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ISLM 101 Islamic values
Department: UG - General Education
Module Description: The purpose of this module is to provide students with knowledge and discourse on fundamental Islamic values. Student will gain solid knowledge and understanding of the basic fundamentals of Islam, its values, and how values are connected to human development. The module also allows students to discuss research and report findings on issues related to Islamic societies as they highlight some of the practices of Islamic values shared by individuals and in a special connection to the UAE context.
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