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CASINO MANAGEMENT

CM 10

CASINO MANAGEMENT� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B and MATH 101 or equivalent

CM 10 is a survey of history, development, and management of casinos and gaming.� This course will examine the environment, operations, regulation, accounting, auditing, and taxation of casinos and gaming operations.� (AA, CSU)

CM 11

CASINO REGULATIONS AND CONTROLS� (3)

Class Hours:� 3 Lecture.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B and MATH 101 or equivalent

CM 11 is a survey of laws and regulations related to the Gaming Industry within the United States.� This course will emphasize the development of gaming in the State of California, including compact agreements between California and Native American tribes.� (AA, CSU)

CM 12

NATIVE AMERICAN GAMING� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B or equivalent

CM 12 studies the evolution of Native American gaming and its' influence on tribal society.� This course will examine the social, cultural, economic, political, legal and regulatory impact of legalized gaming on Native Americans and the communities in which they live.� This course will focus on contemporary attitudes and opinions about Native American gaming operations and infrastructure development brought about by gaming revenues.� (AA, CSU)

CM 61A

MINI-BACCARAT/MIDI-BACCARAT/BACCARAT DEALING� (2)

Class Hours: .5 Lecture, 4.5 Laboratory.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B and MATH 101 or equivalent

CM 61A is an introductory course in Dealing Mini-Baccarat, Midi-Baccarat or Baccarat as appropriate).� It describes the basic rules and fundamentals of Mini-Baccarat (Midi-Baccarat or Baccarat as appropriate).� Hands-on practice and instruction are provided in the rules and fundamentals of Mini-Baccarat using casino tables and equipment.� (AA)

CM 61B

POKER DEALING� (2)

Class Hours: .5 Lecture, 4.5 Laboratory.� Strongly Recommended Preparation:� ENG 101B or MATH 101 or equivalent

CM 61B is an advanced course in dealing casino poker games of all types.� The main focus is on Seven-Card Stud, Texas Hold'em, Omaha and Omaha 8.� Hands-on practice and instruction are provided in dealing poker games using tables and equipment.� (AA)

CM 61C

BLACKJACK DEALING� (2)

Class Hours: .5 Lecture, 4.5 Laboratory.� Strongly Recommended Preparation:� ENG 101B or MATH 101 or equivalent

CM 61C is an advanced course in dealing casino Blackjack.� Hands-on practice and practice and instruction are provided in dealing blackjack using casino tables and equipment.� (AA)

CM 61D

PAI GOW DEALING� (2)

Class Hours: .5 Lecture, 4.5 Laboratory.� Strongly Recommended Preparation:� ENG 101B and MATH 101 or equivalent

CM 61D is an advanced course in dealing casino Pai Gow Poker.� The main focus is on dealing Pai Gow Poker with either the House Banking or the Player Banking.� Hands on practice and instruction are provided in the rules and fundamentals of Pai Gow Poker using casino tables and equipment.� (AA)

CM 63A�

INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT OF BINGO AND KENO� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory. Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B or equivalent

CM 63A is an overview of bingo and keno operations within the Gaming Industry, with an emphasis on game rules, regulations, departmental roles and reporting procedures.� (AA)

CM 63B

ADVANCED MANAGEMENT OF BINGO AND KENO� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory.� Strongly Recommended Preparation:� ENG 101B or equivalent

CM 63B is an advanced study of bingo and keno management procedures and techniques with an emphasis on conflict resolution, supervisory skills, budgeting techniques, and marketing of special events.� (AA)

CM 64A

INTRODUCTION TO CASINO CAGE OPERATIONS� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory.� Strongly Recommended Preparation:� ENG 101B or equivalent

CM 64A is an overview of operations with casino cashier's cage.� This course reviews basic cage procedures with an emphasis on controls and monetary regulations affecting the gaming industry.� This course will also stress the importance of guest/customer service, reporting requirements and accountability.� (AA)

CM 64B

ADVANCED CASINO CAGE OPERATIONS� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory.� Strongly Recommended Preparation:� ENG 101B or equivalent

CM 64B is an advanced study of casino cage operations procedures and techniques with an emphasis on the Federal Bank Secrecy Act, marketing and promotions, quasi cash and banking, and compulsive gambling.� (AA)

CM 65A

INTRODUCTION TO SECURITY OPERATIONS� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B or equivalent

CM 65A is a survey of modern security methods used for the protection of a company in the hospitality industry.� This course develops basic techniques to secure buildings, preventative measures, and appropriate responses to incidents that do occur.� (AA)

CM 65B

CASINO SECURITY� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory.� Prerequisite: CM 65A

Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B or equivalent

CM 65B surveys modern security methods used for the protection of a casino within the gaming industry. This course develops basic security techniques to monitor overall casino operations.� (AA)

CM 65C

ADVANCED CASINO SECURITY� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory.� Prerequisite: CM 65B

CM 65C is the analysis of security management methods used within the gaming industry.� This course develops managerial skills and supervision techniques to guide a security department's performance in the overall casino operations.� (AA)

CM 66A

INTRODUCTION TO SLOTS MANAGEMENT� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101 or equivalent

CM 66A is a survey of basic slots management focusing on departmental responsibilities and operating procedures.� This course introduces casino development, slots operations, and procedures, as well as slot drops, count rooms, jackpot fills, and credits.� (AA)

CM 66B

ADVANCED SLOTS MANAGEMENT� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory.� Prerequisite: CM 66A

CM 66B is an advanced study of slots department management procedures and techniques with emphasis on slot floor panning, machine mixing, marketing and promotion, detection of slots, scams, and improvement of productivity.� (AA)

 
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