The Faculty of Religions and Humanities (FRH) at MU offers students six Majors of study namely: Comparative Religions; Quranic Studies and Prophetic Hadith; History and Comparative Civilizations; Islamic Studies; Philosophy and Theology; and Translation and Languages. The Faculty relies on a group of professional instructors who are able to bring the practical dimension to the classroom supported with concepts and theories.
FRH capitalizes on the University mission to offer its students competencies as required by the job market exploring the dynamic nature of the business environment and the latest quality and sustainability requirements needed to cultivate into students a culture of ethics, professionalism, proactivity and civic engagement.
Students of the different Majors of study are exposed to an intertwining class environment where theory and practice complement each other so that students realize the true value of what they are learning in the classroom.
Our Majors are carefully structured to enable students to apply their majors’ principles and practices through purposeful academic investigation and value-added outcomes.
FRH graduates are coached to embrace the highest standards and values needed for ethical practices; trained to add value to their endeavors, and psyched to be ready to learn, take the initiative, and ready to accommodate the continuous changing conditions of their professions.