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Taxation - LL.M. Degrees

The LL.M. - Master of Law (Tax) requires the completion of 24 hours of graduate coursework. Students can complete the program in one year by enrolling in four courses a semester. 

Cohorts begin in August with a required online orientation session prior to the start of classes. The summer orientation introduces students to the interactive technologies and curriculum, and provides the opportunity to meet professors, staff and each other.

The course of study prepares students for a practice specializing in tax law. Students can choose electives that focuses on either Estate Planning or Business Tax.

Required Courses

  • Tax Research
  • Personal Income Tax
  • Capital Transactions
  • Partnership
  • Corporate Tax
  • Tax Procedure

Elective Courses

  • Estate and Gift
  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Accounting for Lawyers
  • Tax Exempt Organizations
  • Income Tax of Estates and Trusts
  • State and Local
  • Consolidated Returns
  • Executive Compensation
  • International Tax
  • Estate Planning
  • Ethics
  • Criminal Tax Procedure

Find more curriculum information or review the course of study here.