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Graduate Certificate Program in Facilities Management

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Graduate Certificate Program in Facilities Management

KU Edwards Campus

The graduate certificate in facilities management, based at the KU Edwards Campus in Overland Park, offers a structured program that addresses the graduate educational needs of facility managers. This 15-credit-hour program keeps practicing professional facility managers abreast of the most innovative developments in each area of facilities management and helps students acquire more specialized knowledge in areas important to their careers.

The curriculum consists of 15 hours of course work divided into 3 components: a required 3-credit-hour course on Facility Management: Issues and Overview; 9 hours of specialized 1-credit-hour workshops that cover trends and innovations in each of the principal knowledge areas identified by the International Facility Management Association; and a 3-credit-hour Capstone Seminar focused on solving multidisciplinary facility problems.

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