The Master of Business Administration ( MBA ) in Taxation
The MBA program in taxation provides the broad-based managerial and tax background as well as the necessary research tools for those who plan to specialize in tax planning and tax counseling. Students who would like a more intensive specialization in taxation should consider the MS in taxation program.
Candidates with an undergraduate degree in accounting and an MBA or MS in taxation may, with certain additional courses, be eligible for a reduction in the professional experience requirement satisfactory to the State Board of CPA Examiners. Faculty advisors can provide students with the necessary information.
Courses in Major (12 credits)
||Principles of Federal Income Taxation||
|TAX 9866||Corporate Taxation I||
|TAX 9868||Partnership Taxation||
|TAX 9900||Tax Procedures and Professional Responsibility in Tax Practice||
Note: Students are not limited to taking only four courses in their major and may use their nine general elective credits to take additional taxation courses if they wish.
For further information, contact:
Prof. Masako Darrough
Chair, Stan Ross Department of Accountancy
Address: 151 E. 25th St. Room 820 (between Lexington and Third Avenues)
Phone: (646) 312-1300
Fax: (646) 312-1301
Website: Graduate Admissions
Office of Graduate Studies
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