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Graduate Course Details
Number HRI 775
Title Advanced Casino Theory & Practice
Credits 3.0

Description

This graduate level casino gaming course is an advanced introduction to the casino environment. Beginning with the history of gaming in America, the student will become aware of societal costs and benefits associated with casinos and understand possible negative gaming behaviors, Using theoretical underpinnings of gaming, students will learn rules and security procedures related to each major casino game; calculate house odds, win, and hold; and analyze standard accounting and back-office cash procedures.

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Graduate Course Details
Number HRI 775
Title Advanced Casino Theory & Practice
Credits 3.0

Description

This graduate level casino gaming course is an advanced introduction to the casino environment. Beginning with the history of gaming in America, the student will become aware of societal costs and benefits associated with casinos and understand possible negative gaming behaviors, Using theoretical underpinnings of gaming, students will learn rules and security procedures related to each major casino game; calculate house odds, win, and hold; and analyze standard accounting and back-office cash procedures.

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Graduate Course Details
Number HRI 775
Title Advanced Casino Theory & Practice
Credits 3.0

Description

This graduate level casino gaming course is an advanced introduction to the casino environment. Beginning with the history of gaming in America, the student will become aware of societal costs and benefits associated with casinos and understand possible negative gaming behaviors, Using theoretical underpinnings of gaming, students will learn rules and security procedures related to each major casino game; calculate house odds, win, and hold; and analyze standard accounting and back-office cash procedures.

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Graduate Course Details
Number HRI 775
Title Advanced Casino Theory & Practice
Credits 3.0

Description

This graduate level casino gaming course is an advanced introduction to the casino environment. Beginning with the history of gaming in America, the student will become aware of societal costs and benefits associated with casinos and understand possible negative gaming behaviors, Using theoretical underpinnings of gaming, students will learn rules and security procedures related to each major casino game; calculate house odds, win, and hold; and analyze standard accounting and back-office cash procedures.

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Graduate Course Details
Number HRI 775
Title Advanced Casino Theory & Practice
Credits 3.0

Description

This graduate level casino gaming course is an advanced introduction to the casino environment. Beginning with the history of gaming in America, the student will become aware of societal costs and benefits associated with casinos and understand possible negative gaming behaviors, Using theoretical underpinnings of gaming, students will learn rules and security procedures related to each major casino game; calculate house odds, win, and hold; and analyze standard accounting and back-office cash procedures.

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Graduate Course Details
Number HRI 775
Title Advanced Casino Theory & Practice
Credits 3.0

Description

This graduate level casino gaming course is an advanced introduction to the casino environment. Beginning with the history of gaming in America, the student will become aware of societal costs and benefits associated with casinos and understand possible negative gaming behaviors, Using theoretical underpinnings of gaming, students will learn rules and security procedures related to each major casino game; calculate house odds, win, and hold; and analyze standard accounting and back-office cash procedures.

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Graduate Course Details
Number HRI 775
Title Advanced Casino Theory & Practice
Credits 3.0

Description

This graduate level casino gaming course is an advanced introduction to the casino environment. Beginning with the history of gaming in America, the student will become aware of societal costs and benefits associated with casinos and understand possible negative gaming behaviors, Using theoretical underpinnings of gaming, students will learn rules and security procedures related to each major casino game; calculate house odds, win, and hold; and analyze standard accounting and back-office cash procedures.

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Graduate Course Details
Number HRI 775
Title Advanced Casino Theory & Practice
Credits 3.0

Description

This graduate level casino gaming course is an advanced introduction to the casino environment. Beginning with the history of gaming in America, the student will become aware of societal costs and benefits associated with casinos and understand possible negative gaming behaviors, Using theoretical underpinnings of gaming, students will learn rules and security procedures related to each major casino game; calculate house odds, win, and hold; and analyze standard accounting and back-office cash procedures.