What Will Learn?
Advanced Islamic Economics is a course that focuses on the advanced concepts and principles of Islamic economics. It is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the principles and practices of Islamic economics and how they differ from conventional economics.
Some of the key principles of Islamic economics include the prohibition of riba (usury or interest), the promotion of justice and fairness, and the importance of sharing wealth and resources in a way that is equitable and beneficial to all members of society.
This module aims to look at the key concepts and ideas within the field of Islamic economics and how they relate to contemporary economic theory and practice. By beginning with an introduction to two major financial systems students will have a background against which they may develop a comparative understanding of the Islamic economic system. The module is a good starting point for those wishing to pursue further studies leading to a career in Islamic, economics, finance, or banking. The module will provide students with an adequate understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of the Islamic system and how it proposes to deal with contemporary issues. This is a 4-credit-hour course and allotted 6 weeks of time.
Advanced Islamic Economics
Do you know the difference between Islamic economics and the western economic systems of the world? If not, you can learn the difference by taking this course. Advanced Islamic Economics is a four-credit course that dives into the key concepts and ideas within Islamic economics and how they relate to contemporary economic theories and practices.
The course is a good starting point for students wishing to pursue a career in Islamic economics, finance, or banking. The course’s introduction discusses the two major financial systems of the world and compares them to the Islamic banking system. Most students probably have an understanding of these two major economic systems already. That is good because the comparative analysis will provide you with a better understanding of the Islamic financial system.
Advanced Islamic Economics is a required course of the Accelerated Ethereal Master in Islamic Finance and Banking Degree program at American International Theism University. The course will give you a better understanding of the Islamic system’s theoretical underpinnings and how to deal with contemporary financial issues. Many other universities teach their students about outdated financial issues, so you’ll get more benefit from our course by learning about modern and current issues.
Once you reach the end of the Advanced Islamic Economics course, you’ll be four credits closer to graduation. A Master’s Degree in Islamic Finance and Banking is what every employer expects their job applicants to have on their resumes. And since we provide accredited Master’s degrees, your employer can verify your degree’s value and legitimacy. That way, they can trust you as their next new employee.
You’ll have approximately six full weeks to finish the course. All of the classroom work and discussions are conducted 100% online. The professors have a background in Advanced Islamic Economics, which means they’re perfectly qualified to answer your questions throughout the course.
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