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ILJ-105

Personal Financial Ethics for Every Muslim

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Day Time Duration Date Instructor Credits
Mondays 6 – 8 PM ET 12 Weeks June 3rd – August 26th Sh. Taha Abdul-Baseer 2

DESCRIPTION:

In this course, participants will be introduced to the Islamic ethics (and basic Islamic laws) of financial transactions, through a survey of the field’s principles and rules. Special attention will be given to applying these principles to contemporary financial scenarios.

After a brief introduction to Islamic law and ethics, the course covers the fundamentals of financial contracts in Islam, including the prohibitions on riba (interest/usury) and gharar (indeterminateness).

The course then turns to discuss contemporary applications, such as banking, investment, insurance, and estate planning. By the end of the course, students should be able to demonstrate ethical decision-making abilities in personal financial matters based on Islamic teachings.

COURSE FEE: 

CATEGORY

FOR CREDIT

AUDITORS

GENERAL ADMISSION

$ 199 (per course)

$ 99 (per course)

GENERAL STUDENT (.EDU)

$ 119 (per course)

$ 89 (per course)

IQRA FELLOW

$ 119 (per course)

$ 89 (per course)

MIRL STUDENT

$ 109 (per course)

$ 85 (per course)

MULTI-COURSE DISCOUNT

General: $ 159 (per course) 
Student: $ 95 (per course)

$ 80 (per course)

FINANCIAL AID:

Please note that financial aid is offered on a first-come, first-served basis until available funds are exhausted. Please apply as early as possible to increase your chances of being awarded. You can learn more about our financial aid policy here.

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