To develop the next generation of American Muslim Scholars who possess an upright and noble character through integrated training in the religious and contemporary sciences, and who are capable of meeting the modern challenges of our diverse society through guidance, service and leadership.
Aasya Peera, Graduate of 2015, Environmental Sustainability.
“IQA is where I learned the importance and value of living a life full of service and sacrifice for the sake of Allah and His creation.”
Saadia Hashmi, Graduate of 2010, Profession: Lawyer.
“To me, IQA means family, community, and support. It is the place where my foundation was laid. It is where some of my closest friendships and best memories were made. I will always cherish IQA for what Imam Yusuf hoped it could be for the community and for what it has been for me in my own personal growth.”
Ahmad Gharbieh, Graduate of 2012, Computer Science
“IQA tackles the religious awareness problem by integrating Islam into every day routine and education. Discussing ideas and thoughts openly is not considered taboo. This allows students to be comfortable and ask any questions they need to in order to really learn and love their deen.”