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Master of Project Management

An Increased Demand for Project Managers

Corporations rely on project managers to oversee all aspects of a project so that everything flows seamlessly and the timeline, scope, and budget goals are met. As more organizations use project-based methods to accomplish tasks, experienced project managers are in higher demand. When you earn a master’s degree in project management, you can possess a skill set valued by companies in virtually every industry.

Why Project Management at Penn State

The online Master of Project Management degree offered through Penn State World Campus is an interdisciplinary graduate program that uses problem-based learning to provide a thorough understanding of all aspects of project-management theory and practice. This 30-credit degree program, which you can complete in as little as two years, is a well-respected credential and is AACSB accredited. In addition, Penn State is a Project Management Institute (PMI) ® Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.).

Headed by Dr. Jeffrey K. Pinto, an internationally renowned scholar in the field of project management, this program covers not only the curriculum found in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK ® Guide)Fifth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc. (2013 ), but also the European model as well (APM). As a student, you can learn how to better manage your projects with regard to:

  • commercial and procurement law
  • corporate and business strategy in project management
  • cost control, planning, and resource management
  • human relations and project teams
  • organization theory in project management

Because the 12-credit Graduate Certificate in Project Management consists of the first four courses of the master’s program, you are able to add a quality credential to your résumé even before you complete the full degree.

Choose your Project Management Career Track

The master’s degree program allows you to tailor the curriculum to match your personal interests and professional goals. You may choose 6 credits in electives from topical areas such as:

  • enterprise architecture
  • enterprise resource planning (ERP) with SAP software
  • independent study for a creative research project, based on a current project management issue in your organization
  • supply chain management

Who Should Apply?

Whether you are involved in construction management; project execution; or project, program, or portfolio management, this is an ideal program if you are looking for career development opportunities to enhance your knowledge and skill sets in managing large, complex projects.

Career Opportunities for Project Management Graduates

Because project managers are in high demand in a variety of industries, as a graduate of the Master of Project Management degree program you can be prepared for a variety of positions, including:

  • project manager
  • project management analyst
  • quality management project coordinator
  • master scheduler
  • computer and information systems manager
  • industrial production manager
  • sales manager
  • business planning analyst
  • administrative services manager

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VCU Department of Radiology

Residency and Fellowship Programs

VCU Medical Center is one of the country s largest and most sophisticated medical university complexes. The center is on the cutting edge of modern medicine with an extremely active emergency room, a Level I Trauma Center, a Children’s Medical Center with intensive care units, large transplantation programs and numerous active clinical research programs.

The Department of Radiology is dedicated to developing advanced education initiatives. Our radiology residency programs directed by Drs. Das Narla, Gordon Morano and Robert Groves, ensure that our 34 residents receive the most outstanding training available. We continue to attract residents who graduate at the top of their medical school classes and are recruited to some of the most competitive fellowships and medical practices upon completion of their residency. In addition to VCU Medical Center, the program is also associated with the Hunter Holmes McGuire Veterans Affairs Medical Center, one of the VA s flagship hospitals.

Our Department sponsors eight fellowships each year in a number of subspecialties, including MRI, abdominal imaging, breast imaging, chest and noninvasive cardiovascular imaging, and musculoskeletal radiology. Our Department also oversees two ACGME accredited fellowships in vascular and interventional radiology.

About Richmond, Virginia

Richmond is a thriving Southern city located two hours from the Blue Ridge Mountains. Washington, D.C.. and Virginia s Atlantic coast. It provides an array of recreational and cultural activities, a large student community at VCU, ample affordable housing in many different settings, and a variety of interesting restaurants and shops. From Shockoe Bottom, Oregon Hill and the Fan to the South Side and the West End, the city s diversity is reflected in its distinctly characteristic neighborhoods.

Richmond is also a vibrant center of commerce and the arts. The city is home to a number of Fortune 500 companies and is a leader in manufacturing, distribution, finance and university education. In addition, Richmond boasts a symphony, an opera and a ballet; and both the University of Richmond and VCU have a constant series of jazz, dance and theater performances geared to student interests and budgets.

Cooperative efforts between the public and private sectors have resulted in an engineering school at VCU, the Virginia BioTechnology Research Park, the Richmond Riverfront Development Corp. and the area s Workforce One initiative. Partnerships between business leaders and educators at all levels are creating new programs to provide area students with the skills required for the 21st-century workplace.


