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Got $40K and a Love for Tax Law? University of Denver’s Master of Taxation and LL.M of Taxation are Now Available Online

What an age we live in. When I was 23, all the internet was good for was sending emails, arguing in chat rooms, and searching for nude photos of Gillian Anderson. Fast forward a little more than a decade, and now an aspiring tax professional can garner a top-notch education without leaving the comfort of their parent’s basement.  

According to my bio on the sidebar to the right, I am a proud alumnae  alumni alumnus of the University of Denver’s Graduate Tax Program. For a variety of reasons, attending the program was the single best decision I’ve made in my career. Just sayin’.

From the website:

Participating in GTP Online is restricted to students who live more than 50 miles from Denver. Unlimited access to a computer and a broadband Internet connection are required. All commonly available computer operating systems are supported, for both PCs and Macs, and no special software need be purchased.

To apply, use the Graduate Tax Program application for admission available on this website or in the GTP bulletin. Check the box for “GTP Online” or write “ONLINE” in large letters at the top of the first page of the application.

Tuition and course materials for GTP Online cost the same as for onsite students. Online students will incur some additional costs for shipping materials and paying exam proctors.