Prior to Zaytuna College
Dr. Qureshi served for seven years as the principal and dean of academics for a parochial school located in Chicago’s West suburbs. While in Chicago, he completed his Ph.D. in Cultural and Educational Policy at Loyola University in 2016. His dissertation, entitled “Badr al-Dīn Ibn Jamāʿah and the Highest Good of Islamic Education,” was on the identity of religious educational institutions in the United States.
Additionally, Dr. Qureshi has studied and teaches texts in Islamic Law – Shāfiʿī, Kalām theology, Islamic Legal Theory (usūl al-fiqh), Qurʾānic sciences and exegesis, Ḥadīth nomenclature, Prophetic Biography and Islamic History.
- Disciplinarity and Islamic Education
- Islamic Perspectives on Clinical Intervention Near the End-of-Life: We Can But Must We
- When Must a Patient Seek Healthcare? Brining the Perspective of Islamic Jurists and Clinicians into Dialogue
Education: Ph.D., Cultural and Educational Policy Studies, Loyola University, M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction, University of Missouri, BA Biology, University of Missouri