The Master in the Study of Tax Law enrolled its first class in the fall of 2019, but graduates are not enrolling in a fledgling program. Rather, they will benefit from the 60 year history and reputation of the Graduate Tax Program.

Professional Networks

Upon graduating from the Master in the Study of Tax Law, students join the ranks of the Graduate Tax Program professional network of more than 3,000 accomplished alumni. Graduates find work in a wide range of practice settings, including accounting and tax advisory firms of all sizes; federal and state government agencies and legislative bodies; business corporations; non-profit organizations, academia, and private law firms.


Below are the most recent classes employment statistics from the Graduate Tax Program. 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.