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National Committee for Academic Assessment & Accreditation




Course Specification:  “102 Islam”


Second Academic Semester,  Year 1430H


Professor: Hind Mohammed Abdullah Al-Mazrou 


Course Specification Form


For guidance on completion this form. Please refer to ------- of handbook  (2) including the internal quality assurance .



Educational Institution : King Saud University


College/ Education, Department of Islamic Culture


(A) Course Identification and general information


1-  Course title and No.: Islam & Community Building – “102 Islam.



2- Credit hours: 2 hours 



3- Program or programs within which the course is offered: Bachelor of (Islamic

    Culture), the course is given to the all majors of the university.


    (In case of general elective things in multi programs, this should be stated, as

     well as the programs).   





4-     Name of faculty member responsible for teaching the course: Hind Mohammed AL-mazrou

5-     Level or Year within which this course is offered (Level 3 and Level 4)




5- Level or year in which this course is offered : Level 3 and 4




6- Pre-requisites of this course (if any) : 101 Islam




7-  Requirements associated with this course (if any): None



8- Location of teaching this course if not in the main campus: Academic Hall   


B) Objectives:

1- Concise description of the basic learning outcomes for the students enrolled in this course: -


     This course aims to many outcomes for the student to acquire, of which:      

*  Acquaintance of the most important family problems.

*  Acquaintance of the method  of community and family.

*  Laying emphasis on the role of woman in family building and community formation.  

    *  Acquaintance of rules of marriage, divorce and disjoining in Islamic Law.     

    *  Recognize the rules of marriages in Islam. 

    *  Acquaintance of the legislation rule in the course vocabularies.




2-  Describe in brief any plans currently under execution for course development and improvement, for example (e.g. The increasing utilization for subjects and references that depend on IT or the internet, and changes in the course content according to the outcomes of the updated scientific researches in the domain): -


·         Consulation with the course professors to benefit from the propositions.

·         Computer utilization for obtaining the scientific sources un-accessible in the university library.    



C)  Course Description : (Note: General description for the form used in bulletin or handbook to be attached)  


1- Topics to be covered


No. of weeks

Contact hours

Part 1: The concept of the Islamic community



Bases of Community building – Aspects of The Muslim Community




Reasons for enhancing the social relations.



The family importance and its position in Islam – Woman before Islam.



The woman position in Islam



The suspicion raised against woman and the refutation    



The veil and its intentions



Betrothal and its general rules.



Effects resulted from the marriage contract.  






2-  Course constituents (Total of contact hours in the term)


Special lessons

Practical/field/cooperative training or distinction for health specialty students.  







3-  Additional special study/  Weekly learning hours expected from the students (Average expected for the term and not requirements specified per week):

3 Hours






4- Learning outcomes development in learning scopes or domains.  

For each domain of learning as stated below:-

-          Summary of knowledge or skills for which course has been designed for development.

-          Description of learning strategy to be used for the development of this knowledge or skills

-          ٍٍStudents evaluation Methods used in the course to evaluate the learning outcomes in the technical field.


A-    Knowledge:

(1) Description of knowledge to be acquired in the course

1-     The acquaintance of the meaning of terms included in the course, such as community, moral, marriage, Betrothal  and disjoining the marriage.

2-     Acquaintance of the Muslim community aspects.

3-     Acquaintance of the family importance and position in Islam .

4-     Acquaintance of reason of enhancing social relations

5-     Acquaintance of intellectual and behavioral deviations, and methods of remedy. 

6-     Acquaintance of the position of woman in the Islamic legislation and the man-made law legislation.

7-     Acquaintance of The refutation for the suspicion raised regarding woman.

8-     Acquaintance of the intentions of veil and its description

9-     Acquaintance of betrothal and its general rules.

10-Acquaintance of marriage and its, intentions, rules and disjoining.   



2-  Teaching Strategy to be used for developing this knowledge :

1-     Lecture 

2-     Duties

3-     Collective dialogue

4-     Researches.



(3)       Acquired knowledge Evaluation Methods 

      1-  Written and verbal examinations

      2 - Homework

      3-  Direct question during lecture.   



B-        Cognitive Knowledge Skills

1-        Cognitive skills to be developed:

1-       Ability of refutation for the suspicion raised on veil.

2-       Distinction between the Islamic community and others communities, based on its props and

3-       The Complete acquaintance for the role of the Islamic family    

4-       The correct acquaintance for the marriage rules and disjoining.





2-       Learning Strategy used for cognitive skills development:

1-      Utilization of cooperative education for helping the cognitive skills development.   

2-      Research           

3-      Putting cognitive application into practice.          




3-       Methods of Acquired Cognitive Skills Evaluation:

  -       Assignment through questionnaire.

