Graduates will develop technical competence and the business knowledge required to meet these additional demands. Thus, graduates may use their tax and business expertise to progress into positions such as controller, director of taxation, chief financial officer of a corporation, or as a partner in, or owner of their own firms. In a world of complex tax laws, tax professionals must have a perspective extending beyond the details of the Internal Revenue Code. They must have expertise in the functions and limitations of revenue laws, in communicating their knowledge, and in assuring the efficiency and fairness of the tax system. As tax professionals progress in their careers, they will receive added responsibilities, including managing employees and being advisors for a broad range of business decisions.
Boise State University MSAT candidates possess a high degree of motivation and an aptitude for graduate study. Our MSAT students have a background in accountancy with a strong interest in the field of taxation.
A typical MSAT candidate will:
- Possess a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution.
- Completion of at least one undergraduate introduction to taxation course.
- Undergraduate GPA of 3.00 or better.
- Hold a current CPA, CIA or CMA license or achieve a minimum score of 500 on the GMAT.
The Graduate Accountancy Student Experience
Watch as MSA and MSAT students discuss the benefits of attending Boise State and how the program works for them!