FROM: Dr. Susan Ryan
RE: Are casinos profitable for Pennsylvania? Winter Session Online Course About Casino Gaming
Sent: 12/10/2019 9:09:21 AM
To: Students, Faculty, Staff
Get ahead or get caught up this winter.
Winter 2019 100% Online Course
GEO 277 Casinos and Gaming Entertainment
This course has no prerequisites and is open to all undergraduate majors
Also an elective for the Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Studies Major;
Elective for the Event Planning & Mgmt Minor; and,
Elective for the Tourism Studies Minor.
Registration is open now via http://vip.calu.edu
Course Description: Casinos and gaming entertainment are a growing sector of the tourism and hospitality industries. This course examines the history and development of gaming and casino operations. Managerial, technical, and operational concepts of casinos and gaming entertainment will be reviewed. Other topics will include regulatory issues and implications for game protection. Within a global context, the socio-cultural, environmental, and economic impacts of casinos and gaming entertainment will be examined. Responsible gaming operations and management will be emphasized.
I welcome any questions you may have about the course, Event Planning and Management, or Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Studies
This course is designed for flexible completion to fit into your busy plans.
Winter Semester Starts December 16
Your questions are always welcome!
Dr. Susan Ryan
Geography: Tourism Hospitality & Event Studies
Director Cal U Tourism Research Center
Department of Earth Sciences
California University of Pennsylvania
250 University Ave., Campus Box 55
California, PA 15419-1394
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