The graduate certificate in gaming and casino operations is designed for individuals wishing to obtain an in-depth understanding of the gaming and resort industries. The certificate is for individuals interested in a management or leadership position in the casino industry, existing casino employees looking to advance to higher levels of management or industry vendors or professionals lawyers, accountants, analysts, architects, and designers.
The certificate consists of 18 graduate credits. It is delivered online and can be obtained within one year by taking two courses at a time for three terms, or within two years by taking one course at a time for six terms. Interested individuals should consult with a hospitality management advisor to schedule the appropriate courses.
For course descriptions, please see the Drexel University Catalog.
|Prerequisite courses (17 credits)|
|HRM 110||Introduction to the Hospitality Industry||3.0|
|HRM 310||Hospitality Accounting Systems||3.0|
|ACCT 115||Financial Accounting||4.0|
|HRM 325||Hotel Rooms Division Management||3.0|
|MATH 101||Introduction to Analysis I||4.0|
|HRM 501||Foundations of the Hospitality Industry||3.0|
|HRM 515||Destination and Resort Management||3.0|
|HRM 572||Gaming Information Systems||3.0|
|HRM 575||Current Issues in Gaming||3.0|
|HRM 670||Casino Financial Analysis||3.0|
|HRM 676||Casino Marketing||3.0|
All credit-bearing coursework at Drexel University requires the submission of an application. If you are interested applying for the Graduate Certificate in Gaming and Casino Operations, please follow the application procedures on Drexel Online's admissions page.