Top 15 Places to Eat in Clemson #vcu #campus #dish

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Top 15 Places to Eat in Clemson

Clemson being a college town has numerous restaurants, but which ones are the best? Make it a point to visit these top fifteen restaurants and you will not be disappointed.

  • Osaka: A hibachi and sushi favorite for many Clemson students, great taste with a great price.

  • The Smokin’ Pig: Technically in Pendleton but definitely worth the 10-15 minute drive for this famous BBQ food. Only open Thursday through Saturday so plan accordingly!
  • Chipotle/Moe’s: The competition between these two Mexican franchises is talked about campus-wide, but both will satisfy your burrito, quesadilla, or nacho craving!
  • Brioso: This has everything from mozzarella sticks to pasta to pizza to gelato. Definitely should be on your radar if you’re looking for some Italian cuisine.
  • TD’s: Not only a great bar for those looking for a night on the town, but also has great bar food, a must try is their TD’s All In wings (especially on Saturday- 50 cents per wing).
  • Wingin’ It: It’s in the name- wings, wings, and more wings! Make sure to check out when they have special deals on burgers and pitchers too!
  • Peppino’s: Definitely a top choice for those who love pizza. I mean who doesn’t! The pizza is more New York style compared to a Domino’s or Papa John’s type of pie.

  • Groucho’s Deli: This Clemson favorite has any sandwich you can think of not to mention some of the best sweet tea around!
  • IHop: Waffles, pancakes, omelettes, and more! Breakfast is served all day as well as lunch and dinner meals too.
  • Cookout: Whether you’re looking for a meal after going out on the weekend or just looking for a lot of food for a cheap price, this is your destination! The milkshakes, chicken fingers, burgers, and hush puppies are some items on this reasonably priced menu.
  • Beef O’Brady’s: Next to Bojangles, this franchise has typical bar food at a high quality.
  • 356 Sushi: Obviously this restaurant has sushi, but for those of you, like me, who don’t care for that food, you can order food from wingin’ it and have it brought over. No more excuses to say no if sushi isn’t your thing. On Tuesday’s they have all you can eat and $3.56 rolls on Thursday!
  • BGR: This downtown restaurant offers classic burgers, veggie burgers, and even delicious turkey burgers!
  • Todaro’s: Another pizza favorite, Todaro’s offers one dollar slices every Wednesday for those of you who are trying to save some cash while still wanting good college food. This is a prime choice for those late night food cravings after downtown shenanigans.
  • Pita Pit: The choice is really yours when there are this many choices to pick from. They have chicken, steak, turkey, beef, and ham. Not to mention smoothies and salads.

A couple other recommendations we have for your list:

Mac’s Drive In. Might be the best burgers in town, located in Pendleton

Thai Spice: (if you’re a fan of curry I’d recommend this place)

Thai-ger Café. Their puff pastries and noodle dishes are on point

Red Bowl: The Bento Box is a great deal $11 for sushi, main dish, rice, egg roll

Whether you’re looking for pizza, pasta, or pitas this list gives you all the favorites that Clemson students love!


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Master of Professional Studies in Supply Chain Management

Growing Complexities in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Supply chain managers oversee some of the most essential business processes affecting the profitability of corporations today. These managers are responsible for synchronizing the flow of products, information, and funds between their organizations and both their suppliers and customers in a way that adds value for the end consumers of their products. In today’s turbocharged competitive environment, supply chain managers are increasingly part of their organization’s strategic management teams that work to competitively position their organization and their supply chain in a global marketplace.

As logistics and supply chain networks become increasingly complex, with tighter deadlines and greater financial risks from disruptions, supply chain professionals can benefit from additional education and credentials to assist them in their current position or to advance their careers in logistics or supply chain management. A master’s degree in supply chain management can give you the higher-order skills and abilities to think in tandem about the people, processes, and technologies required for world-class integrated supply chain management.

