KU Edwards Campus

Facility Management

The School of Architecture, Design and Planning offers a graduate certificate in facility management. The program focuses on current and specialized developments in the many areas covered by professional facility managers - from space forecasting, facility assessment and project management to environmental health, disaster preparedness and personnel management.

The 15-credit program relies on a core of 1-credit, highly focused workshops to address the specific challenges that are faced on a day-to-day basis by facility managers as well as architects, engineers, interior designers and others who provide facility services and wish to keep abreast of the rapid breakthroughs in this multidisciplinary profession.


Contact mmswann@ku.edu for information about admissions to the certificate program.


Includes tuition and fees per credit hour.



Attend the Thursday, September 12 Information Session or request an information packet now!

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Michael Swann
In Kansas City, (913) 897-5652, ext. 3180
(785) 864-3180



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