For your convenience we do offer a payment plan option.
We are humbled to offer that if you are not 100% satisfied after completing this course, and do not feel more connected to the Quran, then we will give you a complete refund.
No questions asked.
Wasif Ali Khan
Wasif Khan was born in Doha, Qatar and moved to the United States at the tender age of two. Being the youngest of four siblings, he was always motivated to excel in his studies. His keen interest in the Book of Allah led him to begin memorizing the Qur’an at a very young age.
In 2010, Wasif enrolled in Bayyinah's Dream Program where he was among the top graduates of its first year. He then obtained his degree in Business Management and went on to work as a marketing professional for a Fortune 100 company. While working full-time, Wasif taught a 1-year Quranic Arabic Program for Islamic Learning Foundation in Chicago.
In 2014 Wasif graduated from Qalam Institute’s 1-year Islamic Seminary program directly under the tutelage of Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda.
After completing his Islamic studies, Wasif has dedicated himself to teaching Quranic Arabic. He has developed a curriculum custom-tailored for part time learners. Currently he teaches and serves as the program director for Bayyinah's Access and 10-Day Arabic Programs. Since 2014 he has taught Quranic Arabic to well over 4,000 students. The Access program is particularly special to Wasif as he is a student of the program himself and after seeing the impact it had on his understanding, has worked to offer it to as many students as possible!
Ustadha Fuseina Mohamad
Fuseina Mohamad was born in Seattle to Ghanaian parents. She was raised in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and returned to the United States to complete higher education. She obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Iowa and a Master’s in Information Systems from Illinois State University.
She has always had a deep interest in understanding the Qur’an and took the opportunity to enroll in Bayyinah’s Dream Program. She graduated among the top students of Dream 2012. After graduating from the Dream program, Fuseina took on the responsibility of heading Bayyinah’s first Access Program and creating Bayyinah’s first custom tailored curriculum for part-time learners. She also started Bayyinah’s first continuing education program for graduates of the Dream and Access programs as well as, the first 10-Day Fundamentals of Classical Arabic courses for sisters only.
Alongside teaching, Sister Fuseina has continued higher Arabic studies while also pursuing hifdh of Quran and Tajweed studies. In 2015 Sister Fuseina graduated from Qalam Institute’s 1-year Islamic Seminary program directly under the tutelage of Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda.
Ustadh Junaid Ali
Junaid Ali grew up in Chennai, India and moved to Canada at the age of 14. With his mother's motivation and guidance, he memorized the Quran after high school at the age of 18. Alongside memorization of the Quran, he pursued Arabic studied and later went on to teaching it at Al-Manarat Academy in Mississauga, Toronto.
He has always been inspired by the beauty of the Quran and enjoyed delving deeper within it to discover its gems. This passion led him to join Bayyinah's Dream Program and graduate among the top of his class. He has been learning and teaching Arabic since 2012 and has successfully taught Access 1 and Access 2 courses. He is currently completing his Bachelor's Degree in Biology, Linguistics and Professional Writing from University of Toronto. He is an instructor for Bayyinah Institute and AlManarat Heights Private School.
What is the course schedule? When does the class begin?
The course will begin on Jan 30, 2017. The first month, classes will be 4 days a week. (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday). After the first month classes will be only 3 Days a week (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday). There will be a total of 56 sessions.
What are the class timings?
We have 3 class-timings available to choose from for your convenience.
Additionally, tutoring is available at 10 different timings throughout the day!
NOTE: If you are not able to make any of the live class timings mentioned above, we recommend students to watch the recordings of the class session and join live for the tutoring sessions which are available throughout the day
What if I start the course and I am not able to keep up? Or I simply do not have time?
You will have access to the recordings and all class material. In fact you'll have access to this for at least one year after the course ends.
How many hours do I need to study outside of class?
We recommend students to spend 30 minutes for each day of class to review notes and complete the homework.
How much Arabic do I need to know to take this course?
This course is designed for beginners who have no background in Arabic grammar. We only require that students have the ability to read Quran in Arabic, even if it is at a slow pace.
The course tuition will cover all the class textbooks and exercise books. In fact, the welcome packet which includes course material and other Bayyinah Gear will be mailed directly to the students home. Students should have a reliable high speed internet connection, and a computer or laptop.
What is the course tuition? Is there a payment plan?
The course tuition is $697. The course tuition includes all course materials and textbooks. A payment plan of $232.33/mo is available. Payment options are available to students upon registration for the class.
What if I take the class and then decide it's not for me? Is there a refund policy?
We are humbled to offer that if you are not 100% satisfied after completing this course and do not feel more connected to the Quran, then we will give you a complete refund. No questions asked.
Can one registration be used by two or more people?
In order to receive two sets of course materials including textbooks and be registered as two people, you will need to place two orders.
Will students receive certificates upon completion?
Students that have a passing average for their assignments will receive a ‘Certificate of Graduation’.
Students that do not meet the graduation criteria but do complete the course will still receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’.
Is this course offered to those outside of the US?
The course is offered to anyone with an Internet connection regardless of where you live. We have had students from over 70 countries as we provide suitable timings for a range of timezones.
What if I have to miss class?
We encourage students to make every effort to attend class, however we understand that sometimes circumstances do not permit this. Please inform your Tutor as soon as you know you will be missing a class, or soon after you are absent. Be sure to review the class recordings for that day and read the notes, as well as attempt the homework. If needed, arrange some extra time with your Access Tutor to review material that was missed.
Are there scholarships offered for the course?
We offer limited scholarships per year to qualified students. Please direct all scholarship requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How is the Access Course different from Arabic with Husna on Bayyinah TV?
1) Access provides a more structured approach with 4 set classes per week and weekly homework assignments and assessments.
2) You will be provided with a Tutor who will serve as your mentor for the duration of the course and lead discussion sessions where you can ask any questions you have and review what was covered in class.
3) You will receive a welcome packet that will contain your textbooks, workbooks, and exclusive Bayyinah gear.
4) Access Online is the first of 3 courses that make up the Access Series that will lead you to a high level of Quranic Arabic understanding and is equivalent to our full time Quranic Arabic Curriculum offered at the Dream Program.
5) Access classes are LIVE and you will also be provided with all class recordings.
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