The Rutgers Business School Master of Accountancy in Taxation is a 30-credit, online-hybrid, part-time program designed for the busy, working professional. It is highly flexible and provides a competitive advantage for professionals seeking to advance in the field of taxation. It also satisfies the 150-hour requirement for the CPA exam.
Students have the option to attend classes virtually in real-time, which provides an added level of convenience in addition to the benefits of the traditional classroom experience. The combination of top-quality faculty, student successes, and high return on investment helped to rank the program as #5 of the top Master’s in Taxation programs in the US.
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This program imparts basic knowledge of the major technical, conceptual, and research issues in the area of tax and taxation and provides training in the practical and procedural aspects of taxation.
You will also explore the ethical and legal obligations of practicing in the area of taxation, and collaborating with the Rutgers University-Newark School of Law, will have the opportunity to take some of these courses at the law school.
A Convenient and Flexible “Classroom” Experience
Using web-based technology, students are allowed the flexibility of attending class wherever it is most convenient for them. Courses are live-streamed from the classroom in real-time so you can attend classes in person on the Newark campus or off-site through video conferencing. Exams are held in person; however, the online option greatly reduces the time spent commuting.
A selection of core courses are also held at our New Brunswick campus and satellite location in Morristown on nights and weekends offering further flexibility. Classes are recorded to allow the opportunity to review lectures and make-up classes on your own time. Wherever you live in the New York and New Jersey area, the Master of Accountancy in Taxation at Rutgers Business School makes it possible to fit earning a tax degree into your busy schedule.
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Professor and Director of Master of Accountancy in Taxation
Professor Jay Soled is a tenured professor at Rutgers University and Director of Rutgers Masters in Taxation Program. He is admitted to practice in New Jersey, the U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey, and New York. He is a member of the Essex County (Section of Taxation) and American...