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Muslim Religious Scholars

Education and Training Requirements

High School

In high school, you can prepare for a lifetime of study and critical-thinking by taking classes in religion, philosophy, history, social studies, business, science, mathematics, and speech. You’ll, of course, want to become skilled at reading, writing, and speaking Arabic, but keep in mind that Muslims come from many different countries and speak many different languages. Being able to communicate in Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, Persian, and other languages will increase your value as a scholar.

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