Northeastern University D’Amore-McKim School of Business’ Online MS in Taxation helps students cultivate the knowledge and skills needed to excel in the ever-changing realm of tax laws and regulations.
Build In-Demand Tax Skills for a Changing Industry
Students explore the latest challenges brought about by developments in technology, federal laws, and international policies through a strategic, future-focused lens. Classwork provides exposure to analyzing the Internal Revenue Code, understanding changing tax legislation, and adding value through planning opportunities.
Select a Track
Students may specialize their studies by selecting either a track in taxation of entities or taxation of individuals. In the taxation of entities track, students will advance their expertise in local, state, and international taxation; flow-through entities; and corporate accounting. In the taxation of individuals track, students will expand their knowledge of insurance, investments, trusts and estates, income tax liabilities, and retirement plans. If students prefer not to specialize, they may select electives from both tracks.
Integrate Classroom and Professional Experiences
Students will benefit from real-world experiences that help them gain a fresh perspective while using relevant skills. They apply their knowledge to actual business challenges through class projects.
Learn from Anywhere, Anytime
Listen to lectures, access course materials, and submit assignments by deadlines in this 100% online program. All courses are seven weeks long, and you’ll focus on one class at a time for an intensive learning experience.
Students may enroll in this 30-semester-hour master’s degree for online study.
|ACCT 5230||Federal Tax Issues and Analysis||3|
|ACCT 5232||Estate and Gift Taxation||3|
|ACCT 6231||Corporations and Shareholders||3|
|ACCT 6235||Partners and Partnerships||3|
|ACCT 6292||Tax Research, Practice, and Ethics||3|
|In consultation with advisor, complete 15 graduate-level semester hours for which prerequisites have been met:||15|
|Taxation of Entities Track|
|State and Local Taxation|
|International Taxation: Inbound Transactions|
|International Taxation: Outbound Transactions|
|Advanced Flow-Through Entities|
|Tax Accounting for Income Taxes|
|Taxation of Individuals Track|
|Income Taxation of Trusts and Estates|
|Financial Planning for Investments|
|Financial Planning for Insurance|
|Planning for Estate Tax Issues|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
30 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required