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Master of Science in Accountancy, Taxation

Concurrent Juris Doctorate Program

Master of Science in Accountancy, Taxation

Course Number and TitleCredits
The MSAT degree requires a minimum of 30 hours.
Taxation Courses
Selections from:
ACCT 502 Advanced Tax Topics (3 cr)
ACCT 517 Environmental Accounting and Taxation (3 cr)
ACCT 520 Tax Research (3 cr)
ACCT 525 Partnership Tax Law (3 cr)
ACCT 530 Corporate Tax Law I (3 cr)
ACCT 533 Corporate Tax Law II (3 cr)
ACCT 535 Estate and Gift Taxation (3 cr)
ACCT 540 Taxation of Non-Profit Organizations (3 cr)
ACCT 545 Real Estate Tax Law (3 cr)
ACCT 560 Income Taxation of Trusts and Estates (3 cr)
ACCT 565 Deferred Compensation Taxation (3 cr)
ACCT 570 Multi-State Taxation (3 cr)
ACCT 575 International Taxation (3 cr)
ACCT 579 Personal Financial Planning (3 cr)
ACCT 585 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (1 cr)
ACCT 590 Practicum/Internship (3 cr)
15-30
Accountancy Electives
Selections from:
ACCT 505 Advanced Auditing (3 cr)
ACCT 510 Advanced Financial Reporting (3 cr)
ACCT 512 Financial Reporting Theory (3 cr)
ACCT 514 Advanced Managerial Accounting (3 cr)
ACCT 516 Financial Analysis and Valuation (3 cr)
ACCT 518 International Financial Reporting (3 cr)
ACCT 580 Selected Accounting Topics (3 cr)
0-15
Subtotal Taxation and Accountancy Classes21-30
Non-Accountancy Electives
Elective chosen from non-accountancy graduate courses.
0-9
Total30
Non-Accountancy Electives must be approved by the student’s graduate advisor.
For students in the concurrent JD/MSAT program, 9 credits of law can be used toward the 9 credits of non-accountancy electives and 3 transfer credits will replace another taxation course.