PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

The Graduate Certificate in Estate Planning program provides practitioners with a broad-based education in the specialized field of estate planning. Designed and administered by attorneys and accountants who are estate planners, the courses in the program give students a solid foundation in federal tax law and relevant state law. Students will acquire the tools needed to advise clients on how to formulate, implement and revise estate plans.


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Some certificate courses have prerequisites that must be satisfied (through transfer of equivalent coursework, or by taking the courses at Golden Gate University) before the certificate courses can be completed.

Read more about Admission Requirements to Certificate Programs


TUITION

Taxation Courses: $3,465 per 3-unit course.

Tuition varies for other courses. See Tuition & Fees for details.


LOCATIONS

Courses in this program are offered at the following locations:

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