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AMOA-Notre Dame Management Program
Our AMOA-Notre Dame Management Program, started in 1972, is a continuing education partnership between the prestigious Midwestern university and AMOA. Unlike standard adult education programs, the AMOA-Notre Dame courses are specifically designed for the coin-operated industry. Students commit to attend five weekend sessions over two and one-half years and graduates receive a "Certified Business Executive" certificate upon completion of the program.
Patterned after Notre Dame's executive MBA program and taught by top Notre Dame faculty, the program focuses on business issues directly related to operators. Seminar topics have included Business Law, Economics and the Music/Games Industry, Current Industry Legal Problems, Making Technology Work for You, Interpreting Basic Financial Statements and Managing Change.
Notre Dame is not the only source for educational development within AMOA. Each year at the Amusement Expo, industry leaders, government and legal representatives, employee and business development experts and others offer educational seminars to show attendees. These free programs explore key topics that directly impact the operator attendee.
Class XV began in October 2010. This Class meets every six months with the following schedule: October 22-25, 2010; May 13-16, 2011; Fall 2011 TBD; May 4-7, 2012; with the final session to be determined in the Fall 2012.
The start-up of Masters II commenced that same weekend, making it the first time in AMOA-Notre Dame's history where three classes will be running concurrently. Session One took place October 23-24, 2010 and was followed by Session Two from May 14-15, 2011.
Housing information will be sent upon receipt of registration. For more information on the AMOA-Notre Dame Management Program, please call AMOA at 800-937-2662.