Supply Chain Management Video

Learn more about the World Campus supply chain program in this video:

Why Supply Chain Management at Penn State

Penn State World Campus has partnered with Penn State’s Smeal College of Business — top ranked in supply chain education — to offer this 2-year, 30-credit online master’s degree in supply chain management. As a student in the Master of Professional Studies in Supply Chain Management (MPS/SCM) degree program, you will study proven theory, industry best practices, and new technologies in supply chain management. Upon graduation, you can be prepared to:

  • design and manage an effective supply chain
  • improve the operational efficiencies of a supply chain
  • understand and apply supply chain analytics
  • conduct demand forecasting, aggregate planning, and sales and operations planning for a supply chain
  • apply project management techniques in a logistics context
  • understand the implications of supply chain initiatives in terms of key financial performance metrics
  • recognize and evaluate supply chain vulnerabilities and formulate approaches to mitigate supply chain risk
  • assess fundamental dimensions of logistics strategy, innovation, transformation, and organizational leadership

A comprehensive industry report released by Gartner, Inc. consistently ranks Penn State’s supply chain program as the #1 graduate supply chain program in the United States based on industry value, program depth, and scope. Additionally, U.S. News World Report ranks the Penn State Smeal College of Business supply chain/logistics graduate program as the third best in the nation. Penn State’s Smeal College of Business is AACSB accredited and employers consistently recognize the very high quality of this master’s program.

Because the 12-credit Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management consists of six courses in the master’s program, you may also apply for the certificate if you would like to add this quality credential to your transcript even before you complete the full master’s.

Who Should Apply?

The Master of Professional Studies in Supply Chain Management degree program is designed for professionals who want to attain an advanced degree while continuing to work for their respective organizations. Although many individuals in the program have supply chain experience, the program is also appropriate if your education and/or experience may be in disciplines such as the sciences, engineering, or the liberal arts.

Career Opportunities for Graduates

Organizations in virtually every industry, including nonprofit and government sectors, use supply chains in their daily operations. As a graduate of this degree program you can be prepared for a variety of upper-level supply chain management positions such as:

  • director of supply chain operations
  • senior supply chain management analyst
  • performance improvement senior manager
  • supply chain technical analyst
  • director of purchasing
  • logistics management analyst
  • commodity manager

Information for Military and Veterans

Are you a member of the military, a veteran, or a military spouse? Please visit our military website for additional information regarding financial aid, transfer credits, or application instructions.


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Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Earn Your Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice — 100% Online

The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice delivered through Penn State World Campus is an ideal program, whether you are interested in starting your criminology degree, or you have already completed criminal justice credits or an associate degree, or have experience in the field. By taking your courses online, you’ll be able to earn your degree at your own pace while still fulfilling your work and family commitments.

With this degree on your résumé, you can be prepared and qualified to advance your career in such fields as protective services, law and corrections, crime-related prevention and support, security management, and court administration. Plus, you may find what you learn from your current courses immediately applicable to your current position.

Why Choose an Online Criminal Justice Degree from Penn State?

Penn State’s Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice program has been certified by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) as meeting all ACJS academic certification standards as documented through the ACJS academic certification review process.

This certification underscores the high praise that the online program receives for quality criminal justice instruction. You can feel confident that this program is respected and renowned throughout the industry. And our courses are taught by the same on-campus faculty with real-world experience, who have been trained to teach online.

Your diploma will look no different from the one earned by students on our physical campus.

Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice Program Video

Penn State’s Online Criminal Justice Curriculum

This criminal justice bachelor’s program balances the theoretical and practical aspects of crime control as they relate to adult and juvenile justice. The curriculum includes a prescribed list of bachelor’s program courses, upper-level courses in criminal justice, and other general education credits and electives. You may also elect to enhance your degree with the 18-credit Homeland Security Minor, which can prepare you for a number of security positions in the public and private sector.

Course topics include

  • criminology
  • introduction to law, policing, and corrections in America
  • ethics in criminal justice
  • security and police administration
  • alternatives to incarceration
  • aspects of the juvenile justice system
  • concepts of social science research; sociology

Military Grant-in-Aid Benefits for Criminal Justice Students

The Military Grant-in-Aid is an undergraduate program that brings our tuition rate closer to the Department of Defense cap, making a Penn State World Campus quality education more affordable to our military students and spouses. More details, including Grant-In-Aid forms, can be found on the Military Grants and Scholarships page.

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On-Campus News

  • On-line application for transfer students, BS completion students, and those eligible to enter the program in the second year of the curriculum is available. Application deadline is February 1. Click here for more information.
  • Interested in a scholarship? The application is available for current students (on-campus and DL) and it can be found in VT Connect. Deadline to apply is February 15. Please contact your advisor with any questions.

