The Islamic Economics and Finance Certificate Course is a 12-week course that will require an estimated 10 hours per week of time to complete. At the end of each module are (a) a short self-assessment that is intended to help participants review what they have learned and (b) a list of references for articles and websites with technical information designed to increase their understanding of the Module topic. Participants are required to complete worksheets for each module and are required to write final examinations at the end of the course. Certificates for those who successfully complete the course will be issued at the end of the Course.
A unique aspect of the Course is that capable students will be arranged to attend a 7-day structured classroom training on technical skills on Islamic finance, as well as soft skills of communication, business acumen and leadership at the end of the Course to accumulate practical experience through extensive physical learning and working exposures. In addition, each participant will have the opportunity to get-to-know and work with at least one participant from another country. Participants are to be grouped and assigned with a skilled professional mentor who will serve as a course guide and advisor.