New York City College of Technology City University of New York School of Technology & Design Department of Environmental Control and Facility Management
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). The Facilities program has been in existence since the 2000 spring semester.
The faculty and staff of the Environmental Control and Facility Management Department are dedicated to preparing our graduates for substantial and meaningful careers in all aspects of the facilities management and heating and air conditioning industry. We are here to teach to a student population that is here to learn. The staff are committed to being at the leading edge of the discipline and to providing a first class learning and teaching experience for all students.
Department Website: http://www.citytech.cuny.edu/academics/deptsites/ectech/
Environmental Control & Facilities Management School of Technology & Design
Environmental Building 172 Pearl Street Brooklyn, NY 11201
718 - 260 - 5160
Robert Polchinski, Chair, Environmental Control & Facilities Management
The Bachelor's Degree in Facilities Management articulates with the college's Associate degrees in Architecture, Construction Management, Civil Engineering Technology, and Environmental Control Technology. It adds the financial, management, legal and additional technical skills that are required to enable our graduates to function very effectively as facilities managers. Many of our students are employed full time while attending class, so often students will concentrate on obtaining their associate degree in Environmental Control Technology then move on to receive their bachelor degree in Facilities Management, or students choose to move through the BT program. We schedule classes both during day and evening hours.