The undergraduate certificate in Gaming and Casino Operations provides individuals interested in careers in the casino resort industry with an in depth understanding of the unique aspects of casino and resort operations and management.
This certificate focuses on the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to become competent managers in a casino resort. The program is designed for people interested in a career in the casino industry or for existing casino employees looking to advance to higher levels of management.
The certificate consists of 18 quarter undergraduate credits and is delivered online.
For course descriptions, please see the Drexel University Catalog.
|Required Prerequisite Courses|
|HRM 110||Introduction to the Hospitality Industry||3.0|
|HRM 310||Hospitality Accounting Systems||3.0|
|HRM 325||Hotel Rooms Division Management||3.0|
|MATH 101||Introduction to Analysis I||4.0|
|MATH 181||Mathematical Analysis I||3.0|
|Certificate Course Requirements|
|HRM 355||Resort Management||3.0|
|HRM 370||Gaming and Casino Management I||3.0|
|HRM 371||Gaming and Casino Management II||3.0|
|HRM 470||Gaming Legislation, Policy, and Law||3.0|
|HRM 472||Gaming Information Systems||3.0|
|HRM 475||Current Issues in Gaming||3.0|
All credit-bearing coursework at Drexel University requires the submission of an application. If you are interested in applying for the Undergraduate Certificate in Gaming and Casino Operations, please follow the application procedures on Drexel Online's admissions page.