Facility Management - Certificate

This certificate program, while housed in the College of Architecture, provides a student in any graduate degree program at Texas A&M University an opportunity to develop a body of knowledge in facility management that will further his/her career goals. The certificate assumes that facility management is a cross-disciplinary field. The program is designed to ensure that a student gains a sense of mutual respect for others in the field, and appropriate awareness, understanding, and ability within a specific body of knowledge.

Required
COSC 670Facilities Asset Management3
Capstone
Select one of the following:3
Architectural Design IV
Professional Study
Professional Study
Electives
Select three of the following: 19
Operations and Maintenance Track:
Applied Solar Energy
Energy Optimization in Building Design
Applied Architectural Systems
Architectural Lighting
Principles of Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning
Principles of Building Energy Analysis
Energy Management in Commercial Buildings
Application of Energy Management
Finance and Real Estate Track:
Development and the Environment
Market Analysis for Development
Design and Development Economy
Accounting Concepts and Procedures I
Survey of Finance
Real Property Finance
Planning, Project Management Technology Track:
Construction Company Operations
Advanced Project Management
Construction Economics
Construction Information Technology
Introduction to Project Management
Behavior in Organizations
Survey of Management
Human and Environmental Factors Track:
Historic Preservation Theory and Practice
Design Programming
Interior Architecture
Survey of Human Behavior and Design
Internships:
Professional Internship
Professional Internship
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Students must complete a capstone Professional Study or Thesis with a Facility Management focus that is approved by the Facility Management Certificate Council.