WHAT YOU
WILL LEARN

  • A strong foundation of Islamic Banking and Finance.
  • The difference between Islamic Finance and conventional finance.
  • Practical implementation of different Islamic modes of finance in the industry.
  • An understanding of the Islamic Finance Theory.
  • How to evaluate the nature and scope of the Islamic Finance Industry.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Learn what makes Islamic Finance different.

Continuing Education in Islamic Banking is a professional certificate program that will develop essential skills of students to help them understand the core concepts of Islamic banking services. By studying the asset and liability side of Islamic banks worldwide, students will learn how to practically implement Islamic finance theory through practice and evaluation.

The program will help students master and enhance their financial skills that are required to work professionally in the Islamic banking and finance industry. The professional certificate will give students the opportunity to work in the national as well as international banking sector and other Islamic financial institutions. The coursework of this program is designed to prepare students to address the ongoing challenges faced in the Islamic finance industry.

A career in Islamic Banking is secure and brings various employment opportunities since it is one of the fastest growing fields in the country, and will continue to be for many years.

PLAN OF STUDY FOR
CONTINUING EDUCATION (CE):

Expert instruction

4 skill-building courses

LIVE OLINE CLASSES

4 SKILL-BUILDING MODULES

3-6 hours per week

MODULES IN THIS PROGRAM


Students will develop their foundational concepts and skills in this course to understand the theory of Islamic Banking and its core financial concepts.
This course covers the two primary participatory products used in Islamic banks known as Musharaka partnership and Mudaraba partnership. Students will also learn about the profit distribution mechanism of Islamic banks in this course.
Students will learn the core concepts of trade products in Islamic banking that include Murabaha financing, Salam financing and Istisna'a financing. In a rental based Islamic financial product, students will learn Ijara - an alternative to conventional lease.
This course will introduce students to the Islamic laws of a contract and teach them how to evaluate different types of financial contracts used in Islamic banks.

JOB OUTLOOK

Growing Muslim populations in the world has created an ongoing demand for professional Islamic Banking services by various financial institutions not only in Pakistan but also globally. The national and international banking sectors have evolved according to it, making the demand for Islamic Banking professionals accelerate in the last decade.

Following are some career opportunities in the Islamic finance industry:

  • Shariah Compliance Officer
  • Internal Shariah Auditor
  • Shariah Analyst

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