Adjunct Faculty

Dividing his time between Texas and Alabama, Dr. Muhammad N. Haq brings more than 32 years of experience in Islamic Studies, the study of comparative world religions, Islamic theology, and Quran Exegesis. Additionally, Dr. Haq is a regular contributor of the Faith Page of the Anniston Star.



  • Ph.D. Christian Muslim Relations: Contemporary Issues- University, Islamabad, Pakistan
  • Masters, Islam and World Religions – International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan
  • B.A. (Hons), Islamic Studies- International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan


  • Adjunct Professor, Comparative Cultural Studies/ Religious Studies Department, -University of Houston, Houston TX
  • Professor, Jacksonville State University of Alabama – Jacksonville, AL
  • Professor, American Society of Islamic Awareness – Webster Texas
  • Director Religious Studies Department Iqra Math and Science Academy – Anniston AL
  • Adjunct Professor- International Islamic University Islamabad-Islamabad, Pakistan


  • “The Doctrine of Atonement and Crucifixion, A comparative study of Islam and Christianity” (Arabic) o Al-Qalam. Institute of Islamic Studies. University of the Punjab, Pakistan, Vol.5, pages 161-181, 1990
  • “Jabir bin Hayyan, His contribution in the development of chemical science” Dawah, International Islamic University Pakistan. Vol. 10, pages 65-70, 1997 
  • Eid-ul Adha: Going with local moon sighting or with Hajj schedule? The Message New York

Professional Affiliations

  • President of the Board of Directors, American Society of Islamic Awareness 
  • Member American Academy of Religion 
  • Member Board of Advisors, Interfaith Ministry of Calhoun County Anniston Alabama 
  • Board of Iqra, Math and Science Academy Anniston, Alabama