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Advanced Certificate in Facilities Management

The complexity of modern buildings has increased with the advent of sophisticated lighting systems, building controls, and air conditioning equipment. There are numerous career opportunities for facilities managers, who operate and maintain buildings and related infrastructure. Facilities managers need to be able to control costs, while maintaining high standards of safety, comfort and performance. This 18-credit Advanced Certificate in Facilities Management is offered as part of the M.S. in Energy Management program.

Curriculum Requirements

Choose (6) of the following courses:

  • ENGY 610 Energy Management
  • ENGY 615 Energy Equipment Assessment
  • ENGY 620 Facilities Operation and Maintenance
  • ENGY 625 Facilities Management Seminar
  • ENGY 630 Facility Security and Contingency Planning
  • ENGY 635 Security Systems and Technology
  • ENGY 640 Independent Guided Project
  • ENGY 710 Power Plant Systems
  • ENGY 715 Energy-Efficient Lighting
  • ENGY 725 Seminar in New Products and Technology
  • ENGY 730 Computer Applications for Energy Management
  • ENGY 790 Competitive Energy Markets
  • ENGY 820 Automated Building Energy Control Systems
  • ENGY 840 Energy Conservation Analysis
  • ENGY 850 Advanced Topics Seminar
  • ENVT 715 Pollution Prevention and Waste Minimization
  • ENVT 720 Environmental Audits and Monitoring
  • MENG 810 Total Energy Systems
  • MENG 820 Environmental Control
  • MENG 850 Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering

Prerequisite: A bachelors degree is required for admission to this certificate program.

Courses which have been applied to the certificate may be applied to the M.S. in Energy Management degree.

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