Executive LL.M. in Tax

Residency

Students admitted to the Executive LLM program can complete the entire degree by participating in online courses.  They may take up to 12 credits on campus in Greenwich Village if they wish.  If they wish to take more courses on campus, they may freely transfer into the part-time program.

Please note that our online programs are not available in all states.  At this time we are unable to accept new distance-learning students who will undertake their studies from within the following seven states: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Minnesota, Montana*, Oregon, and Wisconsin.

*We hope to complete Montana’s authorization process soon and will update this list in the event we receive approval to educate Montana citizens.

Additionally, students from the following four states may enroll, but may not take examinations in these states: Delaware, Kentucky, Rhode Island, and West Virginia.  Potential applicants from these states should contact John Stephens (john.stephens@nyu.edu) prior to applying to see if they are able to examine in these states either online or in-person under applicable state law.  It may be possible for residents of these states to instead examine on campus in New York or from another state.

States may have unique complaint processes available, and a list of those can be found here, compiled by SHEEO (State Higher Education Executive Officers Association).

Special Information for Maryland Residents:

NYU has been approved by the state of Maryland to offer online courses to residents of that state, per recent state legislation.  We are required to post certain required information on our website which relates to our program's registration status with the state as well as procedures for Maryland residents to file complaints or grievances. 

First, our student handbook (section J. Student Grievance Procedure) provides the universities policies and procedures in this regard. 

Second, we note the following, per Maryland's requirements:

MARYLAND HIGHER EDUCATION COMMISSION Student Complaint Process - Institutions of Higher Education

A student must first exhaust the complaint/grievance procedures established by the institution. Disposition of specific types of complaints:

A student shall submit a specific type of complaint to the appropriate agency or organization as described below. 

A complaint pertaining to occupational licensure requirements shall be submitted to the appropriate licensing board or entity. The student shall obtain contact information from the institution.

A complaint concerning compliance with the standards of accreditation shall be submitted to the accrediting agency. The student shall obtain contact information from the institution.

A complaint pertaining to potential violations of consumer protection shall be submitted to: Consumer Protection Division Office of the Attorney General, 200 Saint Paul Place, Baltimore, Maryland 21202, Telephone: 410-528-8662 More information is available at: http://www.oag.state.md.us/Consumer/complaint.htm .

A complaint concerning discrimination shall be submitted to: Office for Civil Rights, Philadelphia Office, U.S. Department of Education, 100 Penn Square East, Suite 515, Philadelphia, PA 19107-3323 Telephone: 215-656-8541 More information is available at: <http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/howto.html?src=rt >

Disposition of complaints involving alleged violations of the Education Article or the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) Title 13B Maryland Higher Education Commission. A student shall submit a complaint involving an alleged violation of the Education Article or COMAR Title 13B to the Commission. The complaint shall in writing and signed by the student. (MHEC Student Complaint Form)

The Commission will acknowledge and investigate a complaint involving an alleged violation of the Education Article or COMAR Title 13B. The Commission will ask the institutional President to look into the matter and report back to the Commission. The Commission staff may interview the institution’s employees and the complainant as part of its investigation. The Commission may take regulatory action based on its review and in accordance with the Education Article and COMAR Title 13B. A complaint pertaining to matters other than the Education Article or COMAR Title 13B will not be entertained by the Commission, and will not be referred to another agency or organization.

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