Master of Science in Asset and Facilities Management

Master of Science in Asset and Facilities Management

Postgraduate

1. Program/MQR No.

Master of Science (Asset and Facilities Management)
MQA/FA6559

2.

Brief introduction

This is a multi-disciplinary programme. The aim of this programme is inline of IIUM vision, mission and goal. The broad aspect objective is to equip the professionals in different disciplines with knowledge on asset and facilities related in line on the current issues of sustainability, environment, safety, health, and risk management in cycles with reliability.

3.

Program Outcome

At the end of this programme, students will be able to achieve detail knowledge on the core par of asset and facilities management; methods (skills) of use tools and techniques for the solution of problems related with asset and facilities management; process how to establish a sustain and healthy working environment ; increase the problem solving capability through creative attitudes; communication skills and critical thinking; ability to establish use and evaluate performance using facilities and asset management system (indicator) and at last on the development of leadership; communication; interpersonal skills and awareness through working in small groups; involvement in discussions and site visit.

Therefore, the learning outcomes of the programme are as follows:-

No.

Learning Outcome

1.

Obtained in-depth knowledge of the core discipline of asset and facilities management.

2.

Use appropriate tools and techniques for asset and facilities management

3.

Develop skills in solving asset and facilities problems through creative attitudes, communication skills and critical thinking

4.

The motivation of establish and sustain safe and healthy working environment

5.

Solve the problems through creative attitudes, communication skills and critical thinking

6.

Take appropriate decision for the further extension of values

7.

An ability to establish use and evaluate performance using facilities and asset management system (indicator)

8.

Develop leadership, communication, interpersonal skills and awareness through working in small groups, involvement in discussions and site visit


4.

Career Opportunities

Job prospects for Master of Science in Asset and Facilities Management graduates such as lecturer, researcher and consultant, planner, building surveyor, officer and manager, property and maintenance manager, engineer, consultant and related professional.

5.

Program Structure

The total credit hour for Master of Science in Asset and Facilities Management is 42. The required courses include:-

University Required Courses (3 Credit Hours)

AED 6030/RKGS 6130 : Values, Ethics and Built Environment

 

 

Kulliyyah Required Courses (36 Credit Hours)




AFM 6130 : Strategic Asset and Facilities Management 1

 AFM 6191 : Asset Maintenance and Management

AFM 6150 : People and Organizational Management

AED 6020/ AQS 6270 : Research Methodology for the Built Environment

AFM 6230 : Strategic Asset and Facilities Management 2

AFM 6290 : Building Maintenance Technology 1 (Envelope)

AFM 6250 : Risk and Safety in Asset and Facilities Management

AFM 6251: Cost, Value and Financial Management

AFM 6132 : Sustainable Environmental Management

AFM 6190 : Infrastructure Rehabilitation Engineering

 

AFM 6192 : Building Maintenance Technology 2 (Services)

AFM 6997 : Dissertation


6.

Duration of Study

The master program duration is as follows:-

PROG.

TYPE

MINIMUM

DURATION

NORMAL

DURATION

MAXIMUM DURATION

MASTER

FULL TIME

1 ACADEMIC YEAR

3 ACADEMIC YEARS

4 ACADEMIC YEARS

MASTER

PART TIME

2 ACADEMIC YEARS

5 ACADEMIC YEARS

6 ACADEMIC YEARS

    

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