Distance Learning News

  • NOW OPEN: Vet Shoppe – Get your Purdue Veterinary Technology apparel here
  • Current fees for Veterinary Technology Distance Learning students are $270.00/credit hour.
  • Interested in a scholarship? The application is available for current students (on-campus and DL) and it can be found in VT Connect . Deadline to apply is February 15. Please contact your advisor with any questions.

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Veterinary Technology

Are you interested in a fast paced, medical science-based profession? A profession which is centered around the health and welfare of animals? A career which provides you the opportunity to interact and educate the animal-owning public and the health science community? If this sounds like your passion, then Veterinary Technology is the profession for you. The Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine offers several educational pathways for you to achieve your goal.

Veterinary Technology Education

The Purdue Veterinary Technology program is fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and is a science based veterinary nursing program offering a Bachelors and Associate of Applied Science degrees.

As an integral part of the veterinary team, veterinary technicians and technologists perform a wide range of veterinary skills:

  • Radiology
  • Nursing care, including pre and post-surgical care
  • Anesthesia
  • Client education

In addition to working in a private veterinary practice, there are many other employment opportunities with a Veterinary Technology degree:

  • Humane Societies and animal control facilities
  • Industry
  • Biomedical Research
  • Veterinary Supply Sales

Technicians credentialing (certification, licensure, or registration) is required in the majority of states in the United States. Candidates for credentialing must pass a national and/or state examination. Most states require that only graduates of Veterinary Technology programs accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) are eligible to take the national credentialing exam and to become credentialed Veterinary Technicians.

Meet the Program Director

Dr. Bianca Zenor joins Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine as the new director of the Veterinary Technology Program and clinical associate professor in the Department of Veterinary Administration effective April 10. Dr. Zenor joins Purdue Veterinary Medicine from Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc. in Topeka, Kan. where she most recently served as senior manager of U.S. Veterinary Affairs since 2014. Prior to her work with Hill’s, Dr. Zenor practiced mainly emergency medicine after switching gears from practicing at an exotics only hospital.

On Campus Education

This educational pathway is best suited for those students who can:

  • Attend classes on the West Lafayette Campus
  • Be a full time undergraduate student
  • Meet the competitive admission criteria

* Bachelor of Science degree with Associate of Applied Science degree option

Distance Learning

This educational pathway is best suited for those students who:

  • Are SELF DIRECTED, SELF MOTIVATED, and SELF DISCIPLINED
  • Prefers to take classes part-time
  • Desire to maintain their current residence and employment

* Associate of Applied Science degree only

Career Pathways

Veterinary technology is career focused on the nursing aspects of veterinary medicine. If your ultimate goal is to be a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), the veterinary technology courses will not meet the undergraduate requirements for most veterinary school admissions. Please click here to view information about becoming a veterinarian.

Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE) Scores

The VTNE is used to evaluate entry-level veterinary technicians competency to practice and to be credentialed. Most states and provinces require a passing score on the VTNE as one criterion for credentialing. For further information, please refer to the AAVSB website .

Annual VTNE Pass rate

On-Campus 7/1/13 – 6/30/16


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Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis

Demand Is High for Special Education Professionals with Advanced Certification in the Field of Applied Behavior Analysis

For most children, simply the environment that they live in provides all the right conditions to learn social competence, language skills, and even how to play without any additional intervention from adults. However, autistic children require a very structured environment, optimized for acquiring the same skills that other children learn naturally. Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is about creating and providing a purposeful environment that allows children with autism to learn. Special education professionals who are certified in applied behavior analysis by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board®, Inc. (BACB®) have the skills and knowledge to develop, implement, and evaluate quality techniques that help produce positive behavioral change in special needs children.

Penn State shares your mission to help make life better for children with special needs. To help meet your goals, Penn State World Campus has partnered with the College of Education to offer you graduate courses and a practicum in applied behavior analysis.

Penn State Offers Applied Behavior Analysis Graduate Study and Practicum

This 18-credit, five-course sequence is designed for people who seek advanced knowledge in the field of applied behavior analysis. The curriculum is intended to prepare you to sit for the fourth edition of the BCBA certification examination sponsored by the BACB.

The program consists of five online courses plus one face-to-face course. This is a weeklong seminar held every August at Penn State University Park in conjunction with the National Autism Conference.

