Dec 09, 2018  
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CAS 201 - Casino Internship I

Career-related employment in the gaming industry focusing on an area of interest in a casino, racino or other gaming related enterprise.  The intern will experience the opportunity to apply the theory learned in the program within a gaming business setting.  225 work hours must be logged.  First year course work must be completed or receive permission of Hospitality Programs Department Chair.  Prior work experience is not considered for this course.

Credits: 3
3 Class Hours
Course Profile
Learning Outcomes of the Course:

Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

1.  Demonstrate working competencies in any of hte following areas, or other areas as agreed between the student and instructor.

     Focus Areas - Casino Internship:

  • Dealer
  • Table Games
  • Casino Hotel Services
  • Butler
  • Cage Operations
  • Special Events
  • Sales Department
  • Casino Food & Beverage Service
  • Casino Accounting & Revenue Control
  • Casino Hotel Reservations
  • Casino Hotel Front Office
  • Casino Hotel Housekeeping
  • Racino Operations
  • Casino Direct Marketing
  • Casino Human Resources Department
  • Casino Maintenance Department
  • Casino Sales Department
  • Casino General Management

    All internship positions are to be paid

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