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Deaf students are classified as People with Disabilities due to their impairment in hearing and speaking. They are categorized into three levels which are mild-deaf, moderate-deaf and severedeaf. Thus, there is a growing attention towards developing the curriculum of Islamic Education for this special needs group both at national and global level. In addressing this issue, a special Islamic Education curriculum has been implemented for both primary and secondary education in Malaysia. However, there is no special curriculum of Islamic Education for deaf students in Vocational College at this moment, as they are still using the same syllabus as the other normal students. Therefore, the researcher had conducted a study related to the needs of a specifically designed curriculum; focusing on Quranic Studies for deaf students in Vocational College. The method of the study was mainly based on qualitative approach which is semi-structured interviews. The respondents involved were 10 Quran Studies lecturers from Vocational Colleges all over Malaysia. The findings indicate that there are two essential elements that should be taken into account which are teaching methods and design technology. Thus, there is an urging need for deaf students to learn Quran through a special method which better suits their need and ability. The study also suggests that it is extremely important to develop a technology- based pedagogical module of Quranic Studies, specifically tailored for deaf students in Vocational College. This is to ensure that they will get equal prospect of learning in Quran Studies as the other normal, typical students of Vocational College.