There is always a sense of pride when you graduate college on the course of your choice. While there are different levels of prestige on college courses, a good number of college students fail to get a college degree. For this reason, regardless of course or degree you have earned, being able to finish college is an accomplishment you should be proud of. After all, a college degree is more of e[...] Read more » The University Of Maryland To Offer ‘Gambling Course’
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 36 (M)
Knowledge is sometinhg that only has value when the one who have it knows how to apply it. This said, it may seem a bit ackward to have hundreads of persons with these course in the future, once they will probably be all applying it in similar ways. The better player will be the one who learns to deal with the other's knowledge on his advantage!
Joined: Aug '10
Age: 45 (M)
It´s a good reason to come back into a School But this was really a good idea, because a lot of People are playing a game and so they can learn more about their chances at the tables. To much People are thinking, they can beat the Casino and loosing all.
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 52 (M)
Now this would be an interesting course. I'm sure it will involve a lot of study about the history of gambling and of course the dangers and societal risks attached to and associated with gambling, as well as a study of the many different forms of gambling and places in or at which you can gamble. Sounds great.
Joined: May '08
Age: 32 (M)
"Gambling in the New Millennium" is the course that many mobbits, to be statistically correct ~99.86% would excel in. heck there is a feeling on the streets that 99.47% mobbits would graduate with perfect marks, red diploma and empty pockets while applying new found knowledge in practice.
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 42 (M)
"The course has 80 students and a wait list." Understandable. I would definitely register for this course (if it is available online), that gives me opportunities to critically examine the various implications of "What it Means to Gamble" through investigations of various gambling forms, different sectors of the gambling industry and the related economics, along with consumer behavior, sport, public policy and public health in this context.
Joined: May '08
Age: 32 (M)
i absolutely must inform the ~693000 mobbits out there that i am still considering whether taking a lunge into the course on gambling or settle down with just some practical knowledge and just smoke the theory. will be thinking very seriously about this situation in the coming days.
interesting interesting ... I too would probably like to listen to such a course in youth .... maybe my life would have turned out differently ... as if she would have been very different .. but ... I'm 44 years and I live I was in Russia and here poker is illegal ... well it is possible to play online