Al-Huda University offers various types of programs to meet the needs of the community at large.
Our programs are divided into 5 main categories:
This degree is a total of 130 credit hours. It covers the major areas in Islamic religion including Quran and its Sciences, Prophetic Sayings and Practice, Islamic Creed, Islamic Ethics, Rules of Transactions, Arabic Language, and Comparative Religion.
An associate degree is typically a two-year degree awarded by Al-Huda University. The Associate Degree is a total of 66 credit hours. It covers the major areas in Islamic religion, including Quran and its Sciences, Prophetic Sayings and Practice, Islamic Creed, Islamic Jurisprudence, Islamic Ethics, Rules of Transactions, Arabic Language, and Comparative Religion. The graduate has the option of continuing his career with Al-Huda University to earn a bachelor’s degree.
This program offers a unique opportunity in the traditional way used by eminent Muslim scholars. This method is highly interactive and focuses on mastery, utilizing questions and answers, debate, and applied knowledge. The Ijazah is awarded based on successful completion of the program requirements. The Ijazah Program or “certification” in English, has two tracks: Quran Memorization and Traditional Teachings.
This program offers academic seminars and workshops for the community at large to be educated from an Islamic perspective regarding various issues. This is an effort to educate the local American community, both Muslim and non-Muslim.
The Non-Degree Program gives students the opportunity to take Al-Huda University’s courses for credit without matriculating as an Al-Huda undergraduate student. Usually non-degree students use this program to complete a bachelor’s degree at another university or to qualify for admission to graduate or professional schools.
Guest Student (Audit)
Guest students informally attend Al-Huda University courses and seminars for personal benefit (no credit). They can attend any course at any time without having to meet the course per-requisite requirements or course work obligations (homework, exams, etc.).