Ba sharia and law in University of sharjah
"This course will survey Islamic law (shari'a) in historical and comparative modern contexts. ""Islamic law"" historically refers to a diverse set of legal rules and concepts that developed within institutional structures quite different from those of the modern nation-state. The replacement of traditional models with modern structures in the 18th and 19th centuries mostly from English, French, and Dutch colonial powers meant the introduction of new governmental and constitutional structures in the modern Middle East and in the larger Muslim world. "
Completion of secondary education or an equivalent level with the required average no earlier than three years prior to joining the University.A minimum average of 70% (Literary or Scientific Section) is required for admissions to Shari'a & Islamic Studies, Business Administration, Law, Fine Arts & Design, Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, Communication, Business Information System major in College of Computing and Informatics, Computer Science and Multimedia. IELTS of 5.0 and TOEFL of 61.
Lawyer, Judge, Government Officer, Social Activist