This study program aims to lead and excel in providing educational and research services in the field of Islamic economics at the local and international levels that are in accordance with Islamic and legal Shariah regulations; benefiting from the sciences that serve this specialization; and preparing trained, qualified, and distinguished scientific and research cadres in accordance with distinguished academic standards in the field of economics. Islamic
During this, the student studied (47) forty-seven courses, for a total of (137) hundred and thirty-seven academic units.
The department aims to spread Islamic economic thought by preparing qualified cadres that combine jurisprudence and economic studies to contribute to the development of the country in all fields, and this is done through:
Contribute to the preparation of researchers specialized in Islamic economics, who can keep abreast of economic developments and emerging facts, and contemporary economic issues.
Community service by graduating qualified students in the field of Islamic economics, adopting the ethics of the profession under Sharia regulations.
Developing the capabilities and competencies of the faculty members in the department.
Enriching knowledge and contributing to scientific developments in the Islamic economy through scientific research and following up on global developments.
Encouraging cooperation and communication with Islamic windows in Libyan banks.
Knowledge & understanding
1 Knowledge and understanding of the basic principles and concepts of Islamic economics by specialized researchers to follow up on economic developments
2 The student understands the foundations of the Islamic economic system from the point of view of legitimacy
3 Understanding the professors of the department to actively participate in presenting practical solutions to economic problems from the point of view of Islamic economics.
4 Understanding and how to prepare the science of Islamic economics theoretically and practically through scientific research and academic education.
5 Knowledge of providing professional advice and services in the field of Islamic economics, feasibility studies, and Islamic banking within banks.
a. Mental skills
A.1 The ability to link between study and application for economic researchers
A.2 The ability to use the theories of Islamic economics in practical life
A.3 The ability of the department professors to analyze and compare the Islamic system and the positive one
A.4 The ability to track global developments and contribute to scientific research
A.5 The ability to communicate between Sharia boards and banks
B. Practical & professional skills
B.1 The ability to analyze and draw conclusions and predict economic phenomena and crises by researchers and to provide assistance and support.
B.2 The ability of graduates to deal with legitimate and economic governmental institutions
B.3 The ability of faculty members to contribute to the provision of advisory services to Islamic financial institutions through serving on advisory committees.
B.4 The ability to follow scientific developments and apply them in the field of Islamic economics to contribute to scientific research.
B.5 The ability to find a mechanism for Islamic loans and how to activate it within Islamic banks and other banks.
c. Generic and transferable skills
C.1 The ability to communicate with others to know the most important scientific developments related to the Islamic economy and benefit from applying the recommendations of studies and research.
C.2 Acquiring critical and objective skills in forecasting and making economic decisions for graduates when they enter the labor market.
C.3 Acquiring the skill of teamwork and interaction with other faculty members, institutions, and other bodies.
C.4 Using modern technical tools and dealing with computers and websites to follow up on the latest developments and scientific research.
C.5 Using modern methods in dealing with banking errors, methods of dealing with customers, and improving banking services from a legal point of view.
Bachelor's degree in Islamic economics
The student must have obtained a high school or Sharia certificate or equivalent certificates recognized by the competent authorities.
To have the percentage approved by the competent authorities.
- To be healthy and able to study.
- Be of good conduct.
- To abide by the controls and rules of conduct outlined in the bylaws of the college.
If he is a foreigner, he must be residing in Libya ordinarily.
- To submit the original documents required when studying.
- It is permissible to accept the transfer of a student from one of the other universities when he fulfills the admission requirements mentioned in the college regulations.
Submit original documents approved by the department and the college from which the student is transferred, explaining the courses he studied, their vocabulary, the number of units, and the final result for each course, accompanied by the original admission documents.
He must not be dismissed from the college or university to which he is applying.
- He must not have passed more than half of the academic units prescribed for obtaining a license in the specialization he is transferring to, and the transfer request is submitted within the specified deadline.
The Bachelor in Islamic economics prepares students to qualify for Bachelor in Islamic economics. The student studies several subjects which have been carefully chosen in this major to cover its different aspects.
