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IFC-231

Introduction to the Sciences of Qurʾān and Hadīth

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Day Time Duration Date Instructor Credits
Wednesdays 6 – 8 PM ET 12 Weeks May 29th – August 14th Ustadha Zaynab Ansari 2

DESCRIPTION:

This course familiarizes students with Islam’s primary sources, the Qurʾān and Ḥadīth. Special emphasis will be placed on the various disciplines related to the Qurʾān and Ḥadīth as textual sources of Islam. Students will study the Qurʾān’s preservation, contextualization, and abrogation, as well as the collection, authentication, and contents of the Ḥadīth tradition.

By the end of the course, students will understand the historical canonization of Islam’s primary sources and appreciate the tools developed by Islam’s righteous predecessors to maintain the authenticity and integrity of the sacred texts and also develop the practice of reflective engagement with the Qurʾān and Sunna, enlivening their relationship with Allah and His Prophet.

COURSE FEE: 

CATEGORY

FOR CREDIT

AUDITORS

GENERAL ADMISSION

$ 199 (per course)

$ 99 (per course)

GENERAL STUDENT (.EDU)

$ 119 (per course)

$ 89 (per course)

IQRA FELLOW

$ 119 (per course)

$ 89 (per course)

MIRL STUDENT

$ 109 (per course)

$ 85 (per course)

MULTI-COURSE DISCOUNT

General: $ 159 (per course) 
Student: $ 95 (per course)

$ 80 (per course)

FINANCIAL AID:

Please note that financial aid is offered on a first-come, first-served basis until available funds are exhausted. Please apply as early as possible to increase your chances of being awarded. You can learn more about our financial aid policy here.

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“My experience with BIS has been transformative. I have had direct access to scholars and their knowledge, alhamdulillah in a way I have never experienced before. We’ve deeply explored the Muslim experience academically, challenging many of my previously held beliefs and narratives. I am forever grateful to BIS, the scholars and the organizers for this experience”.

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