The online Master of Studies in Law in Taxation offers non-attorneys an opportunity to pursue advanced tax coursework through Georgetown Law. Core areas include accounting and tax law courses, in addition to added elective options. A required research and writing course does require that students attend virtual class sessions, meeting real-time with faculty and peers.
This program can be completed within a year for students enrolled full time; about three years for part time.
- Prerequisites in a basic federal income tax course either at another university or online at Georgetown
- Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited university
- Personal Statement
- Official transcripts
- Registrar's Certification Form
- Two letters of recommendation
School Accreditation Statement
Middle States Commission on Higher Education