Practicum Option Available to Students of the Program

In addition to the applied behavior analysis graduate certificate, Penn State also offers an optional applied behavior analysis practicum to help you gain experience and meet the requirements to sit for the BACB’s certification exam. Please visit the Course List page to learn more about the applied behavior analysis practicum.

Act 48 Approved

Penn State is an Act 48-approved provider for Pennsylvania educators, so the courses for the program in applied behavior analysis may count toward professional development hours.

Who Should Apply?

This program is specifically designed for individuals with a background in education or human services who are interested in becoming Board Certified Behavior Analysts. However, anyone with an interest in learning about interventions to produce lasting change in behavior will find this program to be extremely useful.

Please note that this program does not lead to initial teacher certification, however, this program may help you to renew your certification. Check with your state’s Department of Education for exact requirements for recertification.

Professionals who can benefit from this program include:

  • teachers
  • behavioral specialists
  • mobile therapists
  • educational consultants
  • speech-language pathologists
  • school counselors
  • social workers
  • psychologists
  • medical professionals

Career Opportunities

Board Certified Behavior Analysts develop, implement, and monitor behavioral interventions. Typically, behavior analysts work in the helping professions (e.g. teachers, speech/language pathologists, occupational therapists, psychology). Training in behavior analysis can help add to your current professional knowledge base, thus making you better prepared to address a variety of behavioral issues in classrooms, early intervention, home, and community settings.

Online Education at Penn State

Penn State has a history of 100+ years of distance education and more than a decade of experience in online learning. We create an online learning environment that offers you the same quality education our residential students experience in a face-to-face setting. Learn more about Penn State World Campus .

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Saint Louis Community College Wait List

I am in my last semester of pre-requisite nursing classes at St. Louis Community College, and when I first went to Meramec (in August of 2006), I applied to be on the waiting list for the nursing program. I got a letter saying I would get in during this semester (Spring of 2008), so it almost took two years! Each semester they sent me a letter regarding where I was at on the list. However, I turned down the offer (hopefully giving someone else on the waiting list a chance), because I want to get my BSN by 2010..and doing Meramec’s program would throw that goal way off. I recently applied to UMSL’s traditional BSN program, as well as their Accelerated BSN program, and now its just a game of waiting to find out if I got in! I have only heard great things about STLCC’s nursing program from many people in my various classes. So I am positive it is worth the wait for everyone. Good luck to all!

I applied to STLCC at Flo Valley and Forest Park in October (after passing the dosage calculations test) and received a letter from Flo Valley that I would be in for Fall of this year. Forest Park currently has me on the waiting list at number 120. It doesn’t matter, because I am admitted for the Fall 2008 class at St. Charles Community College and will go there instead. I don’t know how long the wait will be at Forest Park, however, I’m going to decline my admission at Flo Valley, so a spot will open up there. Unfortunately it will go to the next person on the list. Flo Valley only admits in the fall, however, Forest Park admits in the spring and fall, so you may have a chance there.

Just apply to as many schools as possible. You’ll get in somewhere. Good luck!

I started in Florissant Valley’s program. They told me it was a 2 year wait list, and it ended up being 1. Which was perfect b/c i got all of my pre reqs out of the way and played softball for a year. The problem is that 3rd and 4th semester is HORRIBLE THERE! They fail at least 1/2 of their students and are getting sued for discrimmination AGAIN. My word of advice, go to Forest Park, I’m a recent grad from there, they start both semesters (Flo only does one) and they are GREAT. passed NCLEX in 75 questions and I HIGHLY RECOMMEND FOREST PARK.

They have closed finals, you never get to see your final they just give you your score, so you have no idea on what you got wrong. Many people who were passing find out that they failed by one point, but are denied being able to see it. Seems kinda fishy.

I’m not sure that this is a huge issue so far as any discrimination suit goes. I attend Meramec and each semester up to this, my 4th, it has been standard policy. I would guess FP’s is the same as it’s in our general syllabus each semester that is for all 3 campuses. I don’t necessarily like the policy, but it is what it is. As for it being fishy , I’m thinking not really. at least as it relates to all the campuses. for whatever reason it is that they do it.

I went there the first year and it was GREAT. The teachers are fabulous for the first year. Then 3rd-4th semester they switch teachers and it gets crazy. They have actually been sued for this before and lost and ended up paying for a students entire education.

