Established in 1945, the Graduate Tax Program was the first—and is still the foremost—program of its kind. With 13 full-time faculty and more than 40+ adjuncts and 50+ courses, it has everything you need to advance your career in tax. The program is known for its rigorous curriculum and vibrant intellectual life, which includes prestigious lectures, numerous panel discussions, practice-focused events, and networking opportunities for students and alumni. 

Which graduate tax program is right for you?
 

You're a recent JD seeking an entry-level position in the US.

Full-time LLM in Taxation

  • Applicants should have excellent academic credentials and a strong interest in taxation. Some students have prior legal experience.

  • A two-semester on-campus program begins each Fall.

  • Program size: 110-115 students per year. 

You're a tax lawyer practicing in the New York area.

Part-time LLM in Taxation

  • Students generally take 3 to 5 years to complete the program.
  • Offers evening and summer courses. Some courses may be completed online.
  • Program size: 130-150 students 
You're a tax lawyer practicing outside of the New York area.

Executive LLM in Taxation

  • A part-time online degree program, typically completed in 3 to 5 years of study. 
  • Applicants should have 5 to 15 years of experience of practice.  
  • Applicants must hold a JD or LLB from a school approved by the Section on Legal Education of the American Bar Association or a bachelor of laws degree from a non-US law school approved by its foreign equivalent.
  • There are a few countries or territories that are not eligible for the program.
  • Program size: 90-110 students
You're a tax lawyer whose degree is from outside of the US.

LLM in International Taxation

  • The typical student has been practicing tax law outside of the US for a few years.
  • A two-semester on-campus program begins in mid-August and ends in May.  
  • Half of graduates remain to work short term in the US;  a quarter remain in the US long-term.
  • Program size: 18-28 students each year.
You're a tax lawyer interested in a single area, but not an LLM.

Advanced Professional Certificates in Taxation

  • Three areas of concentration: estate planning, international taxation, and corporate taxation. 
  • Part-time programs, some of which can be completed online.
  • Students cannot double count credit from their LLM towards these certificates.
You're a tax practitioner, but not an attorney.

Masters of Studies in Law in Taxation

  • Applicants are typically CPAs and economists who work closely with attorneys on complex transactional tax issues)
  • Applicants should have more than three years work experience.
  • Part-time program. Online-only.
  • Features the same online courses as the Executive LLM in Taxation program.