Learn critical and practical skills needed for facilities management that you can apply immediately, whether you are looking to enter the industry or increase your knowledge and skill set. Review both the theoretical and applied aspects of facilities management. Gain an understanding of facilities operation, maintenance, staff management, budget, schedules, design and construction management, energy management, and effective relationships with contractors and vendors. Discuss facilities management as a process, and consider its relationship to other functions within an organizational setting. Explore the most current strategies and issues in the industry today, including sustainability, productivity, as well as human and environmental factors.
- Understand organizational theory and facility management
- Gain insight on planning, finances, and budgeting
- Gain knowledge, skills and abilities in building systems, operations and maintenance, leadership, real estate, and space planning
- NOTE This course is a prerequisite for all other Facilities Management courses.
- COURSE NUMBER BUSA-40063
- CREDIT 3.00 unit(s)
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