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This course utilizes a custom-made reading curriculum meant specifically for Access 1 and 2 graduates. Get ready to experience reading Arabic texts, without translation and harakats, in its original form, Insh'Allah.

  • Intro to reading Arabic texts,  starting with famous texts like Stories from the Prophets.
  • Guided training on reading all Arabic Tafseers in it's original form. 
  • We take passages that contain some of the most repeated words and translate those first, allowing you to build your vocabulary and apply it to large portions of the Quran.
  • We learn the method of translating- a very important and useful skill in Quran comprehension.
  • Finally, we discuss reflections others have had about the Quran and get introduced to reading Arabic text!

Class Start Date: Feb 13th, 2017

Class End Date: May 4th, 2017

Lecture Timings: Morning, Afternoon, Evening


The tuition for this course course which is over 70 hours of live instruction is $695.

We do offer a 3-month payment plan for your convenience.


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 Basim Muhammad was born in the US to Palestinian parents. He was raised in Memphis, TN where he graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Economics. 

While studying, he attended a Divine Speech seminar conducted by Ustadh Nouman which piqued his interest in Classical Arabic studies. For the next 5 years, he would take advantage of any resources he could find to learn the language before enrolling in the Dream Program in 2015. 

Ustadh Basim is currently the Lead TA, Administrator, and an Instructor for Bayyinah's Access Program. He also continues to pursue higher Arabic studies, with a special interest in pre-Islamic literature.

Aarij Anwer has been learning, teaching and developing Arabic curricula for the last 7 years. He holds degrees in Computer Science, Education and Fiqh.

In the past, he served as the K-12 curriculum lead at Bayyinah publishing the Arabic With Husna for Schools series, has worked in a tech startup and taught in public and Islamic schools.

Based in Toronto, he serves as one of the Imams at Masjid Khalid and IMO Masjid in Toronto, an instructor for Ilmster Seminars and an instructor for Access at Bayyinah.

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  • Access Certified Instructors providing you a top-notch education
  • Access Certified Mentors guiding you step by step
  • After fully completing this course, if you do not feel significantly closer to the Quran, we will give you a full refund. 
What is the course tuition? Is there a payment plan?
The course tuition is $695, you will have the option to pay it all at once, or in 3 equal installments of $231.66. The course tuition includes all course materials.
 What is the course schedule and hours?
Class Start Date: Feb 13th, 2017
Class End Date: May 4th, 2017
Lecture Timings: Morning, Afternoon, Evening
 How much Arabic do I need to know to take this course?
Access 3 is meant for those who have a firm grasp of the concepts covered in Access 1&2. In terms of grammar, the student should be confident in differentiating between verb and noun sentences as well as possessing familiarity with performing basic grammatical analysis (irab) and identifying more complex structures like embedded sentences and ism mawsool fragments. When it comes to sarf, knowledge of both regular and irregular mazeed feehi and mujarrad fi’ls are considered requisite knowledge for the course.
 What if I am unable to attend the discussion session?
We encourage students to make every effort to attend class, however we understand that sometimes circumstances do not permit this. Please inform your Instructor 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. 
 What are the expectations for this class?
Students should have a solid grasp on all that was covered in Access 1 and 2 including irregular sarf and advanced Nahwu, or have a strong Arabic background.

Students are encouraged to dedicate 30-40 minutes of focused reading outside of each class. Assignments consist of reading and translating Quran and basic Arabic texts with harakat.
 What can I do to prepare before class starts?
Access students can use their materials from the previous course to prepare for Access 3. Students should brush up on the irregular sarf and advanced nahwu topics.
  What class materials do I need for this class?
The course tuition will cover all the class textbooks and exercise books. Students should have any note taking materials they need. Online students should have a reliable high speed internet connection, a computer, laptop or tablet.
 If I take the class online, will I be able to ask questions during class?
Yes, our customized virtual classroom equips students with the ability to ask questions in the Q&A section of the class.
 How many hours do I need to study outside of class?
We recommend that students should spend at least an hour at home for each day of class to review notes and complete the homework. Coursework consists of reading and translating Quran and basic Arabic texts. Completion time varies by student but we recommend setting aside at least 1 hour per class assignments.
 What if I start the class and then decide it’s not for me?
Pre-course start refund requests will be accepted if received before the second session of class. If student has filled out their information in the shipment details portion of the student portal, a refund will be processed only after return of the books to the Bayyinah office. 

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At Bayyinah we strive to ensure that the courses we provide are beneficial for all of our students. At the end of this course it is our sincere goal that you learn more about the Quran than you knew before, and you gain a deeper appreciation for the beauty, eloquence and nuances of Allah’s Divine Book. We will make every reasonable effort required on our part to achieve this goal.

In turn, we recognize that students must also put in the required effort to achieve their success. We ask that you put forth the very best of your efforts to complete the course in full. Upon completion of the course, if you find that you did not benefit from this experience, then you may request a full refund during the last week of the class (from May 4th 2017 to May 11th, 2017 at 11:59PM CST).

Please note that once the course begins requests for refunds will not be entertained outside of the time frame stated above.
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