Taxation Graduate Certificates

In light of the old adage about the only two certainties in life, the field of taxation, of course, needs little introduction. It is a complex, highly specialized field, and one that has a steady need for professionals with the relevant expertise.

Whether you're an undergraduate student wishing to enter the field of taxation and needing additional hours to sit for the CPA exam, or a practicing professional looking to add a tax credential to your profile, Lindner's taxation certificates may be a good fit for your needs.

The certificate in corporate taxation focuses on a variety of tax compliance issues for corporations. Holders of this specialized certificate will find opportunities in public accounting, corporate accounting and government. The certificate is made up of 12 semester credits, including six core credits. This certificate is only available online.

Corporate taxation certificate curriculum
  Course number Course title Credit hours
Core
6 credits
ACCT 8031 Corp. Tax - Formation and Structure 2
ACCT 8032 Corp. Tax - Redemption, Liquidations and Spinoffs 2
ACCT 8033 Corp. Tax - Attributes & Operational Considerations 2
Electives
6 credits
ACCT 8030 Partnership Taxation 2
ACCT 8036 International Taxation: Overview 2
ACCT 8037 Considolidated Tax Return Issues 2
ACCT 8039 International Taxation: Special Topics 2
ACCT 8041 S Corporations 2
ACCT 8044 State and Local Taxation 2
ACCT 8080 and 8090 Federal Tax Research: Individuals & Corporations 4
ACCT 8093 Accounting for Income Taxes 2

Students may be able to selectively substitute courses to match specific career interests, subject to the approval of the Program Director, and provided they fulfill any pre-requisites.

To learn more about this certificate, please contact:

Headshot of Mary Jo Heintz, MS, CPA

Mary Jo Heintz, MS, CPA link

MS Tax Program Director and Assistant Professor - Educator, Department of Accounting

319 Carl H. Lindner Hall

513-556-7047

Headshot of Kevin Mussman

Kevin Mussman link

Assistant Director of Graduate Recruitment

513-556-6904

The certificate in individual taxation focuses on a variety of tax compliance issues for individuals. Holders of this specialized certificate will find opportunities in public accounting, small business accounting, and government. The certificate is made up of 12 semester credits, including four core credits. This certificate is only available online.

Individual taxation certificate curriculum
 

Course number

Course title

Credit hours

Core
4 credits

ACCT 8023

Individual Tax Structure

2

ACCT 8043

Individual Tax: Special Topics

2

Electives
8 credits

ACCT 8030

Partnership Taxation

2

ACCT 8041

S Corporations

2

ACCT 8044

State and Local Taxation

2

ACCT 8046

Estate and Gift Taxation

2

ACCT 8080 and 8090

Federal Tax Research: Individuals & Corporations

4

Students may be able to selectively substitute courses to match specific career interests, subject to the approval of the Program Director.

To learn more about this certificate, please contact:

Headshot of Mary Jo Heintz, MS, CPA

Mary Jo Heintz, MS, CPA link

MS Tax Program Director and Assistant Professor - Educator, Department of Accounting

319 Carl H. Lindner Hall

513-556-7047

Headshot of Kevin Mussman

Kevin Mussman link

Assistant Director of Graduate Recruitment

513-556-6904