  -       Remarks

  -       Examinations



C-     Interrelation (Personal) and Responsibility Skills:

1-      Description of Interrelation skills with others and ability to assume responsibility to be 


1 -     Sense of responsibility.

2 -     Training on speech  

3 -     Ability of solving the family problems.


2-      Learning Strategy used in developing these skills and abilities.

  -      Distributing students into groups to take part in the group dialogue.

  -      Giving the students the opportunity of leading the dialogue team.



3-    Evaluation methods for students to acquire interrelation skills and ability for

        assuming responsibility:


1-    Direct assessment after listening their dialogue.  

2-    Raising issues that in relation with the dialogue.



D -  Communication, information technology and arithmetical (numerical) skills:-


1-   Description of numerical and communication skills to be developed:

1 -  Writing communication through the activities. 

2-   Electronic communication for guiding them to electronic sources.

3-   Verbal communication through display




2 -   Educational strategy used in developing these skills: -


1-   Requesting students to offer certain issues that in relation with the course 

2-   Requesting students to refer to electronic sources.

3-   Requesting students to write reports on certain issues to be handled in the course. 



3-   Evaluation methods for students’ communication, information technology and

      arithmetical (numerical) skills acquisition  

    -   The students performance assessment during speech or display.

    -   Written reports assessment.

    -   Examinations.







E-      Motor skills (if any)

1  -    Description of motor skills (psychology – based muscle motion):-





2-     Learning strategy used in motor skills development:-




3-     Students evaluation methods in acquiring motor skills.




5-     Definition of assessment schedule upon which the students are assessed during

     the semester.



Evaluation No.

Evaluation nature, for example (topic or short exam., collective project or term exam.

Due week

Degree in proportion to the final evaluation



First Weeks



Cooperatve Research

5th Week

10 %


Semester Exam.




Final Exam.

End of Semester



D)  Support provided to students:



Procedures or arrangements used to ensure the faculty members presence for providing academic advise and direction to student in request (specifying time- Office Hours- when faculty members are available during the week).

- 12 office hours

- Modern Email Communication.




E)  Learning Sources:



1- Main Book (books) required:-

-   Islam and community building, by : A group of The University Teaching Staff.



2-  Essential References:

-     Community and family in Islam, by Dr. Mohamed Tahir Algawabi.

-     The Family in Islam, by Dr. Mohammed Aqlah

-     Islamic Community Building, by  Dr. Abdulrahman B. Mubaral Al-Faraj.    








3-  Recommended books and references (scientific courses, reports etc…) (list to be


  -  Al-Nour Chapter Exegesis , from: Adwaa Al-Bayan in interpreting Quran by Quran and

     other interpretation

  -  Al-Hojarar Chapter Exegesis

  -  Rights of Woman in Sonnah (Prophet’s Sayings), by Dr. Nawal Al-Eid.

  -  The Return of Hejab (Veil), by: Mohammed Ismail Al-Muqadam




4-  Electronic Subhects & the internet sites  etc…(Curriculum Subjects Sites)

1 – Saaid Al-Fawaid Site:                                          

2 -  Islam Today                                                         

3 -  The legal Hejab Site                                            

4 -  Islam – Question and Answer Site                           

7 -  The Islamic Web Site                                                    www.islamic


5-  Other learning subjects such as computer, CD, occupational criterion, or systems based

      learning Subjects:-

1-  New Issue of the Comprehensive Library   

2-  Audio-Programs of scientific lectures in relation with the course acoustics




F) Utilities Required:-


Define the course requirements including class and laboratories size (e.g. Number of seats in the class and laboratories and computer availability, etc…)




1-  Educational Institutions (Lecture halls and laboratories etc…) :

 -   Lecture rooms must be suitable for attendants.


2-  Computers:

-    The Internet Services Provision for helping the students research


3-  Other resources (Define – for example: If specific laboratory equipments are required,

     define requirements or attach list)

  - Light Scanner.    


E) Course Evaluation and improvement process: 


1- Strategy for obtaining the student’s results and education effectiveness:

         -  Students point of view through questionnaire 

         -  Student’s observation to know the extent of benefit she had.

         -  Teachers viewpoints who taught the course before. 




2-  Other strategy followed in the evaluation process, either through professor or







3-  Educational Improvement Process:

-    Conducting workshops inside the University.

-    Professors’ Training Programs


4 - Student’s level verification process , for example: (examining correction or scores by an independent faculty member for a sample of student’s performance, the course professor shall undertake correction for a sample of the duties or examinations periodically, with another faculty member from another educational institution alternatively.) None.    



5-  Describe the arrangements and plans made for the periodical review of the course effectiveness ,

     planning and improvement:


1-  Linking the course vocabularies with the student’s reality

2-  Conducting workshops for the course professors, and the professors in relation with the course. 3-3-3-3-  Benefiting from the updated scientific course- related references




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Course 102 -Islam second semester 29-1430 H