Master’s degree

Master’s in Islamic Economics & Finance

The Master’s in Islamic Economics & Finance program encompasses two different components. Successful completion of the two components (total of 36 credit hours) courses and the Graduation Capstone entitles the candidate to earn a Master’s Degree in Islamic Economics & Finance.

The Graduation Capstone allows for three options: Exam, Professional Paper, or Thesis. The thesis option is designed for those students wishing to pursue a PhD in Islamic Finance.

You’ll learn how to:

Completion of the first year courses (18 credit hours) will result in an industrial qualification in Post Baccalaureate Certificate of Islamic Finance Professional.

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2 Years

Approximately

36

Total Credits

$125

Cost Per Credit

Online/Live

Format

Program Course List:

Post Baccalaureate Certificate of Islamic Finance Professional

Year One Courses (18 Credit Hours – Full Time)

 

First Semester
Course CodeCourse NameCr. Hrs.Pre-Requisites
MAEF610Research Methodology3None
MAEF620Islamic Economics3None
Second Semester
Course CodeCourse NameCr. Hrs.Pre-Requisites
MAEF630Islamic Finance Principles3None
MAEF640Accounting For Islamic Institutions 3None
Third Semester
Course CodeCourse NameCr. Hrs.Pre-Requisites
MAEF650Islamic Capital Market3None
MAEF660Islamic Financial Transactions I3None
 

Year Two Courses (18 Credit Hours – Full Time)

 

First Semester
Course CodeCourse NameCr. Hrs.Pre-Requisites
MAEF710Islamic Finance Contracts3None
MAEF720Islamic Financial Transactions II3MAEF660
Second Semester
Course CodeCourse NameCr. Hrs.Pre-Requisites
MAEF730Islamic Corporate Finance3None
MAEF740Islamic Banking3None
Third Semester
Course CodeCourse NameCr. Hrs.Pre-Requisites
MAEF750Risk Management in Islamic Institutions3None
MAEF760Islamic Portfolio Management3None
MAEF770Graduation CapstoneCompletion of All MAEF Courses

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