Bachelor of Islamic Studies

Ignite your passion for knowledge! This flexible, online course awaits you. A great opportunity to ground yourself in the various Islamic disciplines for self-development purposes or to increase your career options. 

Below is the in take dates for 2019!

Session 1         March - June

Session 2         July – October

Session 3         November – February


Course Overview

Course Structure

Exit Points

Diploma of Islamic Studies

Students who satisfactorily complete the following 8 subjects (64 points) may exit with a Diploma of Islamic Studies:
Core Subjects
ISL100 Islamic Worldview and Faith Essentials
ISL110 Fiqh (Islamic Law) of the Five Pillars
ISL170 Ihsan (Spirituality) Essentials
ISL181 Sirah (Life of Prophet Muhammad)
ISL202 Usul al-Din (Foundational Islamic Theology)
ISL211 Usul al-Fiqh (Methodology of Islamic Law)
ISL232 Usul al-Hadith (Methodology of Prophetic Traditions)

Arabic Electives (ONE)
ISL441 Arabic Skills 1
ISL442 Arabic Skills 2
ISL443 Arabic Skills 3
ISL460 Introduction to Arabic Reading
ISL461 Beginner Arabic Language 1
ISL462 Beginner Arabic Language 2
ISL463 Intermediate Arabic Grammar 1
ISL464 Intermediate Arabic Grammar 2
ISL465 Advanced Arabic Grammar

Associate Degree in Islamic Studies

Students who satisfactorily complete the following 16 subjects (128 points) may exit with an Associate Degree in Islamic Studies:
Core Subjects
ISL100 Islamic Worldview and Faith Essentials
ISL110 Fiqh (Islamic Law) of the Five Pillars
ISL170 Ihsan (Spirituality) Essentials
ISL181 Sirah (Life of Prophet Muhammad)
ISL202 Usul al-Din (Foundational Islamic Theology)
ISL211 Usul al-Fiqh (Methodology of Islamic Law)
ISL230 Usul al-Tafsir (Methodology of Qur'anic Exegesis)
ISL232 Usul al-Hadith (Methodology of Prophetic Traditions)

Arabic Electives (TWO)
ISL441 Arabic Skills 1
ISL442 Arabic Skills 2
ISL443 Arabic Skills 3
ISL460 Introduction to Arabic Reading
ISL461 Beginner Arabic Language 1
ISL462 Beginner Arabic Language 2
ISL463 Intermediate Arabic Grammar 1
ISL464 Intermediate Arabic Grammar 2
ISL465 Advanced Arabic Grammar

Islamic Studies Electives (SIX)

ISL101 Mantiq (Logic) and Critical Reasoning
ISL151 Islam in the Modern World
ISL171 Akhlaq (Morality) and Adab (Manners) in Islam
ISL271 Purification of the Heart
ISL282 History of Prophets: Adam to Jesus
ISL312 Religious Service and Community Leadership
ISL313 Islamic Family Law
ISL353 World Religions in Australia
ISL355 Women in Islam and Islamic Cultures
ISL383 Islamic History: 632 to Present
ISL399 Guided Research

Up to two electives can be chosen from another discipline or brought in as credits from another undergraduate course. Prior approval from Course Director is required.