Bachelor of Business (Islamic Business)

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Duration

  • 3.0 Years

CRICOS

  • 109327E

Intake Dates

  • March
  • July
  • November
The Islamic Business Course includes essential Islamic units of study and builds upon 12 core subjects from the NAPS Bachelor of Business (Accounting). Graduates leave with a thorough grounding in critical business competency areas including accounting, finance, management and marketing, management as well as the principles of Shari’ah law. This gives them a rare, but very sought after combined understanding of both western and Islamic business cultures and practices.

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Introducing the NAPS Bachelor of Business (Islamic Business) – 6 trimesters full-time or 12 trimesters part-time.

The NAPS Bachelor of Business (Islamic Business) [CRICOS Course Code: 109327E] degree is for students interested in a business degree which will empower them to take a key role in the rapidly expanding economies of Islamic nations.

Graduates will be able to offer their services to Shari’ah compliant businesses in Muslim nations or will have an advantage if they wish to work with companies or clients in non-Islamic states who deal with Islamic nations and or financial institutions, such as government, finance, import/export, mining, educational and not-for-profit agencies.

The Islamic Business Course includes essential Islamic units of study and builds upon 12 core subjects from the NAPS Bachelor of Business (Accounting). Graduates leave with a thorough grounding in critical business competency areas including accounting, finance, management and marketing, management as well as the principles of Shari’ah law. This gives them a rare, but very sought after combined understanding of both western and Islamic business cultures and practices.

The standard progression for the course comprises two trimesters per academic year. However, the Academy may offer an optional Summer Trimester, bringing it to a total of three trimesters per year. While the summer terms may be shorter than the standard trimesters, the volume of learning required would be the same as the first two trimesters. Depending on units offered, new students may also enrol in the Academy in the Summer Term.

  • Must be at least 18 years of age or older at course commencement.
  • Year 12 or equivalent or other relevant qualification.
  • An overall valid academic IELTS 6.0 not less than 5.5 each band (please refer to the DOHA website for Acceptable English Evidence and Exemptions); or an English proficiency of upper intermediate level or above from an approved ELICOS provider; or have successfully completed at least an Australian Certificate IV qualification within the last 2 years; or have successfully passed NAPS’s English Placement Test.
  • In addition, students may participate in a course entry interview to determine their suitability for the course.
  • International Students must meet the Student Visa (SC500) requirements.
  • Business Analyst
  • Risk Manager
  • Human Resources/Recruiter
  • Corporate Accountant
  • Business Research
  • Budget Analyst
  • Corporate Accountant
  • Auditor
  • Business Consultant
  • Entrepreneur, Small Business, Social Entrepreneur
  • Sustainability Analyst

Here is a the Course Progression for the NAPS BBus (Islamic Business) full-time:

  • (P) indicates CPA and/or CA ANZ required unit.
  • ** indicates a unit is essential for applying to be a Certified Islamic Public Accountant (CIPA)

Level 100 Units (‘P’ indicates professional requirements (CPA, CA ANZ) required unit)

Unit Code

Trimester 1

Prerequisite

ACC101

Accounting for Decision Makers  (P)(C)

 

ECO101

Introduction to Economics (P)(C)

 

MKT101

Introduction to Marketing (C)

 

MGT101

Principles of Business Communication (P)(C)

 

 

Unit Code

Trimester 2

Prerequisite

MGT102

Introduction to Business Management (P)(C)

 

ACC102

Principles of Accounting (P)(C)

ACC101 must be completed prior to taking ACC102.

LAW101

Business Law (P)(C)

 

ITS101

Business Statistics (P)(C)

 


Total Credit Points per Trimester: 40

Level 200 Units (‘P’ indicates professional requirements (CPA, CA ANZ) required unit)

Unit Code

Trimester 3

Prerequisites

ACC201

Financial Accounting (P)(C)

ACC102 must be completed prior to taking ACC202.

MGT201

Ethics and Governance (P)(C)

 

LAW202

Principles of Shari'ah (C)

 

MGT207

Business Ethics in Shari'ah (C)

LAW201 must be completed prior to taking MGT207. 

 

Unit Code

Trimester 4

Prerequisites

ACC203**

Cost and Management Accounting(P) (C)

ACC102 must be completed prior to taking ACC203.

MGT203

Organisational Behaviour (P) (C)

 

LAW201

Corporations Law (P) (C)

LAW101 must be completed prior to taking LAW201.

LAW203

Contractual Obligations in Islam (C)

LAW202 and MGT201 must be completed prior to taking LAW203 

 

Total Credit Points per Trimester: 40



Level 300 Units (‘P’ indicates professional requirements (CPA, CA ANZ) required unit)

Unit Code

Trimester 5

Prerequisites

LAW302

Tax Law (P)(C)

LAW101 & LAW201 must be completed prior to taking ACC202.

ACC308

Islamic Accounting Principles (C)

ACC101, LAW201 and MGT201 must be completed prior to taking ACC308.

LAW303

Islamic Commercial Law(C)


LAW101, LAW202 and MGT201 must be completed prior to taking LAW303.

ACC202

*Accounting Information Systems (P)(C)/ Elective

ACC102 must be completed prior to taking ACC202.

 

Unit Code

Trimester 6

Prerequisites

ACC303

Auditing and Assurance (P) (C)

ACC301 must be completed prior to taking ACC303.

ECO301

Principles of Islamic Economics**

MGT201 and LAW202 must be completed prior to taking ECO301. 

 FIN305

Principles of Islamic Banking**

MGT201 and LAW302 must be completed prior to taking FIN305. 

ITS201 

*Intro to Information Systems (P)/ Elective

 

Total Credit Points per trimester: 40



*NOTE: 

To qualify for CPA and CA professional requirements, students taking Islamic Business must:

1. Study the following additional units  in place of year 3 electives:
• ACC202 Accounting Information Systems (P)
• ITS201 Intro to Information Systems (P)

2. Complete an extra semester by studying the following units*:
• MGT206 Business Research Methods (P)
• ACC301 Corporate Accounting and Reporting (P)
• FIN201 Financial Management (P)
• ACC304 Current Issues in Accounting

*Please note that student will be liable to pay the additional fee for the extra semester.


Electives:

Electives: Any two of the following units

MGT202

Human Resources Management

MGT204

Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain Management

MGT205

Managing Innovation in Business

MGT207

Business Ethics in Shari’ah

LAW202

Principles of Shari’ah

LAW203

Contractual Obligations in Islam

LAW301

International Business Transactions

LAW303

Financial Management (P)Islamic Commercial Law

LAW304

Advanced Tax Law

FIN301

Corporate Finance

FIN303

Investment Analysis

FIN304

Contemporary Islamic Finance

FIN305

Principles of Islamic Banking

FIN306

Islamic Capital Markets

ECO301

Principles of Islamic Economics

ACC302

Advanced Management Accounting

ACC306

Financial Statement Analysis

ACC308

Islamic Accounting Principles

 

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