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Name of Subject

Islamic Institutions in Malaysia

2.

Subject Code

MPU3313

3.

Status of Subject

MPU

4.

MQF Level/Stage

MQF Level 6/ Bachelor

5.

March 2013

8.

Version
(state the date of the last
Senate approval)
Pre-Requisite/Requirement
for Registration
Name(s) of
academic/teaching staff
Semester and Year offered

9.

Objective of the subject in the programme :

6.
7.

Nil
Hazamzaem Husin, Ahmad Zainal Abidin, Ahmad Fahim
Robani, Nilofar Ahmad Kamil.
Trimesters 1, 2 and 3

To expose students to the Islamic institutions in Malaysia


10.

Subject Learning Outcomes:


i. Explain the theories of Islamic institutions
ii. Identify the characteristics of Islamic Institutions
iii. Explain the functions of Islamic Institutions from the social, financial, political and economic
perspectives in Malaysia
iv. Identify the contemporary concepts and principles of Islamic institutions in Malaysia

11.

Mapping of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes :


Learning Outcomes
PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4
Explain the theories of Islamic
institutions
Identify the characteristics of Islamic
institutions
Explain the functions of Islamic
institutions from the social, financial,
political and economic perspectives
Identify the contemporary concepts
and principles of Islamic institutions

13.

Assessment Methods and Types :


Method and Type
Description/Details
Test
Written tests
Assignment
Written assignments
Final
Written final examination

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

x
x

x
Percentage
30
20
50

Version : Sept 2014

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Details of Subject
Topics
Topic
s
1

Content Outline

Mode of Delivery
(eg: Lecture, Tutorial,
Workshop, Seminar, etc.)
Lecture

Introduction to Islamic institutions


Meaning of Islam; Characteristics of Islam and Islamic
institutions

Educational Institution
Beginning phase of Prophet Muhammad saw,
Sahabah, Umayyah Caliph and Abbasiyyah; The
development of Madrasah and higher learning
institutions; Formal and informal educational institution
in Islam. Educational institutions in Malaysia

Institution of Justice
Principles of protecting justice; Function of justice in
Quran and Sunnah; Social and gender equality; Qadi
and Shariah court in Malaysia

Hisbah Institution
The concept and theories of good governance;
Protecting the rights of people; Terms and conditions of
Hisbah; Duties and responsibilities of Hisbah; Amrmakruf and Nahyu-munkar. Hisbahinstitution in
Malaysia

Institution of Caliph
Political system in Islam; Ministries in Islam; The need
of caliphs in Islam; The selection and appointment of
caliphs in Islam; Roles of caliphs and syura in Islam

Family Institution
Pre-marital and marital practices, The rights of husband
and wife; The rights of family members; Characteristics
of a good family; Divorce and its consequences; Islamic
family law in Malaysia
Economic Institution
Concepts and principles of Islamic economic systems;
Types of Islamic economic systems; The concept of
property in Islam; BaitulMaland Mirath; Zakat and
Waqafinstitutions in Malaysia

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LO1

LO2

LO3

100%

40%

30%

LO4

8 30%
Fatwa Institution
30%
40%
Position of Fatwa institution in Islamic country;
30%
40% in Islam; Appointment
60%
Principles of fatwa
and roles of
mufti and fatwa committees; Procedures to decree
fatwa; Gazettingfatwa. National council of fatwa in
Malaysia
26.

33.
34.

Total
Total Student Learning
Time (SLT)
Lecture
Tests
Assignments
Final
Sub Total
Total SLT
Credit Value:

37
Total Guided and
Independent Learning
37
10
11
18
76

Face to Face
39
2
1
2
44
120
3 (120/40 = 3)

Mapping of
assessment
component to learning
outcomes (Los)
Assessment Component
Assignment (20%)
Project (30%)
Final Examination (50%)

35.

Reading Materials :
Textbook

Reference Materials

Version : Sept 2014

Voorhoeve, Maaike. (2012). Family law in


Islam divorce, marriage and women in the
Muslim world. London: I.B. Tauris.
Abdullah Saeed. (2011). Islamic political
thought and governance critical concepts in
political science. London: Routledge.
Ahmad, Ishtiaq. (2011). The Concept of an
Islamic State: An Analysis of the Ideological
Controversy in Pakistan. London: Frances
Pinter.
Corning, Peter. (2011). The Fair Society: The
Science of Human Nature and the Pursuit of
Social Justice. Chicago: University Press.
Hefner, Robert W., and Muhammad Qasim
Zaman. (2010). Schooling Islam: The Culture
and Politics of Modern Muslim Education.
Princeton: N.J.
38.

Summary of the Blooms Taxonomys Domain Coverage in all the Los in the format below:
Subject
Islamic
Institutions in
Malaysia

Learning Outcomes
(please state the learning
outcomes)

Blooms Taxonomy Domain


Affective Cognitiv
Psychomo
e
tor

Explain the theories of Islamic


institutions

Identify the characteristics of


Islamic institutions

Explain the functions of Islamic


institutions from the social,
financial, political and economic
perspectives
Identify the contemporary
concepts and principles of Islamic
institutions

Version : Sept 2014