In order to meet minimum University admission requirements, an applicant must have:
- An earned bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution, or a comparable degree from an international institution, with a minimum 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) grade point average (GPA) in all coursework attempted while registered as an upper-division undergraduate student working towards a bachelor's degree; or
- A graduate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution, or a comparable degree from an international institution; and
- Test scores from a nationally standardized graduate admission test which is acceptable for the program to which the applicant is applying.
In addition to the above, all students must be in good academic standing at the last institution in order to be considered for graduate study.
- Business Condition Analysis
- Research in Federal taxation
- Seminar in Corporate taxation
- Seminar in Pass through Entities and Fiduciaries
- Seminar in Federal Taxation of estates and gifts
- Multijurisdictional Tax
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Plus 5 elective courses