The Faculty of Law at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (herein after referred to as UKM) has always aspired to produce law graduates who are able to serve both the civil as well as the shariah legal fraternities. The shariah legal industry was equally critical on these new law graduates as the quality of new shariah lawyers came under scrutiny. Such developments have further driven the Law Faculty of UKM to further improve the teaching and learning aspects of these shariah courses. This has of course triggered a revamp in the teaching and learning of the course of Muamalat at the Law Faculty. The aim of this paper is to explain the importance of diversified teaching method in Muamalat Courses. Survey method were adopted in analysing the effectiveness of the diversified method. The findings of the surveys showed that diversified method is relevant in teaching and learning Muamalat combining lectures, tutorials as well as Muamalat Interactive Game (MIG) in ensuring the understanding of the muamalat principles to the students.