentence (the word) as the first building block in the grammatical structure, by indicating its type in terms of structure, gender and gender, and its conditions in terms of construction and syntax. Completely banned. And they study what expresses an appreciative expression of nouns and verbs.

AR108 Jurisprudence of worship 1 02 Compulsory +

Through this course, the student gets acquainted with the concept of acts of worshiping, their aims, and their rules in general, and the purification that precedes them. He learns the reality of ablution, tayammum, ghusl, and wiping over the socks and splint, along with identifying the rulings on menstruation and postpartum bleeding.

AR109 Principles of writing 1 02 Compulsory +

This course aims to introduce students to the history and development of Arabic writing, including the basic skills of writing and reading. In addition, students will learn and practice the rules of writing hamza, solar and lunar laam, taa’ marbouta, taa’ maftouha, and the rules of writing a soft alif, with an applied study on eloquent texts.

AR112 02 Compulsory +

EPSY 100 General Psychology 02 Compulsory +

The concept of general psychology. The objectives of psychology and the variables that govern behavior, types of branches of psychology. The most important concepts and principles related to psychology. Research methods in general psychology, general psychological laws of human behavior. Schools of Psychology - Nervous System and Behavior. Higher mental processes, learning, the concept of stimulus and response, the concept of intelligence, perception, sensation, remembering, forgetting, and thinking. Motivation: Defining motivation and the different classifications of motives that can be limited to biological and physiological motives, employing psychological knowledge and educational concepts to serve the educational process.

EN100 General English1 02 University requirement +

This course aims to develop the students' ability to deal with the English basics used in everyday life. It helps them communicate correctly and improve their English language four skills ( listening, speaking, reading and writing ) by using efficient and helpful exercises, conversations, examples and activities . It also provides them with the basic and simple grammar of English language ( like verbs, simple present, present continuous… ) and commonly used vocabulary and phrases.

2nd Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
AR115 Pre-Islamic literature 2 02 Compulsory AR112 +

In this course, students will be introduced to prose in the pre-Islamic era and its sources, including oratory, proverbs, maxims, etc. They will study models of these types of prose.

EPSY 201 General Teaching Methods 02 Compulsory +

The student acquires some cognitive, emotional and skill aspects of education related to teaching and its methods that help them in teaching general education curricula. The student is characterized by the moral values and positive attitudes required by the teaching profession. The student has the ability to use modern teaching methods that emphasize the learners' activity and positivity and take into account the individual differences among them. The student formulates behavioral goals in its various fields (cognitive, emotional, and psychomotor): He has the ability to plan effectively (daily, quarterly, and annual), and he has the ability to manage the classroom effectively.

EPSY 203 Developmental Psychology 02 General EPSY 100 +

Course shortdescription: The course aims to acquire the student: The concept of growth. Growth demands, laws of growth. The theoretical and applied importance of studying developmental psychology. Factors affecting the growth process - genetic factors - environmental factors - other factors). Research Methods in Developmental Psychology:( The historical curriculum - the descriptive approach - the experimental approach - the clinical approach), the stages of child development, its manifestations, gender differences, and its educational applications Childhood problems, adolescence - concept - definition, demands of growth in adolescence. The theoretical and applied importance of studying the psychology of adolescence. Factors affecting the development of the adolescent's personality: (vital factors - environmental factors - other factors) Stages of adolescent development, its manifestations, gender differences, and its educational applications: (adulthood - early adolescence. middle adolescence - late adolescence - adolescence problems

EN101 General English2 02 University requirement EN100 +

This course is designed to enhance the students' ability to deal with the concepts used in English language and upgrade their knowledge of English in an authentic context. It also teaches the language required for performing the language which are necessary for any kind of English language enquiry.

AR117 Bachelor of Arts and Education, Arabic Language and Islamic Studies 02 Compulsory +

Through it, the student learns about the provisions that pertain to the Muslim family, starting with marriage and the rights of both spouses, in addition to knowing the provisions of divorce, khulaa' and alimony.

AR116 Principles of writing 2 02 Compulsory AR109 +

The course is a completion of Reading 1 and Writing 1 courses. Students, in this course, will be introduced to some letters that can be omitted in writing but not verbally or can be omitted verbally but not in writing. Additionally, they will study about the rules of conjunction and disjunction in Arabic writing. In addition, they will be able to identify punctuation, different types of writing such as Literary writing, reports, correspondence, biographies, and articles. They will also learn how to identify some common writing mistakes and how to fix or correct them.

