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Taxation Law

Undergraduate specialisation

Gain a practical knowledge of taxation law that employers will value.

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  • Qualification
    Taxation Law Specialisation
  • Credit
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This course belongs to multiple degrees. Select the single degree or double degree below to see the application deadlines.

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Why study Taxation Law at Curtin?

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Taxation Law



It’s important for any business to be able to navigate the complexities of taxation law, so having knowledge in this field will enhance your employability and also provide a good foundation should you wish to operate your own business in the future. 

This specialisation comprises four taxation units that provide in-depth knowledge of taxation to complement your overall area of study. It will introduce you to taxation laws as they relate to both the domestic and international markets. 

During your study, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in field trips and national and international study tours. You may also get to work on real-life cases while participating in the Curtin Tax Clinic.

The Taxation Law specialisation differs to the Taxation major in that it allows you to get a good working knowledge of taxation while majoring in a different area.

What jobs can the Taxation Law Specialisation lead to?


  • In-house tax accountant/manager
  • Tax agent
  • Taxation accountant
  • Taxation lawyer
  • Taxation officer
  • Taxation specialist
  • Treasurer


  • Accounting
  • Finance and investment
  • Government
  • Law
  • Resources and renewables

What you'll learn

  • Please refer to Course Learning Outcomes
Credit for recognised learning (CRL)

Use your experience to get credit towards your degree

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Fees and charges

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