Department of Jurisprudence and law

This scientific group was founded by the establishment of the Sharia Faculty in 1962 as the leading part of this Faculty, with the help of experienced academic cadre and the experienced students. This field covers the field of Islamic law, Jurisprudence, and a comparative study of the laws of the situation with Islamic law.

Scientific goals

Educating of professional cadres in the Judiciary and other organs of the country.

Educating of qualified academic cadets in jurisprudential and legal sciences for the educational institutions of the country.

Educating the specialist and committed lawyer in the field of Jurisprudence and Law.

Educating of knowledgeable Muftis in religious jurisprudence and legal matters.

Educating of powerful interpreters and commentators in the light of Islamic jurisprudence.

Educating Professional counselors for the legal and legal sciences for executive agencies, including the Ministry of Justice.

Educating of professional experts in the field of political jurisprudence for relevant executive bodies, including the State Department.

Providing disciplined legal and legal solutions to the needs of society in the field of jurisprudence and law.

Answering the challenges, needs and questions raised in the field of jurisprudence and law.

Designing jurisprudential and legal discourses and discussions at different levels by employing methods tailored to the needs of time and place.

Educational Goals

 As previously stated, the Faculty of Sharia has a special purpose that is to educate the cadre of knowledgeable, skilled and serving the community. The trained cadres of this faculty are serving in the justice, and education system of the country and are practically working for local, regional, national and social development, and realize the faculty's degree as much as possible.

Graduates Work Fields

Judicial Organizations, Guidance Services, Hajj and Endowment, Judiciary and Foreign, Scientific Education and Higher Education Cadre.

Teaching Curriculum

Subjects: The total number of credits in this field is 151 credit.