AR114 Jurisprudence of worship 2 02 Compulsory AR108 +

It aims to identify one of Arkaan El-Islam, which is prayer, by knowing its legitimacy and status in Islam, the ruling on leaving it, the types of prayers, their times, conditions, obligations, Sunnahs, dislikes, etiquette, and invalidations.

AR113 Grammar 2 04 Compulsory AR107 +

In this course, the students are introduced to the types of cognitions: (pronouns, the proper noun, the demonstrative noun, the relative noun, the identifier with a, the identifier with the call and the genitive of the genitive). Then they proceed to identify the structure of the Arabic sentence. Study the conditions of Al-Mobtada and Al-Khaber.

3rd Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
AR 207 Arabic Morphology (Sarf) 1 04 Compulsory +

The course Morphology 1 (Sarf 1) aims at enabling students to master the use of Arabic word structure through learning the morphological units and derivational processes that affect the structure and meaning of words. Students learn the basics of prosodic templates, verb derivations, augmented and unaugmented verbs; sound and defected verbs; declinable and indeclinable verbs; pronoun attachment and verb corroboration.

EPSY 200 Educational Psychology 02 Compulsory EPSY 100 +

Mini description The concept, importance and goals of learning psychology. The most important concepts and principles related to the psychology of learning, research methods in educational psychology, understanding the learning process and its conditions. Learning theories, and how to benefit from them in the educational situation. Comparison between learning theories and their educational applications. The importance of transferring the impact of learning as a result of the learning process. The concept of intelligence, special abilities, individual differences, and factors affecting them. The concept of motivation, and providing students with concepts about it, and how to provoke it for them. The student acquired the skill of educational evaluation, building achievement tests, employing knowledge, and psychological educational concepts to serve the educational process.

CS100 computer 1 02 University requirement +

This course covers the following main headings, which are the uses of the computer - its types - the binary digital system - the physical components of the computer - types of software - computer networks - the basics of the Internet - computer crimes and data security and protection.

EPSY 202 Basics Of Curriculums 02 Compulsory EPSY 203 +

The mini-description recognizes the importance of studying curriculum science and recognizes the concepts associated with the school curriculum. Compares the main trends about the concept of the school curriculum and its theories, historical stages, and the factors of its development and improvement It accommodates the components of the school curriculum system, and its Islamic rooting. Acquire the skill of formulating educational objectives. Understand the extent of integration and overlap of the processes of building the school curriculum, understand the foundations of building the school curriculum. Increase the knowledge and skill necessary to analyze the school curriculum. Compare the different organizations for building the school curriculum. To understand the great burden that falls on him as a future teacher in the process of implementing the curriculum. Recognizes the importance of evaluating and developing the school curriculum. To be aware of the importance of his role as a teacher in the process of evaluating and developing the curriculum

AR207 02 Compulsory +

AR205 02 Compulsory AR115 +

AR203 Jurisprudence of worship 2 02 Compulsory AR114 +

Through this course, the student gets to know more about Arkaan El-islam, such as fasting, by knowing its truth, types, conditions, and expiation, as well as getting acquainted with the provisions of i'tikaaf.

AR202 Grammar 3 04 Compulsory AR113 +

This course is a continuation of the construction of the nominal sentence by examining the actual and literal transcribers and their influence on the grammatical meaning of the sentence. Then the student moves to the transponders that set two or more effects.

4th Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
EPSY 302 Measurements and Evaluation 02 Compulsory EPSY 100 +

Recognizing the following concepts: psychological measurement - educational evaluation - tests - evaluation, determining the relationship between the four concepts mentioned in the first point, recognizing validity and reliability as conditions for measurement and evaluation, recognizing the types of achievement tests.

CS101 Computer 2 02 University requirement CS100 +

This course gives the student a quick introduction to: computers, their operating system, application programs, windows and their uses, Paint, notebooks, Internet browsers, and the use of application programs, Word, Excel, and Power Point in practice. Where the practical part is considered the largest part for acquiring practical skills, and these programs will help the student in completing his duties, his graduation project, and in his practical life after graduation.

