Master, M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees are designed for graduates with technical qualifications, practitioners in the related professions and those wanting to enhance their understanding and skill in asset and facilities management. The programmes also provide opportunities for research in various asset management and facilities management related matters.



There are 2 types of master programme, which can be enrolled on a full and part-time or executive basis.


i. The Master programme by taught course offers 4 core courses, 5 elective courses and one compulsory university course (3 credits). Students are also required to submit a master project of 6 credits. To graduate, students must complete a total of 40 credits. Students are assessed through tests, assignments, presentations and  final examinations.


ii. The Master of Science by research offers opportunities in Facilities Management studies. The research project allows the student to conduct research in various disciplines with supervision from the lecturers. Students are also required to take courses on research methodology and 1 university course ( 3 credits). To graduate the student mush complete a research project and submit a thesis.



Subject for M.Sc. by taught course and mixed mode are as follows :


Programme Subject
M.Sc. Asset and Facilities Management Compulsory Courses:

Strategic Asset Management, Strategic Facilities Management, Project and Contract Management, Strategic Maintenance Management and Master Project, and a University course.


Elective subjects:
Value Management, Risk Management, Quality Management, Facilities Technology and Information Management System, Sustainable Environmental Management, Financial Management, Professional Practice and Performance Management.

Posted on

February 20, 2017