As of Fall 2016, there were about 160 students enrolled in the Graduate Tax Program, including residential and online cohorts enrolled full-time and part-time.
Small Class Sizes
The entering full time residential class was 45, allowing for small residential class sizes and robust class discussions. The average residential class size of 15 allows student to develop lasting relationships with their professors and fellow students. Many students keep in close contact with their professors and classmates after graduation. Online students are also able to interact with the professors through conference calls, emails, and virtual class sessions.
Students in our fall entering class range in age from 22 to 62, with an average age of 36 and a median age of 42. They hail from 14 different countries and obtained their first degrees in law from 97 different schools, with 29% of the class holding advanced degrees (other than a JD).
Upon graduating from the Graduate Tax Program, you will join the ranks of a valuable professional network of more than 3,000 accomplished alumni. Our graduates find work in a wide range of practice settings, including private law firms; accounting and tax advisory firms of all sizes; federal and state government agencies and legislative bodies; business corporations; non-profit organizations and academia.
Below are the most recent two classes employment statistics. When reviewing employment statistics, please keep in mind that a variety of factors play a role in finding a job after graduation. These include: prior employment history, undergraduate and JD institutions, academic history, geographic preference, and other considerations.