Program Learning Objectives
Graduates Are Prepared To:
1.1 Demonstrate competency in tax research and identify potential solutions to tax issues.
1.2 Analyze and solve tax compliance issues through the application of analytic/critical thinking skills.
1.3 Apply substantive knowledge in a variety of tax preparation projects during a professional internship experience.
2.1 Recognize and apply ethical and professional responsibility requirements to tax practice.
3.1 Professionally communicate in writing.
3.2 Professionally communicate information through oral presentations.
|BUS 417||Taxation of Corporations and Partnerships 1||4|
|GSB 529||Effective Communication Skills for Managers||4|
|GSA 536||Taxation of Trusts, Estates, and Transfer Taxes||4|
|GSA 537||State and Local Taxation||4|
|GSA 538||Current Developments in Taxation||4|
|GSA 539||Clinical Tax Education Internship||9|
|GSA 546||Tax Research and Administrative Procedures||4|
|GSA 548||Advanced Individual Taxation and Tax Planning||4|
|GSA 549||Advanced Taxation of Flow-Through Entities||4|
|GSA 550||Advanced Corporate Taxation||4|
|GSA 551||International Taxation||4|
Students who, prior to admission to the program have not successfully completed BUS 417 at Cal Poly (or an identical course elsewhere) will be required to take BUS 417 as a part of this degree program.