Executive Diploma in Islamic Finance
Executive Diploma in Islamic Finance online course gives an overview of world Islamic finance with deep learning understanding. At the end of the course, the students will have good theoretical and practical knowledge of principles of Islamic finance. The student will develop strong foundation for further studies in Islamic finance. The student will be introduced to the Islamic financial instruments, techniques, understanding of Islamic financial markets.
– The principles of Islamic finance
– History of Islamic finance and introduction to the industry
– Islamic financial instruments
– Introduction to Islamic banking
– Islamic capital market
– Islamic insurance (Takaful) and re-insurance (retakaful)
– Corporate governance for IFI
– Risk management in IFI
– Islamic Accounting and financial reporting
|Program||Diploma in Islamic Finance|
|For Whom||Anyone who wanted to know about Islamic finance at an intermediate level and start a career or academic program in the field of Islamic Finance|
|Study Mode||Distance learning (Online)|
|Duration||Duration 3 – 9 months
Students need to cover 90 hours of study material.
|Prerequisite||Good knowledge of English|
|Program intake||Though out the year except Ramadan and Hajj festivals|
|Learning materials||Animated videos, reading materials, Case studies and weekly live Q & A with instructors|
|Assessment||Students need to complete the end of chapter questions and assignments.|
|Award||Diploma in Islamic Finance|
Students can select either
US$ 300 IIISEF/GSBE
US$ 500 AITU
* Limited number of scholarships available for this course. Contact the admission department.
IF 201 The principles of Islamic Finance (3 Credits)
This module explains the basics of Islamic finance, economics, law, industry and history. At the end of the course you will be able explain
What is Islamic finance?
What are the principles governed by Islamic finance
The history of Islamic finance
The current development in Islamic Finance
Assessments: MCQ/ Assignments
IF 202 Islamic financial instruments
This course introduces Islamic financial instruments used in Islamic finance industry. The basic Islamic contracts are explained with their application in the Islamic banking industry. At the end of the lesson the students will be to explain and under the applications of
Mudarabah, Musahrakah, Ijarah, Ististna, Salam, Murabaha and Tawaruq
IF203 Introduction to Islamic banking (3 Credits)
After understanding the basic principles and law of contract, this module is the application of the basic Islamic contracts in banking industry. End of this course you will be able understand and describe ;
How does Islamic banks differs from conventional banks
The products offered by Islamic banks
The sources and use of funds in Islamic banks
The operations of Islamic banks
IF 205 Islamic capital market
The Islamic Capital Market trade short term and long term instrument of Islamic banks. The module introduces Islamic instruments and its applications. At the end of this course, you will be able to explain;
What is a capital market in general.
The difference between Islamic capital market and conventional capital market.
The instruments used in Islamic capital market.
Development of Islamic capital market.
IF205 Islamic Insurance (Takaful)
Takaful is an alternative Insurance system for traditional insurance. Takaful is based on mutual cooperation. This module helps to grasp ;
Basic principles of Takaful
The difference between Takaful and traditional insurance
The Takaful operator models
The Takaful industry
The Re-Takaful industry
IF301 Corporate Governance of Islamic Financial Institutions/Banks
Corporate Governance of Islamic bank is same in certain aspects and different from many aspects. It is important to know
- How does corporate governance of Islamic bank different from conventional
- Corporate Governance models
- Structures in corporate governance
- Assessments: MCQ/Assignments
IF302 Risk management of Islamic banks
Islamic banks are exposed risk as conventional. But the Islamic banks manages the risk different from conventional banks. At the end of this module you will be able describe,
The risk faced by the Islamic banks.
The generic risk of Islamic banks and conventional banks.
Unique risk of Islamic banks
Risk management by Islamic banks
IF 401 Capstone project
Students need to complete a small 2000 word project and the information will be provided to the students once the all the other modules are completed.