Academically, the MBA program follows a standard curricular model; the beginning is composed of core requirements, and elective courses available in the second year. In line with the school's commitment to flexibility, students can tailor their own concentration or specialize in areas such as finance, MIS and service marketing. There are four joint degrees available, an MBA/DMD, MBA/JD and MBA/MS in either hotel administration or MIS. Candidates can also earn a graduate certificate in MIS.
Job prospects are thick on the ground in Las Vegas, particularly in the gaming industry and hotel administration areas. Insiders tell Vault that the evening format means that socializing with other students takes more of an effort since almost all have work responsibilities and many have family obligations to get back to after class. But, of course, Las Vegas is not a city that lacks entertainment options, and students looking for social activities are sure to find them.