About PG Diploma Program

This course is offered FREE -
Tuition - US$ 1500 ( waived till 2013)
Courseware - US$ 400 ( waived )
Examination - US$ 100 ( waived )

Registration : One time US$ 150


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Eligibility : Graduates (Any stream)

Mode of study : e-Learning

Examination : Online MCQ

Date of Exam : Anytime after 12 months of registration for PGDIBF

Assessment weightage :

Online exam : 50% marks

Assignment : 50% marks

Contents :

1. Video tutorials - Animated
2. e-book( pdf )

Duration : 12 months


    Post Graduate Diploma in Islamic Banking and Finance - One Year Course ( FREE Online course | Online Examination )

     

    Module 1 - Islamic Finance Core I

    1.    Introduction
    2.    Musharakah
    3.    Mudarabah
    4.    Musharakah & Mudarabah as Modes of Financing
    5.    Murabahah


    Module 2 - - Islamic Finance Core II

    1.    Ijarah
    2.    Salam and Istisna’
    3.    Islamic Investment Funds
    4.    The Principle of Limited Liability
    5.    The Performance of the Islamic Banks


    Module 3 - Islamic Finance and Global Financial Crises

    1.    Introduction
    2.    Deviation from the basic assumption or philosophy driving investment
    3.    Traditionnel Finance versus Islamic Finance
    4.    Islamic finance in preventing Global crisis
    5.    Conventional product to Islamic principles
    6.    Conclusion


    Module 4 - Islamic Jurisprudence I

    1.    Introduction to Usul al-Fiqh
    2.    The First Source of Shari'ah: The Qur'an
    3.    The Sunnah
    4.    Rules of Interpretation I: Deducing the Law from Its Sources
    5.    Rules of Interpretation II: Al-Dalalat (Textual Implications)
    6.    Commands and Prohibitions


    Module 5 - Islamic Jurisprudence II

    1.    Naskh (Abrogation)
    2.    Ijma' or Consensus of Opinion
    3.    Qiyas (Analogical Deduction)
    4.    Revealed Laws Preceding the Shari'ah of Islam
    5.    The Fatwa of a Companion
    6.    Istihsan, or Equity in Islamic Law


    Module 6 - Islamic Jurisprudence III

    1.    Maslahah Mursalah (Considerations of Public Interest)
    2.    Urf (Custom)
    3.    Istishab (Presumption of Continuity)
    4.    Sadd al-Dhara'i (Blocking the Means)
    5.    Hukm Shar'i (Law or Value of Shari'ah)
    6.    Conflict of Evidences
    7.    Ijtihad, or Personal Reasoning


    Module 7 - Islamic Capital Market I

    1.    Islamic Capital Markets
    2.    Creating A Dynamic Islamic Capital Market
    3.    Sukuk Market: Innovations and Challenges
    4.    Shariah Rulings on Sukuk Issuance
    5.    Real Assets in Islamic Transactions and their Benchmarking
    6.    Role of Sukuk on Agriculture Sector Financing in Indonesia


    Module 8 - Islamic Capital Market II

    1.    Derivatives in Islamic Finance
    2.    Intangible Asset
    3.    Shariah Alternatives to Non-Shariah Elements in Modern Commodity Futures Trading
    4.    Rate of Return Risk Management in Islamic Finance: Challenges and Propositions
    5.    Shariah’s Drive against Derivatives
    6.    Investment in Stocks: A Critical Review of Dow Jones Shariah Screening Norms
    7.    Managing Risk of Islamic Equity Investments: Initiatives and Strategies


    Module 9 - Islamic Capital Market III

    1.    Practice and Prospect of Islamic Real Estate Investment Trusts (I-REITs) in Malaysian Islamic Capital Market
    2.    Examining the Malayisan Shari[ah Guidelines for Islamic REITS
    3.    Venture Capital Funds: A Venue for Growth of Islamic Capital Markets
    4.    Analysis of Risk Attitudes, Spirituality, and Shariah Consciousness of Current and Prospective Investors ( Malaysia )
    5.    Developing Capital Markets in Muslim Countries
    6.    Design and Use of Innovative Islamic Capital Market Products
    7.    Comparing The Development of Islamic Financial/Bond Markets in Malaysia and Indonesia
    8.    Role of Islamic Financial Institutions in Enriching The Structure and Menu of Financial Instruments for Capital Markets


    Module 10 - Case Studies

    1.    Islamic Finance and Banking Systems in Europe - Case studies
    2.    Islamic Banking in Far East - Case studies
    3.    Islamic Banking in Middle East - Case studies
    4.    Islamic Banking in America - Case studies
    5.    Research on Islamic Banking in India - Why it is important in India

     

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