A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.
The study of taxation is a good way for students to prepare to pursue careers in finance or to better manage budgets and money. Subjects covered in a taxation program might include tax codes, international tax law, budgeting, deductions, and tax enforcement.
The University of Hartford, Barney School of Business offers a variety of programs for students seeking advanced education in the fields of Accounting and Taxation. Stude
The University of Hartford, Barney School of Business offers a variety of programs for students seeking advanced education in the fields of Accounting and Taxation. Students can earn the master’s degree in as few as seven months, or at their own pace, and meet the 150-hour CPA licensing requirement.
Our programs are taught by full-time resident faculty and adjunct faculty who have a wealth of knowledge in the field. Students can choose from online and in-class options and our rolling admissions process allows new students to enroll in the fall, spring, and summer terms.
For students seeking certificate programs, our accounting certificate provides students who have an undergraduate degree in a field other than accounting the opportunity to take a series of essential undergraduate accounting courses. Students with a master’s degree in accounting, a JD degree, or who are current CPAs may take a series of graduate taxation courses in the Post-Graduate Taxation Certificate program....
Manderson Graduate School of Business The University of Alabama
Whether working federally, for a major corporation or as a personal accountant, tax accounting is one of the fastest changing fields in business. The Master of Tax Accoun
Master of Tax Accounting
Whether working federally, for a major corporation or as a personal accountant, tax accounting is one of the fastest changing fields in business. The Master of Tax Accounting degree program takes a multi-dimensional approach to educating the modern tax specialist. The program develops the taxation system and the interrelationships that exist between it and accounting theory, a knowledge of the law as it relates to taxation, and the tools necessary for research and communication in taxation. Graduates are prepared to research tax, legal and accounting databases related to tax problems and to make tax-related decisions. By drawing on their comprehensive knowledge of accounting and taxation, Manderson graduates always come out ahead....
University of Washington Foster School of Business
The MPAcc at UW responds by preparing accounting professionals with quality education, strong ethics, innovative thinking, and excellent oral and written communication sk
There has never been a greater need for leadership and integrity in the accounting profession. The Master of Professional Accounting (MPAcc) Program at the University of Washington's Michael G. Foster School of Business responds by preparing accounting professionals with quality education, strong ethics, innovative thinking, and excellent oral and written communication skills.
The Master of Professional Accounting (MPAcc) in Taxation prepares graduate students for high-level careers in taxation, where economic decision-making depends on an in-depth knowledge of the tax code and its ramifications. The program offers broad training in the technical aspects and complexities of both corporate and personal taxation. Students learn to use tax law to optimize tax planning and compliance and gain a thorough understanding of the underlying theory of taxation, as well as tax policy considerations. MPAcc students also work to develop their communication skills and the attitudes, ethics, and sense of personal and social responsibility that accompany their profession....
Students will learn about the taxation of individuals and businesses from leaders in the field, including former IRS agents/CPAs/Tax Attorneys. Topics range from individu
Thomas Jefferson School of Law has offered Taxation to non-attorneys since 2008 and is a leader in the field. For more information, email email@example.com Students will learn about the taxation of individuals and businesses from leaders in the field, including former IRS agents/CPAs/Tax Attorneys. Topics range from individual taxation, business taxation, estate planning, and international taxation. With the increasing government regulation in the field, this is a growing area of employment and a ripe time to gain knowledge in the arena.
The program is offered entirely online and can be completed in a year while working full time. There is no residency requirement. Financial aid options are available for eligible students. There are rolling admissions, with 6 start dates a year. Contact us now to start your application process. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org...