EPSY301 Research Methods 02 Compulsory EPSY 111 +

Scientific and its characteristics - scientific research scientific research institutions. The researcher, his competence and scientific trends - variables in scientific research and their classifications). Scientific research scheme (preparation of research scheme - elements of research scheme - research sources). Scientific writing tools: (documenting scientific research data - using the library - searching for information sources by computer and Internet services. Methodology of writing in research papers - Methods of documentation in the text - Documentation at the end of the report). Types of educational research: (methodological foundations - cases in which it is used - types, (descriptive research - survey - case study. relational research - historical research - experimental research). Fundamentals of scientific writing: (skills of using the library - introducing the foundations of book classification - how to use references - critical speed reading skills. summarizing skills - writing skills in research papers). Data collection tools in educational research: Observation: (types - advantages and disadvantages of each of them - how to organize them and benefit from the data derived from them). Questionnaire: (Its advantages and disadvantages - how to prepare it and analyze its data - its application through a personal interview). - An applied study to introduce how to analyze textbooks.

AR416 Contemporary Literature 02 Elective AR206 AR415 +

In it, the student learns about the literary renaissance in the modern era of education, journalism, theater, translation and literary councils, with the identification of modern literary schools and their poets in all Arab countries, with an overview of texts representing these schools.

AR402 Transaction provisions 02 Elective AR304 +

Familiarizing students with the provisions of various sales transactions.

AR309 Phonetics & Phonology 02 Elective AR303 +

The course aims to familiarize students with the issues of phonetic study by identifying how to produce sounds by explaining their places of articulation, their characteristics, and the differences they have within the phonetic context through the study of both phonetics and phonology. In general, this course aims to learn about the physiological, physical and auditory aspects of the linguistic sound. In addition, it focuses on the understanding of sound change rules (also known as phonological rules), syllables, phonemes, phonetic transcription, and the International Phonetic Alphabet.

AR304 Jurisprudence of worship 4 02 Compulsory AR203 +

The course aims to familiarize the student with the imposition of zakat, by identifying its reality and the conditions for its obligation, and its types of zakat on money, crops, livestock, and trade, and the nisab for each of them, along with identifying its expenditures and etiquette.

AR204 02 Compulsory AR201 AR205 +

AR208 Grammar 4 04 Compulsory AR202 +

In this course, the student gets acquainted with the characteristics of the verbal sentence as the second type of sentence, and what distinguishes its two main pillars, and the provisions related to the subject and the verb such as remembrance and femininity, the deletion of the subject, and the introduction and delay between them. The object for it, the object in it), and its types are presented in the course, and the differences between them in semantics and syntax, and the conditions for the correct use of each type, then the exception is studied with its types, tools, and provisions.

AR209 Course name Arabic Morphology (Sarf)2 02 Compulsory AR207 +

The Course Morphology 2 (Sarf 2) introduces students to the internal structure of words. It focuses on nouns starting with movement, shift and omission in defected nouns followed by learning noun divisions related to augmented vs. unaugmented nouns, and declinable vs. indeclinable nouns. The course also includes studying the different types of verbal nouns (Masdar) and other noun derivations such as the active and passive participles, attributive participles, excessive nouns, comparatives, miimi verbal nouns (miimi masdar), time and place nouns. The course finally covers broken plural and the rules of plurality and duality of defective noun declensions.

AR210 Restrictions 02 Elective AR114 +

Introducing the student to the science of the term hadith, and the efforts of the speakers in the purification of modern evidence, and studying the Islamic Sunnah, which is the second source of Islamic legislation, and what it should includes of hadith between accepted and weak as well as its types and branches.

AR211 Studies in Sunna 02 Elective AR210 +

In this course, the students study a number of the Hadiths of the Prophet selected from the two Sahihs. The study includes linguistic analysis of the words, clarifying the general meaning of the Hadith, mentioning the rhetorical images in it, studying jurisprudential rulings and drawing lessons learned.

5th Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
AR306 Inheritance science 02 Elective AR203 +

This course aims to understand the issues of inheritance, beginning with the definition of this science, its causes and contraindications, the importance of studying it, the wisdom of it, knowing who inherits from men and women, who inherits by imposition, who inherits by agnate, the share of each heir, the meaning of dependence and withholding, how to divide and apply issues.

