عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of the current research was to evaluate the degree of coherence and adaptation of the intended, implemented and acquired Islamic ethics curriculum in universities.The research method in the intended curriculum was content analysis, which matched the objectives of the Islamic ethics textbook (basics and concepts) with its upper objectives, i.e. the title approved by the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution. Descriptive method with observation technique was used in the implemented curriculum and the teaching quality of professors was matched with the prepared checklist.In the obtained curriculum, phenomenology was used with undergraduate students of Qom University, Farabi Campus and Qom University of Technology. To validate the findings, the obtained information and results were sent to the participants, who confirmed the accuracy of the output text.The results of the research showed that although there is an acceptable correspondence between the upstream goals and the intended goals of the book of Islamic ethics (basics and concepts), things such as freedom and discretion, the role of belief and action in the development of individual character and ethics have been forgotten.In the context of the implemented and experienced curriculum, it was also found that the professors taught the content of the book in a problem-oriented, practical and comprehensible manner in the class and shared it, which indicates the appropriateness and success.In the acquired curriculum, interesting and attractive lessons have been provided for students and their morals.