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  Dec 11, 2017
2011-12 Student Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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CAS 100 - The Gaming Industry

3 Cr.

This course introduces the student to the various segments of the Gaming Industry. Major topics include a review of the historical background of gaming and the evolution of the different types of gaming to include Class II and III, lottery, riverboat, conventional and Native American gaming. Coursework will also provide an examination of the mathematics and analysis of gaming and related practices for gaming and casino operations. Additional topics will include a technological review of industry trends, legislative developments and an overview of the economic, social and tourism impacts. This course provides a foundation for additional coursework in the Gaming & Casino Management and Casino Operations programs. This course will examine the role that differing state and federal laws and regulations play in the operation of gaming establishments, hotels, and resort destinations. The limitations and exceptions to these laws that apply to tribal operations will be assessed. This course will provide essential information that managers and employees need to comply with the law and to the development and implementation of a system of internal controls, policies and procedures that will ensure regulatory compliance. Additional topics will include a review of the social, political and environmental impacts of gaming on local, regional, and national jurisdictions, as well as licensing requirements and processes for management, employees, and vendors. (Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters.)

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