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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.

Important Note:

Graduate certificate admission is limited to domestic students. Students that plan to study on an F or J Visa may apply to graduate programs only.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Applicants should hold a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited US institution or the equivalent from a recognized foreign (outside the US) institution, and provide official transcripts.
  • Master's degree holders only need to submit transcripts from previous graduate programs. However, applicants are encouraged to submit all transcripts to maximize transfer credit.
  • Applicants whose native language is not English must meet the English Language Proficiency Admission Requirements.
  • Applicants who earned a CPA license can waive the English Language requirement.
  • Applicants with an undergraduate GPA below 3.00 should submit a statement of purpose and a resume.
    The statement of purpose should address the circumstances that may have led the applicants to poor academic performance, what had changed and why they think they'll be successful now.
  • F-1 Visa holders are not eligible.

TOTAL UNITS — 12

REQUIRED COURSES — 12 UNITS

TA 325
Estate and Gift Taxation
TA 334
Estate Planning
TA 337
Individual Retirement Plans and Distributions
TA 344
Federal Income Taxation of Trusts and Estates

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