Integration of Naqli and Aqli in

Human Sciences

We aim to become a ‘Glocal’ High-impact Islamic institution that is globally recognized, and locally engaged with our stakeholders and society. The integration of Naqli and Aqli in Human Sciences at USIM emphasizes on 5 key areas:

  • Health and Social Wellbeing

  • Sustainability

  • Diversity and Inclusivity

  • Cyber Security and Digital Wellbeing

  • Knowledge for Change

Health and Social Wellbeing

We seek to finding solutions to problems related to obesity, nutrition and food biotechnology. Our Dentistry Faculty members are committed to gaining measures to improve dental and oral health. Our mental health and counselling clinics are devoted to helping students, staff and communities to manage and finding potential solutions in facing challenges.


Our Sustainability Agenda is aimed towards creating resilient communities and is manifested in our research and community initiatives, as well as substantially built upon revealed and rational knowledge that are supported by empirical studies and human ingenuity

Diversity and Inclusivity

Human Sciences at USIM engage with diversity and inclusivity agenda for people with special needs, children, young people, elderlies and minorities.

Our philosophies on diversity and social inclusivity bolstered in research and community engagement relating to indigenous people. Studies on major language & education research into religious harmony and management in Islam.

Cyber Security and Digital Wellbeing

Human Sciences at USIM also focus on cyber-security and digital wellbeing. These initiatives not only aiming at enhancing human interactions, personal and professional development but also contribute to creating a safe environment for teaching, learning, entertainment and co-creation.

Our research into Big Data, Risk Management, Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things are paramount to the socioeconomic wellbeing

Knowledge for Change

Human sciences at USIM committed to cultivating knowledge for change. Preparing students, academics, and the nation for change; including ways, we respond to the pandemic and socio-economic, cultural, and technological challenges.