This switching of the teachers is also fairly common, I believe. Each semester we have a different set of instructors. It’s not a conspiracy; it’s just that each semester’s teachers has their own set of strengths that they bring to the classroom for the subject matter being covered that semester. Are some better than others? You bet, but I found that to be the same while taking English, sciences, history, math, etc.

I’m sorry you had a bad experience at Flo Valley, but the fact of the matter is that they do graduate students who do pass the NCLEX and they do have a high pass rate to show for that. Read around on allnurses; that pass rate IS primarily what school is about these days. If you can’t graduate students who can pass the boards, then what’s the point.

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I’m not sure what’s up with FLo. It is strange that they start with a class of 60 and only graduate 18-20 students. This semester at Forest Park we have about 15 students who transfered in from FloValley. Almost all their comments echo some of the things this poster has said.(Didnt know anything about a lawsuit though).(Whoever the person suing must have an idiot for an attorney because the first thing you are told in any lawsuit is not to talk to anyone about it. Oh well just my two cents! ) I did notice in the latest NCLEX results posted on the MO BON website they dropped from their 100%(still above 95% though). Forest Park finally went up to 96 or 97%!HURRAY! I love Forest Park and am glad I chose to go there from the begining!


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Courses – Master of Professional Studies in Enterprise Architecture

The MPS in EA program offers you a comprehensive education in the principles and practice of enterprise architecture by integrating strategic, business, and technology planning methods; you can acquire the ability to understand, analyze, justify, and communicate solutions throughout your course of study. And you can complete the 33-credit online master’s degree program in as little as two years on a part-time basis.

The core course of study includes:

  • enterprise architecture foundations
  • enterprise architecture tools and practices
  • enterprise modeling
  • enterprise information technology architecture
  • enterprise architecture leadership and decision making
  • project and portfolio management
  • understanding complex organizations
  • cost and value management
  • corporate, business, and project strategy

Electives courses are available in:

  • supply chain
  • enterprise integration
  • security
  • project management

Along the way to earning a master’s degree in EA, you can further enhance your résumé by earning a certificate in project management. The 12-credit certificate uses problem-based learning to provide a strong foundation in project management theory and practice. The program is AACSB accredited, and Penn State is a Project Management Institute (PMI)® Registered Education Provider (R.E.P), so your certificate will be a well-respected credential. To earn the Graduate Certificate in Project Managment. you must apply for it separately.

Apply Your Knowledge Immediately

Along with having the convenience of a flexible schedule for your studies, earning your MPS in EA degree online while you continue to work full-time offers you the unique advantage of applying knowledge as you learn. As a student in the MPS in EA program, you can apply course concepts in your job immediately. This practical application improves the learning experience and allows you to provide value to your employer each day. Also, you will have access to your network of peers throughout the program, which can help you when tackling challenges at work.

Build Your Professional Network

The online courses are highly interactive and collaborative, allowing you to build strong ties with others and gain perspectives from other disciplines and industries.

See course start and end periods, registration deadlines, and semesters offered. Course Schedule


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MeetRichard Cunha, Attorney. Swansea, Massachusetts,(admitted Commonwealth of Massachusetts), a 2010 graduate of TLI’s first attorney training program, he performs applicant evaluations before writing recommendations for admission to practice before the U.S. Tax Court. Attorney Cunha currently practices before the U.S. Tax Court. Occasionally, he still calls upon TLI for opinions and problem-solving.

HearCharles Read CPA, USTCP, Lewisville, Texas,who passed the U.S. Tax Court Non-attorney Exam in 2014, talk about test-taking strategies and developing a solo practice. Mr. Read currently practices before the U.S. Tax Court. He completed TLI’s U.S. Tax Court Non-attorney Exam Prep Program in 2014 and the U.S. Tax Court Apprenticeship Program in 2015. Most often, he likes to talk about his very first case. Charles is the recipient of TLI’sJudicial Certificate of Meritfor the 2014 testing cycle.

MeetL.B. Carpenter, CPA, USTCP. Miami, Florida. He is a tough-talking professional who took on controversial cases before the IRS that often led to “win-win” decisions for his clients. He looks forward to engaging the IRS in U.S. Tax Court where he will litigate small and regular tax controversies. He completed TLI’s U.S. Tax Court Non-attorney Exam Prep Program in 2016 and is currently enrolled in TLI’s U.S. Tax Court Apprenticeship Program in preparation for the Court’s 2017 opening session. L.B. is the recipient of TLI’sJudicial Certificate of Meritfor the 2016 testing cycle.

