A high need for Islamic economic human resources today demands Islamic economics education with a comprehensive curriculum in terms of both muamalah jurisprudence (sharia) as well as the financial side to produce Islamic economics graduates (bachelor, master and doctorate) that are qualified in both fields
Islamic education in Indonesia economy is growing very rapidly. Until now, there were 12 colleges open Islamic country study program or department of Islamic economics. In addition, there are 7 private Islamic colleges and 7 public universities open courses and majors alike. Islamic economics programs at various universities are opening undergraduate, master, and doctoral.
There are two formation models of Islamic economic institutions in Indonesia. First, the formation of major or concentration that carries the specific nomenclature of Islamic economics and formation of a college that specializes in the study of Islam or Islamic economics. Various names of Islamic economics courses offered by universities in Indonesia, among other are Muamalah, Islamic Economics, Islamic Economics Law, Islamic Economic, Islamic Finance, Sharia Finance, Islamic financial Management, Sharia Business Law and Islamic banks.
Standards used in the formation of Islamic economics curriculum in Indonesia, among others are the creation of the Islamic Human Resources and offset are met with adequate supply, the number of Islamic economics expert who also explore the science of Fiqh, Usul Fiqh, Fiqh Tenets, etc. Colleges also must prepare graduates with quality output and meet the qualification requirements and the development of the Islamic finance industry
In the medium term between 5 to 10 years, Indonesia still needs as many as 38.940 people to from bachelor degree to the doctoral level in the field of Islamic economics while in the long run, between 10 to 30 years, it takes about 125.790 people from bachelor degree to the doctoral level. Therefore, to meet this requirement, Islamic colleges and public universities in Indonesia are reviewing the establishment of Islamic economics courses more and more varied. Some colleges even do not have sharia economics major at all and now are reviewing the establishment of Islamic economics graduate programs, while colleges that already have Islamic economic undergraduate program continues to conduct a review to establish a master and doctoral programs.
In addition to a undergraduate and master programs of Islamic economics, Islamic economics education in Indonesia is also supported by the centers of Islamic economic studies contained in various universities. Islamic economics is the study center undertakes research and publishes journals on economics and Islamic finance.
Islamic economics studies center in Indonesia, among others are the Islamic Center for Business and Economic Studies (CI-BEST) Bogor Agricultural Institute (IPB), UNS Center for Islamic Economic Studies, Islamic Economic Development Laboratory (LPEI) of Airlangga University, Center of Islamic Economic Studies (CIES) Bank Indonesia of West Java, Center for Islamic Research and Economic Development (FPEB UPI), UNPAD Center for Islamic Economic Studies, Center for Islamic Economic Study and Development (P3EI) Islamic University of Indonesia, P3EI UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta.