The Course of Study at the Islamic School of Economics follows a Dynamic Structure that monitors the needs of the students at the institution. The overall lesson plan and structure may not be decided until around the start of the semester based upon the students in attendance and their needs.
The broad areas of study remain the same, which may be read below!
The following is an overview of the Subject Areas and Study Blocks at The Islamic School of Economics (including some Example Books on the Subjects):
- Names, Attributes and Actions of The Creator, Perfect and Most High,
- Al Aqeedah ul Wasitiyyah
- His Right (Monotheism),
- The Three Fundamental Principles of Islam
- Nullifiers of Islam
- The Book of Monotheism
- Methodology of Dealing with Different Peoples,
- Sunnah of Allāh with His Creation (or Rules in Allāh’s Creation),
- Eg. A Recompense of a Deed is Its Like.
- E.g. If You Give Thanks (to Allāh), He Will Give You More.
- The Book of Manners
- Human Needs and Their Fulfilment,
- Currency and Banking,
- Rulings on Trade,
- Physical Fitness,
- Leverage Multipliers
- E.g. Capital, Technology, (including Spreadsheets, Websites, Social Media), etc
- Plots of The Enemies of The Truth
- Authentic History
- Planning and Strategy
- Problem ID/Brand Planning/Marketing
Each 6 month semester has with it a subsequent increase in qualification for the one who passes the criteria for their being given.
Semester 1: Certificate Level
Semester 2: Diploma Level
Semester 3: Advanced Diploma Level
Semester 4: Higher Level Diploma
Semester 5: Certificate of Higher Education
Each level follows a similar though slightly staggered tuition fee structure,
Semester 1: 500 Dalasi per month or 2,500 upfront for 5 month semester.
Semester 2: 600 Dalasi per month or 3,000 upfront for 6 month semester.
Semester 3: 700 Dalasi per month or 3,500 upfront for 7 month semester.
Semester 4: 800 Dalasi per month or 4,000 upfront for 8 month semester.
Semester 5: 900 Dalasi per month or 4,500 upfront for 9 month semester.
All students are to be given pads and pens as part of courses as well as print and online resources.
Questions and Answers
Answer: Lessons are taught one at a time in an Islamic Lesson/Lecture format.
Answer: The goal of The Islamic School of Economics is to prepare Muslims for the trials of life.
Our goal first of all is to teach them the truth about their Lord, His Names, Attributes and Actions, and how to please Him and avoid displeasing him.
After learning the most important and beneficial knowledge, we then look to begin teaching the students from the Ways of Allah with His creation and rules He has placed therein.
Through this knowledge, students will be able to understand the reality of what is going on around them and how best to apply themselves for their own, their family’s and society’s benefit.
Students are to be taught how to identify problems within an Economy and how to look to be a means of solving and how to apply themselves to that end.
After a good period of studying at the ISofE, students are to be fully equipped with the knowledge to be able to identify areas for beneficial Business Activities, plan their building and liaising with others to reach a worthy goal.
We wish to teach our Muslim brothers and sisters to stand for themselves and to be trustworthy, honourable Muslims who use what Allāh has given them to show thanks to Him in the best way possible, in their Deen and their Dunya.
Answer: There is no fixed period of study at the School and we address all students on a case by case basis.
We look to give sincere advice to every student. We first look at what the student has acquired of knowledge and understanding of how to please their Creator, and ways and means within the creation that are aides upon that.
When we feel that a student is better placed moving on to action in the wider world, then we are to advise them according to their specific situation, and are happy to even see if we can find a good fit for them in our partner businesses and institutions!
From the aims of the school is to prepare students to stand for themselves, so we do not like to guarantee a certificate at a set period, but rather prepare them for their lives and to be self-sufficient Muslims.
We look to develop lifelong relationships with students what we are able and to be a means of assisting them in their obedience to Allāh, The Most High.