AR 204 Statement science 02 Compulsory +

It aims to know the significance of speech, clarification and concealment, according to the rational indication, by stating the same meaning in different ways in the clarity of its indication.

EPSY 401 Psychological Health 02 Compulsory EPSY 302 +

EPSY 303 Teaching learning Aids 02 Compulsory +

The course familiarizes the learner with the concept of the communication process and its stages, its elements and its relationship with education and learning, and the concept of the educational medium in accordance with its historical development. and their types and classifications, and the basis for their preparation and effective use to improve the learning and education process.

AR213 Quranic studies 1 02 Elective AR212 +

The students study the entire interpretation of Hizb al-A`la, and through it they learn the reasons for the revelation of the suwar and the occasions between them, explaining the vocabulary linguistically, explaining the meanings of the verses, studying the rhetorical images, and what the verses guide to, in order to train them on how to deal with the interpretation of the Qur'an, familiar with what they studied it in the course of Qur’anic sciences through this interpretation.

AR215 Modern Literature 2 02 Elective +

Course description: Students will be introduced to literary prose in the modern era by knowing its characteristics and pioneers. In addition, they will study about essay, story, novel, and biography literature.

AR300 Grammar 5 04 Compulsory AR208 +

The students begin to identify the branches of the nominal and verbal sentences; It stands on the provisions related to the adverb and its owner and its divisions, as the student learns the provisions of discrimination and number, prepositions, and the types and provisions of the genitive.

AR417 Andalusi literature 02 Elective AR206 +

This course aims to introduce students to Arabic literature in Andalusia learning about the social life, political life and mentality of that era. It also outline how Andalusian literature renewed meanings, methods, words and themes identifying some of the prominent figures of poetry and prose in that era and some poetic and prose texts.

AR414 Libyan Literature 02 Elective AR206 +

Course description: This course aims to introduce students to the renaissance of literature in their country, Libya, through reading about some Libyan poets, novelists, writers, etc., and studying about their works that is considered as a part of Arabic Literature in general. In addition, Students will be able to outline the characteristics of Libyan literature.

AR407 Linguistics 02 Elective AR309 +

This course aims to introduce students to the origin of human languages and the linguistic theories that revolved around their origin identifying the relationship of language with other sciences, families of languages and the status of the Arabic language among the Semitic languages. In addition, students will be acquainted with the levels of linguistic analysis in general and they will be able to differentiate between terms. Students will realize the status of language among the other means of communication indicating the impact of language on thought. They will also distinguish between linguistics approaches, between linguistic schools, and between research methods used in the field of linguistics in general. It also aims to introduce students to some linguistic issues such as derivation, Arabization, etc.

AR303 Arabic Morphology 3 (Sarf 3) 02 Compulsory AR209 +

The Course Morphology 3 (Sarf 3) aims at introducing students to the structural templates (formulas) that affect the word meaning and type. This course focuses on diminutive nouns and relational nouns. The course also presents phonological phenomena that affect the word structure such as defection, replacement, assimilation and pause. Students also learn how the language areas are integrated together to study the Arabic language.

AR305 Jurisprudence of worship 5 02 Compulsory AR304 +

Through it, the student gets acquainted with the obligation of Hajj and its rituals, so he understands its concept, conditions and pillars, in addition to knowing the rituals of Umrah and the etiquette of visiting the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace.

AR403 02 Elective AR402 +

6th Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
AR409 Prosody 1 02 Elective AR202 +

It aims to introduce the students to the concept of prosody and the foundations of prosody writing, to know prosody activations, to get acquainted with the basic terms of prosody, and to know the method of dicing poetic verses, with identification of prosody circles.

AR411 02 Elective AR313 +

يهدف إلى التّعرّف على مدارس وطرق ومناهج النّقد القديم، في العصر الجاهليّ والعصر الإسلاميّ والعصر الأمويّ والعصر العباسيّ، مع التّعرّف على بعض القضايا النّقدية الشّائكة كقضية اللفظ والمعنى، والطّبع والصّنعة، والسّرقات الأدبيّة، مع التّعريج على أعلام النّقاد القدماء.

