Master of Science in Taxation

Program Format
Boston Residency Requirement|
Application Deadlines
Multiple start dates throughout the year; inquire for specifics
Credits Required for Graduation
30 Credits


Our Master of Science in Taxation (MST) program offers a rigorous and comprehensive curriculum designed for working professionals who are seeking career advancement in the industry.

Through our core curriculum, students gain a solid foundation and a thorough understanding of the complexities of the current taxation field. Current professionals have the opportunity to refine their knowledge through our electives, and enhance their understanding of their own field’s impact across a variety of other industries. Specialty tracks in Taxation of Entities and in Taxation of Individuals are also available.

The MST program has been approved by the College of Financial Planning in Denver, Colorado, as a program that meets the academic requirements to sit for the Certified Financial Planner Examination (TM). It has also been approved by the Massachusetts State Board of Accountancy as a program that meets the 150-hour requirement for CPA licensure, provided that you were an accounting major who has met all of the core accounting requirements set by the state board.

This degree is delivered completely online, allowing for flexible scheduling around your work and life.

Program Objectives

  • Understand the complexities of the taxation field
  • Learn tax research methodology
  • Understand federal tax issues and analysis
  • Examine current tax legislation

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