Aligned with the general objectives of Mohammed V University in Abu Dhabi, the Master’s program mission resides in the shaping of the excellent Islamic personality with a deep understanding of Islam, based on the Quran and the Sunnah, and the preparation of future specialists to meet the needs of society.
Therefore, the Master’s program aims to expand the students’ scientific and knowledge base and enable them to use methods of scientific research, its rationales and goals, based on originality of their sources, and the reliable and flexible modernity that has been guaranteed in the two Sharia references that laid the ground for Sharia to deal with the requirements of society in every time and place.
The above objectives are attained through the Masters of the Maliki School of Contemporary Issues, which was based, at the time of its preparation, on the best and accredited contemporary programs for postgraduate studies in this field applied in prestigious universities. It aspires to satisfy the needs of the UAE society, the Gulf States and the Arab and Islamic countries through the provision of distinctive competencies to the academic and educational fields, Endowments Ministries and diverse social institutions.
The Master’s program extends over two years and includes four semesters as follows:
The Master’s program consists of 15 courses and a time schedule of 45 hours divided into three semesters. This is in addition to the hours devoted to the dissertation (nine credit hours) for which an entire semester has been allocated.
After passing the program, students are expected to be able to: