The Master of Business Administration in Martial Arts Management
This specialized MBA is a two-year course of study (45 credit hours) offered entirely online with optional residencies. This hands-on, project driven program prepares the aspiring international martial artist to manage dojos and events across borders. You can take optional residencies to accelerate your program.
This program blends business skills and martial arts preparing the student to manage a dojo or events at the international level.
Professors are world and national champions in their discipline; they are certified martial arts trainers and are very active in the business of martial arts. They all have over 20 years of experience in managing martial arts events, and own one or more dojos.
Martial arts and International business skills will open a new world of opportunities.
Open branches of your dojo around the world, manage international martial arts events, learn how to earn international recognition and expand your action span.
Our partner KOTA brings our virtual dojo to your home. Train while you study and earn ranks recognized all over the world. Enrolling in a KOTA.PRO program adapted to your skills and through the Internet, you will satisfy internship requirements.
Leadership of Contemporary Business Organizations
Leadership skills for a contemporary world in constant change. Lead and generate new paradigms.
Essential skills for the international entrepreneur. New trends, cultural considerations, economic challenges are studied and practiced
Understand cultural differences to communicate more effectively across borders and in your own country.
Human Resource Management
Recruiting, training, managing, supporting, advising and managing careers are major tasks that require a special attention when managing a business.
By the end of the year the thesis project has to be approved by the supervisor.
Martial Arts Management
Create your re-create your dojo to upgrade your practice and to offer a unique experience to your students.
Martial Arts Communication Skills
How do you motivate? How do you give feedback? Keeping your students interested is also an art, and to recruit more a skill.
Comparative Martial Arts
Advising students to choose their martial art is a responsibility. Looking into the different angles of martial arts will give you a new perspective and an innovative approach to advising and adapting yourself.
Martial Arts in Competition
Competitions in martial arts do not have the same spirit as in other sports. Learn the psychological component of preparing and participating in any type of martial art event.
Create your unique project under the supervision of a faculty member.
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