This programme students to study Islamic law and its application in a broad range of legal areas, including Islamic jurisprudence; Islamic family law; law of Islamic finance and human rights, as well as its relationship to society in the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
Critical jurisprudence in Islamic law and society; human rights and Islamic law; Islamic law; law and society in the Middle East and North Africa; law of Islamic finance; economic approaches to law; foundations of comparative law; religion and comparative constitutionalism; sociological approach to law; dissertation.
Course Additional Entry
Upper 2nd Class Honours degree, preferably in a related discipline.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees|
2 - 3 years