Facilities Management, MS
The 35-credit Master of Science program in Facilities Management (STEM) prepares graduates as professionals and problem solvers to assume executive responsibilities in the management of facilities and strategic planning.
Responsibilities include the assurance of a quality environment, cost-effective capital and operating investments, economically and environmentally sensitive operations, and the management of facilities and equipment as assets.
Pratt’s Facilities Management program can be completed in three semesters of fulltime study. All courses are offered in the evenings at the Pratt Manhattan campus. Fall and spring entrance are available. The program teaches sustainable practices and innovative approaches to emerging technologies and instills ethical values, which distinguish Pratt’s facilities management alumni as they lead the field’s efforts to advance the quality of the built environment.
|FM-631||Principles of Facilities Management||3|
|FM-663||Real Estate Development||3|
|FM-633||Managerial Accounting and Finance||3|
|FM-625||Technology of Facility Design & Management||3|
|FM-636||Facility Maintenance and Operations||3|
|FM-737||Facility Assessment & Strategic Planning||3|
|FM-736||Infrastructure & Information Communications Technology||3|
|FM-798||Demonstration of Professional Competency||4|
|WAC-697A||Graduate Thesis Writing||1|
- Know the history of managing facilities, the practice, and the profession
- Plan and manage projects
- Manage building systems, facility operations, occupant services and maintenance operations, and real estate holdings
- Assess, manage, and lead facility organizations and their stakeholders in their needs
- Apply fiscal management tools to the facility program and organization
- Apply the human factor principles to the facility operation and stakeholders
- Apply computer applications for facility management communications, asset and space management, and problem-solving