Graduate Certificate in

STATE AND LOCAL TAXATION

The Graduate Certificate in State and Local Taxation is designed for tax professionals who want to build a broad-based understanding of state and local tax issues. The program also provides competency in multistate tax research to effectively develop answers to client questions and planning options.

The focus of the program is on the taxation of business entities (particularly those that operate in a multistate environment), but residency and personal income-tax issues are also covered.

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TOTAL UNITS — 12

REQUIRED COURSES — 3 UNITS

Select one of the following:
TA 315
Multistate Taxation of Business Entities (Other States)
TA 320
Multistate Taxation of California Business Entities

ELECTIVES COURSES — 9 UNITS

Student can take both TA 320 and TA 315 (above), and count one as the required course and the other as an elective course.

Select three from the following list:
TA 323
Multistate Taxation of Individuals and Trusts/Estates
TA 341
State Tax Research, Practice and Procedure
TA 346K
Washington State and Local Tax
TA 348
California Sales and Use Taxation
TA 396W
Multistate Sales and Use Taxation

TA 346K is offered on-site at the Seattle campus only.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Students currently enrolled in the MST program can count the classes listed under "Curriculum" towards the completion of their MST Degree.

Please note that some courses taken as part of certificate programs will have prerequisites. These prerequisites must be satisfied (through transfer of equivalent coursework or through taking the courses at Golden Gate) before the certificate courses can be completed.

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