Gaming management courses and leadership programs offered by the University of Nevada

Staff reports
12/14/10

RENO, Nev. – Gain the latest industry-specific management tools and learn the best-demonstrated practices used today, with gaming management courses offered by the University of Nevada, Reno Gaming Management Program. Courses taught by industry experts and university faculty provide in-depth management and career development to executives, managers, supervisors and aspiring gaming professionals to improve the bottom line and update, enhance and acquire business essentials unique to the gaming industry.

Celebrating its 22nd year as the world’s premier provider of gaming management education, the university’s Gaming Management Program has been training gaming professionals around the globe since 1989. Developed by the university in partnership with top industry experts, the gaming management courses help casino professionals lead in a dynamic and rapidly changing industry. Since its inception, the Gaming Management Program has educated more than 9,000 participants from every state and country in the world with regulated gaming operations.

Among the program’s enrollees, more than 700 have earned the university’s full Certificate in Gaming Management, a rigorous 90-hour professional credential signifying commitment to excellence, substantial knowledge and mastery of skills necessary for successful management in the gaming industry.

Scheduled week-long courses are held at the University of Nevada, Reno campus; additional courses are offered at sites throughout the United States and internationally. The university’s professional development programs in gaming management may also be customized and delivered to a company’s site anywhere in the world.

For registration and course information call Extended Studies at the University of Nevada, Reno, (775) 784-4062 or (800) 233-8928, or visit www.gaming.unr.edu.

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