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Facilities Management

Bachelor's Degree

Program Overview

Gain real-world knowledge and hands-on skills required by today’s facility and building managers.  Be prepared to seek several types of industry positions including facility manager, real estate and property manager, project manager, regulatory compliance officer, stadium manager, CADD technician, space planner, and superintendent of operations and maintenance.

  • Facility Manager
  • Real estate and Property Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Regulatory Compliance Officer
  • Stadium Manager

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Bachelor of Science Degree

New England Institute of Technology’s Bachelor of Science in Facilities Management program emphasizes the development of real-world knowledge and hands-on skills required by today’s facility and building managers. Through a comprehensive academic and laboratory environment, students will understand the theory and best practices applied in today’s facilities management industry. The program provides a broad spectrum of coursework ranging from facility operations, health and safety standards, and environmental systems to financial management. Students will also gain familiarity with interior and space planning, computer-aided design and drafting (CADD), and building information modeling (BIM). Upon graduation, students will receive a Bachelor of Science Degree in Facilities Management.

Students may enter the Facilities Management program after earning their associate degree at the New England Institute of Technology in the following programs:

  • Architectural/Building Engineering Technology
  • Interior Design
  • Electrical Technology
  • Building Construction and Design Technology
  • Refrigeration, Air Conditioning, Heating and Gas Technology
  • Plumbing, Heating and Gas Technology

Students may transfer from other comparable college programs.

Graduates of the Facilities Management program are prepared for several types of industry positions including facility manager, real estate and property manager, project manager, regulatory compliance officer, stadium manager, CADD technician, space planner, and superintendent of operations and maintenance.

Bachelor of Science Degree

Program Mission:

The New England Institute of Technology’s Bachelor of Science in Facilities Management (FAC) program is designed to prepare an educated, entry-level facilities manager with the ability to apply theory and best practices in the operation and maintenance of the built environment.

Program Goals:

Graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Facilities Management:

  1. Will have gained the knowledge, problem-solving abilities, and hands-on skills to succeed in a career in the maintenance and operation of buildings and facilities.
  2. Will be able to lead and manage multiple disciplined teams to ensure functionality of the built environment by the integration of people, place, process and technology.
  3. Will be able to apply knowledge and a propensity for learning to continuously develop new skills and to learn about new areas needed for long-term career development, including science, engineering, technology, communication and leadership skills.
  4. Will achieve professional employment within the broad field of facilities management or related disciplines.

Program Outcomes:

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Facilities Management program will be able to:

  1. Communicate effectively.
  2. Plan and implement standards to measure quality of work, assess proper delivery of services, enable continuous improvement and ensure compliance with codes, regulations, policies and standards.
  3. Understand technologies commonly used in facility management business and operations.
  4. Manage building systems, facility operations, occupant services and maintenance operations.
  5. Apply human factor principles to the facility operation and stakeholders.
  6. Apply financial management tools to the facility program and organization.
  7. Understand the facility manager’s role in emergency planning and business continuity.
  8. Provide organizational leadership.
  9. Assist in the development of real estate master plans and management of property portfolios.
  10. Plan, manage and lead projects.
  11. Participate in the planning, management and support of an organization’s commitment to environmental protection and sustainability of the natural and built environment.

Bachelor of Science Degree

  • FAC 301 Principles of Facilities Management
  • FAC 303 Project Programming for Facilities Managers
  • FAC 305 CADD for Facilities Managers
  • FAC 326 Finishes and Materials
  • FAC 329 Revit for Facilities Managers
  • FAC 401 Building and Workplace Safety
  • FAC 402 Building Maintenance and Operations
  • FAC 403 Real Estate and Property Management
  • ABT 331 Advanced Environmental Systems
  • ABT 412 Sustainability in Construction
  • CJ 414 Corporate and Private Security
  • ENG 310 Applying Drones to Engineering Technology
  • ID 313 Finishes & Materials II
  • ID 315 Interior Construction Documents
  • ID 331 Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment
  • ID 420 Project Estimating and Scheduling
  • MGM 315 Accounting and Financial Reporting
  • MGM 335 Human Resource Management
  • MGM 337 Information and Communication Technology
  • MGM 355 21st Century Leadership
  • MGM 374 Project Management
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