Master of Science in Taxation: Virtual Open House

Join the MST Virtual Open House

June 2, 2021

5:00PM – 6:00PM


Learn how Temple’s MST program can help you meet your professional goals. This unique collaboration between Temple’s Beasley School of Law and Fox School of Business gives you access to a robust curriculum taught by outstanding full-time and adjunct faculty from both schools. Faculty members will discuss the MST curriculum, the flexible ways you can earn your degree, and the many benefits of doing so at Temple. Come be a part of the discussion – register now!


Andrew Weiner

Director, Graduate Tax Program Practice Professor of Law, Beasley School of Law

Andrew Weiner is the Director of the Graduate Tax Program and a Practice Professor of Law. Prior to arriving at Temple, Professor Weiner spent more than a decade as an attorney in the Tax Division of the Department of Justice, initially in the Appellate Section, where he briefed and argued approximately 50 cases throughout the United States Courts of Appeals, and then at the trial level in the Court of Federal Claims Section. He received numerous distinguished service awards during his tenure. Professor Weiner also served as an adjunct professor at American University Washington College of Law, where he taught corporate and partnership tax.  Professor Weiner started his career as an Associate at O’Melveny and Myers, LLP in Washington, DC. He also clerked for Judge Stanley Marcus of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and for Chief Justice Deborah T. Poritz of the New Jersey Supreme Court.

Elizabeth Gordon

Professor and Chair of the Department of Accounting, Fox School of Business

Elizabeth (Betsy) Gordon is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Accounting at the Fox School. She specializes in the areas of financial reporting and international accounting investigating topics such as international financial reporting standards, corporate communications, executive compensation, related party transactions, accounting restatements, market development and corporate disclosure. Dr. Gordon was an auditor with PwC and interned at the White House’s Office of Management and Budget before entering academia. She received her Doctorate from Columbia University, Masters in Business Administration from Yale University and Bachelors of Science in accounting with highest distinction from Indiana University. She has been on the faculty of the Graduate School of Business at the University of Chicago, the Rutgers Business School, and a visiting professor at the University of Pennsylvania.

David Jones

Jerome Fox Chair of Accounting, Taxation, and Financial Strategy, Fox School of Business

David (Dave) Jones is the Jerome Fox Chair in Accounting, Taxation and Financial Strategy at the Fox School. Dave received his Doctor Management degree from Case Western Reserve University. Before then, he was a tax partner with Ernst & Young, LLP and Global CEO of the firm’s Global Mobility Services. Dave has been a professor at Slippery Rock University and Case Western Reserve University prior to joining Temple. Dave’s research interests include practitioner-oriented tax research in general topics and real estate tax, and behavioral trends among tax professionals.

James Tutelman

Development Executive, Fox School of Business

James (Jim) Tutelman is a Development Executive at the Fox School and has nearly four decades of accounting firm experience. Most recently, he was a long-time tax partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP based in Philadelphia. Jim received his B.S. from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business.

James C. Fee, Jr.

Senior Level Counsel, Large Business & International Division, Office of Chief Counsel – IRS

James (Jim) C. Fee, Jr. is the Senior Level Counsel for the Global High Wealth and the Pass-through Entity programs in the Large Business and International Division (LB&I) of the IRS. He has had program oversight for several national tax shelter projects, most recently the IRS’s Syndicated Conservation Easement program. Previously, he was a Deputy Area Counsel in LB&I. Jim started his career as a Certified Public Accountant and earned his law degree in the evening at Temple Law School while working as a revenue agent and then an appeals officer at the IRS. Jim also earned a Master of Laws in Taxation (LL.M.) at Temple and has worked in private practice. Jim has more than two decades of experience teaching tax both to IRS employees and undergraduate and graduate students.

An Interdisciplinary Collaboration

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