It comprises 4 Semesters of study, in which the student will study a total of 135 units, which include 10 units of general subjects, and 80 major units
Stupy plan for this program is shown below:
|IE 203||The jurisprudence of zakat and waqf||02||Compulsory||+|
The course "jurisprudence of zakat and endowment" in general seeks to clarify: first: (the truth about zakat, its ruling and the conditions for its obligation, the provisions of zakat on livestock, the provisions of zakat on land, the provisions of zakat on cash, the provisions of zakat on trade offers, the provisions of zakat al-fitr, the provisions related to the disbursement of zakat, the provisions Related to the people of zakat, the provisions of voluntary charity, the disbursement of zakat, the role of the jurisprudence of zakat in economic treatments, such as dealing with financial and monetary inflation, as well as an explanation of the provisions for investing zakat funds and the dispute arising therein.This course aims to provide the student with the following:Clarify the concepts and terms of zakat and endowment.• Mentioning the provisions of zakat and endowment with rooting and inference.• Formation of a jurisprudential faculty in the student, through which he can comprehend the provisions of zakat and endowment, deduce them and apply them to the facts.• Demonstrate the ethics and skills of dealing with offenders in contentious matters.• Using modern technology to access information on course issues.
|IE 109||Principles of mathematical analysis||03||Compulsory||+|
This course aims to introduce the student to the principles of mathematical analysis, as it includes a review of the theory of groups, with a focus on numerical groups and the relationships between groups, and the definition of functions and their types that the student benefits from in the study of economic sciences, the study of limits of functions, the differentiation and integration of functions, and the study of sequences and sequences.
|IE 108||Principles of Statistics||03||Compulsory||+|
The course (Principles of Statistics) and its code (IE 108) is taught to first-year students of the Department of Islamic Economics, two hours per week. This course aims to provide basic information to the student about the emergence of statistics and its relationship to other sciences, the steps of statistical research, data collection methods and types, then methods of classification and presentation of data Graphically, then methods for calculating some of the most important statistical measures, properties and defects of each of them, then methods for determining the type of degree of simple linear correlation, and the method of putting this relationship in the form of a first-order regression equation, then an introduction to probability theory.The value that accrues to the student from studying the course is due to: The student should know the origins of statistics and its relationship with other sciences.To know the steps of statistical research and data collection methods.To understand the methods of calculating some of the most important statistical measures.
This course aims to introduce the student to finance, what is the function of finance in the establishment, what are the tasks entrusted to financial managers, what is the role of finance in the national economy, its definition, financial tools, the time value of money, sources of short-term and long-term financing, and the definition of investment, its objectives and types of direct investment. Negotiable and non-tradable, indirect investment tools (investment funds, return, risk and general concepts of financial markets, their main principles and pillars).
This course aims to introduce students to accounting concepts and principles. It focuses on recording, tabulating, summarizing and presenting data in individual establishments. The course includes the basics of double entry in analyzing and recording financial transactions and extracting this trial balance, as well as preparing financial statements to determine the business result and the financial position of the enterprise at the end of the accounting period and correct errors.
|IE 105||Business management principles||03||Compulsory||+|
The course (Principles of Business Administration) code IE 105 is taught to first-year students of the Department of Islamic Economics for two hours per week. In this course, the student studies topics, including the definition of management and its definition as an open system and its characteristics, the study of the main schools in management, knowledge of management magazines and the difference between public administration And business administration, the study of the organization and its types, characteristics, importance and components / efficiency and effectiveness and the relationship between them at the administrative levels, the principles, importance and types of planning, the principles that must be available in a sound organization., the objectives and types of communication and the requirements of good communication and its obstacles, control methods / conditions for an effective control system. Studying participatory management, its definition and patterns/ positives of participatory management. The course aims to:1- To introduce the student to the nature of management, its importance, and the development of administrative thought2- He should have sufficient knowledge of all schools in terms of administration and the environment in which they operate.3- To be fully aware of how to effectively plan as it is the basis of every administrative process4 Focusing on organizing activities and how to direct and control in terms of the concept, the nature of the activity, the importance and how to do it.
|IE 104||Principles of Economics||03||Compulsory||+|
1- The basic function of economics is to provide the student with the basic concepts and principles of economics at the micro and macro levels.2- To familiarize the student with some applied skills necessary to measure the concepts of economics.3- That the student is able to study economic phenomena in general.
|IE 103||Fiqh of worship||02||Compulsory||+|
• 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.
