Bachelors of Academic Martial Arts or approval of the HPER Dean.
The minimal amount of practice time for the Masters of Academic Martial Arts curriculum is 400 hours. Students must document training hours and the sections practiced.
The curriculum and requirements are listed alphabetically and are not intended to be in a specific order or sequence of learning. Students should learning and practice multiple skills simultaneously.
In the Masters of Academic Martial Arts program students will:
- Develop an academic and scholarly approach to the study of martial arts
- Master the physical martial arts skills
- Learn how to apply esoteric and psionic abilities to physical skills
- Demonstrate leadership in the classroom and their community
- Incorporate the principles and activities of academic martial arts in everyday activities
Anatomy, Biology, Fine Arts, First Aid, Geography, History, Performing Arts, Physical Education, Philosophy, Psychology, and Sociology.
Martial Arts Curriculum:
Activity Skills, Creativity, Dim Mak I, Escapes, Falling, Footwork, General Information, Grappling (Wrestling), Healing, Katas, Leadership, Locks, Meditation, Navigation, Philosophy, Physical Conditioning, Advanced Psionics, Related Skills, Rolling, Sparring, Spiritual, Kundalini, Stealth, Survival Skills, Throws, Weapons
Write a focused essay on an approved topic related to martial arts. The dissertation must be a scholarly effort and follow APA guidelines.