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ISD321 – Islamic Economics

This module aims to look at the key concepts and ideas within the field of Islamic economics and how they relate to contemporary economic theory and practice. By beginning with an introduction to two major financial systems students will have a background against which they may develop a comparative understanding of the Islamic economic system. The module is a good starting point for those wishing to pursue further studies leading to a career in Islamic, economics, finance, or banking. The module will provide students with an adequate understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of the Islamic system and how it proposes to deal with contemporary issues.
Module Title : Islamic Economics
Module Type: Designated
Program: BA Islamic Studies
Prerequisite(s): none
Credit(s): 10
Module Code: ISD321
Semester: ---
Component(s): Coursework: 50% - Written examination: 50%


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