Our Teaching Faculty

  • former law professor introduces participants to structure and operation of the U.S. Tax Court, legal ethics rules for USTCPs, and Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE).
  • former U.S. Tax Court judge, who previously worked in the IRS DistrictCounsel. discusses his experience as judge and Commisoner’s representative in U.S. Tax Court. Cites tax law, reviews cases, judicial opinions, explains tax evidence rules and courtroom procedures and rulings that test candidates must know to receive a passing grade on the non-attorney exam and practice before the Court.
  • seasoned IRS enrolled agent coaches licensed tax professionals engaged in IRS tax practice as to how to answer questions found on the Substantive Tax section of the exam.
  • previous test candidates who are admitted to practice as United States Tax Court Practitioners discuss their exam preparation and test-taking stratigies.

Non-attorney Test Preparation

  • begins May 2018 (early enrollment Sept 2017)
  • $8,500 fee (payment plans available 10% surcharge)
  • 6-month preparation program
  • weekends only
  • 2-3-hour telephonic group conferences
  • inclusive of all e-books and study materials
  • inclusive of consultations with judge
  • faculty tutoring
  • Federal Bar Review© (intensive study)
  • inclusive of fee reduction. applicant pays only $750 for admission to Washington DC Pre-exam Review, lucheon (with judge) and overnight accommodations at Georgetown University).
  • begins May 2017 (for anyone who passed)
  • $2,500 fee plus $750 fee for judcial advisory (no payment plans)
  • 45-day preparation program
  • weekends only
  • Mock Trials
  • two-hour telephonic and HD video conferences
  • inclusive of print and electronic study materials
  • small and regular tax case preparation
  • petition writing
  • stipulation and motion writing
  • Trial Advocacy training
  • faculty tutoring
  • inclusive of consultations with judge
  • begins anytime (non-attorneys and self-represented)
  • $1,500 fee (no payment plans)
  • 30-day preparation program
  • weekends only
  • 90-min. telephonic conferences
  • inclusive of all study materials
  • prepare well-drafted Tax Court petitions
  • prepare Tax Court motions and post-trial briefs
  • prepare Tax Court memoranda of law
  • faculty tutoring

Preparing Tax Returns

  • begin anytime
  • $2,500 fee (payment plans 10% surcharge)
  • for those entirely new to taxes who want to learn basic federal tax
  • plain-English explanations of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC).
  • step-by-step instructions on how to prepare all types of returns, including individual income tax returns and consolidated tax returns
  • private faculty tutoring for all three-parts of the Special Enrollment Examination that the IRS requires so as to be approved as an Enrolled Agent ( “FAQ”)

Preparer Penalty Defense

  • defense of Tax Return Preparers who are cited for violations pertaining to tax returns prepared by them for various taxpayers wherein improper deductions or mis-assignment of tax credits, etc. are determined by the IRS and give rise to substantial civil and criminal penalties.
  • $195 fee per hour (no payment plans)

Our Law School Degrees from University of Alabama

Our Distinguished Speakers

We strive to bring the guidance and support offered by noted tax jurists and regulatory officials of the U. S. Tax Court and Internal Revenue Service. Our speakers provide an opportunity for our participants to talk first-hand with the rule- and decision-makers and gain insight into tax policy and U.S. Tax Court trial practices. Through our various programs and live pre-exam review at Gerorgetown University, exam applicants and newly-admitted United States Tax Court Practitioners (USTCPs) can spend up to 26 weeks engaged in inter-active discussions with our legal and tax scholars.

Our U.S. Tax Court Reps

There are currently two (2) United States Tax Court Practitioners and one (1) tax attorney affiliated with TLI. They are available to taxpayers for consultation and retention as U.S. Tax Court representatives. They may retained for individual, partnership, corporate, trust or estate tax determinations of the IRS that you want to challenge. (See “U.S. Tax Court Reps” for contact information)

Reasonable payment plans are made available to all and a payment arrangement can usually be reached for those applicants on a tight budget. Grants and scholarships are available to those who qualify. See “Fees”.