To develop qualified graduates to keep up with judicial systems at both national and international levels to contribute to community development.

To support openness to the community through symposiums held at the faculty, role of Imams in community, and protection of community and its customs from negative impacts of international secularism.

  1. To develop qualified graduates in Islamic legal sciences and law.
  2. To develop graduates capable of undertaking responsibility of Futia (pronouncing formal legal opinions in Islam) and Al-Ijtihad (an independent Islamic judgment in legal questions based on the interpretation and applications of the four foundations of Fiqh in Islam) to deal with individual, community and nation issues.
  3. To contribute to both rebuilding of the nation and application of religion in daily life through knowledge and Da’wa.
  4. To provide the true alternative religious opinions for correcting wrong concepts and practices attributed to religion in the community.
  5. To participate in legal Islamic authentication through conducting research and studies in Islamic Jurisprudence and law.
  6. To contribute to community service, openness to community, reforming and raising level of public awareness.