We offer 8 different program options:
– One year Intensive in Islamic & Arabic Studies
– Associate’s Degree in Islamic & Arabic Studies
– One Year Intensive in Arabic Studies
– Certification in Islamic Sciences
– Certification in Islamic Sciences & Leadership
– Certification in Islamic Studies & Chaplaincy
– Certification in Islamic Leadership & Chaplaincy
– Intermediate Level Islamic & Arabic Studies
For more info on each of the program please visit our program page.
Due to the program being online many of our students have families, work, and other commitments that they attend to. Although this is fine, we recommend that our students schedule their time so that they can watch all the sessions as well as review the content outside of class.
Madina Institute USA is not accredited at this time. However, Madina Institute in South Africa is accredited with a 3-Year Bachelor’s Degree in Islamic Studies.
At the moment, we are not hosting programs on-site, so there is no student housing. All programs will be offered online until further notice.
Our programs entail core subjects to ensure all of our students have a strong foundation in the program they have chosen. Therefore the carefully selected curriculum for Islamic Sciences & Arabic Studies is standardized. However, students do have the option of choosing non-required electives that are of interest to them, based on the program they are enrolled in. For more info on each of the courses we offer check our Curriculum page.
Early Admissions – March 31st 2022
Regular Admissions – July 31st 2022
All the programs we offer can be taken either full-time or part-time. A full-time student will complete the program in 10 months. A part-time student will complete the program in two academic years. The first year will entail the Arabic language component, while the second year will entail Islamic Studies component.
Yes. You can apply as a Student (seeking certification) or a Seeker (auditing courses for personal growth/not interested in exams and certification).
There is no Application Fee for any of our programs.
Students applying for any of our programs are not required to understand the Arabic Language to be accepted. However, being able to identify, read and connect the words is essential. We do also offer a short introductory course for students applying that have no prior exposure to the Arabic language at no extra cost. No prior knowledge of Islamic Studies is required.
Students over 16 with a high school diploma or the equivalent.
Classes will begin on September 19th.
Daily/Weekly Class Schedules:
Arabic Language – Monday to Friday (9AM to 1PM EST)
Islamic Sciences – Monday to Thursday (2PM to 6PM EST)
We occasionally have our elective classes during the weekend (usually from 11AM to 5PM EST).
You will be given access to Madina Insitute’s online student portal which will have all the information including the zoom links, class recordings, syllabus, class notes, forum for asking questions after class, student discussions forum etc.
Yes. If you are not able to take the live classes for any reason, you will be able to access the recordings of the class.
Yes, we offer financial aid that is Zakat based.
Financial Aid can be used for tuition fees only.
Thank you for your interest in Madina Institute. You may contact our Admissions Counselors via email or you may call our Admissions office directly.