Course (English): The course is taught to first-year students from the Department of Islamic Economics, Sharia, Arabic Language, and Fundamentals of Religion, at a rate of two hours per week for each department. Through this course, students study the basics of the English language represented in grammar, such as the difference between sensible nouns, intangible nouns, countable and uncountable nouns, tenses, adjectives, pronouns, and some language skills such as conversation, reading and listening, in addition to scientific terminology, each according to its specialization. This course aims to consolidate the basic rules that enable Students can use these rules to form useful sentences that enable them to use the language in their daily lives or in any circumstance.
The "Civil Law" course generally seeks to clarify the theory of law by introducing it to the legal rule, its characteristics, types, sources, and how to apply it. It also introduces the student to the theory of rights, which includes the concept of rights, persons of rights, place of rights, and sources of rights.This course aims to provide the student with the following:That the student recognizes the characteristics of the legal rule and the difference between social rules and legal rulesThe student discusses the types of legal rules.The student should write the sources of the legal rule.The student should explain the scope of the application of the legal rules.To explain the legal rules to the student.The student presents the theories of truth.That the student employs the definition of the right and its divisions.
1. To develop the student's ability to deal with computer applications and the Internet.2. The student should familiarize himself with this through the ready-made Word Processing programs.3. The student should familiarize himself with different types of PowerPoint presentation programs to achieve the objective of the course.4. To develop some abilities among students, such as writing research papers and including references and footnotes in a digital and automated way.5. To develop some abilities among students, such as using the Internet in specialization and scientific research
The course (Micro-Analytical Economics) and its code (IE 205) is taught to second-year students of the Department of Islamic Economics, at the rate of two hours per week. The student studies several important topics, including the theory of traditional consumer demand, the theory of modern consumer demand, analysis of the effect of income and substitution in the case of ordinary goods, and demand elasticities The theory of supply and production in the long and short run, costs, perfect market competition, monopolistic market, monopolistic competition, oligopoly.The main objective of teaching the subject is to expand the analytical capabilities of the student through understanding the behavior of economic units and the foundations that govern the theory of production and consumer behavior, in addition to knowing the theoretical models of commodity and service markets, the theory of prices in light of different markets, with a focus on how to secure the highest possible level of satisfying desires. present and future through the available resources, through the study of welfare economics, and the identification of models and criteria related to increasing economic prosperity.The value that accrues to the student from studying the course is due to:The student should know the behavior of economic units and the foundations that govern production theory. - 1That the student knows the theoretical models of markets for goods and services. - 2 To understand the difference between micro and macroeconomics. - 3
Course objectives• The student's familiarity with the origin of the legal assets of the Holy Quran.• Applying the correct pronunciation of the Holy Quran.• Encouraging the student to memorize parts of the dear book.• Providing students with appropriate methods and methods for teaching the course.Course contentReading and memorizing the three parts: from Surat Al-Shura to Surat Al-Hadid
1- Defining the basic concepts of commercial law.2- Clarifying the methods and conditions necessary to acquire the status of a merchant.3- Introducing the student to the types, divisions, and provisions of companies and the difference between them.
|IE 303||Jurisprudential theories||02||Compulsory||+|
The course "Theory of Ownership and Contracts" seeks in general to explain the theories of jurisprudence in terms of identifying the meaning of the theory, explaining its origin, its importance, how to formulate it, its pillars and conditions, and applying that to several jurisprudential theories (such as the theory of contract, property, ....).This course aims to provide the student with the following:• The student should know how to derive jurisprudential rulings from the new issues of jurisprudential theories.• That the student recognizes the concept of theory and its pillars.• The student should review the opinions regarding the emerging rulings of these theories, criticize the more likely ones, discuss their evidence, and choose the more correct one.• That the student learns the details of the theories: ownership of full and incomplete, general and private ownership, the reasons for ownership, characteristics of ownership, cases of termination of ownership, as well as contracts, their pillars, conditions, and provisions.
