Examines the history of the gaming industry and the development, organization and management of casinos. Investigates economics, moral and social issues of gaming including problem gambling. Covers gaming regulations, accounting and taxation of casinos, casino marketing, national and international gaming destinations, game probabilities and the interaction of the casino department with other other divisions of mega casino resorts including lodging, food and beverage and meetings and conventions. A central focus will be on current trends and events. No credit will be given to students who have taken HMGT 777J.
YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OF AGE AS OF THE DATE OF SCHEDULED FIELD TRIP, WHICH TAKES PLACE APPROXIMATELY TWO MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS. Otherwise, do not register for this course. Legal PHOTO identification will be required the first class sessions to verify eligbility. Those not eligible will be required to immediately drop the course or receive an AF grade.
Online course; no campus visits required. Students that have participated in the J-term HMGT 777 course will be eligible to participate in the field trip to a mega casino resort offered in the following Spring semester, once they can provide proof that they are 21 years and older and they are still UNH students.
Only listed classes in section: Junior, Sophomore, Senior
Attributes: Online (no campus visits), EUNH