MS Islamic Studies
The Department offers MS (Islamic Studies) program. It is a broad based scheme, focusing on contemporary socio-political and economic issues, ijtihad, objectives of Islamic shariah, Islamic philosophy, international relations, Islamic world view and contemporary study of major world religions. Researchers are encouraged to work on practical issues to fulfil the needs of our society in particular and humanity at large.
The MS degree is awarded after completion of 30 credit hours, 24 of which are course work. The remaining 6 credit hours can be completed either by writing a research thesis or by taking 2 additional courses from the list of offered subjects in respective semester.