Focus and Scope

Economics (Islamic Economics and Business, Islamic public finance, Islamic finance, Islamic accounting, Islamic business ethics, Islamic banking, Islamic insurance, Islamic human resource management, Islamic microfinance, Islamic capital market, other relevant Islamic economic and financial studies)
Sharia (Islamic Law, Ahwal al-Syakhsiyah, i.e. munakahah, mawarits, wills, and waqf; Fiqh Ibadah, i.e. direct relationship with Allah in the form of rituals (Ibadah mahdhah); Mu'amalah, i.e. norms to meet the needs of goods and services in social life; Field of Fiqh Ilmiyah, i.e. the results of deduction and induction from the Qur'an and al-Hadis; Field of Fiqh Siyasah, i.e. norms to meet the needs of Islamic values and principles through political articulation; Fiqh Jinayah, norms governing jarimah and uqubah issues; Fiqh qadha', norms governing judicial issues; Fiqh Gender, norms to fulfil the need for equality in relations between men and women; Fiqh al-Thib/Health, norms to fulfil the need for individual and collective care and maintenance of health; Fiqh al-Faniyah/Art, norms to fulfil the need for creative and artistic expression; Fiqh Ecology/Environment: Norms relating to human relationships with the environment; Fiqh al-Ijtima'iyah/Social: Norms relating to the realisation of solidarity and social responsibility.
Islamic Studies (Qur'an and Hadith Studies; Islamic Philosophy; Islamic Thought and Literature; Islam and Peace; Science and Civilisation in Islam; Islam at the Local/National Level; and Islam and Gender; Traditional and Modern Kalam Science)