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6 MSc Programmes in Economic Studies Finance Islamic Finance 2024



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MSc Programmes in Economic Studies Finance Islamic Finance

The Master of Science degree, or MSc, is an advanced course of study that provides students with access to talented and successful professionals in their chosen industry. This advanced degree represents completion of a graduate program. These programs usually take two years to complete, although some programs require less time. An MSc in Islamic Finance can open up opportunities that would otherwise be inaccessible.

What is an MSc in Islamic Finance? This master’s program is based on the correlation between industrial practices and Islamic finance. There are certain areas of specialization for students who wish to understand the complexities of Islamic culture and business. Examples of courses in this program include Shari’ah (or Islamic law), Risk Management in Islamic Financial Markets, Corporate Governance, and Legal and Regulatory Issues in Islamic Banking. Students should be prepared to learn moral rules, ethics, and guidelines for behavior that encompass the whole of life, not just standards to be used within the banking and finance field.

Participation in this advanced degree program can provide students with a flexible learning environment, as many students are already professionals in their field. On-site courses and distance education options are both available to students. With completion of the program, students can achieve their personal and professional goals, and enjoy increased success in their careers.

The cost of participating in the MSc in Islamic Finance program will vary from one school to another. This is particularly true because schools are located in many different countries. Prospective students should contact individual schools for specific cost and fee information.

Graduates find that they are prepared to work in many situations. These may include human resource management, international business, engineering and marketing management, investment banking, portfolio management, and risk management. The aim of the graduate program with an Islamic focus is often to prepare graduates to work within both conventional financing and the Islamic culture. Graduates are prepared to succeed in a very competitive field.

Interested students should review their options as detailed in the program listings. The lead form takes just a few seconds to fill out. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.