An MA, or Master of Arts, is a postgraduate degree that furthers studies in a particular discipline or career path. It is available full or part-time, and the program length will vary depending on the specific program.
What is an MA in Taxation? This program is designed for students who have a bachelor's degree in law, economics, or business and want to further their career in the tax arena. Tax law sets the background of this degree, and central themes for this master’s degree include an understanding of accounting, international transactions, and principles of the business industry. Graduates will be able to understand the relationship between the practice of law and international companies. Classes may include advanced taxation of corporations; tax compliance, policy, and research; tax research methods; professional auditing; and government and non-profit accounting.
Earning a Master in Taxation has numerous benefits. By broadening their tax expertise, current tax professionals can expand their career options and possibly land higher paying jobs. Current students have a variety of international opportunities available to them.
Students can earn their master’s degree in taxation in schools throughout the world. Costs can vary depending on program length, program requirements, and school location. It is always a good idea to contact your top picks directly and ask about tuition and other fees involved.
There are many career options for graduates with a Master in Taxation. There are opportunities as a tax accountant or advisor in small and large accounting firms, corporate tax departments, law firms, state departments of revenue, the IRS, banks, investment firms, and in private practice. Graduates may also work as auditors or financial managers.
If you are interested in a taxation career, don’t put off earning a degree any longer. Our online database can help you research and compare all of the available programs being offered. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Are you passionate about taxes? Do you have a bachelor’s degree in financial law, economics, business administration, or a related field? And are you ready to take the ne
Are you passionate about taxes? Do you have a bachelor’s degree in financial law, economics, business administration, or a related field? And are you ready to take the next step in your career? Then you should consider doing the American specialisation of the master’s in International and European Tax Law. This one –year master’s programme is jointly offered by Maastricht University and the University of Aruba. It focusses on corporate taxation and international tax planning with particular reference to Europe and the Americas. You’ll combine legal and economic approaches with policy and practice, and you’ll gain insight into the interdependence of corporate structures, investment, cross-border employment and tax law. Upon graduation, you’ll find yourself in an enviable position. Thanks to their broad knowledge of financial and business matters, many of our graduates are highly in demand in the job market. And the international orientation of your degree will open up job opportunities in many different countries....