Casino Management Program
The Casino Management Program trains students for entry-level and supervisory positions in the gaming industry, including positions such as floor supervisor, pit manager and casino host. For currently employed students, this program will aid in career advancement, professional growth and career mobility.
Students study all aspects of casino operations including slots, table games, race and sports book operations, casino cage operations, surveillance, gaming laws, regulations, minimum internal control requirements, strategic management, and customer service standards. Our associate degree can be customized with dealing electives ranging from blackjack and craps to Baccarat and poker and will transfer to many four-year institutions.
Classes take place in our state-of-the-art, 2,700-square-foot gaming laboratory consisting of the latest technology and casino grade equipment. Our instructors bring decades of real-world casino and resort experience to the classroom and our program is the only one in the nation to be dually accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration and the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.