Attend a free information session held at AACC’s Arundel Mills (AMIL) location, 7009 Arundel Mills Circle, Hanover, MD 21076.
Prepare to become a dealer at any casino in Maryland with training at AACC. Learn how to deal poker and blackjack and run craps and roulette and more. Prepare for immediate employment in any of the six Maryland casinos.
View our Dealer School Orientation online to learn more about the industry, area casinos and classes at AACC.
Prepare for Maryland state dealer licensing in blackjack, craps, baccarat, roulette and Pai Gow. Begin with an introductory course then master the dealing for each game. Classes are available mornings, afternoons and evenings.
Gaming is one of the fastest growing industries on the East Coast with six casinos in Maryland alone. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts employment for gaming dealers to grow by 17% by 2020, adding more than 15,000 jobs, the fastest growth in gaming services occupations. The State of Maryland recently approved table games and the casinos in Maryland are recruiting dealers to meet the demand. The average beginning salary for dealers is $9,500 plus tips with a potential for $50,000 or more per year.
GAM-300 Act 1 Black Jack Dealer
CLI-356 Carnival Games Dealer
COO-397 Mini Baccarat Dealer
COO-373 Casino Roulette Dealer
COO-374 Introduction to Craps
COO-367 Casino Craps Dealer
COO-371 Casino Pai Gow Poker Dealer
COO-385 Casino Poker Dealer
CLI-302 Advanced Casino Poker
Arundel Mills: View the Casino Dealer School course schedule.
Upon successful completion, students earn an AACC continuing education certificate and be able to audition for employment at any casino as a table games dealer, with the potential to earn up to $50,000 in wages and tips! Employment is subject to individual casino hiring guidelines. To receive the certificate, submit a Student Application for a Continuing Education Certificate to the Continuing Professional Education office.
$172 to $677, per course for Anne Arundel County residents, including tuition and fees
Anyone at least 16 years of age, may enroll in a casino dealer school course, no application is necessary. However, to be employed in most Maryland casinos you will need to be 18 years or older, have a good command of English, be proficient in basic math, have good hand dexterity, no visible tattoos or body piercings (other than earrings) and have excellent customer service skills. Note: Casino employers may alter their employment requirements at any time.
Students should attend an information session prior to registration, then register online, by mail, fax or in person.