All courses take place over the entire semester (January 22 through May 16), regardless of the format in which they are offered and when face-to-face instruction and/or online class meetings occur.
Semester Start: Monday, January 22, 2018
Semester End: Friday, May 11, 2018
Final Exams: May 14-16, 2018
Bayan students may take courses that fulfill requirements from Bayan, CST, AJRCA, and the University of the West. Register in the Student Portal for Bayan and CST courses, and contact other schools’ registrars for enrollment instructions. Make note of the Add/Drop deadline and refund schedule of the respective institutions.
On-Campus Courses (weekly class meetings on campus)
|Islamic Law and Legal Theory (BES3021)||Hamid Mavani||Tue 6:30-9:20pm (Craig)|
|Global Islamic Movements (BTH3052)||Ozgur Koca||Tue 8:30-11:20am (Craig)|
Fully Online Courses (no face-to-face class meetings)
These courses feature a combination of “asynchronous” (independent online work) and “synchronous” (scheduled live online meetings) learning.
|Intermediate Arabic 2B (BMU3010)||Elijah Reynolds||Online Meetings:
Mon & Wed, 5:00-6:30pm PT (except Feb. 11-17 and holidays)
|The Qur’an: Collection, Composition and Teachings (BTS3000)||Joseph Lumbard||Online Meetings TBA|
|Bayan Integrative Seminar I – M.A. thesis/project (BIS3161)||Munir Shaikh||5 Online Meetings TBA|
Hybrid Intensive Courses
These courses feature a combination of intensive face-to-face meetings on campus, plus live online meetings, plus independent online work.
Note the following schedule, which includes required activities in addition to the indicated class session timings.
|Date||Hybrid Program Activity|
|Dec. 18 (Mon)||Begin course readings for Week 0 hybrid-intensive courses only|
|Jan. 13 (Sat)||Students in Week 0 courses arrive for program / Welcome Dinner|
|Jan. 14-19 (Sun-Fri)||Week 0: Daily class sessions (morning & afternoon) – see below|
|Jan. 20 (Sat)||Students in Week 0 courses depart|
|Jan. 22 (Mon)||Begin course readings for Week 4 hybrid-intensive courses,
as well as on-campus and fully online courses
|Feb. 10 (Sat)||Students in Week 4 courses arrive for program / Welcome Dinner|
|Feb. 11-13 (Sun-Tues)||3 full-day classes for Preaching & Public Presentation of Islam course|
|Feb. 14-16 (Wed-Fri)||3 full-day classes for Islamic Theology & Philosophy course|
|Feb. 17 (Sat)||Luncheon Cruise for Faculty and Students in Week 4 courses|
|Feb. 19 – May 11||Complete course assignments and readings per syllabi|
|May 14-16||Complete final exams/papers|
Face-to-face sessions in Week Zero (Jan. 14-19):
|Islam and Liberal Citizenship||Mohammad Fadel||Sun-Fri 8:00AM – 1:00PM|
|Chaplaincy in Contexts||Ingrid Mattson||Sun-Fri 2:00PM – 7:00PM|
|On Friday, Jan. 19, the timings for the above 2 courses will be swapped: Dr. Mattson will teach in the morning slot, and Dr. Fadel will teach in the afternoon slot.|
Face-to-face sessions in Week 4 (Feb. 11-16):
|Preaching and Public Presentation of Islam
Guest presenters include Dalia Mogahed, Mehdi Hasan,
Sh. Omar Suleiman, and Tariq Aquil
|Jihad Turk||Sun-Tue 8:00AM – 7:00PM|
|Curriculum Design, Development and Integration||Karima Alavi||Sun-Tue 8:00AM – 7:00PM|
|Islamic Theology and Philosophy||Asad Ahmed||Wed-Fri 8:00AM – 7:00PM|
Enrolling in our Hybrid Intensive courses as a Community Member (Continuing Education)
If you are thinking about enrolling in a degree program at Bayan in the future and want to take a course that will count for the program at that time, you should take the course for credit instead of continuing education, at the full tuition rate of $880/unit ($2,640 per 3-unit course). To do so, you must be admitted to the school as a non-degree-seeking student through an application process before the start of the semester. Contact email@example.com for further information and application deadlines.