There is a broad range of scientific fields gathered into faculties as part of UIII’s studies in the future. In the first stage, UIII will begin with four Faculties: The Faculty of Islamic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Economics and Business, and Faculty of Education.
The UIII's teaching program is similar to graduate programs in other higher education institutions, where learning activities are conducted at the graduate and doctoral levels. UIII examines Islam and society through various disciplines, which already have established theories and methodologies. The Indonesian International Islamic University as a university does not incorporate all studies into a single institution but accommodates them in Faculties.
The faculty is an academic institution that brings together and, at the same time, differentiates the branches of knowledge according to its basic tenet and methodology. The faculty accommodates various disciplines of study from the same branch in considerable numbers.
The Faculty of Islamic Studies hosts an interdisciplinary overview of the basic universal values of Islam by critically examining the foundational and non-foundational sources of Islam.
The Faculty of Social Sciences hosts sociology, political science, psychology, anthropology, to geography.
The Faculty of Economics and Business hosts economics, Islamic economics, digital economics, banking and finance, Islamic banking & finance, digital business, etc.
The Faculty of Education hosts the study of traditionally defined fields such as the history of education, philosophy of education, and sociology and anthropology of education, sociology, and anthropology of education.
There is a broad range of scientific fields gathered into faculties as part of the UIII’s studies. In the future, UIII plans to develop at least seven Faculties: Faculty of Economics and Business, Faculty of Islamic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Science and Technology, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Arts and Architecture.