The specialization in Taxation is designed for the Master of Accounting students who wish to expand their knowledge in the area of taxation. Many candidates for the specialization will be practicing public accounting professionals desiring to improve their skills. For this reason, a practical viewpoint will prevail, i.e., an emphasis on case-problem solution analysis.
This specialization will be awarded to those who complete four courses (12 graduate credit hours) at St. Thomas University from the following graduate taxation courses at the same time as they complete the MAC degree:
ACC 505 Advanced Taxation
ACC 755* Seminar: Selected Topics in Accounting
ACC 781 International Taxation
ACC 783 Tax Research
ACC 785 Taxation of Estates, Trusts and Gifts
ACC 786 Advanced Corporate Taxation
ACC 788 "S" Corporation and Partnership Taxation
*Taxation topics only, e.g., Seminar: State and Local Taxation.