Villanova University's College of Professional Studies offers a Facilities Management Course, ideal for facility managers in any industry.
Professionals will be able to earn IFMA’s Facility Management Professional® (FMP®) credential upon successful completion of the four course assessments. The FMP® is the must-have credential for facility management (FM) professionals and industry suppliers looking to increase their depth-of-knowledge in the core FM topics deemed critical by employers.
Value of the FMP® Credential
- Gain a competitive advantage and improve your job performance through education and recognition.
- Build practical skills you can apply to your job immediately, resulting in cost-savings and added value to your organization.
- Learn from an accomplished professional in the facilities management industry.
- Earn professional credibility and recognition from current and potential employers, clients, work teams and peers.
- Earn LEED Maintenance CE credits: LEED Professionals can earn 60 general continuing education hours upon completion of the full FMP program or 15 hours per individual course.
- Earn IFMA-issued CEUs.
(PLEASE NOTE: REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS 1 WEEK IN ADVANCE OF THE COURSE START DATE.)
September 12 - December 14
This program will run FULLY Online Monday and Wednesday Evenings from 6:00 pm -7:30 pm.
IFMA Member: $2,400
September (6 Classes) :
Mon 9/12, Wed 9/14, Mon 9/19, Wed 9/21, Mon 9/26, Wed 9/28
October (9 classes)
Mon 10/3, Wed 10/5, Mon 10/10, Wed 10/12, Mon 10/17, Wed 10/19, Mon 10/24, Wed 10/26, Mon 10/31
November (9 Classes)
Wed 11/2, Mon 11/7, Wed 11/9, Mon 11/14, Wed 11/16, Mon 11/21, Wed 11/23, Mon 11/28, Wed 11/30
December (4 classes)
Mon 12/5, Wed 12/7, Mon 12/12, Wed 12/14
Operations and Maintenance
- Introduction to Operations and Maintenance
- Assess Facility Needs
- Manage/Oversee Operations and Maintenance of Building, Systems and Equipment
- Manage/Oversee Occupant Services
- Select the Best Resources
- Measure and Optimize Operations and Maintenance Performance
- Introduction to Project Management
- Define Projects
- Plan Projects
- Manage and Oversee Projects
- Close Projects
Finance and Business
- Finance and Business in the Facility Organization
- Financial Management of the Facility Organization
- Procurement in the Facility Organization
- Contracts in the Facility Organization
Leadership and Strategy
- Plan Strategically
- Lead and Manage the Facility Organization
- Provide Leadership to the Entire Organization
Who Should Become an FMP?
- Facility management practitioners looking to increase their depth-of-knowledge in the foundational FM topics deemed critical by employers.
- Individuals who are transitioning into the FM profession.
- Related-industry practitioners such as architects, designers and safety engineers.
- Facility-related product and service providers.
- Students entering the profession from colleges, universities, certificate or technical programs.
- LEED professionals seeking continuing education hours.
- Federal employees and contractors looking to comply with the Federal Buildings Personnel Training Act (FBPTA)
Not only will you enhance your FM knowledge and skills, and qualify for the FMP credential (upon successful completion of the four online final assessments), course materials are provided and will serve as an ongoing reference for facility management practices. The course investment includes all course materials and FMP final assessments, but does not cover the FMP application fee.
*International shipping fees may apply.
Important Notices for Distance Education Students
following includes important information for students participating in
online courses, online programs and/or on-ground clinicals or practicums
while physically located outside of Pennsylvania.
VALUE OF A PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM:
Enhance your resume.
Professional education classes enable you to add new skills, expertise, or credentials to your resume and make you even more valuable to your employer.
Expand your professional network.
Communicating and building relationships with your classmates and instructors can open new doors in your career.
Learn from industry experts.
All programs are taught by instructors who have worked or who are currently working in the field, and who are able to share practical applications and real world examples of topics in the course.