Our university faculty are experienced in diverse fields of Islamic Education Studies and are committed to providing an enriching online Islamic education experience.
Hamed Ghazali, PhD
• Director of the Houston Quran Academy
PhD. in Education Kansas State University, MS in Petroleum Engineering University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas 1984, BS in Petroleum Engineering University of Suez Canal
Ahmed Khater, M.Th
B.A from the University of California, Berkeley with a B.A. in legal studies, B.A. from Al-Azhar University in Islamic sciences and Arabic language, M.A. from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, M.A. in Islamic studies from the Islamic University of Minnesota
Ahmad Kobeisy, PhD
Director, Islamic Learning Foundation, College Point, NY
PhD in Social Sciences, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs M.S. in Educational Psychology B.S. in Islamic Studies
Gyasi Mckinzie, M.Th
Associate Director for Marketing and Outreach, US Southwest Region, Helping Hands for Relief and Development
Instructor, Al-Kauther Institute. Masters in Theological Studies, Vanderbilt University. B.A., Faculty of Dawah and Usool ul Deen, University of Medina
Haitham Barazanji, M.Th
Imam, Islamic Society of Pinellas County, Florida
Masters in Theology in Islamic Studies, Graduate Theological Foundation. B.S. in Computer Science and Information Systems, Oklahoma State University.
Principal, Al Huda School and Hifdh School, College Park, Md.
Founder, The Quran Institute. Quran Recitation Ijazah with Shaikh Mohammad Haqqan, Jeddah, Saudia Arabia. Doctorate in Management. Masters in Management. B.S. in Computer Science, University of Maryland.
Hatem al-Haj, PhD
Academic Dean, College of Islamic Studies, Mishkah University
PhD in Sharia, Al-Jinan University, Lebanon; M.A. in Sharia, American Open University; Board Certification in Pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics.
Muhammad Sa’eed Alrahawan,PhD
Professor of Hadith, Al-Azhar University
PhD in Hadith, Al-Azhar University; M.A in Hadith Sciences, Al-Azhar University, B.A in Islamic Studies, Faculty of Language and Translation, Al-Azhar University.
Muhammad Salah, PhD
Religious Supervisor of Al-Huda TV
Ph.D in Islamic Studies, Graduate Theological Foundation;B.A. in Sharia, Al-Azhar University; Four Year Diploma, Muslim Arts and Arabic Calligraphy
Sarah Sultan, MA
Therapist, Leland House, Centreville, VA.
M.A. in Mental Health Counseling, City University of New York, Brooklyn College; B.S. in Psychology and Biology, CUNY Macaulay Honors College
M.A in Fiqh Candidate, Medinah International University; B.A. in Shari’a, Al-Azhar University; B.A in Islamic Studies, Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts.