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The certificate program is designed to prepare students for graduate programs in religious studies, Islamic studies and area studies or for any academic discipline (such as professional programs in international law and business) that focuses on global Muslim society. Students wishing to add the certificate in Islamic studies to their plan of study must consult with an academic advisor in the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies.
Any student admitted to study at ASU is eligible for the Islamic studies certificate program. Students who complete all the requirements of their undergraduate major, their college and the certificate program receive the certificate plus transcript recognition of its completion.
Islamic Studies (Certificate)
Liberal Arts & Sciences, College of
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