Al-Huda University offers various types of programs to meet the needs of the community at large.
Our Degree programs are divided into 4 main categories:
Our Master’s in Islamic Education program encompasses two different tracks. Completing the two tracks successfully (40 credit hours) would entitle the candidate to earn a Master’s Degree in Islamic Education. Completing the Islamic Studies and Their Teaching Methodology track only (total of 19 credit hours) would result in getting a diploma in Islamic Studies. While completing the Teacher Certification track (21 credit hours) would make the student a Certified Teacher.
Additionally, certified teachers, who already have their teacher certificate from a different university, can still take the Islamic Studies track, in which Al-Huda will accept their teacher certificate as dual credit and grant them a Master’s Degree in Islamic Education.
Our EMIEF Executive Master’s in Islamic Finance program encompasses two different components. Completing the two components successfully (total of 38 credit hours Courses) would entitle the candidate to earn an Executive Master’s Degree in Islamic Finance. While completing the first year courses only will result in an industrial qualification called Al-Huda CIFP (Certificate of Islamic Finance Professional).
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.