- STEM designated program
Geared to practicing accountants in fields of public, corporate and governmental accounting, and to lawyers, financial managers and planners who need extensive information and formal study in taxation. The program is practitioner-focused and is strongly linked to business practice. Outstanding faculty members bring the highest level of expertise into the classroom. Students select courses from an innovative and state-of-the-art curriculum. Computer applications are integrated in the total curriculum where appropriate. All courses are taught based on the most up-to-date tax laws, and the implications of proposed changes in tax legislation are discussed.
- Evaluate and apply fundamental accounting and tax principles, concepts and laws to a variety of business and non-business situations
- Demonstrate an understanding of professional responsibilities and ethical decision making in accounting and tax settings
- Master the ability to communicate in a clear, concise and effective manner in both written and oral form
- Demonstrate the ability to efficiently and effectively research and resolve complex tax issues by analyzing tax codes, regulations, rulings and interpretations
- Blend knowledge and skill sets from different disciplinary areas to develop effective business, tax and financial strategies.
Curriculum: 1-2 Years, 30 Credits
|TAX 660||Individual Taxation & Plann||3|
|TAX 662||Corporation Taxation & Plann||3|
|TAX 664||Tax Research & Profe Responsi||3|
|TAX 765||Tax of Flow-Through Entities||3|
|TAX 794||IRS Tax Procedures||3|
|TAX 795||Estate Planning & Taxation||3|
|Designated Elective Courses in Taxation||12|