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SUSS Graduate Certificate in Facilities Management (GCFMT)


Key Highlights

  • Classes are taught by academics and senior industry practitioners with many years of relevant experience in the built environment sector.
  • Overseas and local guest speakers will be invited to share their knowledge and experience.
  • The Graduate Certificate in Facilities Management (GCFMT) is stackable and students may choose to proceed to the Graduate Diploma in Facilities Management (GDFMT) and continue to pursue either the Master of Management (MMGTFM) or Master of Built Environment (MBE-SPE). This is in line with the nation's emphasis on stackable credentials to facilitate lifelong learning.
  • Certification in as quickly as six months (one semester)


Programme Overview

The Graduate Certificate in Facilities Management (GCFMT) is an industry collaborative programme that is aligned with the Industry Transformation Map (ITM) and the SkillsFuture Framework for the Built Environment. The Grad programme will be the first in Singapore that focuses on both the managerial (project, risk, finance, asset, and facility) and the technical (sustainability, design for manufacturing and assembly (DfMA), productivity and integrated digital delivery (IDD)) aspects of the Built Environment sector. The programme aims to equip FM graduates and practitioners with new skills and competencies to manage complex and large scale building assets in a sustainable and resilient manner.

The programme is curated in a stackable and modular way so that students can choose to study individual courses which can be accumulated to obtain a graduate certificate, a graduate diploma or a full master's degree. This flexible arrangement will benefit busy working adults who may not be able to commit a long period of time to obtain a full graduate qualification.



Programme Structure

To graduate with Graduate Certificate in Facilities Management (GCFMT), students are required to complete 15 credit units (cu) which consists of three compulsory core courses. Most courses are based on a 5 cu configuration unless stated otherwise.

Students have to maintain a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.5 in their coursework as part of the fulfilment of the GCFMT programme.

Students need a minimum CGPA of 3.0 to proceed to Master of Built Environment or Master of Management.

Compulsory Courses (15 cu)

The minimum programme duration is 6 months. Classes will be conducted in the evening.

Find out more about the admission eligibility criteria and tuition fee.

 

 

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