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Diploma Programme in Casino Management

Diploma in Casino Management

SDH Institute’s Casino Management programmes provide students with an overview of the industry as well as the specific skills required to meet the needs of employers. Besides casino industry specific modules, students will also experience course work focusing on general business topics. This will provide them with a full complement of the skills needed in the business of casino management, including marketing, sales, accounting, security and human resource management.

Awarding Body

  • SDH Institute


Diploma Awarded

  • Diploma in Casino Management


Entry Requirements

Minimum Age 17
Language Requirement
  • Attained IELTS 5.0 or equivalent or
  • Pass SDH’s English Proficiency Test (Intermediate Level)
Academic Requirement

Local students:

  • Completed NITEC or
  • Higher NITEC or
  • At least 1 pass with a minimum C6 for GCE ‘O’ Level

International students:
Completion of High School Qualification (9th year)

Work Experience Not Applicable


Mode of Delivery

  • Classroom-based Lectures, Tutorials, Discussions and/or Research
  • Contact hours: 50 hours per module (Full-Time). 36 hours per module (Part-Time)


Assessment Methods

  • Written Assignments and Examinations


Graduation Requirements

  • Obtained a passing mark in all examinable modules


Progression Pathway

  • Students who complete the Diploma in Casino Management are able to enroll in Advanced Diploma in Casino Management and others Diploma awarded by SDH Institute


Course Duration

  • Full-time: 9 months
  • Part-time: 12 months


Maximum Candidature Period

  • Full-time: 27 months
  • Part-time: 36 months


Next available intake(s)

  • The intake for the full-time program is currently not available
  • The intake for the part-time program is currently not available

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Application Fee (Non-Refundable)
Course Fees



  • All prices stated above are inclusive of the prevailing Goods & Services Tax (GST)
  • Local Applicant: Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents
  • International Applicant: International students including international students transferring from other local institutes

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