Master of Taxation
Tuition is $37,500* for Georgia residents and $42,500* for non-Georgia residents. A nonrefundable orientation and program fee of $250 is due upon enrollment and is not included in the cost of tuition.
*Fees are estimates and subject to change.
Tuition includes parking and professional services offered by the Career Advancement Center. Tuition is paid in three installments based on course load.
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Robinson offers several scholarships through the Office of the Dean as well as the individual academic departments.
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