hm322 | undergraduate

Gaming Management

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This course provides an overview of the business practices and principles unique to the gaming industry. This includes an overview of the history and evolution of gaming, different venues, and the business implications of the economic and social impact of the industry. Special emphasis is placed on legal, ethical, and social issues related to gaming entertainment as a business entity.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    The Business of Casinos

    • Identify business practices unique to the gaming industry.
    • Describe the economic impact of gaming enterprises on the communities in which they operate.
    • Recognize staffing considerations for key roles and functions in the gaming industry.

    The Legal and Ethical Environments of the Gaming Industry

    • Analyze ethical issues in the gaming industry.
    • Explain the complexities of regulating the gaming industry.

    Casinos as Destinations

    • Describe how nongaming entertainment concepts have broadened the gaming industry.
    • Describe how casinos market themselves to draw specific gaming patrons.

    Future Trends in the Gaming Industry

    • Explain how technology influences global perspectives on gaming.

    The History of Gaming in American Society

    • Describe contributing factors that led to the evolution of the U.S. gaming industry.
    • Recognize the implications of gaming on society.
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