Salary RangeBelow $25,000 to $100,000+
Muslim religious scholars study the Quran and other holy texts, conduct research on the history of Islam, publish research papers and books, teach students about Islam, and study current issues in Islam (such as Islamic finance, public policy, and the religion’s relationship with the West). Some very experienced and learned scholars interpret Sharia (Islamic law) and issue fatwas, which are religious rulings on an aspect of Sharia.
Minimum Education LevelBachelor's Degree
OutlookAbout as Fast as the Average
Islamic Religious Scholar