New program can be completed part-time over up to four years

Boston University (BU) School of Law announced today that it will offer its Graduate Tax Program online starting in Fall 2012.

Students taking the online option will have access to the same course of study as the residential program, but will be able to complete the 24-credit course requirements in as few as four sessions of part-time study, or over the course of four years.

For more information, please visit the BU Online Graduate Tax Program website.

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