Florida A&M University Adds a Facilities Management Degree Program

Florida A&M University, the historically Black educational institution in Tallahassee, is now offering a new bachelor’s degree program in facilities management. The program was developed by the university’s School of Business and Industry and the School of Architecture in conjunction with the professional organization, the International Facilities Management Association.

The university states that the facilities management program is the only one of its kind in the state of Florida and the only program at a historically Black college or university.

The International Facilities Management Association reports that currently there are 50,00o unfilled jobs in the field.

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