Facilities Management Programs at MVCC

A college degree, especially in your chosen field, can enhance your credentials like few other honors. As a result of our partnership with SFMI, you can earn your associate degree or certificate in School Facilities Management – right from the comfort of your home or office.

Developed by MVCC, SFMI, and SBGA, these online programs are designed to sharpen the skills of current directors and prepare future directors for careers in facilities management. Graduates will be prepared to manage and lead change in all aspects of the field: facility operations and maintenance, public health and safety, school budgeting and more. You can choose from two options: the School Facilities Management Certificate or the Associate Degree in Facilities Management.

Among the benefits:

  • You complete MVCC courses online — no classrooms to find, no set time to attend class. You'll contact your professors primarily by email.
  • MVCC may accept credit for college courses you've already completed — and for life experience.
  • The courses completed for both programs may be applied toward a SUNY bachelor's degree.
  • If you have questions regarding admissions, please call 315-792-5400. Identify yourself as a potential School Facilities Management student and ask to be connected with Phil Benson.

School Facilities Management AAS Degree Program

The two-year associate degree in School Facilities Management requires 70 credit hours. To be eligible, you must be a high school graduate (or equivalent). To begin, apply to MVCC, get accepted, and take a standard placement test, if needed. If you are already in the School Facilities Management Certificate program, you can skip these steps.

See a semester-by-semester course roadmap, as well as end-of-program student learning outcomes.

School Facilities Management Certificate

The School Facilities Management Certificate requires 30 credit hours of study — all of which can be applied toward an MVCC associate degree.

See program course roadmap, as well as end-of-program student learning outcomes.