Facilities Management (FCMG.S.STC)
29.0 Credit Hours
Facilities management is the practice of coordinating elements within the work environment so that people and equipment can perform their intended work functions. It involves principles of engineering, management, safety, security and sustainability. A facility manager must have a broad-based education in technical, business and management-related courses. Possible employers include schools, hospitals, manufacturing plants and government offices.
- Identify and describe the major systems and subsystems in modern commercial and industrial facilities.
- Apply project management principles to issues faced by facility managers.
- Describe the building security issues of importance to facility managers.
- Describe the general constraints required by government for the safety and health of those in the workplace.