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Construction Engineering Management (CECEM)

Facilities Operations Certificate

(Not accepting new students as of Spring 2012)

(code ET__CT01)

Description

The Certificate Program in Facilities Operations is designed to qualify the graduate to serve in plant engineering, industrial construction coordination, facilities development and design, plant layout, and facilities project management. Examples of the myriad positions available to the graduate of this program include facilities planner, construction supervisor, facilities or plant supervisor, facilities project analyst, and facilities designer analyst.

This program provides the Facilities Operations graduate with a depth of technical knowledge in facilities operations- oriented technical courses, as well as the knowledge of behavioral sciences essential for managing technical functions.

Requirements (Effective 2009/2010 Catalog Year)

  1. The Certificate in Facilities Operations may be earned concurrently with or subsequent to the baccalaureate degree.
  2. This program is open to all majors who have fulfilled the prerequisites as stated below.
  3. The program requires a total of 25 units as specified below.
    1. The completion of supporting technical courses chosen in consultation with an advisor.
    2. 25 units are required from the following courses: CEM 410 or ET 410, CEM 121, 320, 374, 409, 431, 432, 433, 434, 436.
  4. Any deviation from this program requires the written permission of the program advisor.

Additional Information: Facilities Operations Certificate

  • New students need to immediately consult with the program advisor prior to enrolling for courses. See the advisor links below.
  • Consult the catalog link listed below in Official Program Information for past years program requirements.

Certificate Program Advisor

Facilities Operations Certificate


Official Program Information


*Note: although every effort is made to keep this Web site up to date, you should also consult the printed catalog for official information and program requirements, which may vary depending on the year you enter(ed) the program.

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