Resort and Casino Management

The hospitality industry is a growing and dynamic field offering a plethora of opportunities for graduates. The Hospitality programs are designed to prepare students for management positions and leadership roles within this complex and challenging global environment. Through a multidisciplinary approach, students majoring in Resort and Casino Management, will gain the expertise, commitment, and skills for management positions in the expanding industry that provides food, accommodations, tourism and resort/casino experiences to people around the world. Students learn about the operations and management of diverse assembly facilities such as stadiums, arenas, performing arts centers, athletic venues, convention centers, hotels, resorts and casinos. The program has a global perspective and encompasses both public and private sectors. Emphasis is placed on customer service, a major component in the Hospitality industry.

View the Resort and Casino Management major Curriculum requirements.

Faculty Profile

Nancy Waldron, Ph.D.Chair of Marketing & Management; Associate Professor of MarketingDr. Waldron's principal scholarly interests lie in the business marketing arena, primarily in the field of entrepreneurship.  

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