Facilities Management, MSc

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements Good first degree in architecture, construction, surveying, engineering or planning. Applicants with other first degrees will be considered on an individual basis. Corporate membership of an approved design, property or construction profession
  • Academic title
    Facilities Management, MSc
  • Course description
    This programme has been developed in response to the growing demand for facilities management professionals with a mix of abilities from within the property and construction industries. Facilities management covers multiple disciplines and activities, enabling practitioners to be responsive to the needs of a particular building, its function and organisational objectives.

    The programme is flexible enough to enable students to tailor their studies to their particular needs and interests, thereby recognising the broad and diverse nature of the facilities management role, both within the UK and internationally.

    Students develop a holistic view of the needs of the corporate environment and enhance their expertise in key areas of competence. They will also be able to advance their personal transferable skills in areas such as information technology and telecommunications.

    Core courses

        * Management Principles
        * Research Methods
        * Critical Thinking
        * Facilities Management
        * Real Estate Development and Investment
        * Project Management
        * Dissertation


    Two chosen from a range of courses which, subject to timetabling and demand, may include:

        * Globalisation
        * Housing Management and Design
        * Development Economics and Planning

    Career Options

    Opportunities for facilities managers in government agencies, private sector corporations, local authorities, hospital trusts or airport authorities. Subject to appropriate practice, award holders can become chartered surveyors

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