For the MS in Taxation online, the 30 hour curriculum includes 16 semester credit hours of required tax courses that span topics related to corporate, individual and other entity structures and 14 semester credit hours of electives to satisfy degree requirements. All courses are 2 credit hours and run 7 weeks. Please note, this is subject to change based on university discretion.
For conditionally admitted students that need to complete basic business knowledge (BBK) coursework, your academic adviser will share the courses chosen for your specific needs. Topics covered in BBK courses for MS Taxation include Economics, Management, Finance and Accounting.
To register for these courses, students should be enrolled in the College of Business and enrolled in one of the following programs: Masters of Science, Doctoral or a Graduate Certificate.
Students may be able to selectively substitute elective courses to match specific career interests, subject to the approval of the Program Director.
The proposed schedule is a guide and is subject to change based on curriculum modifications and faculty availability. To learn more about our course offerings, review a sample of our curriculum.
Beginning in the Fall 2019 admission cycle, the MS Taxation program does not require a GMAT or GRE score for admission.
You do not. Classes are asynchronous. You can log on anytime 24/7 to complete your coursework.
To enhance your experience and learning, many of our instructors offer online office hours held at a predetermined date and time.
Our faculty members are very responsive to our students. They provide office hours and oftentimes their personal phone numbers, so students may easily schedule time to discuss questions or issues.
The University of Cincinnati is one of the first institutions to offer online courses. Innovation in education is at the forefront of what we do. We have expanded the convenience and quality of our online learning to online degree programs. Today, we offer nearly 100 degrees from undergraduate to doctoral programs.
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