Master Of Facilities & Maintenance Management

by | Feb 21, 2019

Career Opportunity

Facilities managers deal with a diverse range of responsibilities, which are dependent on the structure and size of the organisation. They are employed in public and private sectors, as well as other industries locally and globally. The diversity of the work may be reflected in different job titles such as operations, estates, technical services, and asset or property manager.

Facilities managers are involved in both strategic planning and day-to-day operations, particularly in relation to buildings and business premises. Likely areas of responsibility include the following:

  • procurement and contract management
  • building and grounds maintenance
  • utilities and communications infrastructure
  • space management
  • cleaning
  • catering and vending
  • environmental sustainability, health and safety
  • security
  • helpdesking


Core Courses (43 Credits)

  • Research Methodology
  • Research Project
  • Organizational Behaviour and Resource Management
  • Operation and Maintenance
  • Total Asset and Facilities Management
  • Procurement and Contract Management
  • Building Performance, Productivity and Wellbeing
  • Financial and Business Management
  • Strategic Facilities Management Project

Any one (1) Elective Course (3 Credits)

  • Sustainable and Environmental Management
  • Corporate Real Estate
  • Principles of Project Management

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