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Al-Mishkat Certificate in Islamic Studies is a multi-disciplinary certificate modular course that is now open to all youths, tertiary students and even full-fledged adults. A 1 year foundation course in Islamic studies carefully curated to facilitate seekers to achieve general competency in the Islamic sciences, as well as a holistic appreciation of the religion in a Nabawi-centric approach.
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Batch 1: 31 years old and above
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Inclass & Online
Due to popular demand, SimplyIslam is delighted to announce its 1st batch open to all Muslim adults aged 30 years and above in Singapore! This pioneering foundational programme is designed for full-fledged adults, especially those seeking to pursue formal education in Islamic studies – or simply with the passion to re-learn and re-discover the core of the Islamic faith.
Browse through our Modules in all Islamic Sciences
1-Creed or Aqidah is a branch of Islamic science, describing the fundamental beliefs of Islamic faith, basically what a Muslim must know. comprehend and believe. Arkaan Al-Iman, the six articles of faith-belief in Allah. His Angels, the Prophets, the Divine Books, the Day of Judgment and Divine Destiny (Qadr) are the very fundamentals of the Islamic Creed. This module also deals with the attributes of Allah (Existence. Oneness, Eternity, etc) and the characteristics of Prophets.
2-The second sub module will discuss the Arkaan Al-Islam, the five pillars of Islam testament of faith) (shahadah), prayer (salat), uthe (zakat), fasting (sawm) and pilgrimage thaj). This module deals with the observance of rituals and traditions in Islamic belief and practice, mainly derived from the prominent schools of Islamic law within Sunni Islam- the Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi'i and Hanbali schools.
The Ulum Al Qur'an sub module deals with the history of the revelation of the Qur'an, the stages and causes of the revelation, the Meccan and Medinan verses, language style, abrogated rulings, compilation and preservation of the Quran, and others. This sub-module provides an important and prerequisite knowledge before studying the Tafsir or Exegesis of the Holy Book.
Tafsir means to explain, expound or disclose. In the Islamic context, it is defined as understanding and uncovering the Will of Allah which has been conveyed by the Qur'anic text, by means of the Arabic language and knowledge There are various methodologies employed in various tafsir or interpretations completed by various classical Islamic scholars, and it includes examining the style and eloquence of the text, clarifying the meanings of verses extracting the laws and rulings, determining metaphors and figurative speech, reconciling contradictions, understanding the underlying reasons for parables, and so on. Some of the famous tafsir collections are Tafsir al-Tabari, Tafsir ibn Kathir, Tafsir al-Jalalayn (al-Mahalli & al-Suyuti) and Tafsir Al- Kabir (al-Razi).
The Sirah (meaning journey or biography) is the Arabic term used for the various traditional Muslim biographies of Prophet Muhammad , from which, in addition to the Qur'an and Hadith, most historical information about the Prophet's life and the early period of Islam is derived. The Sirah encompasses the Prophets, birth, events in his life. manners and characteristics, and the Prophet's demise. Some of the earlier collections of Sirah are by Ibn Hisham, Ibn Ishaq, al-Tabari and Ibn Shihab. This module will also discuss the Shama'il Muhammadiyah. exploring the intricate details of the Prophets (s) life, like his appearance, characteristics, belongings, manners, and life. The student will be enriched by exploring history to experience the Prophetic life.
Hadith or Prophetic tradition is a report of the deeds and sayings of Prophet Muhammad, and they often form the basis of Islamic law, Qur'anic interpretation and early Islamic history. Each hadith is composed of two parts, a chain of authorities reporting the hadith (isnad) and the text (matn), and is regarded by traditional Islamic schools of jurisprudence as important tools for understanding the Qur'an and in matters of jurisprudence (fiqh). Scholars have evaluated and gathered thousands of narrations of hadith into large collections during the 8th and 9th centuries, like Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, Sunan Abu Dawood, Jami al-Tirmidhi. Sunan Ibn Majah and Sunan al-Sughra (al-Nasa’i). In this module the student will study selected hadith narrations, its commentaries, and also discuss the intricacies behind the collection and compilation of hadith by the Hadith masters.
This module on Islamic Law (Fiqh/Shariah) explores Islamic rulings as expounded in the Holy Quran, supplemented by Prophetic traditions, and implemented by the rulings and interpretations of Islamic jurists. Ibn Khaldun defines fiqh as the "knowledge of the rules of God which concern the actions of persons who own themselves bound to obey the law respecting what is required (wajib), sinful (haram), recommended (mandub) disapproved (makruh) or neutral (mubah)". Scholars have developed legal maxims that surround the understanding and application of Islamic law, governed by the principles and concepts of mercy, guidance, preservation of human life. prevention of harm, and others. Students will discuss the objectives or maqasid of the Divine laws, exploring the rationale and spirit behind the laws.
This module facilitates a discussion on Islamic spirituality, examining ways to purify one's conduct from blameworthy traits, and ennobling oneself with the praiseworthy qualities. Students will discuss spiritual and ethical goals through a Nabawi-centric disposition, through a study of important texts in Islamic spirituality and etiquette, and explore its relevance and application in the modern world.
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Ustadh Muhammad Salleh is a graduate of Madrasah Aljunied Al-Islamiah and completed his full-time pre-university studies at the madrasah. He also studied at the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
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A Highly Curated Islamic Studies Programme Designed for Adults
Educators, executives, lawyers, doctors and engineers. Every individual regardless of profession, gender and age deserves to learn Islam in-depth. We’re oftentimes guilty of spending too much time on our career, family and other worldly affairs, but how do we rate our spiritual enlightenment and understanding of the Islamic faith on a scale of 1 to 10?
Time is of the essence, and every Muslim is delegated as a Khalifah by Allah Almighty to be the best version of themselves!
In Al-Mishkat Certificate in Islamic Studies in Singapore, we provide an extensive and intensive one-year foundation Islamic studies programme for adults seeking to solidify their basic understanding of the Islamic faith! With properly curated modular courses in various religious disciplines delivered by a team of qualified Asatizah recognised by MUIS, you will be able to master the intricate Islamic sciences and get certified professionally in just ONE YEAR. Become a well-rounded Muslim with a strong foundation of Islamic Knowledge!
Yes, you will be seated according to our cohort intake along with other students of mixed ages within the age ranges offered in our programmes; i.e 17 - 30 years old and 30 years old and above.
MUIS is the official Islamic body that approves the programmes of all IECPs and as a registered IECP, we have received approval of all our courses, including Al-Mishkat.
This is a full-board certificate course. All materials will be included. Additionally, students will be granted access to online lectures by international scholars.
Yes, students will be required to sit for assessments with the conclusion of each module. Once they have successfully completed all modules, they will be given a graded Certificate. In the event that you are not able to successfully conclude every module, a Certificate of Participation or Completion will be given after you have completed 12 months of the course.
Yes, the certificate will be recognised by local institutions.
Yes, you may opt for monthly instalments which amount to $200 a month or do a one-off payment of $2,400 per year, excluding our registration fee.
Books, lesson notes & online videos. *These will be provided digitally (students will be given a choice to print it or utilise it in its digital form)
Students who complete all modules in this Certificate can proceed on to the Al-Mishkat Certificate in Islamic Studies2. Beyond that students who complete both certificates can proceed for further studies in Jordan Insha'Allah. We are currently working with several institutions abroad for accreditation towards their programmes. This will be announced in the due time.
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