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Aalimiyyah Program

The Aalimiyyah course is a comprehensive study of the Islamic Sciences, the breadth of which includes expertise in:  Arabic grammar, Tajweed, Literature, Tafseer Al-Qur’an, Hadith, Islamic Law (Fiqh), and Islamic History.

 

Courses are offered in a traditional environment with students spending approximately six hours per day receiving direct instruction from certified scholars. The coursework prepares students to become upright citizens with the aptitude to become Imams, school teachers, administrators of Islamic Institutions, academic researchers and writers.  Upon graduation, students may also choose to pursue specialized studies in Fiqh to become Mufti, Hadith to become Muhadith, Tafseer to become Mufassir, and/or other sciences.

“The superiority of the learned man over the devout worshipper is like that of the full moon to the rest of the stars (i.e., in brightness).” (Abu Dawud and Tirmidhi)
CURRICULUM

FIRST YEAR:

See Foundations of Faith Course

SECOND YEAR:

  • Al Jazariyyah

  • Mukhtasar al-Quduri (Worship)

  • Mukhtasar al-Quduri (Family)

  • History of Islam

  • Zaad Ut Talibeen (Provision for Seekers)

  • Ilm Us Seegah

  • Safwatul Masadir

  • Hidayat al-Nahw

  • Lisaan-ul-Quran (Language of the Quran) Volume 2

  • Zikr e Mubarak

  • Qasas Un Nabiyeen (Part 3 and Part 4)

  • Al-Qiraat Ar-Rashida v2

  • Sharah Miata Aamil

THIRD YEAR:

  • Translation of the Qur’an 1-15

  • Riyad al-Salihin

  • Al Aqeedah At Tahawiyya

  • Kanz al-Daqa’iq (Worship)

  • Kanz al-Daqa’iq (Family)

  • Usool As Shashi

  • Qasas Un Nabiyeen Part 5 (Seerah)

  • Sharah Ibn ‘Aqil

  • Duroos Al Balagah

  • Mirqaat

  • Nafhatul Arab

  • Usool Hadith

 

FOURTH YEAR:

  • Logic II

  • Persuasive Speech/ Rhetoric II

  • Textual Analysis Of The Qur’an II

  • Advanced Law

  • Public Speaking

  • Comparative Fiqh

  • Genesis Of Islamic Law II

  • Persuasive Dialogue/ Rhetoric II

  • Advanced Literature

  • Advanced Composition

  • Theology II

  • Principles Of Islamic Finance

  • Social And Family Law

  • Qur’anic Sciences And It’s Exegesis (Tafseer Al-Qur’an)

 

FIFTH YEAR:

  • Comparative Fiqh

  • Genesis Of Islamic Law III

  • Advanced Qur’anic Sciences And It’s Exegesis (Tafseer Al-Qur’an)

  • Tafseer Jalalayn

  • Advanced Textual Interpretation Of Hadith (Miskhat)

 

SIXTH YEAR:

This year is dedicated to advanced studies in Hadith, which includes over 1,000 hours of direct teacher instruction in the prominent Hadith collections:

  • Sahih Al-Bukhari: Hadith Methodology, Readings, And Analysis

  • Sahih Al-Muslim: Hadith Methodology, Readings, And Analysis

  • Sunan At-Tirmizhi: Hadith Methodology, Readings, And Analysis

  • Sunan Abu Dawood:  Hadith Methodology, Readings, And Analysis

  • Sunan Ibn Majah: Hadith Methodology, Readings, And Analysis

  • Sunan Nisaee:  Hadith Methodology, Readings, And Analysis

  • Muwatta Imam Malik:  Hadith Methodology, Readings, And Analysis

TUITION

Islamic Institute of Atlanta offers many payment plans to make it easier for parents to pay the tuition. Collecting tuition is vital for the operation of Islamic Institute of Atlanta. However, tuition should never be an obstacle for Islamic Education, therefore we try provide financial assistance, please e-mail us at contact@iiatlanta.com.

At this time residence is only offered for male students.

Tuition: $6000

Registration Fee: $100

Assessment: $100

Technology: $80

ADMISSION

This program is open to both boys and girls.

Age Limit: 13 (Some exceptions can be made)

Alhamdulillah, at Islamic Institute of Atlanta, we receive many applications each year. Each application is carefully evaluated by our Admissions committee.

Admission at Islamic Institute of Atlanta is based on a combination of the following:

  • Past school performance (report cards)

  • Teacher recommendations

  • Successful student interview

 

Step 1:  Applying

To apply at Islamic Institute of Atlanta, one must fill out the online application and pay $280 rgistration fees.

Step 2: Follow-up

After receiving the application, our admissions office will follow-up. 

 

Step 3: Interview

After the application is received, you will be contacted regarding an in-person interview.  The Admissions Committee performs a personal interview to determine whether an applicant will experience success at Islamic Institute of Atlanta.

Step 4: Fees / Donation

If everything goes well and the application wishes to enroll at Islamic Institute of Atlanta, full payment will be due.  An installment plan and/or financial aid is reserved only for those families who can demonstrate that they cannot afford the payment with the approval of the Admissions Committee.