Facility Management Engineering C.A.S.

The mission of the Facility Management Engineering Certificate program is to provide the regional workforce with credentialed, skilled, and competent facility management professionals and to be responsive to emerging workforce needs.

Students in the Facility Management Engineering program are trained as facility management professionals capable of maintaining commercial buildings. Subject matter in the program includes plumbing, electricity, carpentry, and heating/air conditioning. Students learn physical and electrical theories that enable them to understand building systems. In addition, they study landscape maintenance, pool care, computers, and boiler operation. Water treatment is discussed in both the pool and boiler courses. The program introduces current environmental and energy problems that can be reduced through efficient building operation. It also encourages resource development, teamwork, and interpersonal skills required on the job.

Students are awarded a Certificate of Applied Science upon successfully completing the program. Contact William Hillman, Program Director, at 406-243-7645 or email for more information.

Certificate of Applied Science - Facility Management

Missoula College

Degree Specific Credits: 33

Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0

Catalog Year: 2017-2018

Summary

Required Courses33
Total Hours33

Required Courses

Rule: All courses required

CAPP 120Introduction to Computers3
COMX 102Interprsnl Skills in Workplace1
FME 122Electricity6
FME 123Carpentry6
or CSTN 120 Carpentry Bscs & Rough-In Frmg
FME 127High/Low Pressure Boilers3
FME 128Plumbing & Maintenance3
FME 130Heating & Air Conditioning6
M 111Technical Mathematics3
WRIT 121Intro to Technical Writing3
Total Hours34

Minimum Required Grade: C-