|IE 212||Economic development||03||Compulsory||+|
Economic development, code IE 212, is taught to second-year students from the Department of Islamic Economics, two hours per week. In this course, the student studies topics, including: the concept, nature, and objectives of development and underdevelopment and their characteristics, including economic development in Islamic thought, including the study of the most important causes of underdevelopment in developing countries, features Underdevelopment in developing countries and obstacles to development in them. The study of the course includes the most important theories of economic development in traditional and modern thought. It also includes a study of internal and external sources of financing economic development, and obstacles to economic development. It teaches the role of agriculture, population, industry, trade, health and education in economic development. Teaching development measures and the concept of development in the Islamic economic system. The course aims to:1- The course aims to introduce students to the concept, principles and objectives of economic development. its most important obstacles2- Spreading awareness of the most important developmental issues as an essential element in promoting human development.3- The course aims to provide the student with analytical frameworks for economic development processes by identifying the obstacles and indicators of economic development, as well as the role played by the economic sectors in achieving development.
|IE 211||Money and banking||03||Compulsory||+|
The course (Money and Banking) and its code: IE211 is taught to students in the second semester of the Department of Islamic Economics, at a rate of three hours per week. In this course, the student studies important topics in money and banks in the economy, commercial banks, the creation and destruction of money, commercial banks in Libya, the Central Bank, Resources and uses of the Central Bank, the Central Bank of Libya, the monetary system, money, economic activity, monetary policy, and monetary policy in Libya.The course aims to:• Introducing the student to how the money supply is determined in the economy in general, and then the role of each of the commercial banks, the Central Bank, and the public to determine the final size of the money supply.• How the money supply affects economic activity, and the means and tools used by the Central Bank in controlling the money supply.The value that accrues to the student from studying the course is due to:• The student should know the issue of money supply in the national economy in general.• That the student knows the role of commercial and central banks to control the money supply.• The student understands how the money supply affects economic activity.
|IE 210||Islamic economics||03||Compulsory||+|
The course aims to provide the student with the basic concepts and principles of Islamic economics, especially in the field of ownership and distribution.
The course (Public Finance) code IE 208 is taught to second-year students of the Department of Islamic Economics for two hours per week. In this course, the student studies topics, including the definition of public finance recently and in the past, and forms of spending. Public finance in Islamic thought studies its sources of financing, forms of spending, and the relationship of public finance In other sciences, it includes the divisions of public expenditures and the reasons for the increase in public expenditures and the rationalization of public expenditures, and it includes teaching the direct and indirect economic effects of public expenditures. It studies the definition, characteristics and types of taxes, and the basic rules for taxes as the main source on which the public finances depend.1- Introducing the student to the features of public finance in terms of studying the separation of expenditures from revenues for the public sector and the sources and aspects of expenditure of those revenues from different points of view.,2- Conveying to the student the reasons behind the increase in public expenditures through the development of state functions.3- Defining the student how the state uses its public financial tools in implementing fiscal policy and its impact on economic activity
|IE 207||accounting principles(2)||03||Compulsory||+|
This course aims to complete the study of accounting principles and procedures that were dealt with in the course Principles of Accounting (1). This course focuses on inventory settlements for various accounts and preparing financial statements after inventory settlements, in addition to auxiliary books and accounting methods.
|IE 206||Macro-analytical economics||03||Compulsory||+|
1. Studying macroeconomic phenomena by studying methods of calculating national income.2. Analysis of the general balance and macroeconomic policies.3. Providing the student with the necessary concepts and analytical tools at the macroeconomic level.
