Year 2017, Volume 3 , Issue 8, Pages 274 - 283 2017-08-31


Azniwati ABDUL AZİZ [1] , Mohamed Akhiruddin IBRAHİM [2] , Wan Amir Nudin WAN ISHAK [3] , Sanusi SHARİFF [4] , Rasmina HASBULLAH [5] , İrwan Mohd SUBRİ [6]

This research analyses Al-Mabadik Al-Fiqhiyyah (Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence) as one of a compulsory course that should be taken by the students from Tamhidi of Shariah and Law students in Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM). Thus, this research aims to discover students’ perception regarding this course, including the level of difficulty of the content. Besides, this research also aims to study on how far this subject benefit the students especially when it comes to contemporary issues in order to ensure the effectiveness of teaching and learning process. This study also revealed their ability to differentiate with the other course that should be taken during first semester as well, which is Al-Madkhal ila al-Syari’ah and the relationship with other disciplines. They might have quite similar perception towards this course since they have been exposed to this field since their secondary school. The observation concludes that generally the students are able to understand the content of the course, relate it with contemporary issues and aware that this course indirectly connected with three main fiqh branches: Fiqh, Usul Al-Fiqh and Al-Qawa’id Al-Fiqhiyyah. This course also provides basic knowledge of Islamic Law, fiqh terminology as well as skills required in Islamic legal system as their preparation to further their Bachelor studies in Faculty of Shariah and Law The course required students to complete 4 credit hours for the whole semester as one of the conditions. In line with USIM’s principle which is the integration of Naqli and Aqli knowledge, this study found the importance of this concept for the development of education, institution and faculty, as well as widen the scope of the prescribed courses. Furthermore, education is one of the processes for country development by producing citizens with high level of intellectuality and can contribute for the better nation especially through universities’ curriculum. The result from this study will be a benchmark for Tamhidi Centre to continue and do some improvement in teaching and learning process without leaving behind the concept of the integration of Naqli and Aqli knowledge.
Perception, Al-Mabadik Al-Fiqhiyyah, curriculum, Naqli knowledge
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Journal Section Articles

Author: Azniwati ABDUL AZİZ
Country: Malaysia

Author: Mohamed Akhiruddin IBRAHİM
Country: Malaysia

Author: Wan Amir Nudin WAN ISHAK
Country: Malaysia

Author: Sanusi SHARİFF
Country: Malaysia

Author: Rasmina HASBULLAH
Country: Malaysia

Author: İrwan Mohd SUBRİ
Country: Malaysia


Publication Date : August 31, 2017

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Authors of the Article
Azniwati ABDUL AZİZ [1]
Wan Amir Nudin WAN ISHAK [3]
Sanusi SHARİFF [4]
Rasmina HASBULLAH [5]
İrwan Mohd SUBRİ [6]