Universitas Darussalam Gontor

Master Program Islamic Economic

Islamic Economics has currently been thriving in both national and international levels. The contemporary world witnesses the establishment of countless bank and non-bank financial institutions including Shariah capital markets. As of June 2015, Indonesia succesfully secured the world’s second largest country to issue the Global Sukuk, right above Malaysia and below the United Arab Emirates, according to the Directorate of Shariah Financing (DJPPR), the Indonesian Ministry of Finance. This no doubt lends a real credence to the acceptance of Islamic economics and finance by the society and academicians at large
This requires an active involvement of the higher learning institutions to play its role in providing solutions to the problems of human resource shortage and effectuate a sustainable development on concepts and theories on Islamic Economics. As part of its response and responsibility toward the Ummah, University of Darussalam (UNIDA) Gontor offers a Post-Graduate Program (Master) in Islamic Economic Law. The curriculum is designed to integrate socio-historical approach, through analyzing both classical. (turath) and contemporary literatures, to critical analysis on practical and empirical cases while being committed to academic integrity. A master qualification from this programme prepares the prospective students to be the role model as professionals entrepreneurs and intellectuals on Islamic Economic Law.


To become a Centre of Excellence in the study of Islamic Economics based upon the Islamization of the contemporary sciences for international Islamic Law at the international level in 2030
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To become a consultant/ mediator on Islamic Economic Law embedded with a profound comprehension on Shariah, morality and professionalism.
To become a lecturer whose academic ability is to integrate both textual and contextual approaches based on Islamic worldview.
To become a researcher who is able to incorporate epistemological and methodological academic qualities with i. terdisclipinary, multidisclipinary and transdisclipinary studies as demanded by the society.
To become a member of the National Council of Shariah (DSN) or the Shariah Council of Trustee (DPS) who masters both principles of theology (ushuliyah) and Islamic Jurisprudence (fiqhiyyah).