Facility Management Certificate
At a Glance
Admission: Fall Semester: July 15;
Spring Semester: November 15;
Summer Term: April 15
Changing building technology, upgrading outdated infrastructure, migration toward sustainable and energy-efficient structures, and the maintenance of existing facilities, means that opportunities in facility management will continue to grow, and the role of a facility management professional today is markedly different than in the past.
The Facility Management Certificate is uniquely suited to prepare you for that role. It is a multidisciplinary program with curriculum that covers the complete building life cycle.
What You'll Learn
This credit certificate course work combines design and engineering concepts with construction management and business skills. The curriculum is aligned with the Bachelor of Applied Science in Construction Management. You'll gain essential skills and knowledge in
- estimating documents;
- scheduling contracts;
- planning project execution;
- measuring results and ensuring quality;
- managing projects;
- facility operations and maintenance;
- facility cost accounting and finance.
Real-world knowledge for real-world success—that's what credit certificates at the University offer you. Enhance your capabilities, learn new skills, or begin working toward an undergraduate or graduate degree. These accredited certificate programs are
- designed for working professionals;
- shorter than degree programs;
- transferable as an area of study to a degree program;
- flexible, with courses offered at varying times;
- taught by University faculty.