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1 INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA Senate endorsement ref.: Senate endorsement date: Version no: Version effective date: COURSE OUTLINE With Reading List and Rubrics 1. Course Title : Criminal Law II 2. Course Code : LAW 2311 3. Credit Value : 3 4. MQF Level : 6 5. Affected Batch : Intake 2020/2021 onwards 6. Centre of Studies : Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws 7. Department/Unit : Civil Law Department 8. Course Synopsis : This course concentrates on elements of criminal offences, their application and interpretation based on the provisions of the Penal Code. A comparative approach of the law of crimes in Malaysia, Singapore and England will be adopted. This course will not cover the Islamic perspectives as it will be dealt with in Islamic Criminal Law paper. Topics include inchoate crimes, non-fatal and fatal offences against persons, offences against liberty, rape and offences against property. 9. Course Classification within the Curriculum: Core 10. Prerequisite(s) (if any): 11. Course Learning Outcomes No. Outcomes Bloom’s Taxonomy Soft skills (KI) Programme Outcomes (PO) C A P 1 To apply relevant principles of criminal law to real-life situations 3 2 5 CS3, CT3, LL2, C3, P4, A2 1, 2, 4, 8, 9
2 2 To identify issues and problems, critically analyze them, and decide on appropriate actions 4 3 CT3, LL2, C3, P4, A3 1, 2, 5, 7, 9 3 To demonstrate skills to do research on any current issues related to criminal law by using the best tools available including technology 3 CS3, CT3, LL2, EM2, C3, P4, A3 1, 2, 3, 8 Additional Mapping for Professional Programmes (e.g. Engineering) Outcomes Complex Problem Complex Analysis Knowledge Profile 12. LO - Instruction Method - Assessment Alignment: Outcomes Teaching-Learning Methods Assessment Methods LO1 Lecture Oral test, Problem-based activity & Final Examination LO2 Tutorial Oral test, Problem-based activity & Final Examination 13. Assessment Methods Weightage: Methods Percentage PBL Assignments 35 Mid-Semester Oral Test 20 Class Discussion & Participation 5 Final examination 40 TOTAL 100 14. Student Learning Time: 1. Instruction Component Total Allocated Hours 1.1. Teacher-oriented methods Lectures, Tutorials 28 1.2. Student-oriented methods Written assignments, oral presentations, class discussions 14 Total Instructor Contact Hours: 42 2. Independent Learning Component Total Estimated Hours 2.1. Reading and revision Preparations for lectures, Tutorials, Consultation 42 2.2. Estimated hours for preparation toward assessments Written assignment 10 Oral presentation 4 Class discussions 3 Mid-Term Test 5 Final Examination 10
3 Total independent learning 74 3. Assessment Outside Instruction Hours Total Allocated Hours Mid-Term Test Final Examination 1.5 2.5 Total Assessment outside instruction hours 4 TOTAL SLT 120 15. Course Contents and Related SLT: Weeks Topics SLT Task/Reading 1 Attempt & Impossible Attempt Attempt is the third stage in the commission of an offence after intention and preparation. Except in a few situations, these two stages do not give rise to any criminal liability. As such it becomes important to distinguish between preparation and

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