facility management concentration

del e. webb school of construction

overview

The Facility Management M.S. concentration is IFMA Accredited, and supports the needs of students desiring a career in the maintenance, operation, renovation, or decommissioning of existing facilities.

Specifics of the program include:

  • Thesis and Non-Thesis options available (chat with an advisor to discuss the best option for you)
  • 30 credits (10 classes or 8 classes with a Thesis)
  • Can be taken Online or In person
  • Courses taught by academic and industry professionals

Beyond a cutting-edge FM education, students will also learn advanced business processes, leadership skills, and how to create efficiency within their job function.  Each student will also have the opportunity to earn their FMP and SFP certifications, which are built into the coursework.

requirements

  • Undergraduate degree*
  • No GRE or placement tests

*no undergrad degree? see our certificate program

courses*

  • Operations & Maintanence
  • Facilities Administration
  • Building Energy Management
  • Facilities Project Management
  • Sustainable Facilities
  • Advanced Business Processes
  • Leadership Principles
  • Applied project
  • Numerous electives offered
  • Internships available
*Can be adjusted to each students' needs

 

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(Must apply by March 1 for fall semester and October 1 for spring semester)

 

Tuition and Fees Estimator

 

FM Graduated Student Rating
Through
Fall 2012
Satisfaction rating with the courses offered
9.8 / 10
Ease of applying & registering for the courses
9.8 / 10
Satisfaction with thesis process (if applicable)
9.8 / 10
Satisfaction with the faculty
9.8 / 10
Overall satisfaction with the FM program
9.8 / 10

 

world class faculty

  • Two IFMA Educators of the Year (2011 & 2013)
  • Three IFMA Fellows
  • All full-time faculty possess a doctorate degree (PhD)

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