About the Program
The Facilities Management Technology program at TCI College offers a well-rounded approach to learning building management and applied technologies—a skillset that’s increasingly in demand given our region’s aging infrastructure, new technology and green building initiatives.
Offering both a two-year Associate of Occupational Studies (AOS) degree and a one-year certificate option, the Facilities Management program at TCI:
- Integrates hands-on laboratories for HVAC/R, plumbing, electricity, major appliances and general physical plant maintenance and repair with essential lectures on building systems, building codes, project estimating, personnel management, tenant relations property management and life safety, security and fire protection systems.
- Provides a comprehensive curriculum that includes such topics as environmental and occupational safety, building safety, security and fire protection, building physical plant and service equipment, facility management and personnel procedures, air conditioning and heating systems, blueprint reading and AutoCAD, project management and cost estimation, and smart building control systems (CMMS).
- Qualifies you for the New York City Fire Department Certificate of Fitness, NYC Department of Environmental Protection Air Pollution Control Training Certificate, Federal OSHA 30-hour General Industry Certificate and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Section 608 Certificate.
- Benefit from flexible scheduling that enables you to fulfill your classroom requirements while balancing life’s demands. Courses also are offered in summer so you may be able to complete your degree in under two years.
- Includes access to financial aid: 94% of our students receive some type of financial assistance.
To find out more about the curriculum and course sequence, download the program’s academic overview.
Advance Your Career—or Your Education
Graduates of TCI’s Facilities Management Technology program go on to a variety of careers and work as service personnel for utility companies, private contractors, HVAC/R apprentices, government agency analysts, merchandising and sales representatives, plumbing assistants, superintendent/facility managers, maintenance workers, operations managers, building services chiefs, hotel engineers and general equipment attendants. Others who earn their associate degree go on to continue their education at four-year colleges that share TCI’s New York State Board of Regents State regulation or Middle States Commission on Higher Education Regional accreditation.
No High School Diploma? We Have An Option For You. Complete your high school education while you get your degree in our Career Pathways Program.
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