The Department of Doctrine and Islamic Thought seeks to highlight the origins of the Islamic religion, deepen affiliation with Islam, and link the Muslim to the two sources, the Book and the Sunnah, and enlighten him with what they contain of the origins of moral and civilizational values, in order to build and fortify him in belief, thought, and behavior from the intellectual currents that oppose Islam
Showing the holistic view of Islam as a comprehensive approach to all aspects of life, based on belief in God, and getting rid of the partial view of Islam that limits it to some aspects of life.
Mission / Tasks:
Among the tasks of the Department of Doctrine and Islamic Thought are:
Graduating qualified students specialized in the Islamic faith, hadith, interpretation and Islamic thought
Demonstrating the superiority of Islam and its distinction over intellectual doctrines and ideologies in all aspects of life, and demonstrating its ability to lead them in exchange for the failure of those doctrines and ideologies.
Developing students’ skills in the field of scientific research and editing manuscripts in a scientific and sober manner.
Preparing a group of specialists in Sharia sciences capable of carrying the scientific and advocacy secretariat to be a civilized and scientific project.
Improving the reality of the curricula established in the college in various disciplines and developing them to suit the requirements and developments of the times.
Upgrading the scientific level of the department’s teachers through the preparation of contemporary scientific research and participation in seminars, lectures and conferences inside and outside the university.
Preparing teachers specialized in teaching Islamic education to support the education directorates in the governorate.