Fast Facts

DURATION: 2 Years

TOTAL UNITS: 24

FORMAT: Full- and part-time options

MODALITY: 100% Online

Loyola Law School's online Graduate Tax Program is ranked No. 3 in the country based on U.S. News & World Report, and is designed for professionals with backgrounds in law, accounting and business. Our faculty includes some of the United States' most acclaimed tax law professors and offer the same rigor and exceptional instruction you would receive on campus.

Through custom-built online courses, our Master of Laws (Tax LLM) and Master of Tax Law (MT) programs give you practical skills to navigate tax law complexities using real-world examples.

Program Highlights

  • Full- or part-time options
  • Complete in as few as 2 years
  • Experience hands-on learning, working side by side with some of the nation's most acclaimed tax law professors
  • Graduate practice-ready
  • Two program areas of emphasis: Business Tax Planning and High Net Worth/Private Client
  • No GMAT/GRE required for MT program

Ranked No. 3

Online Tax Law Program

Master of Laws (Tax LLM)

Using comprehensive case studies and real-world examples, learn to identify common tax issues and apply tax law in a variety of contexts, leverage problem-solving to answer complex questions, understand the intricacies of the Internal Revenue Code, and more. Graduate with the skills to excel as a tax practitioner in a law firm, accounting firm, financial institution, government agency or other settings.

Master of Tax Law (MT)

The faculty of Loyola's Graduate Tax Program have more than 100 years of experience producing top-quality tax law professionals. Through this program, tax professionals who don't hold a law degree can expand their skill set beyond accounting and experience the same rigorous, hands-on education as those pursuing the Tax LLM program.

Graduate ready to pursue tax associate positions in the Big Four and other accounting firms, large banks, trust companies, wealth management firms, the IRS and other government agencies. You can also apply your master's toward the requirements for CPA licensure.

Both programs allow tax lawyers and other tax professionals the opportunity to work together. Learn to navigate tax law and excel in your career through robust core courses, purposeful electives that can set you apart, and faculty devoted to your long-term success.