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Course Description of “ Educational Management in Islam 614 EdM

Second Semester 1434/1435 AH



The course aims at providing PhD students in the field of Islamic Educational Management with the foundations of the educational system in Islam as the science of management is one of the original sciences of the Islamic Law and has deep roots in Islamic culture. Prophet Mohammad ( Allah’s Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon Him ) and the righteous caliphs used management in its real, comprehensive meaning. What distinguishes Islamic management is that it is based on the principles of Islam. This makes life a worship journey devoted to Allah, the Almighty.


Course Objectives:


- General Objective: 

This course aims at providing the students with the foundations of the educational and managerial system in Islam and its applications throughout history. In addition, it aims at studying the managerial directives in the Holy Quran and the Prophet’s Tradition as well as studying how to manage and finance some educational, Islamic institutions such as Katatib ( houses where to teach the recitation of the Holy Quran ) , mosques and schools and how to make use of them in managing modern educational institutions.


- Specific Objectives: 

-  Introducing the students to the foundations and principles of management in Islam through studying the development of managerial Islamic thought.

-   Introducing the students to the foundations of the managerial system in Islam and its applications and how to benefit from this system in managing modern educational institutions.

- Introducing the students to the managerial processes in the managerial, Islamic system and inferring practical examples of each task of the managerial, educational tasks, past and present.

-  Introducing the students to leadership in Islam and how to design managerial and educational models from an Islamic perspective.  

 Course Outline: 

Contact Hours

Number of Weeks





Agreeing with the PhD students on carrying out the activities of the course

First Week



Management in the managerial thought of Muslims ( concept, origin, development and theories )

Second Week



Educational management from an Islamic perspective ( concept, characteristics and factors )

Third Week



Managerial and educational development throughout the Islamic Ages ( at the heart of Islam, the Umayyad State, the Abbasid State, etc. )

Fourth Week




The sources of managerial and educational thought for Muslims ( contextual sources, the Holy Quran, the Prophet’s Tradition, etc. )

Fifth Week



The principles and foundations of educational management in Islam ( Shura “counseling”, participation, authorization, justice, trust, monitoring, etc. )

Sixth Week



The managerial and educational system in Islam and its applications ( the concept of organization, models of organization, characteristics of organization and factors of organization )

Seventh Week



The managerial and educational tasks in Islam ( planning, organization, coordination, guidance, monitoring and evaluation )

Eighth Week




Managing and financing educational institutions in Islam ( financing sources, expenditure and budget )

Ninth Week



The ethics of educational management in Islam ( concept, philosophy and sources )

Tenth Week



Leadership in Islamic management (foundations of leadership, qualities of an educational leader and models of leadership )

Eleventh Week



Trends in modern educational management and their relationship with educational management in Islam ( passing judgment, accountability, quality and knowledge society )

Twelfth Week



Scholars of managerial and Islamic thought , and their contributions to this field ( Al-Mawrdi, Ibn Timiyah, Al-Qalqashandi )

Thirteenth Week



End-of-Term Exam

Fourteenth Week


Course Assessment:

-  10 Marks for students’ regular attendance of classes ( each three late comings will count as one absence from a class )

-  20 Marks for seminars

-  15 Marks for a student’s presentation on one of the topics of the course with the help of modern technology

-  15 Marks for a student’s presentation of a paper ( research proposal ) supported with references approved while preparing the paper

      -   40 Marks for the end-of-the-term exam



1.     Abu San, Ahmad ( 1417 AH ), Management in Islam (6th Edition), Dar Al-Khreiji for Publishing and Distribution, Jeddah.

2.     Adham, Fawzi Kamal ( 1421 AH ), Islamic Management: Comparative Study between Islamic Systems and  Modern Positivism, Dar Al-Nafa’is, Amman, Jordan.

3.     Al-Buraei, Mohammad and Abdeen ( 1408 AH ), Management in Islamic Culture, Maktab Al-Khadamat Al-Hadithah, Jeddah.