AR413 Bachelor of Arts and Education, Arabic Language and Islamic Studies 02 Elective AR313 +

In this course, the students get acquainted with the state of the Islamic East before the Crusader invasion, by identifying the political and social situation and its reflection on literary life through poetic and prose topics, while identifying the most important features of this era and getting acquainted with its notables such as Al-Busiri and Al-Muhadhib Bin Al-Zubayr, while studying models poetry and prose in this era

AR100 Doctrine science 04 Compulsory +

The students are introduced to the ten principles of the science of belief, which generally aims to know the issues on which beliefs are based in the souls.

AR302 Special teaching methods 02 Compulsory +

It aims to prepare a teacher who is fluent in the methods of teaching the modern Arabic language, and also aims to build the personality of the teacher as the first building block on which the educational process is based. He gets acquainted with the Arabic language and its potentials, functions, language curricula in the different educational stages, with identification of the branches of the Arabic language such as reading, expression, spelling and calligraphy, with identification of methods of teaching texts, rhetoric and grammar.

AR307 Interpretation of the verses of judgments 02 Elective AR212 +

Familiarizing students with the interpretation of Surat Al-Fatihah, the Sharia’s position on magic, abrogation, and the prohibition of evil, while memorizing all the Qur’anic verses prescribed in the lectures, knowing the Sharia rulings in general, understanding the interpretation of the verses in detail, and studying language and rhetoric.

AR310 Semantics and linguistics 02 Elective AR309 +

It aims to familiarize the student with the level of semantic language through the curricula of the semantic lesson, and the semantic issues included in the language such as the semantic development and semantic relations of the Arabic language in terms of synonyms, semantic differences, antonyms, co-linguistic, and the appropriateness between pronunciation and meaning, with zigzagging on modern semantic schools. Moreover, getting acquainted with the Arabic dictionaries: their origins, schools, methods of researching them.

AR301 Grammar 6 02 Compulsory AR300 +

The students acquire information about the implementation of morphological structures in the sentence, such as sources and derivatives, and what leads to their implementation in terms of changes in structure and grammatical significance, and students get acquainted with the basic concepts, principles, laws and rules of some linguistic styles: such as the method of exclamation, the rulings of YES and badness and what happened in their course, the method of the most effective preference and its rulings, Provisions of dependencies (emphasis, adjective, sympathy, and substitution),

AR311 Arabic Language Practice 02 Compulsory +

This course aims at training students to analyze Arabic texts at different language levels: phonological, morphological, syntactic and semantic levels. This is done through studying eloquent texts from Standard Arabic.

AR312 The science of Badia 02 Elective +

It aims to identify the aspects of improving speech after taking into account its application as appropriate and the clarity of the significance.

AR214 Quranic Studies (2) 02 Elective AR213 +

This course focuses on studying the Quran sub-part “Al-Mujadala” following up the same method of studying Quranic studies in previous courses.

AR313 Abbasid literature 1 02 Elective AR206 +

Course description: In this course, students identify the Abbasid Literature, its history and the factors that were the reason of its renaissance in the first Abbasid era. They will also study about the political life, the social life, the conflict that was between the Umayyads and the Abbasids, and the reflection of that on literature of the Abbasid era. Students, additionally, will study some poetry and prose of the era.

7th Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
AR410 Prosody2 02 Elective AR409 +

The students study the various poetic themes, such as the abundant, the complete, the simple, the long, the light, and others, with the knowledge of creeping terms and causes, and the student also gets acquainted with the concept of rhyme and its defects.

AR405 Fundamentals of jurisprudence 02 Elective AR304 +

This course aims to learn how to derive legal rulings from the sources of agreed rulings such as the Book, Sunnah, consensus, and analogy, as well as the disputed sources such as custom, approval, masalih mursala, and so on.

AR308 02 Elective AR307 +

AR314 Abbasid literature 2 02 Elective +

Course description: In this course, students identify some aspects of the political life during the Turkish takeover of the reins of power. They will also study about the social life that was full of civilization, luxury, amusement, slavery, slave women, asceticism, and mysticism. Moreover, students will be able to identify the intellectual life including science, language, criticism, history, interpretation, and philosophy. Additionally, they will identify how poetry was affected by all of that. Students will also study some of poetic texts from the era such as Ibn al-Rumi, Ibn al-Mu'tazz, al-Hallaj and al-Buhturi.

