Capital University Law School Master of Taxation Application
In assessing an applicant’s academic record, the committee will pay attention to the nature and quality of previous educational experiences both undergraduate and graduate, supported by official transcripts, educational institutions, class rank, grade point average generally, and grades in courses related to taxation and business. Other factors considered will include the prospective student’s work experience.Applications to the Master of Taxation program are accepted at all times. Applicants may apply for fall or spring admission. Application deadlines are:Fall 2014: July 25, 2014Spring 2015: December 5, 2014Summer 2015: April 17, 2015Submit personal statement, resume, original transcripts and letters of recommendations directly to Cassandra B. Jeter-Bailey, Director of Admission for JD & Graduate Law Programs, at the following address:Capital University Law School303 East Broad StreetColumbus, Ohio 43215-3200(614) 236-6344 (office) (614) 236-6972 (fax)E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubstantive questions about the program may be directed to:Myron C. GrauerActing Associate Dean for Graduate Law Programs and Professor of LawCapital University Law School303 East Broad StreetColumbus, Ohio 43215-3200(614) 236-6681 (office) (614) 236-6956 (fax)E-mail: email@example.comRead all the information carefully before submitting your application. Files are not reviewed for admission until all required materials are received. Failure to answer all questions or submit all required documents will delay application processing.M.T. APPLICANTS WITH U.S. DEGREESAdmission Requirements
Application InstructionsBefore a candidate is considered for admission to the M.T. program, we must receive:
CAPITAL UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL STUDENTS AND CAPITAL UNIVERSITY ALUMNI Transcripts for Capital University Law School alumni and current students can come directly from the Office of Records and Registration to the Graduate Law Programs Admissions Office once you authorize the Admissions Office to obtain those transcripts. Send the authorization to firstname.lastname@example.org. Letters of recommendation are not required, but you must submit the names and contact information of two professional or academic references.
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