Management Development 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 four weekend sessions over two 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 Issues, Making Technology Work for You, Interpreting Basic Financial Statements and Managing Change.

  Class XVII began in May of 2015, met every six (6) months and graduated October of 2016.

ND Graduating Class XVII

  The program is currently being refreshed with plans to roll out in mid-2017.

  For more information or if you have questions, please contact Katie Voyles at (847) 428-7699.





  The Notre Dame program 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. Click here for more information on Expo seminars.

Now in its fourth year, the AMOA on the Road education program is another option that was created as a cost-effective educational program for leaders in the coin-op industry who want to invest in themselves and their businesses by participating in a quick educational event at an easily accessible venue. Click here for more information on AMOA on the Road.