(As of the fall of 2021, the Center for Islamic Studies and the minor in Islamic studies no longer exists at YSU. )
The Center for Islamic Studies is part of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies and is housed in the College of Arts and Sciences. The Center is devoted to the scholarly study of Islam and to educating the community about Islamic religion, history, and culture. It was created through an agreement between the Youngstown Muslim community and Youngstown State University, and is directed by Mustansir Mir, University Professor of Islamic Studies in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies.
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I am the servant of Seyyed Morteza Milani from Tabriz, Iran.
Graduated from the University of Tabriz with a master’s degree in Islamic philosophy.
Is it possible to study Islamic philosophy at your university?
What are the conditions if possible?
I am sorry to say that the undergraduate program has been eliminated at YSU, and we did not have a graduate program.