Department of the Islamic banks

Department of the Islamic banks


Leadership and excellence in the pillars of university education.

Training, research and community service in the field of Islamic banks and banks in particular.


Providing a distinguished academic education that ensures the graduation of scientifically and practically qualified cadres capable of working in the field of Islamic banks.



  1. Developing students’ skills in the field of Islamic banking.
  2. Developing students’ scientific skills and linking them to the labor market.
  3. Encouraging cooperation and communication with Islamic banks.
  4. Keeping up with the latest developments in the labor market using the latest educational methods.
  5. Deepen positive and ethical trends among students.

The study program

Undergraduate degree (132 credit hours).

Postgraduate degree (33 credit hours).