Taxation, Masters in Business Administration

36-54 Credits
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
Queens Campus, Staten Island Campus, Manhattan Campus

Overview

The Master of Business Administration degree with a specialization in Taxation (M.B.A. – Taxation) provides the student with a broad business knowledge and prepares him or her for cross-functional decision-making. The M.B.A. curriculum gives the student a deeper understanding of management problems and the business firm’s position in the economic structure of society. The goal of the taxation specialization is to provide the student with an opportunity to focus in the technical area of taxation so that he or she will be able to enter and advance in the profession of public accounting as a tax specialist or in corporate management in the tax area. Accounting and business decisions must be evaluated in terms of possible tax implications and consequences. The M.B.A. – Taxation program will not qualify a student to sit for the CPA examination in the State of New York.

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Courses

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Admission

Contact
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
Office of Graduate Admission
8000 Utopia Parkway
111C Bent Hall
Queens, NY 11439
(718) 990-1345
TobinGradNYC@stjohns.edu

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Career Outcomes

The program will prepare graduates to:

Demonstrate the ability to apply the competencies of the discipline

  • Identify and measure measuring the tax consequences of actions taken by individuals, partnerships and corporations
  • Analyze and summarize tax data for decision making
  • Communicate and report tax findings
  • Research technical tax issues
  • Utilize and leverage technology in tax research and preparation.
  • Recognize appropriate professional behavior

Apply business knowledge and skills effectively in a variety of settings

  • Link data, knowledge, and insight from various disciplines to provide information to solve problems and make decisions, demonstrating insight, good judgment, innovation and creativity
  • Demonstrate effective written and oral (including listening) communications skills, and presentation skills targeting internal audiences (e.g. top management, functional managers, and direct report employees)

Demonstrate the ability to make strategic, integrative decisions

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental concepts/principles of core business disciplines and an ability to integrate and apply knowledge that runs across a variety of core business disciplines
  • Formulate managerial and strategic business decisions for a rapidly globalizing business environment
  • Demonstrate development of personal and team-level decision skills, i.e., to secure team participation and “buy-in” for a range of business issues, policies, and strategic decision making activities

Demonstrate an understanding of professional responsibility, ethical obligations, and social awareness

  • Identify the nature, range and scope of ethical considerations and legal ramifications of a business decision and propose a course of action for individuals and firms
  • Describe and give examples of the strategic and managerial challenges of not-for-profit community based organizations, and other charitable service organizations

Demonstrate competency in the global aspects of business

  • Identify local, national and global current events and understand their impact on society and business
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