The program provides students with strong knowledge in Islamic Banking, Islamic financial Jurisprudence and commercial and banking law and to prepare them for employment in the Islamic Financial Services sector.

The curriculum of Islamic Banking & Finance is composed of 131 credit hours which are divided into; university requirements (11 credit hours); general education requirements (30 credit hours); college requirements (42 credits); major requirements (30 credit hours) and minor requirements (18 credit hours).

  • Demonstrate an in depth understanding of major issues, theories and practice in Islamic Banking and Finance and Banking Law as well as the different functional areas of business with a considerable emphasis on decision makings and other aspect of business in the current competitive environment.
  • Recognize the importance of skills required to compete in today’s market equipped with a solid business foundation along with communication and analytical skills which will enable them to establish successful careers in the Islamic banking and finance profession.
  • Develop transferrable and practical skills to pursue continuing professional development and post graduate research/studies as required.
  • Contribute positively to society through responsive and ethical practice within the Islamic banking and finance profession.
  1. Develop knowledge of core functional areas of business and an understanding of their interconnections with a focus on Islamic Banking and Finance and Banking Law.
  2. Demonstrate understanding of how business operates in global and multicultural environment.
  3. Apply critical and reflective thinking skills and use analytical tools to evaluate information, solve problems, and make sound decisions.
  4. Communicate effectively orally and in writing using appropriate technologies
  5. Operate effectively in a variety of team roles and take leadership roles, where appropriate.
  6. Learn to manage learning tasks independently, professionally and ethically.