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The AIC Master of Business Administration in Resort and Casino Management program provides comprehensive learning in the key areas of business knowledge necessary for success in the global economy of the 21st century. It combines theory with practice to develop a full understanding of the ways that each business discipline can be integrated into a broad-based approach to effective organizational leadership.
The program is designed for recent college graduates, current business professionals and experienced, mid-career managers who seek a graduate business degree to advance their careers. The MBA Program at AIC is a structured, 12 course, 36 credit program that operates on a cohort-based model. Students enter the program as a group or cohort in September or January and will attend classes with the same group of students until they graduate from the program. This fosters a close, team-based working relationship between the students within each cohort.
Students must successfully complete graduate course work in six core business disciplines. Additionally students must successfully complete five courses specific to the resort and casino industry. The culmination of the program is the MBA Capstone where students pull together the knowledge gained throughout program by creating a comprehensive business plan to address a significant business problem or issue within the Resort and Casino industry.