A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.
A Master in Islamic Finance is now an important degree due to the new Islamic institutions operating in more than 75 countries. It will provide the knowledge of Islamic finance processes such it’s moral, legal and regulatory frameworks. It will also teach how to comply with the Shariah laws.
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Islamic Finance represents new opportunities for finance in Morocco. Its development will enable the financial center of Casablanca to establish itself as a regional hub of choice for this industry. [+]
This programme of Master in Islamic Banking and Finance aims to produce graduates that are competent, possessing both in depth knowledge and a wide range of skills in Islamic Finance, banking and investment, making them capable of meeting the growing needs of industry, research and education in Malaysia and worldwide. [+]
The goal of Master studies entitled „Islamic Banking + 2“, which is carried out as a collaboration between the School of Economics and Business Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and University of Bolton (UK), is to acquire additional knowledge from the field of Islamic Banking and Finances. Studies are practice-oriented and have been intended for managers of all levels in... [+]
The Master of Science in Finance with a major in Islamic Finance is a comprehensive post-graduate program for people who are seeking a detailed understanding of the concepts and mechanisms of Islamic Finance, banking and insurance industries. [+]
The Masters in Islamic Finance Practice (MIFP) programme is a postgraduate course aimed at producing industry practitioners with global insight, holistic knowledge and cutting-edge expertise in Islamic Finance. [+]