This course will introduce students to the basic principles of Islamic finance, including the prohibition of riba (interest), the use of contracts such as musharakah (partnership) and murabahah (cost-plus), and the importance of social justice in financial transactions. Students will learn about
the history and development of Islamic finance, as well as its current state and future prospects. The course will also cover the challenges and
opportunities facing the industry, including regulatory frameworks and the role of Islamic financial institutions in the global economy.

Course Duration

14 Hours – (2 Days) 

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Islamic finance
  • Basic principles of Islamic finance
  • History and development of Islamic finance
  • Current state and prospects of Islamic finance
  • Regulatory frameworks for Islamic finance
  • Role of Islamic financial institutions in the global economy
  • Challenges facing the Islamic finance industry.
  • Opportunities for growth in the Islamic finance industry