The course (Economic Statistics) and its code (IE209) is taught to second-year students of the Department of Islamic Economics, at the rate of two hours per week. In this course, the student studies important topics in statistics, including the statistical community and the sample, simple indices with their applications and weighted ones with their applications, and the statistical properties of time series , and the method of least squares, analysis of the phenomenon in the effects of the general trend, selection (x2) (choosing the quality of coordination and independence), unilateral variance and bilateral variance, and achieving variance using the (F) test. The course aims to provide the student with a set of statistical analysis tools with the intention of using them in various economic applications.The value that accrues to the student from studying the course:To familiarize the student with statistical analysis tools. - 1That the student knows the use of statistical analysis tools in economic applications. -2To know the relevant curricula and how to link them. - 3
|IE 201||Fundamentals of Fiqh (2)||02||Compulsory||+|
• 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.
|IE 204||Jurisprudence of Financial Transactions(1)||03||Compulsory||+|
Course objectives1- To familiarize the student with the sale contract and its provisions2- That the student is aware of the provisions of usury and exchange 3- To familiarize the student with the provisions of loans in Islamic jurisprudence 4- Recognize the pictures of selling the sample at the Malikiyah5 - That the student knows the comprehensiveness of Islam, as he did not leave the small or the great in life except that it included it, and from that sale.Course contentDefining the sale contract in the most specific and general sense - the legality of the sale contract - the ruling on the sale - the pillars of the sale contract - the drunken sale - the forced sale - the terms of the contract - the rough sale and its provisions - the absent sale - the forced sale - corrupt and prohibited sales - the usury sale - usurious money - the reason for the prohibition Usury - exchange - procrastination and exchange - the reason for usury of credit and usury of women - sales that are forbidden - option in the sale contract and its types - sales of deadlines and sample - sale of Murabaha
|IE 202||Fiqh of worship (2)||02||Compulsory||+|
Enlightening the student of the importance of the practical side of religion represented in the jurisprudence of worshipMake the student agreeable in his religion and conscious of it aware of its rulingsThe student is familiar with the most important agreed-upon jurisprudential issues The student is familiar with the practical application of worship
This course aims to clarify the theory of economic policies more than focusing on the policies themselves. It aims to clarify the basic principles such as the concept of policy, how and conditions for setting goals, defining the tools used to achieve the goals and the effects resulting from these tools, and how to measure these effects, in addition to studying some of the policies that were applied in the past. in different schools of thought.
The course International Trade, code IE304, is taught to students in the third semester of the Department of Islamic Economics, at a rate of three hours per week. In this course, the student studies important topics in defining real international economic exchanges and the most important theories of international trade in the classical theory and examples of these theories in modern theory and balance in the economy CSS, modern theory, international trade, international trade, specialization, exchange rates, reciprocal demand curves, economic effects of international trade, economic growth, international trade, the effect of increasing production supply, trade policy, customs duties, and their various effects, and economic integrationThe course aims to:• Studying relationships, conditions, factors, and variables related to the real aspect of international relations and transactions.• Focuses on finding solutions to economic problems that hinder the flow of goods and services between countries.The value that accrues to the student from studying the course is due to:• That the student knows the subject of international relations between countries.• That the student knows the problems that hinder the flow of goods and services between countries.• That the student understands the methods and skills necessary to plan activities.
|GS 312||search methods||03||General||+|
Research Methods, code GS 312, is taught to students in the third year of the Department of Islamic Economics, for two hours per week. In this course, the student studies topics, including the stages of scientific research, the basic requirements for conducting scientific research, the definition of scientific research, its importance, objectives and characteristics, the ethical principles of scientific research, a study Specifications of scientific research and the researcher, classifications of scientific research and scientific research methodologies in terms of the goals and importance of each of them, the study of the steps of scientific research, the study of sources and references, their importance and types, classification of sources and references and methods of classification. Studying previous studies and their aims, studying how hypotheses are derived and formulated, hypothesis components, benefits, and sources of hypotheses, studying how to select a research sample, and designing a research plan. The course aims to:1- The course aims to introduce students to the various scientific research methods and the rules that must be followed, starting with defining and describing the problem.2- Defining the student how to choose the methodology for collecting data and information related to the research.3- Introducing the student to how to use the scientific method in writing and analyzing data correctly, and to exploit modern technology in preparing and presenting scientific research.
|IE 311||Human resource economics||03||Compulsory||+|
Expanding the study of human resources for being a wealth that must be preserved and developed through knowledge of population trends, distribution, labor cost, productivity, raising its efficiency, unemployment, and migration phenomena, then paying attention to manpower planning in Libya.
|IE 310||Islamic banks||03||Compulsory||+|
This course aims to introduce students to how Islamic banks operate in terms of their transactions, activities, financing formulas in Islamic banks, and the economic and social activity of Islamic banks.
