The Bachelor of Arts in Casino Resort Studies provides students for successful and productive roles in a range of professional careers in the rapidly growing casino resort industry. It encourages the full personal and professional development of those students that it serves. The program is committed to providing educational learning opportunities that teach students how to think critically and strategically, and prepare them for leadership in the dynamic casino resort industry.
Any Mathematics course
Perspectives Outside the European/Comparative Cultures (“nonwestern”) or foreign language or a combination of the two 6-8 credits
Humanities (Ethics course recommended) 12 credits Social Sciences (ECON 101 recommended) 12 credits Science 12 credits Designated Writing Requirement 3-4 credits General Electives (as needed to total 120) 12-18 credits
Select any two electives in CRST