Part time Master's Degree in Islamic Finance

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Islamic Finance

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Large amounts of wealth are managed under Sharia regulations, but understanding the economics of these markets requires specialized knowledge. A program in Islamic finance often provides the information necessary to understand a given issue, such as capital investment or accounting.

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MScF in Islamic Finance

Geneva Business School (GBS)
Campus 18 months February 2018 Switzerland Geneva Spain Barcelona + 1 more

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 Master of Science in Finance (MSc.F) with a Major in Islamic Finance is designed to give you, as a future entrepreneur, the knowledge base, and skills to start your own successful businesses. The program provides an in-depth, practical education in business and management theories and principles. You will become an effective critical thinker and successfully identify business opportunities by effectively using analytical tools and problem-solving.

Over the course of this program you will:

Gain knowledge of global business topics and issues. Acquire expertise in the legalities of business startups. Obtain management, organizational, and strategic planning skills for the launch of new projects and business start-ups. Program ... [-]

Masters in Islamic Finance Practice

INCEIF The Global University of Islamic Finance
Campus or Online Part time January 2018 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

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. [+]

Nurturing Future Captains of the Islamic Finance Industry

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. It is accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) and is designed by renowned international thought leaders, academicians, and experts from both conventional and Shariah financial fields, ensuring that scholars graduate with a working knowledge of both disciplines.

The course modules cover a wide range of critical topics ranging from wealth management, banking and investment to financial services, ethics and governance. The programme will provide students with a comprehensive and practical understanding of Islamic economics, finance, and Shariah as well as the environment in which Islamic Finance players operate within.... [-]


Master of Islamic Finance and Banking

Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU)
Campus 16 months September 2018 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

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. [+]

Master of Islamic Banking and Finance

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. This programme is also to support the vision and ambition of the government of Malaysia to make Malaysia a centre of innovation and excellence in the Islamic financial world.

Admission Requirements

Bachelor’s degree with minimum CGPA of 2.50 or equivalent as acceptable by the Senate OR Bachelor’s degree or equivalent but for CGPA below 2.50; can be accepted provided that the candidates must have 5 years working experience in relevant field; Graduates of equivalent qualifications who have several years of relevant industry experience; Evidence of satisfactory English language skills is required for candidates where English is not their first language, such as IELTS 6.0 or above or TOEFL 550 or above. ... [-]

Masters in Islamic Financial Management (MIFM)

Effat University
Campus 4 years September 2018 Saudi Arabia Jeddah

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The MIFM is the first degree in Islamic financial management at KSA. It focuses on financial management and answers real needs apparent in the industry. It is the outcome of an innovative collaboration between Effat University and theEcole Supérieure des Affaires (ESA), a Middle East business school renowned for the training it offers in the principles of Islamic finance (The Bankers, 2007), and the Rotterdam School of Management (RSM), a business school ranked among the top 10 by the Wall Street International Ranking and internationally famous for the quality of its financial management programs. Effat University partnered with Shariyah Review Bureau (SRB) to secure its Shari’a Review services for its Masters Program in Islamic Finance. SRB is a Middle East based Supervisory orientated consulting firm with a scholarly presence in more than 7 countries from MENA and Asian region. SRB reviewed and meticulously studied the referential authenticity of the sources used to make up the program and validated the programs recognition in light of Shari’a standards issued by Accounting & Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutes (AAOIFI). The MIFM Philosophy The MIFM Program, embraces both Islamic and conventional finance. Islamic finance benefits from the insights and the excellent technical instruments developed by conventional finance; conventional finance enjoys a broader scope by recognizing and including the ethical underpinning of the Islamic finance industry. This view thus expands the potential of the field of finance and offers a clear strategic edge to firms that can modify their mindsets. In particular, MIFM offers... [-]