Successful completion of this Associate of Applied Science degree will provide students with an opportunity to seek employment in casino supervisory and management positions. For those currently employed in the industry, this credential enhances the opportunity for job advancement, professional growth and career mobility. Students will obtain knowledge in table games, slot operations, casino surveillance, casino marketing, gaming laws and regulations, casino cage operations, casino mathematics, statistical analysis, financial accounting, and human relations in the casino industry.
This program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration (ACPHA), P.O. Box 400, Oxford, MD 21654, telephone: (410) 226- 5527, emails: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Explain casino terminology and the standard operating procedures applicable to slot operations, surveillance, casino marketing, table games, and cage operations.
- Interpret the laws, regulations, and minimum internal control standards that govern casino operations.
- Evaluate principles related to casino mathematics, statistical analysis, and financial accounting.
- Identify the customer service traits, characteristics, and attitudes consistent with acceptable guest service standards.
General Education Requirements (22 Credits)
Mathematics (3 Credits)
NOTE: Your first college-level MATH course MUST be completed before reaching 30 total college-level credits.
English Composition (3-5 Credits)
NOTE: Your first college-level ENG course MUST be completed before reaching 30 total college-level credits.
Communications (3 Credits)
Human Relations (3 Credits)
Natural Science (3 Credits)
Fine Arts/Humanities/Social Science (3 Credits)
- any AM prefix course
- or any ANTH prefix course (except ANTH 102 and ANTH 110L)
- or any ART prefix course
- or DAN 101 - Dance Appreciation
- or any ECON prefix course
- or ENG 223 - Themes of Literature or above
- or GEOG 106 - Introduction to Cultural Geography
- or any HIST prefix course
- or any MUS prefix course (except MUS 100)
- or any PHIL prefix course
- or PHO 101 - Beginning Photography
- or any PSC prefix course
- or any PSY prefix course
- or any SOC prefix course
- or any THTR prefix course (except THTR 275)
- or WMST 113 - Gender, Race, and Class
- or World Languages 101B or above (this includes the following course prefixes: ARA, ARM, CHI, FIL, FREN, GER, GRE, ITAL, JPN, KOR, LAT, PORT, RUS, SPAN, and THAI)
U.S. and Nevada Constitutions (4-6 Credits)
Special Program Requirements (40 Credits)
Core Requirements (31 Credits)