TISA, an Islamic Seminary Foundation institution, offers a collaborative SMU Master of Graduate Liberal Studies with TISA’s Master of Arts in Islamic Studies or Nonprofit Management. Omar Suleiman is presently part of the SMU faculty teaching courses in this program.
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SMU is offering two courses in collaboration with TISA. These courses are taught as part of SMU’s Master of Liberal Studies Program. Students must enroll and register for courses at SMU.