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Master in Islamic Finance and Banking (MIFB) by coursework

Master in Islamic Finance and Banking (MIFB) by coursework

Introduction


Master in Islamic Finance and Banking (MIFB) programmes are offered starting September 2012 by Islamic Business School (UUM IBS). This programme is a course work based programme, developed to produce highly ethical and knowledgeable graduates who are responsive and efficient in Islamic finance and banking to fulfill national higher education aspirations and contribute to the industry and society. At the end of this course, students are required to complete a dissertation in their field of study that will further enhance their analytical, writing and communication skills.


Programme Aims


The program aims to produce highly ethical and knowledgeable graduates whoa rae responsive abd efficient in Islamic finance and banking to fulfill national higher education aspirations and contribute to the industry and society.

Programme Learning Outcome

  1. Elaborate concepts and theories related to finance and banking
  2. Adapt Islamic concepts, principles and techniques in solving financial problem faced by companies in realizing the profit as well as fulfilling social responsibility
  3. Critically evaluate issues related to Islamic finance
  4. Manage human resource in carry out responsibilities through effective communication skill
  5. Work effectively in group and demonstrate interpersonal skills
  6. Apply Shariah Professional code of ethics in the field of Islamic finance
  7. Continuously integrate knowledge of Islamic finance and banking for career development
  8. Identify current and future challenges in managing innovation and developing entrepreneurial skill in the field of Islamic finance and banking
  9. Build and strengthen Islamic finance and banking through effective leadership

Programme Structure

CORE COURSES (24 CREDIT HOURS)
BWFF5013 Corporate Financial Management
BIEE5013 Islamic Economics
BWSS5023 Islamic Financial Contracts & Maxim
BISS5033 Deduction Methods and Maqasid Shariah for Business
BIFF5063 Islamic Financial Market, Instruments and Institutions
BWSB5053 Contemporary Islamic Banking
BPMN6023 Strategic Management
BPMN6073 Research Methodology

FIELD PROJECT (COMPULSORY) (12 CREDIT HOURS)

BPMZ6912 Research Paper

ELECTIVE COURSES (6 CREDIT HOURS)
Choose any 2 (TWO) courses from the following
BSBB5043 Management and Governance of Islamic Banking
BWRR5043 Islamic Risk Management
BSFF5053 Islamic Wealth Planning and Management
BWBB5023 Treasury Management in Financial Institutions

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For more details please visit OYA-GSB Website at http://www.oyagsb.uum.edu.my
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For more details please visit OYA-GSB Website at http://www.oyagsb.uum.edu.my
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