IE 201 : Fundamentals of Fiqh (2)


Department of Islamic Economics

Academic Program

Bachelor in Islamic economics







• Familiarity with the student's knowledge, experience and skills related to the principles of Islamic jurisprudence.• The student's application of the knowledge and experiences of the fundamentals of jurisprudence.• Encouraging the student to study the fundamentals of jurisprudence.• Providing students with appropriate methods and methods for teaching the principles of jurisprudence.

Intended learning outcomes

1. The student should familiarize himself with the issues of contradiction between evidence.2. The student should explain the general provisions of weighting between the evidence.3. The student should explain the chapter on transcription.4. That the student recognizes the consensus as a third evidence of rulings.5. The student should be able to gain weight in the knowledge of Islamic rulings.6. The student should be able to deal with legal texts and know what they mean.7. The student should be able to use the best way to weigh the conflicting evidence.8. The student should be able to distinguish between types and types of consensus.

Teaching and learning methods

• lecture.• The method of discussion and dialogue.

Methods of assessments

midterm exam 40%• final exam 60%