FACILITY AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT, AAS
Earn a cutting-edge degree that leads to high-tech, high-demand careers
Median Salary (2019) in Michigan: $40,270
Employment growth trends (2018-28): 7% to 10%
Median Salary (2019) in Michigan: $68,750
Employment growth trends (2018-28): 4% to 6%
Median Salary (2019) in Michigan: $64,210
Employment growth trends (2018-28): 2% to 3%
The median salary for career opportunities from this program according to O*NET Online.
Looking for exciting job opportunities in facilities management? Our program takes a holistic approach that combines technical skills with the management of people, equipment, supplies, building automation systems and more. With well-rounded skills and knowledge, you’ll be a top candidate as you launch your new career.
PREPARE FOR YOUR NEW CAREER // HANDS-ON TRAINING
A Facility and Energy Management degree prepares students to operate and maintain the systems and equipment that keep hospitals and schools running smoothly. Training covers the essentials of HVAC, mechanical, electrical and computer-driven systems and teaches students to read, analyze, program and correct all of the critical operating systems within a facility.
ONLY THE CLASSES YOU NEED // WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Over the two years of your program, you’ll take courses in everything from sustainable energy systems and energy estimating and consumption to programmable logic controllers and SMART Controls and Automation Systems. In addition, classes in business and project management, as well as a service learning internship will give you a well-rounded, real-world knowledge base. Combining theory and hands-on learning, your degree will equip you to bring your skills anywhere.
HIGH-PAYING CAREERS // WHAT YOU’LL DO
Facility and energy management careers are available everywhere, from schools and hospitals to resorts and manufacturing or production facilities. With modern, high-tech changes taking place daily, there’s high demand for people skilled in these green jobs of the future. If a building needs to run efficiently and cleanly, skilled professionals are needed.
Could that be you? With an associate degree from Kirtland, the answer will be yes!