About the program
The Master’s program of Islamic Da’wa and International Relations in Islam is designed to meet the needs of individuals and related institutions in Palestine such as governmental, political, educational, religious and community centers.
The program is aimed at providing these institutions with professional and specialized cadres in Islamic Da’wa and International Relations in Islam.
The program focusses on multi-disciplinary topics that comprise the principles and approaches of Islamic Da’wa, economy, history, and political sciences.
The program covers areas related to contemporary issues such as global poverty, human rights, environment, etc. The content of these topics deals with issues of public policy and how to set out solutions to them. Students are admitted in the program after fulfilling and meeting the criteria and requirements of registration and admission. Students are granted an MA in Islamic Da’wa and International Relations after completing 36 credit hours.
Provide qualified cadres who are capable of reflecting their academic experience in terms of Islamic Da’wa, developing the competencies in Da’wa, as political and educational leaders, as well as teachers.
The programs aims:
- To provide national institutions with professional and experienced graduates in the fields of Islamic Da’wa and International Relations in Islam in order to develop the Palestinian political and Daw’a systems.
- To enable students to familiarize themselves with the current international system and enhance their skills in analyzing its different dimensions, in addition to providing them with the key knowledges of the International Law principles, its characteristics, sources and historical evolution.
- To envisage a future vision that will aid students in analyzing and addressing issues related to the contemporary international system.
- To disseminate Islamic Da’wa according to the principles of moderation as entitled in Islam.
- To protect and follow up the issues of Muslim minorities in the hosting countries.
- To mitigate the risks against the Islamic nation through collaboration and relations with other countries.
- To promote awareness of Islam inside the Palestinian community, and contribute to the maturity of the community intellectually, politically and civilization wise.
- A teacher and supervisor in the educational institutions.
- A diplomat at the embassies and national institutions.
- An analyst and specialist in foreign affairs.
- An employee in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and in the international divisions of other ministries, for example: immigration, trade and the environment; intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations such as the Red Crescent and the Red Cross.
- A faculty or administrative member at colleges and universities.
- As a worker in the field of educational media at the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Information where graduates can work in different institutions such as media, press and television, Ministry of Endowment and Religious Affairs, public relations, Ministry of Interior, and in the area of religious and political guidance.