AR400 Grammar 7 04 Compulsory AR301 +

During this course, the student will get acquainted with a group of different methods that make up the Arabic sentence, and get acquainted with the names of verbs, the provisions of Noni Emphasis, and the inflection of the verb present tense. And giving definitions of different grammatical opinions and ideas for various grammatical issues. The purpose of which is to create a spirit of competition among students and the ability to express an opinion based on a strong grammatical base without any hesitation.

AR406 Limits legislation 02 Elective AR203 +

This course introduces the student to the tolerance of Islamic legislation in the penal system, and an explanation of the difference between it and man-made legislation, and clarification of the ruling and interests for which those penalties were legislated, through the study of some crimes and the penalties prescribed for them.

AR419 Teaching applications 02 Compulsory +

Through it, the student performs the practical and theoretical application of the branches of the Arabic language and Islamic studies in the lecture hall, with a focus on mental and written preparation, asking questions, and everything related to teaching methods.

AR418 Comparative literature 02 Elective AR416 +

Summarized course …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Main Contents of the Course Scientific topics Week Readings / References / Notes 1 Comparative literature: its definition and origin 2 Arab efforts regarding the emergence of comparative literature. 3 The function of comparative literature 4 Simulation Theory - Simulation Conditions 5 The romantic movement and its role in the emergence of comparative literature 6 Scientific renaissance and its impact on the emergence of comparative literature 7 The effect of the myth of Pygmalion on world literature 8 The role of critics: Wilhelm Schlegel - Sainte-Beuve - De Blay - Madame de Style - The Gardener - Fakhry Abu Al-Saud ... and others in the emergence of comparative literature 9 10 11 12 13 14

AR408 Linguistic applications 02 Compulsory +

It aims to develop the verbal ability of Arabic learners by applying what has been recognized from the levels of the Arabic language.

AR404 Jurisprudential rules 02 Elective +

Introducing students to the origins and development of jurisprudential rules, and clarifying the most important general rules.

AR412 02 Elective AR411 +

It is a historical study of the critical practice of the modern era, and the study of the relationship between the beginning of modern criticism practice and Western literary criticism, in addition, the student learns about some critical issues, while supporting the discussion of these topics and issues with creative texts from different genres of literature.

8th Semester

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
AR401 Graduation project 04 Compulsory +

It aims to prepare a researcher who can collect data and formulate it in a scientific form, through the information he acquired during his studies, with follow-up, evaluation and guidance through specialized professors. In this course, the student chooses a scientific topic (according to his specialization), presents it as a proposal, then conducts scientific research on the topic following the steps and methodology of correct scientific research, including defining the problem, collecting data, analyzing it, the usefulness of the research, previous studies on the subject of the research, the results of the research, Recommendations, etc. The purpose of the graduation project is to train the student to conduct research in his field by applying the concepts and principles he studied during the previous semesters at the college.

EPSY 402 Teaching Practice 04 Compulsory EPSY 411 +

practicum training program; Provided by teacher preparation institutions; under its supervision over a limited period of time; With the aim of providing an opportunity for student teachers to apply what they have learned of theoretical subjects in practice while they are actually teaching in educational institutions; Which leads to achieving familiarity between them and the human and material elements in these institutions, and providing them with the educational competencies necessary for them.Description of the practical part:The student should be able to apply the practical aspect of his academic and educational specialization.Training the student teacher on teaching methods in a scientific way.Training the student teacher on the design and use of various educational aids.

Elective Subjects

Code Title Credits Course Type Prerequisite
AR212 Ancient Criticism 03 Elective AR114 AR313 +

It aims to identify the schools, methods and methods of ancient criticism, in the Jahliyya, Islamic, Umayyad and Abbasid eras, while identifying some of the thorny critical issues such as the issue of pronunciation and meaning, printing and workmanship, and literary plagiarism, while also highlighting some of the ancient critics. Thumbnail description: Main contents of the course Readings/references/observations Week Content (subject) for each week 1 The concept of literary criticism 2 development 3 Criticism in language and terminology 4 Self-criticism and objectivity 5 Criticism and the humanities 6 Criticism in the age of Jahliyya 7 Criticism in the age of Islam 8 Criticism in the Umayyad era 9 Criticism in Iraq's environment 10 Criticism in the Abbasid era 11 Category: Book classifications 12 13 14