4.     Al-Banna, Abdulbasit ( 1405 AH ), Managerial Organization in the Muslim State: Approach and Application, Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States, Abu Dhabi.

5.     Al-Hilwani, Ihsan Bin Mohammad Sharaf ( 1418 AH ), Some Detailed Aspects of Educational Management in the Prophet’s Life, MA unpublished thesis, Umm Al-Qura University, Holy Mecca.

6.     Hammad, Sami Zein Al-Abdeen ( 1408 AH ), Encyclopedia of Management in Islam, Dar Al-Qalam for Printing and Publishing, Jeddah.

7.     Al-Rajjoub, Mohammad Ali ( 1425 AH ), Educational Management in the Schools of the Abbasid Age 132 – 656 AH, Hammada Institution, Irbid, Jordan.

8.     Al-Sultan, Fahd ( 1418 AH ), Islamic Model of Management, Khalid Offset Printing, Riyadh.

9.     Al-Shabbani, Mohammad Bin Abdullah ( 1411 AH ), The Governance System and Management in the Islamic State from Early Islam to the Fall of the Abbasid State, Dar Alam Al-Kutub for Publishing and Distribution, Jeddah.

10.Al-Dhayyan, Abdulrahman ( 1407 AH ), Management in Islam: Thought and Application, Dar Al-Shurouq, Jeddah.

11.Al-Dhayyan, Abdulrahman ( 1412 AH ), Managerial Reform: Islamic Perspective and Modern Perspective, Dar Al-Ilm for Printing and Publishing, Jeddah.

12.  Al-Dhayyan, Abdulrahman Ibrahim ( 1407 AH ), Management in Islam: Thought and Application, Dar Al-Shurouq, Jeddah.

13.  Tabalia, Mohammad ( 1405 AH ), The System of Management in Islam: A Comparative Study with Contemporary Systems, Dar Al-Fikr Al-Arabi, Cairo, Egypt.

14.  Abd Al-Munim, Ahmad ( 1406 AH ), The Principles of General Management and the Managerial System in Islam, Shabab Al-Jami’a Establishment for Printing and Publishing, Alexandria, Egypt.

15. Al-Ibidat, Zuha’a Al-Deen Ahmad ( 1422 AH), Leadership and Management in Islam, Dar Al-Bayariq for Printing and Publishing, Amman, Jordan.

16.  Al-Ali, Mohammad Muhanna (1405 AH ), Management in Islam, Al-Dar Al-Saudia for Publishing and Distribution, Jeddah.

17.  Ali, Murad Mohammad ( 1410 AH ), Managerial Methods in Islam, Dar Al-Uloum for Printing, Cairo, Egypt.

18.  Al-Ghamdi, Hamdan Ahmad ( 1427 AH ), The Ethics of Muslim Teachers and their Influence on the Moral Education of Individuals and Society, a paper presented at the 13th Annual Meeting held by the Saudi Association of Educational and Psychological Sciences entitled                 “ Preparing and Developing Teachers in the Light of Contemporary Changes ” in the period from 22 to 23/1/1427 AH corresponding to 21-22/2/2006 at the College of Education, King Saud University.

19. Al-Ghamdi, Hamdan Ahmad ( 1432 AH ), The Ethics of General Education in the Saudi Educational Systems, Maktabat Al-Rushd, Riyadh.

20. Qaderi, Abdullah ( 1407 AH ), Managerial Proficiency in Islamic Policies.

21. Mutwali, Mustafa ( 1417 AH ), An Introduction to the History of Islamic Education, Dar Al-Khreiji for Publishing and Distribution, Jeddah.

22. Al-Muzjaji, Ahmad Bin Dawood ( 1411 AH ), Managerial Organization in Islam: Concept and Characteristics, King Saud University Journal, Vii.

23.Al-Nima, Ibrahim ( 1406 AH ), Work and Workers in Islamic Thought, Al-Daris Al-Saudia for Publishing and Distribution, Jeddah. 

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