Summer Program: Tribal Gaming and Hospitality Management

Want to Grow Your Career in Tribal Gaming and Hospitality Management?

Learn about relevant concepts and practical skills in marketing, management, and accounting and finance – the three pillars in most Tribal Gaming and Hospitality enterprises.

The Department of American Indian Studies, in conjunction with the Foster School of Business, will offer a summer certificate program in Tribal Gaming and Hospitality Management. This 10-credit program spans the full summer term (June 19 to August 18) and is open to current UW students, visiting students, and the general public.

In conjunction with the leaders of Tribal gaming enterprises, this program’s goal is to help prepare the next generation of leaders for tribal casinos in the northwest. The course combines general business education with issues specifically relevant to the tribal gaming business to create a unique learning environment.

Summer Quarter of 2017, the Foster School of Business is partnering with the American Indian Studies Department to offer a companion course for undergraduate students. For two days a week, students will receive instruction in four modules: management/leadership, marketing, finance/accounting, and a capstone project. It provides essential information for any tribal gaming and hospitality business. It explores customer markets, business models, people management, core business processes, ethics, and financial basics.

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Registration information can be found at the UW Summer Quarter website.


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