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CASINO MANAGEMENT COURSES @ UFN

Casino Management Courses


The International Gaming UNF gaming management courses provide the utmost in professional development training.

CASINO MANAGEMENT COURSES:



SUMMER COURSES



Casino Auditing I



This course is intended to help the student develop or enhance your casino internal controls, policies, and procedures. Topics include casino internal control and management's responsibility, internal audit and the regulatory process, currency transactions reporting, minimum internal control standards (MICS) and the system of internal control, casino cage, slots, table games, casino fraud, and analyzing casino operations.





Course Number: 122G6113
Textbook Information:


Title: Casino Accounting and Financial Management, 2nd edition


Author: Greenlees


Publisher: University of Nevada Press



Casino Management II


This course is designed to further identify, contrast, and compare basic casino department management procedures as studied in the Introduction to Casino Management course. Students will examine and discuss the relationship between the casino department and other departments in a hotel/casino environment and utilize supply chain management, customer relationship management, and product life-cycle management concepts to develop an overall experience.





Course Number: 122IG6103



Prerequisite: Intro to Casino Management, or comparable casino experience.



Textbook Information:


Title: Casino Operations Management


2nd Edition, 2005


Authors: Kilby, J., Fox, J., & Lucas, A.F.


Publisher: Hoboken, NJ: Wiley


ISBN# 0-471-26632-9



Casino Marketing for Industry Professionals



Enables students to combine all of the elements necessary to create, maintain, and grow a casino marketing program for all types of gaming environments. They will learn how to evaluate the marketing envrionment, analyze and identify marketing opportunites, define and select target customers and plan marketing programs.



  • Game / System Development / Slot Operations Management,
  • Casino / Slot Marketing / Player Tracking / Player Bonusing Systems
  • Business Planning and Development
  • Database Development


Course Number: 122IG6109



Prerequisite: Intro to Casino Management, or comparable casino experience.



Best Practices in Casino and Gaming Protection





This course covers overall surveillance department operation and the core skills necessary for both the individual investigator, and the department, to succeed in the protection of the business. Key surveillance skills and a thorough knowledge of casino and hotel operations are stressed. Methods to protect operations and to detect cheating at gaming, advantage play and internal and external theft and fraud are provided.





Course Number: 122IG6110




Textbook information:


Title: Casino Security and Gaming Surveillance


Authors: Derk J. Boss & Alan W. Zajic


CAT: #. AU7827


ISBN: 9781420087826


ISBN: 10: 1420087827











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Casino Auditing I







This course is intended to help the student develop or enhance your casino internal controls, policies, and procedures. Topics include casino internal control and management's responsibility, internal audit and the regulatory process, currency transactions reporting, minimum internal control standards (MICS) and the system of internal control, casino cage, slots, table games, casino fraud, and analyzing casino operations.





Course Number: 123IG6113



Textbook Information:


Title: Casino Accounting and Financial Management, 2nd edition


Author: Greenlees


Publisher: University of Nevada Press


Introduction to Casino Management



This course is designed to identify, contrast, and compare basic casino department management procedures. At the conclusion of the course, students will be able to and apply the basic procedures of managing a casino within a resort setting. Students will examine and discuss the relationship between the casino department and other departments in a hotel/casino environment. Course content will focus on game selection, controls, layouts, gaming development and customer service.






Course Number: 123IG6101





Textbook Information:


Title: Casino Operations Management


2nd Edition, 2005


Authors: Kilby, J., Fox, J., & Lucas, A.F.


Publisher: Hoboken, NJ: Wiley


ISBN# 0-471-26632-9



Casino Management II



This course is designed to further identify, contrast, and compare basic casino department management procedures as studied in the Introduction to Casino Management course. Students will examine and discuss the relationship between the casino department and other departments in a hotel/casino environment and utilize supply chain management, customer relationship management, and product life-cycle management concepts to develop an overall experience.





Course Number: 123IG6103

Prerequisite: Intro to Casino Management, or comparable casino experience.



Textbook Information:


Title: Casino Operations Management


2nd Edition, 2005


Authors: Kilby, J., Fox, J., & Lucas, A.F.


Publisher: Hoboken, NJ: Wiley


ISBN# 0-471-26632-9



Casino Marketing for Industry Professionals



Enables students to combine all of the elements necessary to create, maintain, and grow a casino marketing program for all types of gaming environments. They will learn how to evaluate the marketing envrionment, analyze and identify marketing opportunites, define and select target customers and plan marketing programs.





  • Game / System Development / Slot Operations Management,
  • Casino / Slot Marketing / Player Tracking / Player Bonusing Systems
  • Business Planning and Development
  • Database Development


Course Number: 123IG6109



Prerequisite: Intro to Casino Management, or comparable casino experience.



Title 31 - Fundamentals of Anti-Money Laundering Practices for Gaming Professionals



Students will study fundamental reasons for Anti-Money Laundering techniques and learn to recognize common techniques used by criminals to accomplish laundering of illicit funds. A practical approach to risk analysis will be followed by learning the fundamental requirements of Title 31 as it applies to the Casino Business from both the Operations and back office approach. Finally, the course will look at emerging risks and technologies used to comply with Title 31.


Course Number: 123IG6106





Best Practices in Casino and Gaming Protection





This course covers overall surveillance department operation and the core skills necessary for both the individual investigator, and the department, to succeed in the protection of the business. Key surveillance skills and a thorough knowledge of casino and hotel operations are stressed. Methods to protect operations and to detect cheating at gaming, advantage play and internal and external theft and fraud are provided.



Course Number: 123IG6110


Fall Semester - September 24 - November 17, 2012


Textbook information:


Title: Casino Security and Gaming Surveillance


Authors: Derk J. Boss & Alan W. Zajic


CAT: #. AU7827


ISBN: 9781420087826


ISBN: 10: 1420087827



Professional Security and Surveillance Standards in the Hospitality Industry



This course will examine and analyze the key components of Security Surveillance in the hospitality industry. Systems, processes, procedures and best practices will be examined and how their proper implementation impacts Return On Investment (ROI) and establishes an industry recognized Security Surveillance standard.


Course Number: 123IG6108