Associate in Applied Science
CIP CODE: 52.0908
Lodging and Casino Management is a program that prepares individuals to manage casinos and gaming establishments. It includes instruction in casino operations, casino security and surveillance, principles of the gaming industry, game operations, ethics, psychology of addiction and gaming law. The AAS Lodging and Casino Management degree is designed to provide students with an opportunity to learn the casino industry, to practically enforce legal and regulatory aspects of gaming, and understand the relationship of the casino industry within the local hospitality industry and tourism concerns of New York State.
Program Learning Outcomes:
- Describe the evolution of gaming.
- Possess a general understanding of games of chance found in various gaming operations.
- Understand and describe the general gaming regulations found throughout the industry.
- Articulate the positive economic impact of gaming operations.
- Have an introductory understanding of the sociological impact of the gaming industry.
- Gain introductory requirements for gaming marketing and promotions specific to the gaming industry
- Possess an introductory understanding of gaming financial and accounting control found in a variety of venues.
- Demonstrate, following practical instruction and examination, the ability to play, run, supervise and manage a variety of casino/racino games.
- Understand and employ principles of casino management including casino organizational structure and casino hotel structure and staffing.
- Understand and utilize specific casino marketing techniques addressing such concerns as consumer choice factors, player action criteria, the premium player segment and discounting.
- Identify Vulnerabilities, Risks, and Threats inside a Casino.
Program supervised by:
Rey Wojdat, CSCE, CPCE, Chairperson
Office: Science Building, Room 215
Telephone: 607 778-5171