Certificate in Islamic Thought
The Certificate in Islamic Thought combines Islamic credentials with academic rigor, along with a flexible schedule which suits working professionals and students. The objective of this program is to provide academically rigorous, faith-based education in Islamic studies, rooted within IIIT's approach and taught by first-rate scholars of Islam.
Summer Students Program
This residential program is designed for graduate students and exceptional senior undergraduates – majoring in the humanities or social science disciplines – who have a particular interest in developing their knowledge and research skills in the core areas of Islamic studies such as methods in the study of Islam, the Qur’an, the Sunnah, Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence), Muslim History and Civilization, and Contemporary Islamic Thought.
The program also provides analysis and discussions – in seminar format – on subjects related to contemporary Islamic reform movements, Islamic finance, faith-based entrepreneurship, and Islam in America. IIIT Summer Student Program is a residential program, taught by world-class faculty, drawn from top institutions in the US and around the world
Certificate in Faith-Based Community Development
This is 40-hour program designed for future local community leaders who will serve their communities as Youth Leaders, counselors, and non-profit executives. These students earn this certificate by completing 5-6 courses in the areas of Youth Leadership, Parenting, Non-profit Management, Faith Based Wealth Building, Marriage Preparation, and other relevant topics for personal and community development.
Hartford Seminary, in cooperation with the International Institute of Islamic Thought and TFI, offers a Graduate Certificate in Imam and Muslim Community Leadership. The aim of this certificate program is to offer structured education in the American context for Muslim leaders, Imams and counselors.