Fiqh has 4 levels:
- Level 1 Introductory: It is directed to the age of 6 years or beginners in learning jurisprudence, it includes general things in Islam, veneration of the Noble Qur’an, the Prophet’s biography, dealing with others, the jurisprudence of prayer, honoring one’s parents, and etiquettes for defecation.
- Level 2 Beginner: It focuses on purity rules, hygiene, the validity of ablution conditions, washing and tayammum, prayer various rules and its validity, and dealing with people etiquette.
- Level 3 Intermediate: It focuses on ṭahāra(purity) rules, types of water, ablution, ghusl, tayammum, prayer pillars, the call to prayer, and the Sunnah; the student ends up studying funeral prayer rules.
- Level 4 Advanced: A student studies Al-Azhar curricula, the 4 well-known opinions of jurisprudence: Al-Maliki, Hanafi, Shafi’i and Hanbali, the jurisprudence of felonies and personal statuses, jurisprudence origins, deducing rules and considered sources in Islamic jurisprudence, deriving evidence and applying it in life situations.