The Faculty of Shariah and Islamic Studies has two departments namely: Shariah and Islamic Studies.
The Faculty of Shariah and Islamic Studies seeks to achieve the following objectives:
To produce qualifying graduates who are competent in Islamic legislation, conversant with today's changes, and able to meet the requirements of the labor market. To instill the foundations of knowledge and belief, doctrine, worship, and ethical behavior in students in an appropriate manner to enable them to work constructively in their communities. To train graduate students to teach Islamic Knowledge in secondary schools. To prepare qualified young people to work in the areas of Da’wah by preaching, working as Imams, providing guidance, and giving sermons and legal consultation within the government departments and the public.To do research and pursuing studies to serve Islam, Muslims and society at large.