DEPARTMENT OF ISLAMIC STUDIES 

A SYMBOL OF EXCELLENCE, INNOVATION AND INTEGRITY

OVERVIEW

The Department of Islamic Studies has been running since under the kind supervision of Prof. Dr. Muhammad Saleem Awan (Head of department). BS (Islamic Studies) has been started from September in former Govt. Emerson College Multan (Affiliated with Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan). The Government shall, by notification, reconstitute the Govt. Emerson College Multan as The Emerson University Multan under the Act 2012(V of 2020). The department of Islamic Studies is as Islamic Studies since 2013. The department holds its distinction being versatile in day to day life of each human being as a Muslim. Since the inauguration of BS (4- Years) program in the discipline of Islamic Studies, it has established, it worth among the applications. A good merit policy is maintained with a dedicated faculty to teach the HEC recognized syllabus.

VISION

  • To contribute to society through the pursuit of Islamic education and research and be able to respond effectively to the posed modern-day challenges.
  • To train students to develop Islamic values along with social morals, ethics and skills to work diligently and to function benevolently in all avenues of life.
  • To build a cohesive, proud and sovereign nation.
  • To restore the full meaning of education by offering an opportunity to study, comprehensively and critically, the syllabus of a classical education in the Islamic sciences sensitively adapted for our time.

MISSION

Institute of Islamic Studies aims to be recognized as the Islamic world knowledge hub that delivers and caters world class research, teaching and learning environment by developing, expanding and enhancing research programs led by exemplary faculty for competent and efficient students. It intends to enable students to serve as faithful representatives of a practiced Islam that is, according to the pattern of God’s Messenger and his Companions, gracious and patient with religious diversity; an Islam based on sound knowledge that the students have acquired for themselves and which they carry back into their communities; an Islam practiced as a commitment to respect, care for and serve others; an Islam secured not by attachment to communal identity but by attachment to God. To develop and support harmony between different religions and sects of society and to relate to others with tolerance, respect and consideration, whatever their beliefs and attitudes may be.

SCOPE

  • Serve as a think tank in the field of Islamic education, culture and knowledge
  • Directing research and studies to develop Islamic thought
  • Promoting and enhancing cross-cutting and multi- disciplinary research initiatives
  • Holding specialized scholarly, intellectual and cultural conferences, seminars and study circles
  • Enable graduates to achieve high-level professional objectives and assume leadership roles by acquiring up-to-date knowledge and advanced skills
  • Enable students to develop critical thinking skills and impart to them the values of lifelong learning.

CHAIRPERSON MESSAGE

The department of Islamic Studies is the backbone of The Emerson University with its unique features such as its different literary societies that enhance the literary and language skills of the students and introduces them to rich literature. Dramatic Society and Art & Culture society are working with the same mission. The department of Islamic Studies is the backbone of The Emerson University with its unique features such as its different literary societies that enhance the literary and language skills of the students and introduces them to rich literature. Dramatic Society and Art & Culture society are working with the same mission. The department of Islamic Studies is the backbone of The Emerson University with its unique features such as its different literary societies that enhance the literary and language skills of the students and introduces them to rich literature. Dramatic Society and Art & Culture society are working with the same mission.

Chairperson: Dr. Tayyaba Razzaq 

OUR FACULTY

Dr. Tayyaba Razzaq
HoD/ Assistant Professor
Postdoc (International Islamic University, Islamabad) & Ph.D. (University of the Punjab, Lahore)
Dr. Maria Ashraf Dogar (Presidential Award)
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Islamic Studies) from The Islamia University of Bahawalpur
Dr. Muhammad Saleem Awan
Associate Professor
Ph.D. (Islamic Studies)
Dr. Muhammad Rizwan Ahmad Jan
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Arabic)
Dr. Muhammad Farman Ali
Lecturer
Ph.D. (Islamic Studies) from Allama Iqbal Univwrsity Islamabad
Jawad Ashraf
Assistant Professor
M.A. (Islamic Studies)
Dr. Rukhshinda Jabeen
Visiting Lecturer
Ph.D. (Islamic Studies) from Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan
Tehmina Talib
Visiting Lecturer
M.Phil. (Islamic Studies) from The Woman University Multan
Rahat Jabeen
Visiting Lecturer
M.Phil. (Islamic Studies) from The Woman University Multan
Offered Program
  • BS Islamic Studies (4 Years)
  • BS Islamic Studies (2.5 Years)
Future Program
  • MS/ M.Phil. (Islamic Studies)
  • Ph.D. (Islamic Studies)
Administrative Staff
Teaching System

Flip Flop Class Room Model

Teaching System

Flip Flop Class Room Model

Facilities
Faculty