The one-year M.S. in Taxation is designed to educate students in the methodology of tax research and to help students develop the ability to analyze and interpret tax law, regulations, cases and related material. The program is designed to meet the growing need and demand for tax advisors, consultants, and executives to deal with complex tax considerations involved in virtually every business and financial transaction.
Accounting and Law
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School of Business
Transcripts, 3 Letters of Recommendation (one academic reference is required, however two academic references are preferred), GMAT, Resume, Statement of goals
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Admission consideration requires students to have an undergraduate degree in Accounting, or the equivalent. The application deadline for International Students is February 1.
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