Admission - JM - Juris Master, concentration in Taxation
To be considered for admission to the JM program, prospective students must meet the following requirements:
- Hold an undergraduate degree in accounting or business from an accredited university.
- Submit a test score of 300 on the revised GRE test or 500 on the GMAT.
- The GMAT will be waived for applicants who have successfully completed all four parts of the CPA exam.
- Applicants who have successfully completed other professional licensing requirements (e.g., Certified Financial Planner, Chartered Financial Analysts, Certified Management Accountant, etc.) can petition the admissions committee for a waiver of the GMAT requirement.
The Graduate Admissions Committee of the Law School will review all applications for admission. The committee will evaluate candidates on the likelihood of success in the program. As the primary indicator of success in the program, the committee will consider prior performance in academic and law school undertakings. However, the committee will also consider relevant practical experience.
Submit an application by March 1 for priority consideration for the Summer Cohort, or by May 1 for the Fall Cohort.