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Faculty of Law, Governance and International Relations

Bachelor of Shariah Law

Recognition Code                : (N/381/6/0032) 08/23 (MQA/PA 9583)
Duration of study                 : 4 Year (8 Semester)
Intake                                  : May / June / July / December
Mode of Study                     : Fulltime
Registration Fees                : RM570.00
Tuition Fees (Local)            : RM 38,754.00   *Excludes Hostels
Tuition Fees (International) : RM 50,515.00 *Excludes Hostels
Hostel Fees                         : Hostel fee starts from MYR 120 - MYR 350 depending on the room category

Admission Requirements :
  1. Passed the Malaysian Certificate of Higher Education (STPM) or equivalent with at least Grade C (NGMP 2.00) in 2 subjects including Islamic Studies and Honors in Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) Language; or
  2. Pass the Malaysian Higher Certificate of Religion (STAM) with at least the rank of Jayyid; or
  3. Pass the Diploma (Level 4, MOH) in the field of obtaining at least CGPA 2.0 AND credits in Arabic Language and Islamic Studies at the SPM level; or
  4. Any qualification in Shariah Legislation equivalent to Level 4, MOF with a CGPA of at least 2.5 out of 4.0; or
  5. Passed Matriculation / Foundation / Foundation from any IPTA / IPTS / Institution authorized to offer foundation program with CGPA 2.0 AND credits in Arabic Language and Islamic Studies at SPM level; or
  6. Other recognized qualifications equivalent to it by the Government of Malaysia..
Career Prospects:

Students can build a career as:
government sector
i)     Syariah Officers Syariah Law
ii)    Enforcement Officers Registrar of Syariah Courts
iii)   Assistant Shariah Officer
iv)   Legal Advisor at Government Departments Judicial and Legal
v)   Officers Syariah
vi)  Officers in the Malaysian Syariah Judiciary Department Syariah
vii) Officers in State Syariah Courts Shariah
viii)Officer in Islamic Development Department Shariah
ix)  Officers in the Attorney General's Chambers Shariah
x)   Officers at the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development of Shariah
xi)  Officers at the State Legal Advisor Offices of Shariah
xii) Officers in the Legal Aid Department Syariah Prosecutor

Private sector
i) Syariah Adviser or Consultant
ii) Human Resource Executive
iii) Shariah Adviser at Local Companies
iv) Legal Executive
v) Shariah Officers in Banking and Finance Institutions

Program Structure
Semester 1 Semester 3 Semester 5 Semester 7
  1. Civilization of Islamic
  2. Civilization (Titas)
  3. Tilawah al-Quran
  4. Basic Arabic
  5. English For Communication 1
  6. Fiqh Ibadah
  7. Usul Fiqh 1
  8. Malaysian Legal System
  9. Constitution Law.
  1. Advanced Arabic
  2. Co-curriculum
  3. Psychology From Islamic Perspective
  4. Sharia Text Study
  5. Fiqh Muamalat
  6. Fiqh Munakahat
  7. Family Law in Malaysia (Non-Islamic).
  1. Islamic Family Law
  2. Islamic Property Administration Law
  3. Islamic Criminal Law In Malaysia
  4. Equity And Trust
  5. Land Law, Evidence Law
  6. Civil Procedure.
  1. Procedure of Mal at Syariah Courts
  2. Criminal Procedure in Syariah Courts
  3. Mock Trial at Syariah Courts
  4. Scientific Training
  5. Alternative Dispute Resolution
  6. Corporate Law
  7. Business Law
Semester 2 Semester 4 Semester 6 Semester 8
  1. Ethnic Relations
  2. Academic Writing 2
  3. Usul Fiqh 2
  4. Ayat Dan Hadith Hadith
  5. Maqasid Syariah
  6. Administration of Islamic Laws In Malaysia
  7. Contract Laws.
  1. Psychology for Professional Group
  2. Fiqh Mirath
  3. Fiqh Qada '
  4. Fiqh Jinayat
  5. English For Law
  6. Tort Law
  7. Criminal Law.
  1. Islamic Finance
  2. Islamic Law
  3. Syariah Courts
  4. Syariah Skill and Social Awareness
  5. Syariah Law and Legal System
  6. Legal Research Methods
  7. Aqidah and Current Issues
  8. Business Seminar in Malaysia
  9. Culture And Heritage Tourism
  10. Career Development.
  1. Industrial training


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