Finance & Contracts
The Finance and Contracts Programme is part of the Islamic Law Course. It delivers the subject matter in a modern format, utilising mature visual aids and in-depth resources to simplify difficult concepts. The programme focuses on the general principles of Islamic Finance and Contracts from the canonical schools of Islamic jurisprudence. It builds on the classical discussions pertaining to Islamic Finance and Contracts and deals with modern issues regarding these two areas.
The programme is divided into two key parts:
- Islam’s influence on Finances
- Types of Fiqh
- Islamic legal theory
- Islamic finance
- Types of finance and contracts
Part 1-3: students will be provided with notes and/or slides and will be expected to prepare from selected materials pertaining to the discussions of Islamic finance and contracts.
Farhan Mahmood is one of the lecturers at Islamic Courses Online. He completed his LLB in Law in 2009 and attained a distinction in an MSc in Management Consultancy in 2011. After gaining experience in Law, he took the route to becoming a student of knowledge in 2012. He graduated in 2018, and since then he has been teaching Arabic Language, Fiqh, Usul al-Fiqh, and Tafsir.
Who is the course for?
This programme is suitable for those who intend to learn Islamic finance and contracts in a comprehensive manner yet at their own pace.
- This programme is suitable for students who have already studied or participated in the earlier sections of the Islamic Law course, primarily the chapters pertaining worship and have a firm grasp of the basics of Islamic legal theory.
- The duration of each level depends upon students’ caliber and dedication towards classes.
- Students can speed up their pace in completing the various levels or slow down depending on how much quantity they can retain and how many levels they wish to cover.
- Students can set a pace of daily, weekly, and even monthly intervals.
- The average time in which a student is expected to complete the entire programme is 7 weeks, whereby the student completes at least one section per week; both by watching all the relevant videos of a lesson and preparing the reading of the core text.
- To provide a comprehensive study of Islamic law for those who wish to learn at their own pace.
- To enable students to grasp otherwise difficult aspects of Islamic Law, in an easy and structured manner.
- To allow students to grasp the language of Islamic Law, as well as its jargon and technical terms.
- To empower students to become independent students of Islamic law and basic legal theory.
Video 57 Min
Video 82 Min
Video 89 Min
Total of 3 Videos 180 Min
Video 48 Min + 2 Min read to complete
Ustadh Farhan Mahmood introduces different perspectives of verbs – positive & negative, transitive & intransitive, and active & passive, focuses on transitive & intransitive verbs and moves onto active & passive verb patterns.
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