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Master of Taxation (OpenUnis)

  • Masters (Coursework)

Applicants require a recognised bachelor degree (or equivalent) in the field of taxation or a related discipline, or a Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in the field of taxation or a related discipline. In addition, applicants must meet Curtin's English language proficiency requirements.

Key details

Degree Type
Masters (Coursework)
Duration
1 year full-time
Course Code
OM-TAXAT
Study Mode
Online

About this course

Applicants require a recognised bachelor degree (or equivalent) in the field of taxation or a related discipline, or a Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in the field of taxation or a related discipline. In addition, applicants must meet Curtin's English language proficiency requirements. Applicants without a related (cognate) Bachelor's degree will need to complete the Graduate Certificate in Taxation Practice to proceed to be considered for the Master of Taxation degree program.

Study locations

Open Universities Australia

Online

What you will learn

  • apply principles of taxation law to practical situations and case studies at an applied, professional practice level; complete original research work to extend discipline knowledge.
  • read legislation, cases and related taxation materials and critically reflect upon them at an applied, professional practice level.
  • access and evaluate relevant taxation materials and critically analyse content at an applied, professional practice level.
  • communicate effectively in ways appropriate to a trans disciplinary and varied audience, for a range of purposes and to a professional standard.
  • use appropriate technologies, recognising their capabilities and limitations, for professional practice.
  • take responsibility for the development of ongoing professional, self directed and reflective education relating to developments and changes in the taxation industry.
  • utilize a practical and evaluative approach to the impact of international taxation industry issues and apply a global perspective to the resolution of these issues.
  • recognise the importance of cultural diversity and how it impacts upon the taxation industry administratively and practically
  • exhibit an ethical approach to analysing taxation issues; solve problems independently or collaboratively; at a professional practice level.