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Master's degree program "Taxation"

  • What to expect?

    The Master’s degree program in Taxation at the Ingolstadt School of Management (WFI) offers outstanding opportunities for pursuing excellent studies. The degree program has four semesters and is worth 120 ECTS credits. After successful completion of the program, graduates will be awarded the degree of “Master of Science”.

    Aim

    The Master’s degree program in Taxation offers in-depth training in this subject by approaching it from a multidisciplinary perspective. It combines knowledge from the field of business taxation with insights into public finance as one of the sub-fields of economics. By choosing different minors, students can tailor their studies to their individual needs to prepare for a specific career path.

    In addition, students can spend up to two semesters abroad to gather experience in an international context. The WFI has more than 90 partner universities worldwide and thus offers its students the best possible prerequisites. 

     

    Course Content

    The program focuses on specific knowledge on different taxes, tax effects, tax policy-making and relevant research methodology in this field. Furthermore, students have the possibility to apply their gained knowledge in case study courses held by renowned practitioners so that they can learn to develop solutions to tax problems independently.

    The possibility to choose between different minors gives the degree program a flexible design. Students can choose between “Accounting & Auditing”, “Business Law”, “Digitalization and Digital Business” and “Quantitative Methods”. It is possible to choose up to two minors to tailor your study profile to your individual needs, particularly in view of specific career options you want to pursue in your professional future. The free elective area comprising the entire range of business and economics subjects enables students to add an additional individual touch to their degree program.