Bachelor of Sharia Economics

Curriculum

Students who take a Study Program of Sharia Economics will take part in courses with a total of 144 credits during the four-study period. The following is the curriculum presented in the Sharia Economics Study Program:

SEMESTER
COURSE
CREDIT
I
English Language
3
Economics and Business Mathematics 
3
Introduction to Accounting
3
Introduction to Business 
3
Introduction to Micro and Macro Economics Theory
3
History of Islamic Economics Thought
3
Islamic Ethics and Personality Development
2
II
English for Specific Purpose (ESP) on Islamic Banking
2
Economics Verse and Hadits
3
Sharia Accounting I
3
Introduction to Management
3
Pancasila and Civic Education 
3
Bank and Shari Financial Institution
3
Arabic Language I
3
III
Computer Application
3
Usul Fiqh 
3
Sharia Accounting I
3
Statistics I
3
Products and Services of Sharia Banking
3
Islamic Micro Theory 
3
Arabic Language II
3
IV
Corporate Budgeting 
3
Muamalah Fiqh
3
Accounting of Sharia Banking
3
Islamic Financial Management 
3
Statistics II
3
Human Resource and Leadership
3
Islamic Macro Theory 
3
V
Decision-Making Techniques 
3
Corporate Performance Appraisal 
3
Islamic Education
3
Marketing Management  
3
Laboratory of Sharia Banking 
3
Commercial Law
3
VI
Elective Course
3
Marketing for Sharia Products 
3
Islamic Entrepreneurship 
3
Strategic Management 
3
Sharia Risk Management 
3
Management of Sharia Banking 
3
Indonesian Language 
3
VII
Elective Course
3
Elective Course
3
Business Feasibility Study 
3
Management of Sharia Financing
3
Islamic Research Methodology 
3
VIII
Undergraduate's Thesis 
6
Islamic Business Ethics
2

 

The following elective courses are provided to guide graduate profiles of Sharia Economics Department to take a career path:
 
A. Practitioners and consultants in sharia financial institution. Students can choose elective courses that provide additional insights into non-banking financial markets, including:
1. Capital Market and Sharia Invesment
2. Takaful and Retakaful
3. Indonesian Economy 
4. Contemporary Fatwas 
5. Global Business 
6. Global Marketing
 
B. Wirausaha Muslim Entrepreneurs, students can choose elective courses that provide additional insights into the management of the company, including:
1. Cost Accounting
2. Wealth Management
3. Tax for Sharia Entities
4. Contemporary Fatwas
5. Global Business 
6. Global Marketing

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