The main objective of this report is to examine and compare the existing curricula of graduate programs in the field of Islamic economics and finance in the World, the likes of which emerged in foreign countries long ago, and to identify their deficiencies and offer solutions. In the light of available data, a quantitative technique through tables and graphics is utilized and descriptive results are provided. The curriculum applied by the universities are explained in their web sites, which are used in this research. The compiled information shows that there are three main trends: Full-fledged curriculum, curriculum within the mainstream, and research and course-based curricula. Subsequently, by means of these descriptive results, comparison and critical analysis methods are used. Lastly, the final results of the report are presented.