Aim & Scope

Aim:

To provide an avenue for fellow academics to share their findings, new ideas, and knowledge in fields connected towards an integration between Islam and modern knowledge.

The editorial board welcomes various categories of articles to be considered for publication here which have not been published or considered to be published in other journals. We accept original/full/regular/experimental/theoretical and empirical articles. We also accept general review/conceptual articles.

Scope:

The scopes of this journal are on:

  • Islamic Leadership
  • Da’wah and Islamic Management
  • Usuluddin and Comparative Religion
  • Islamic Ethics and Sufism
  • Counselling and Psychology
  • Communication and Media Studies 
  • Community Development
  • Studies in Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation
  • Language and Communication

 

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All right reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. All articles will follow a double-blind review by independent consulting editors. The Editorial Board has the right to edit the articles. All published articles may not necessarily be the reflection of USIM’s thought, view or stand.