Subject details

At the completion of this subject students will be able to:

  1. demonstrate an advanced and integrated understanding of a complex body of knowledge that includes recent developments in the management of Facilities and Asset Information and its application in professional practice.
  2. investigate, analyse and synthesise complex information, problems, concepts and theories and to apply established theories to the Facilities and Asset Information body of knowledge and practice
  3. generate and evaluate the justification and interpretation of theoretical propositions, methodologies, conclusions and professional decisions to a variety of audiences 
  4. demonstrate theoretical knowledge and skills to apply creativity and initiative to new situations in professional practice in the area of Facilities and Asset Information
  5. reflect critically on theory and professional practice or scholarship in the area of contemporary Facilities and Asset Information
    • Asset types, infrastructure, buildings and other assets
    • Elements, sub-elements and components of facilities and assets
    • Asset lifecycles
    • Asset management principles and practices as applied to non-current assets
    • Portfolio assembly, asset registers and hierarchies of assets
    • Information management
    • Spatial information systems
    • Data collection and valuation
    • Information assessment
    • Information technology systems for asset management
    • Presentation of asset information for decision making
  • Study resources

    • Online materials

      • Online Assessment
      • Printable format materials
      • Resources and Links
      • Online Assessment

You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:

USA-MPM411-Principles of Project Management
USA-MPM414-Project Control Methods
USA-MPM413-Project Risk Management
USA-MPM417-Project Leadership & Teams

Special requirements

No special requirements

  • Online activities (35%)
  • Essay or case study (30%)
  • Individual (1500 words) (35%)