Casino Resort Studies, A.A.
Students must have a 2.00 grade-point average in all required coursework as well as a 2.00 cumulative GPA. At least half of the general requirements and half of the core requirements must be
completed at Tulane University.
1. General Requirements for all Casino Resort Studies Associate of Art Degrees:
The following credits are required for the Casino Resort Studies Associate’s Degrees:
Any mathematics course
- CPST 1070 - Mathematics for Information Technology
- PHIL 1060 - Critical Thinking
- PHIL 1210 - Elementary Symbolic Logic
- MGMT 3250 - Business Statistics Oral Communications
Perspectives Outside the European Tradition/Comparative Cultures (nonwestern)/ Foreign Language 3/4
Any SPEC course
- MGMT 2250 - Business Communications
- THEA 2100 - Fundamentals of Acting
|Social Science electives
Total 34 Credits
Designated Writing Course 3-4 credits
In addition to the 34 credits of general requirements, the Associate of Arts in Casino Resort Studies requires 24 credits of casino resort studies core requirements for a total of 60 credits.
2. Core Courses
Core courses in the Casino Resort Studies program are classes that provide a solid foundation of study. Students in the program must take these seven classes. Note: The internship does not apply
to students seeking a minor.
- CRST 1250 - Introduction to Casino Resort Studies
- CRST 2210 - Casino Resort Financial Accounting
- CRST 2250 - Casino Resort Marketing
- CRST 3250 - Quantitative Methods/Applications
- CRST 3910 - Casino Resort Customer Service
- CRST 4170 - Legal, Regulatory, and Security Issues
- CRST 4500 - Internship (last course taken)
Total 18 credits
3. Elective Courses
In addition to the required core courses, students may select an additional one elective (for an Associate of Art or Postbaccalaureate certificate) or one elective class for a minor. The following
are proposed electives, and each is a three-credit course.
- CRST 2330 - Casino Resort Human Resources
- CRST 2240 - Casino Resort Food and Beverage
- CRST 2270 - Introduction to Casino Resort Hotel Management
- CRST 3110 - Addictive Behavior and Gambling *
- CRST 3030 - Casino Resort Information Systems
- MGMT 3380 - Business Ethics
- PHIL 1030 - Ethics
- CRST 4010 - Special Topics
- CRST 4400 - Casino Resort Operation Integration