The course (Economics) and its code (IE308) is taught to students in the third year of the Department of Islamic Economics, at the rate of two hours per week. In this course, the student studies important topics in the econometric approach, research methods in econometrics, the simple linear regression model and its applications, and regression analysis Multiple regression analysis problems and their applications, as well as problems of regression analysis, the problem of autocorrelation and the distributed lag time model, applications of the estimated model, and problems of regression analysis, the problem of statistical covariance. The main objective of teaching the subject is to provide the student with the necessary statistical and mathematical knowledge and tools to analyze economic variables quantitatively to estimate the value of these variables and predict their time course.The value that accrues to the student from studying the course is due to:The student should know the statistical and mathematical tools for analyzing economic variables. - 1To familiarize the student with research methods in econometrics. - 2- That the student understands the measurement of the correlation between qualitative variables.3
|IE 307||Intermediate Accounting(1)||03||Compulsory||+|
In general, this course aims to deepen the student's understanding of financial accounting, so that he is exposed to deeper, broader, and more detailed topics of the items of the financial statements.
|IE 300||Jurisprudence of financial transactions (2)||02||Compulsory||+|
Course objectives• Knowledge of the provisions of contracts of netting and donations.• Knowledge of the provisions of joint contracts.• Knowledge of the provisions of authentication contracts and abstract rights.Course content- Ijara, royalty, and rent - Company and what is adjudicated in the event of dispute between partners and others - Mortgage and its rulings - Bankruptcy and related issues - Quarantine - Assignment - Guarantee and related matters - Musharafa and mughrasa - Agency and related matters - Acknowledgment and related matters - Istiqlal and its issues - The deposit and what is related to it It relates to the loan, the endowment, and the suretyship
This course aims to introduce the student to the nature of contemporary financial transactions, the role of purposes and collective ijtihad in contemporary financial transactions, and introduce forms of usury in contemporary financial transactions, and an overview of financing and investment formulas.
|IE 306||Economic planning||03||Compulsory||+|
The economic planning course, code 306 IE: is taught to students in the third semester of the Department of Islamic Economics, at a rate of three hours per week. In this course, the student studies important topics in comprehensive national planning and the market system, the general elements and principles of planning, the stages of the planning process, the time dimension of the plan, and the planner’s tools in preparing the plan. And ensuring their consistency and technical decisions in preparing the plan, distributing investments to industries, defining investment criteria, planning price policies, following up and implementing the plan, and evaluating the performance of the plan and the commercial policy.The course aims to:• Definition of planning concepts and principles.• Provide the student with the necessary skills to plan activities and take advantage of the various economic variables.The value that accrues to the student from studying the course is due to:• That the student knows the concepts and principles of planning.• That the student knows the stages of the planning process and the time dimension of the plan.• That the student understands the methods and skills necessary to plan activities.
|IE 409||Islamic Accounting||03||Compulsory||+|
The course aims to introduce students to accounting in various Islamic financial institutionsAccording to Islamic legislation. Introducing the student to the basic concepts in the field of accounting for institutions that operate under the Islamic ShariaIntroducing the student to the practical foundations and procedures followed in Islamic institutionsA statement of the operations carried out by institutions operating under Islamic lawStatement of the privacy that characterizes transactions in Islamic institutions
|IE 406||Project evaluation and feasibility study||03||Compulsory||+|
The course aims to provide the student with analytical frameworks and tools that can be used in studying the feasibility of establishing projects and evaluating the results of their work to judge the feasibility of projects or not.
|IE 402||Hadiths of rulings (transactions)||02||Compulsory||+|
Familiarity of the student with the knowledge, experience, and skills related to hadiths of rulings.• The student's application of the knowledge and experiences of the hadiths of rulings.• Encouraging the student to study the hadiths of rulings.• Providing students with appropriate methods and methods for teaching hadiths of rulings.
|IE 410||03||not defined||+|