MBA Islamic Banking

General

Program Description

The Islamic Banking concentration will provide you with a detailed understanding of Islamic financial operations, financial markets, laws and regulations, institutions, and financial products. The program examines Shari’ah as the framework of Islamic law, and how it shapes practices in the banking and financial system and provides an in-depth understanding of banking and financial practices based on the Islamic transaction principles of Fiqh Al Muamalat. Following the international Islamic accounting and audit framework, the program teaches the fundamental principles and standard practices followed in the Islamic banking and finance industry.

  • We offer an education based on the Canadian curriculum, giving us internationally recognized quality and credibility.
  • As a portal to Canadian Higher Education, we offer many unique options for students wishing to study or research in Canada.
  • All of our programs are accredited by the UAE Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MOHESR).
  • We have a convenient downtown location with state of the art academic and recreational facilities.
  • We offer flexible schedules ‒ evening and weekend classes are available for undergraduate and graduate programs.
  • We have a truly multicultural learning environment, with students from 100 nationalities.
  • A student visa is provided to full-time students.

Start Dates

Fall, Spring, and Summer

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Last updated Dec 2017

About the School

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