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Tax Track


The Tax track curriculum prepares students to meet the demands of a career in taxation.

"The KU MAcc tax curriculum is extremely beneficial to students who want to pursue a career in Tax. It provides students with a broad understanding of a variety of tax concepts which will broaden the spectrum of potential career interests. Further, students entering the profession following specific tax curriculum are often better equipped to dive deeper into tax issues at an earlier point in their career."

Dave Rudicel, Partner, PwC LLP
Tax Track Curriculum Overview

Required Courses
Advanced Tax
Tax Research
Taxation for Business Entities
Tax Planning

The Tax track also requires students to choose several courses from a variety of accounting and general business electives.

Download a comprehensive listing of track requirements.

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