Tax Law LL.M. Curriculum and Requirements
Graduate Program in Taxation Curriculum
Students must complete at least two of the following:
Course descriptions for all tax course offerings can be found in the law school
Admitted students must meet both Graduate School
and School of Law requirements for graduation. A
detailed statement of graduate degree policies, the grading system, residence
requirements, and other information is available from the
Students must complete at least 36 credits within six years.
Generally, all courses must be taken in the Graduate Program in Taxation
curriculum. However, with permission of the Director, students may take up to 6 credits
of J.D. classes which can be applied to the 36-credit hour
requirement. Any additional credit hours taken at the J.D.
level will not be applied toward the LL.M. degree.
Students must have a minimum cumulative grade point average
(GPA) of 3.00 in order to graduate, as well as receive a minimum grade of 2.7 for each course
that is counted toward the LL.M. degree. While a course for
which a student receives a grade below 2.7 is not counted toward the
LL.M. degree, it is counted in calculating the student’s cumulative GPA.
Students must submit a
Master’s degree request
during the quarter after which they expect to complete the degree.
Students must be registered for at least two credits during the quarter in which the
degree is conferred.