Discover the power of authentic Islamic knowledge with Qurtuba Institute’s “The Path to Sacred Knowledge.” The expertly crafted curriculum empowers you to apply timeless Islamic principles to modern life. Become a beacon of wisdom and an exemplary leader, enriching yourself and your community.
The Path to Sacred Knowledge Certificate is an extensive program consisting of 15 carefully designed courses. This holistic program can be efficiently completed within a minimum of four quarters, while offering the flexibility to extend up to a maximum of three years. Explore all courses
Strengthen our bond with Allah SWT, serve as exemplary Muslims and inspire others to embrace the spiritual journey.
Deepen our knowledge, uplift our community, and gain insights into how Islamic values enhance our lives.
Explore the richness of Islamic sciences, cultivate appreciation for the wisdom and beauty of our faith tradition.
Flourish in a holistic learning environment, that empowers emerging leaders, scholars, and thinkers.
15 courses that guide the student from foundations to advanced topics.
Theology, Qur’an, Seerah, Arabic, Hadith, Fiqh, more
Learn from distinguished scholars and educators
Evening Courses, Monday through Thursday, 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Exams, Course requirements, and certificate awarded upon completion
There are four courses offered in this quarter, scheduled Monday through Thursday from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM, with a break for prayer in between.
For new students embarking on this journey, we recommend starting with the foundational courses on Theology, Qur’an, and Seerah.
Jan 9 – Mar 19
May 1 – July 16
July 24 – Oct 1
Oct 9 – Dec 17
Jan 8 – Mar 8
April 15 – June 30
July 8 – Sept 22
Sept 30 – Dec 15
This course explores contemporary topics, issues, and misconceptions in relation to Islam and Muslims, enabling students to address those topics and issues in the light of the complexities of modern society.
It will focus on the topics of women in Islam, Jihad, Shari’ah, relationship of Muslims with other communities, and topics of modernity such as pluralism, intellectualism, feminism, democracy, and gender and homosexuality.