Facilities Management is responsible for co-ordinating all efforts relating to planning, designing and managing buildings and their systems, equipment and furniture to enhance an organisation's ability to compete in a rapidly changing world. It involves the integration of multi-disciplinary activities with the built environment and the management of their impact upon the people and the workplace.

Programme structure

Courses studied in this programme include:

  • Construction Technology
  • History of the Built Environment
  • Introduction to the Environment
  • Built Environment Economics
  • Materials and Structures
  • Legal Method
  • Integrative Project
  • Management Theory and Practice
  • Measurement and Value Studies
  • Building Services Technology
  • Principles of Property Valuation
  • Construction Practice & Property Law
  • Asset Maintenance Management
  • Procurement and Contract
  • Facilities Management – Principles
  • Building Refurbishment & Maintenance
  • Real Estate Development
  • Building Pathology & Inspection
  • Collaborative Project
  • Safety Management
  • Facilities Change Management
  • Sustainable Practices in Facilities Management
  • Construction Project Management
  • Service Procurement & Delivery
  • Space Management
  • Design Project
  • Research Dissertation