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Master of Business Taxation Program. Summer 2010 Update May 15, 2010 Thank you for your interest in, and support of, the Master of Business Taxation (MBT) program at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management. The following slides provide an overview of :

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Master of business taxation program
Master of Business Taxation Program

  • Summer 2010 Update May 15, 2010

  • Thank you for your interest in, and support of, the Master of Business Taxation

  • (MBT) program at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management.

  • The following slides provide an overview of :

    • Upcoming Events

    • Curriculum Update

    • Required Courses

    • Suggested Corporate Tax Electives

    • Suggested Middle Market Tax Electives

    • Course Schedule (subject to change)

    • Online Electives

    • Program Planner

  • More information is available at www.carlsonschool.umn.edu/mbt, by calling our

  • office at (612) 624-7511


Master of Business Taxation Program

Upcoming Events

MBT Reunion Lunch

Friday, October 1, 2010

Carlson School of Management

Gary Carter Fred Jacobs

After 25 years as an outstanding instructor and mentor of MBT and Carlson School students, Gary Carter is retiring from academia to focus on his accounting practice.

Gary has been recognized twice with The Green Eyeshade Accounting Instructor of

the Year Award. More on Gary’s background is available at his Profile Page

Please join us on Friday, October 1, 2010 at the Carlson School Reunion to wish Gary well and to greet MBT’s founder and retired Director Fred Jacobs.

Registration will be open at http://www.carlsonschool.umn.edu/alumni/reunion.html


Master of Business Taxation Program

Upcoming Events

MBT New Student OrientationFriday, June 18, 2010Thursday, August 26, 2010Monday, January 3, 2011U of M Homecoming WeekendFriday-Saturday, October 1-2, 2010Minnesota Society of CPAs 56th Annual Tax ConferenceMonday-Tuesday, November 15-16, 2010MBT GraduationMonday, May 16, 2011


Master of Business Taxation Program

Curriculum Update

Effective Fall 2010 Term A, the Common Body of Knowledge requirements

will be eliminated.

ACCT 2050 Introduction to Financial Reporting and ACCT 5135

Fundamentals of Federal Income Tax, or equivalent college level courses,

will continue to be prerequisites for MBT coursework.

BLAW 3058 The Law of Contracts and Agency, or an equivalent college level

course, will be required before MBT graduation.

Current students, as well as newly-admitted students, no longer need to complete

the previous Common Body of Knowledge requirements.


Master of Business Taxation Program

Curriculum Update

Effective Fall 2010 Term A, the Plan B writing requirement will be eliminated.

Required course MBT 5220 Tax Research will continue to include a significant

writing component. However, graded papers will no longer need to be submitted

to fulfill the MBT graduation requirements.

Current students, as well as newly-admitted students, no longer need to submit any

Plan B papers for graduation.


Master of Business Taxation Program

Curriculum Update

Effective Fall 2010 Term A, MBT 5323 Mergers and Acquisitions will move to Spring 2011 Term B.

Effective Spring 2011 Term A, MBT 5500 Tax Policy will be a required 2-credit, rather than a 4-credit, course. The course will meet Spring Term A.

Effective Spring 2011 Term B, MBT 5150 Current Financial Accounting Issues will be an elective, rather than a required, course.


Master of business taxation program required courses

Application

Transcripts

GMAT

Adviser Meeting

MBT PREREQUISITE

ACCT 2050

Introduction to

Financial Reporting

or equivalent

MBT PREREQUISITE

ACCT 5135

Fundamentals of

Federal Income Tax

or equivalent

Tax Research

MBT 5220

Tax Accounting

Methods and Periods

MBT 5200

Corporate Tax

MBT 5230

Tax Policy

MBT 5500

Business Law

BLAW 3058

or equivalent

Master of Business Taxation Program Required Courses

The MBT program consists of 30 credits, including 12 credits of required courses and 18 elective credits.

4 credits

4 credits

2 credits

2 credits

No MBT credit


Master of business taxation program suggested corporate tax electives
Master of Business Taxation Program Suggested Corporate Tax Electives

[all electives are 2 credits]


Master of business taxation program suggested middle market tax electives
Master of Business Taxation Program Suggested Middle Market Tax Electives

[all electives are 2 credits, except 3-credit online courses]

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Master of business taxation program course schedule
Master of Business Taxation Program Course Schedule

Summer

2010

Monday

Partnerships

Tuesday

S Corporations

Wednesday

Transfer Pricing

Thursday

Taxation of

Manufacturers

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Master of business taxation program course schedule1
Master of Business Taxation ProgramCourse Schedule

Fall

2010

Term A

Monday

Corporate Tax

Tuesday

Accounting

Methods

[Full Semester]

Wednesday

Research

[Full Semester]

Thursday

International Tax

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Master of business taxation program course schedule2
Master of Business Taxation Program Course Schedule

Fall

2010

Term B

Monday

FAS 109

Tuesday

Accounting

Methods

[Full Semester]

  • Wednesday

  • Research

  • [Full Semester]

Thursday

Property

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Master of business taxation program course schedule3
Master of Business Taxation Program Course Schedule

Spring

2011

Term A

Monday

Corporate Tax

or

Trusts & Estates

Tuesday

Tax Policy

or

FAS 109*

Wednesday

Tax Research*

[Full Semester]

Thursday

State and Local

* U of M, not MBT, Spring Semester Schedule

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Master of business taxation program course schedule4
Master of Business Taxation ProgramCourse Schedule

Spring

2011

Term B

Monday

M&A

Tuesday

Comp & Benefits

or

Current Financial

Accounting

Wednesday

Tax Research*

[Full Semester]

or

Estate and Gift

Thursday

Consolidated

Returns

* U of M, not MBT, Spring Schedule

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Master of Business Taxation Program

Online Electives

MBT degree candidates may, with advance permission of the Director of the

MBT program, transfer credits from up to two elective courses from online graduate tax

programs. MBT required courses may not be completed online.

Possible online electives include:

Fall 2010

Employee Compensation and Advanced Individual Taxation Issues (3 credits)

Spring 2011

Estates, Trusts, and Fiduciary Taxation (3 credits)


Master of business taxation program program planner

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Master of Business Taxation ProgramProgram Planner


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