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Get a Specialized Degree in Casino Accounting
About the Program
The Accounting Technology program is designed to prepare students for employment opportunities in the accounting field. Upon successful completion, students should be prepared for accounting positions in business and industry, governmental agencies, and public accounting firms. Software taught in this program includes the latest version of Microsoft Office Suite and QuickBooks.
The gaming management courses will focus on the unique characteristics of both the gaming and hospitality industries. These courses will allow students to learn entry-level skills relating to gaming operations and provide them with the knowledge and attitudes needed to be an effective professional in the gaming industry.
The gaming courses link to other programs that will lead to an Associate of Applied Science degree with a gaming concentration: Administrative Office Technology, Accounting Technology, Business Management Technology, Hotel & Restaurant Management, Business and Marketing Management, Paralegal Technology, and Computer Networking Technology. This degree is designed to help students seek employment in entry level or supervisory gaming positions. For those currently employed, these programs will provide professional growth and career mobility within the gaming industry.
This degree is designed to help students seek employment in entry level or supervisory gaming positions. For those currently employed, these programs will provide professional growth and career mobility within the gaming industry. Jobs may include:
- Casino Bookkeeper or Accountant
- Revenue Accountant
- Casino Auditor
- Accounting Revenue Specialist
- Casino Payroll
- Corporate Accounts Payable
Degree Options and Requirements
Where a transfer to 4-year college or university is desired, a conference should be scheduled with a MGCCC advisor.
All students completing a career or technical program must complete either the MS-CPAS (Mississippi Career Planning and Assessment System) or an MGCCC Board- approved Technical Skills Attainment assessment where applicable. Students should see an advisor for further details.
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Accounting Technology – Gaming Concentration Coursework
For class times, visit the MGCCC class schedules.
Accounting Technology Gaming Certificate
|ACC 2213 - Principles of Accounting I||3|
|BOT 1433 - Business Accounting||3|
|BOT 1233 - Microsoft® Word® I||3|
|BOT 1273 - Introduction to Microsoft® Office®||3|
|BOT 1313 - Applied Business Math||3|
|BOT 1713 - Mechanics of Communication||3|
|BOT 1213 - Professional Development||3|
|BOT 1243 - Microsoft® Word® II||3|
|BOT 1823 - Microsoft® Excel® I||3|
|BOT 2433 - QuickBooks®||3|
|BOT 2813 - Business Communication||3|
Total Credits: 30
Accounting Technology Gaming Diploma
|BOT 1443 - Advanced Business Accounting||3|
|BOT 2423 - Income Tax Accounting||3|
|BOT 2463 - Payroll Accounting||3|
|GMT 1133 - Casino Financial Accounting||3|
|GMT 1113 - Casino Business Strategy & Operations||3|
Total Credits: 15
Associate of Applied Science Degree
|ENG 1113 / 1114 English Composition I or ENG 1033 Technical English||3/4|
|SPT 1113 - Public Speaking I||3|
|Math/Natural Science Elective||3/4**|
|Social/Behavioral Science Elective||3|
|Humanities/Fine Arts Elective||3|
Total Credits: 15/17
Please refer to “The Credit by Non-Traditional Means” regarding stipulations for receiving articulated credit.
* Prior to enrollment in BOT 1233 students will be required to key straight-copy material at a minimum of 35 GWPM, on a five-minute timed writing with a maximum of one error per minute. Students who do not demonstrate this level of proficiency will be required to enroll in BOT 1013 – Introduction to Keyboarding.