The program of study is designed to provide in-depth exposure to the basic areas of taxation and to develop competence in the practical application of rules of taxation in the context of business and personal decision-making. Students must complete 30 hours of graduate-level course work.
Taxation Core Courses (21 hours)
Seven (7) of the following courses must be completed:
- ACCT 541 (3): Federal Income Tax Concepts
- ACCT 542 (3): Tax Research and Procedure
- ACCT 543 (3): Corporate Taxation
- ACCT 544 (3): Partnership Taxation
- ACCT 545 (3): State and Local Taxation
- ACCT 546 (3): Estate and Gift Taxation
- ACCT 547 (3): Tax Accounting Principles
- ACCT 548 (3): International Taxation
Accountancy Studies* (6 hours)
Two (2) courses must be completed:
- ACCT 571 (3): Governmental & Not for Profit Accounting
- ACCT 591 (3): CPA Review
Elective (3 hours)
- Any 500-level ACCT course not previously taken
- Any 400-level ACCT course not previously taken
- ACCT 595 (3): Internship
Elective will be selected in consultation with the Director of the Master of Accountancy program.
* Substitutions will be determined in consultation with the Director of the Master of Accountancy program when necessary.