College of Asian and Islamic Studies

The College of Asian and Islamic Studies started as a Department of Islamic Studies and eventually developed into a College as enrolment had improved, and in effect new Islamic courses were offered. The college envisions to serve in the hope of becoming as knowledge hub of regional networks of globally recognized centers of advanced learning in Asian and Islamic lore. The college works to produce competitive professionals in the current trend of labor market in both local and international arena, to spur their growth as erudite scholars, researchers and mentors as Asian and Islamic socio-cultural and political system.

The College offers the following degree programs:

A four – year degree program inclusive of the study of cultures, politics and laws of the Muslims. It also enhances knowledge about Islamic principles and morality within the context of a social science.
A four – year degree program relevant to the study of peoples, languages and cultures of South East Asian Religion. It also emphasizes the significance of a political geography as germane to a broad analysis of trade policies and relations among member countries of ASEAN.
The Diploma in Arabic Language is a two –year curriculum which concentrates on the reading and writing of the Arabic language. Upon the completion of this course, the students will have the option to proceed to BSIS.

Graduates of the identified degree programs can find employment in teaching courses which offer Arabic Language like BS Nursing, BS Engineering, BS Hotel & Restaurant Management as well as to oversee the Islamic jurisprudence in the College of Law. Graduates can also be of help to agencies like banks and NGO’s as researcher, consultancy stints, assistance to OFW and promotion of goodwill.