TRAINING COURSE

Definition:

 

MA Islamic Finance and Banking is one of the programs designed and run for Al-Mustafa Universitys students. Students learn relevant course units and over successful completion of the program they are conferred MA Islamic Finance and Banking.

 

Programs General objectives:

 

  • Instructing lecturers in the field of Islamic Finance and Banking

  • Instructing researchers in the field of Islamic Finance and Banking

  • Preparing distinct students to enter doctoral programs

  • Instructing experts who can improve monetary issues of the Muslims

  • Instructing experts with the skills to apply Islamic banking in top managerial levels

  • Developing students skills in conducting Islamic banking, accounting, administrative issues and formulating effective Islamic financial contracts

  • Developing students skills in monetary issues so that they can help procure required finances based on Islamic financial contracts

  • Developing Islamic banking

  • Directing Islamic banking in Islamic countries based on Islamic structures

 

Educational goals and policies

 

  • Encouraging research-based studies

  • Analytical learning of monetary issues and Islamic banking

  • Developing students academic skills, e.g. writing, teaching and translating within the field of financial issues and Islamic banking

  • Developing students skills in one of the fields within financial and Islamic banking

 

Admission:

 

Applicants with Economics background can apply for the program.

Note: applicants with other backgrounds can apply for MA Islamic Finance and banking; however, they need to pass pre-requisite course units before starting the program.

 

Program structure and duration:

 

  • Total credits in this program are 64 presented in 8 semesters

  • The course units are presented in 5 semesters and two semesters are allocated for the dissertation

  • Students are required to present a dissertation calculated as 4 credits at the end of the program

  • Each theoretical credit is 16 hours and each practical one is 32 hours

 

 

 

Course unit structure:

 

No.

Course title

credit

1

Seminary

32

2

Specialized

28

3

Dissertation

4

Total

64

 

Note: Arabic language and applied economic measurement are calculated as 2 credits and Mathematics for Economics is calculated as 4 credits; in total there are 10 pre-requisite credits. However, they are not calculated towards the final marks.

 

Importance and Necessity:

 

Basically, the Humanities in every society is affected by social, cultural aspects and values of that given society. Therefore, we need to try to formulate the Humanities programs based on Islamic approaches. In order to change economic issues based on Islamic economics and Islamic banking we need to have the knowledge of Islamic banking and we need to design and run a proper program. Moreover, administrating Islamic banking is feasible only through teaching Islamic banking within educational system.  

 

a. General course units

No.

Course unit title

Credit

Hours

Pre-requisite

Total

Theoretical

Practical

 

1

Jurisprudence (1)

3

48

48

-

 

2

Jurisprudence (2)

2

32

32

-

Jurisprudence (1)

3

Jurisprudence (3)

2

32

32

-

Jurisprudence (2)

4

Principles of Islamic Laws

3

48

48

-

 

5

Comparative Theology (1)

2

32

32

-

 

6

Comparative Theology (2)

2

32

32

-

Comparative Theology (1)

7

Islamic Philosophy (1)

2

32

32

-

 

8

Islamic Philosophy (2)

2

32

32

-

Islamic Philosophy (1)

9

Islamic Philosophy (3)

2

32

32

-

Islamic Philosophy (2)

Total

20

320

320

-

 

 

b. Seminary Specialized course units

No.

Course unit title

Credit

Hours

Pre-requisite

Total

Theoretical

Practical

 

1

Philosophy of Islamic economics

2

32

32

-

 

2

Trade Jurisprudence (1)

2

32

32

-

 

3

Trade Jurisprudence (2)

2

32

32

-

 

4

Economics according to the Quran and Hadith (1)

2

32

32

-

 

5

Economics according to the Quran and Hadith (2)

2

32

32

-

 

6

Economics according to the Quran and Hadith (3)

2

32

32

-

 

Total

12

192

192

-

 

 

c. Specialized course units

No.

Course unit title

Credit

Hours

Pre-requisite

Total

Theoretical

Practical

1

Micro-economics

4

64

64

-

 

2

Macro-economics

4

64

64

-

 

3

Principles of monetary, financial issues and Islamic banking

2

32

32

-

Micro-economics

4

Principles of Islamic banking

2

32

32

-

Principles of monetary, financial issues and Islamic banking

5

Banking services in Islamic banking

2

32

32

-

Principles of Islamic banking

6

Islamic banking models

2

32

32

-

Principles of monetary, financial issues and Islamic banking

 

7

Assessing models of Islamic banking

2

32

32

-

Micro-economics

8

Central Bank and monetary policies in Islamic banking

2

32

32

-

Principles of monetary, financial issues and Islamic banking

9

Financial tools (1) (non-derivatives)

2

32

32

-

Principles of monetary, financial issues and Islamic banking

10

Financial tools (2) (derivatives)

 

2

32

32

-

Financial tools (1) (non-derivatives)

11

Non-banks financial mediums

2

32

32

-

Financial tools (1&2)

12

Elective issues in Islamic financing

2

32

32

-

 

13

Dissertation

4

128

-

128

 

Total

32

578

448

128

 

 

d. Pre-requisite course units

No.

Course unit title

Credit

Hours

Pre-requisite

Total

Theoretical

Practical

1

Advanced English language

2

32

32

-

 

2

Advanced Arabic language

2

32

32

-

 

3

Applied economic measurement

2

32

32

-

 

4

Mathematics for economics

4

64

64

-

 

Total

10

160

160

 

 

 

 




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