International Tax Curriculum

The Master of Jurisprudence (M.Jur.) curriculum in International Tax is 30-credit-hour program. The Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Tax is a 24-credit-hour program. This program offers a competitive advantage to any tax professional, including lawyers, accountants, finance executive, and economist, that advises multinational clients on business and investment, or that works within a tax (risk management) department.

Courses may include:
      ​     Introduction to the U.S. Legal System (2 credits, required) 
           Ethics in Decision Making (1 credit, required to graduate)
      ​     International Taxation & Treaties I (3 credits) 
      ​     International Taxation & Treaties II (3 credits) 
Transfer Pricing I (3 credits)
Tax Risk Management (3 credits)
International Tax Planning (3 credits)
U.S. International Tax (3 credits)

Transfer Pricing II (3 credits)
FATCA & CRS (3 credits)
Country Tax Systems (3 credits)
EU Taxation (3 credits)
Customs & Excises (3 credits)

  • The Master of Laws (LL.M.) candidates must complete at least 24 credits to be eligible to graduate.
  • The Master of Jurisprudence (M.Jur.) candidates must complete at least 30 credits to be eligible to graduate.
  • All candidates must complete the Ethics in Decision Making course to be eligible to graduate.

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