NASBA Field of Study
Sources of Islamic Commercial Law
Methodology of Interpretation of Islamic Commercial Law
Salient Features of Islamic Finance
Formation and Classification of Contracts
Application of Islamic Contracts in Islamic Finance
Implementation of Shariah Standards, Policies and Rulings in Islamic Finance
Introduction to Islamic commercial law
The sources of the Islamic commercial law including the Qur’an and the traditions of the Prophet Mohammad
The methodologies used to solve modern problems in Islamic finance
Shari’ah compliance and the importance of the shari’ah standards.
These qualifications will be valuable for newcomers and professionals operating in a range of industries. There is no entry criteria for these certificates. They are designed to give two significant market advantages: (1) the professional recognition of a CIMA international qualification, and (2) demonstrable expertise in the complex, fast growing world of Islamic finance.