Facilities manager

Facilities manager

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  • Program Info

    Facilities managers typically have a bacheloru2019s degree. Some universities offer degrees in Facility Management, but you may also obtain an undergraduate degree in the field of business, technology, engineering, psychology, building science, or sustainability, and then pursue a professional certificate in Facility Management, which is offered by several universities. Large construction firms increasingly prefer candidates with both construction experience and a bacheloru2019s degree in a construction-related field. Facilities managers are typically responsible for and must manage the building lifecycle from inception to disposal, therefore previous experience in any aspect of the lifecycle is advantageous. Individuals who enjoy learning and who are energized by expanding their knowledge and skills across the topics of business, technology, process and human behavior and needs are well-suited for careers in facilities management. Stay up to date on the latest developments in green building through access tou00a0online coursesu00a0with an annual subscription to theu00a0USGBC course catalog.

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    Program Host: U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)

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Quick Facts
Program Host Type: Career Training
Program Focus: Green design & construction
Outcomes: Credential
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