tawheed center’s


a program for the inquiring mind 

details of the program

This is a year long course is designed to cater towards high school and college students, particularly (but not limited to) those who have memorized the Qur’an, who wish to begin a serious study of the Sacred Sciences alongside secular education without falling behind in either of the two. While the workload is kept at a minimum in order to not overburden the student, effort is required. For more information, contact: Hafiz Amin | haqain@aol.com

Amin ul-Haq

was born and raised in Michigan, where he completed memorizing the Holy Qur’an at the age of thirteen. Thereafter, he travelled to South Africa in order to further study the traditional Islamic sciences at the world- renowned institute, Darul Uloom Zakariyya. He graduated in 2009 at the top of his class, and has been serving the local community ever since.


First Trimester

  • Ascent to Felicity
  • (Creed and Purity)
  • The Beginning of Guidance
  • (Part 1 – On Obedience)
  • Fundamentals of Classical Arabic
  • (Lessons 1-8)

Second Trimester

  • Ascent to Felicity
  • (Prayer)
  • The Beginning of Guidance
  • (Part 2 – On Refraining from Disobedience)
  • Fundamentals of Classical Arabic
  • (Lessons 9-16)

Third Trimester

  • Ascent to Felicity
  • (Fasting – Zakah – Hajj)
  • The Beginning of Guidance
  • (Part 3 – Etiquettes)
  • Ten Lessons of Arabic Reflections of Pearls**


Ascent to Felicity – This text was written by the famous Egyptian Azhari scholar, Abu al-Ikhlas al-Shurunbulali, in which he explains the practical rulings regarding the outer dimensions of a Muslim’s worship according to the Hanafi school of jurisprudence (fiqh). These rulings are relevant and applicable, and it is necessary for every Muslim to know them.

The Beginning of Guidance – Written by the world-renowned Imam Abu Hamid al-Ghazali, this book addresses the inner dimensions of a Muslim’s worship. The author wrote this book as a summary of his famous magnum opus, the Ihya Uloom al-Din.

Fundamentals of Classical Arabic – The author of this book, Shaykh Husain Abdul Sattar, is a hidden gem of our age. In this book, he explains complex concepts of Arabic verb conjugations in simple terms. His lectures may be found at www.sacredlearning.org.

Ten Lessons of Arabic – This book is Mawlana Amir Bashir’s translation of Mawlana ‘Abd al-Salam Kidwai Nadvi’s Das Sabaq, a primer on Arabic grammar. The translator himself recommends that it be taught alongside Fundamentals of Classical Arabic in order to attain a well-rounded understanding of the Arabic language. His works may be found at ilmresources.wordpress.com.


Classes will take place at Tawheed Center,  Saturdays 12pm– 2pm. The academic year will be broken down into three trimesters (as shown above), each culminating with a test in order to assess the student’s progression.

Classes will not take place on national holidays, nor the weeks of Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha.

* Textbooks will not be provided.
** This book will be taught on a weekly basis throughout the year.