|1||Name of Course||Islamic Law of Property|
|4||Rational for the Inclusion of the Course in the Programme||This course is expected to develop the ability of students to understand the divine sources on the power of ownership and the right of disposing propertiies under the Islamic law. In addition, it requires the students to analyse the current laws on Islamic wealth management within the given scope of the course.|
|5||Semester and Year offered||Semester 6 (Year 3)|
|6||Student Learning Time
|7||Credit Value||3 (122 / 40 = 3.005)|
|8||Pre-requisite (if any)||None|
|9||Learning outcomes||At the end of semester, students will be able to:
|10||Transferable skills||Students should be able to develop good written and interpersonal communication skills, teamwork, leadership and problem-solving skills through a process of lectures and tutorials.|
|11||Teaching-Learning and Assessment Strategy||Teaching-learning strategy:
The course will be taught through a combination of formal lectures, exercises, group work, using authentic materials, informal activities and various textbooks. Practical experience and collaborative teamwork will be fostered throughout the course. The use of examination and internal reporting assessment will assess the student’s ability to apply theoretical concepts in context.
|12||Synopsis||This course is intended to teach students the different legal schools of thought, classifications of law and the terms and phrases that are commonly used in law. Students will also be taught the historical background of the Malaysian legal system and the sources of law including the Federal Constitution, statutes, common law, equity, judicial precedents, Islamic law and customary laws. This course will also discuss the meaning of binding precedent, persuasive authority, ratio decidendi, obiter dictum and the methodology on how to read, interpret and apply case law in dealing with legal issues. In addition, the procedure to enact law and the rules to interpret statutes will also be highlighted.|
|13||Mode of Delivery||Lecture, tutorial, class discussion, mini seminar or presentation.|
|14||Assessment Methods and Types||
|15||Mapping of the Course Learning Outcome/Module to the Programme Learning Outcomes||Refer to attachment|
|16||Content Outline and the SLT per Topic
*Note: Total = 125 hours
|18||Additional references||1. Coulson, N. J. (1970). Succession in the Muslim family. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2. Farhat Ziadeh. (1993). Property Rights in the Middle East: From Traditional Law to Modern Codes. Brill.
3. Hj. Abdul Kader Hj. Ismail. 1983. Sistem Pusaka Islam. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka.
4. Mohd Ridzuan Awang. 1986. Undang-Undang dan Pentadbiran Harta Pusaka Orang Islam di Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur
5. n. a. Majallat al-Ahkam. (1967). Pakistan: Law Publishing Company.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES, DELIVERY AND ASSESSMENT TEMPLATE
|Course Learning Outcomes||Compliance to PO||Teaching & Learning Activities (TLAs)||Assessment Tasks (ATs)|
|1-explain the basic structure of property law in Islam and identify various properties under the administration of State Islamic Religious Council. (LO1-C2)||3||Classroom lecture and discussion||Written test|
|2-explain problems relating to Islamic Law of property. (LO2-P2)||3||Presentation||Instructor evaluation of the presentation|
|3-explain specific issues related to Islamic properties in Malaysia. (LO8-P2)||3||Assignment||Instructor evaluation of the assignment|