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University of North Carolina Charlotte

Charlotte, NC

The program leading to the Master of Science degree in Construction and Facilities Management is a 30 credit-hour program. The program consists of an 9-credit hour core, and a capstone experience, which may consist of a 6-credit hour graduate research thesis. view profile »

University of Applied Sciences HTW Berlin

Berlin, Germany

University of Applied Sciences HTW Berlin has a Facility Management (Bachelor, B.Sc.) and Facility Management (Master, M.Sc.) program offering. view profile »

Institute of Technology, Carlow, Ireland

Carlow, Ireland

The programme features a strong practical element with a combination of lectures and practical work in specialized materials, hydraulic and environmental laboratories and workshops. view profile »

Saxion

Deventer, Europe

The Master Facility and Real Estate Management (FREM) raises your competence to an academic level. It is intended for students who are aiming to fulfill a role at management or policy making level or who want to manage complex projects. The programme is aligned with the real world of work and is regularly updated based on the most recent scientific insights. view profile »

New York City College of Technology, CUNY

Brooklyn, New York

The Department of Environmental Control and Facility Management of New York City College of Technology (City Tech) offers two degree programs: a bachelor of technology degree in facilities management and an associate in applied science degree in heating ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC&R). view profile »

Texas A&M University

College Station, Texas

The Department of Construction Science at Texas A&M University offers an undergraduate minor in Facility Management. The program has been officially included in the University Catalog since the 2013/14 Academic Year. view profile »

De Anza College

Cupertino, CA

The BRAND NEW De Anza College Facility and Sustainable Building Management (FSBM) Certificate and AS Degree offering will feature an interdisciplinary curriculum of coursework in energy efficient and sustainable buildings, building systems, environmental health and safety, business operations, finance, workplace communication and ethics, and real estate principles. view profile »

Lane Community College

Eugene, OR

As projected, the energy efficiency industry is increasingly experiencing a shortage of practitioners. Fortunately, the Northwest has the nation’s model energy education degree program at Lane Community College (LCC), which is preparing students to fill these vacant positions. view profile »

Weber State University

Layton, Utah

The Facilities Management program is offered as an emphasis within Construction Management, in the College of Engineering, Applied Science and Technology. The curriculum includes courses in FM, as well as construction management, with a significant requirement for satisfactory completion of classes in business management and human resource management, along with traditional general education requirements. It is a four year program. view profile »