32 Semester Credit Hours; Curriculum: 0368
This certificate will prepare students to work as facilities manager assistants. Specifically, students will learn basic management practices, nine functions of facilities, and construction management, as well as how to prepare documents for bids and organize staff to make facility run smoothly.
|Courses for a Certificate
|Introduction to Business
|Introduction to Computer Information Systems
|or CIS 103
|Computer Software and Concepts
|Introduction to Facilities Management and Engineering
|Blueprint Reading for Building Trades
|Mechanical, and Electrical Systems in Buildings
|Principles of Management
|Select at least nine credit hours from the following:
|Principles of Managerial Accounting
|Introduction to Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
|Indoor Air Quality
|Commercial HVAC Systems Applications
|Energy Audit, Analysis and Management
Program Learning Outcomes
- Discuss nine areas of facility functions.
- Demonstrate introductory knowledge in planning, programming and budgeting.
- Demonstrate understanding of real estate transactions and lease types for both residential and commercial facilities.
- Explain at an introductory level the details of the design build cycle that leads to awarding of contracts.
- Identify operations and maintenance needs of a facility.