Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management; Concentration in Gaming Management
The hospitality management program offers concentrations in four areas: gaming management, meetings and events, restaurant management, and PGA golf management. Declaration for a concentration can be made anytime after acceptance into the hospitality management program. For more information about the courses required to obtain a degree in this concentration view the concentration flyer.
The gaming management concentration targets not only those who will work in actual casino operations but also students who are thinking about careers in casino accounting, as professional staff in gaming regulations and control, and as suppliers who will serve the casino industry.
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- Apply the mathematics of table games, slots, poker, and race and sports wagering.
- Assess business trends and strategies that affect the growth and success of the gaming industry (e.g., human resources, economic, legislative, global development)
- Evaluate the management and/or design of cash flow systems, including cage operations and credit collection systems.
- Evaluate the management and/or design of gaming regulations including internal controls and accounting and financial systems.
- Evaluate the management and/or design of casino marketing, including promotions, players clubs, and advertising.
- Evaluate the management and/or design of surveillance and security systems in gaming operations.
If there are no Plans of Study listed under this program, they may be listed under one of its sub-plans.