Technical Property Management dual

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Bachelor of Engineering in Technical Property Management Dual degree program

[Translate to English:] The goal

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Unter dem Begriff „Technisches Immobilienmanagement“ (auch nachhaltiges Gebäudemanagement genannt) verstehen wir die Instandhaltung, Planung und den Betrieb der kompletten technischen Infrastruktur einer Immobilie. 

Dies beinhaltet sowohl die Bewirtschaftung von Immobilien als auch die Entwicklung bzw. den Bau der Immobilie. Gerade bei der Entwicklung und der Inbetriebnahme eines Gebäudes kommt dem „Technisches Immobilienmanagement“ mittlerweile eine große Rolle zu. Aber auch der sicherere, nachhaltige, energieeffiziente und wirtschaftliche Betrieb einer Immobilie ist heute wichtiger denn je. 

Die Gebäudeenergie ist quantitativ der bedeutendste Teil der gesamten Energiewende - gleichzeitig geht es hier insbesondere bei den Bestandsgebäuden kaum vorwärts.

Von der Projektsteuerung der Bauausführung über die Instandhaltung und Bestimmung der Restlebensdauer bis hin zu Maßnahmen des Umbaus und der Umnutzung stehen die Bausanierung und Bewirtschaftung von Immobilien im Zentrum des technischen Immobilienmanagements. 

Zusammengefasst ist es die Aufgabe des technischen Immobilienmanagements, die technischen Einrichtungen eines Gebäudes mit zu entwickeln, in Betreib zu setzen, zu erhalten und zu optimieren.

Folgende Bausteine sind Bestandteil der Ausbildung:

  • Sicherheitstechnik
  • Gebäudeleit- bzw. Gebäudesystemtechnik
  • Umwelttechnik
  • Gebäudeenergietechnik / TGA
  • Sanitärtechnik
  • Telekommunikations- und Kommunikationstechnik
  • Instandhaltung
  • Energiemanagement

Es geht bei dem technischen Immobilienmanagement letztlich um das Zusammenwirken der einzelnen Bausteine, damit eine Immobilie ganzheitlich vom Anfang bis zum Ende der Nutzung funktioniert.  

Wenn Sie für die Komplexität eines Gebäudes fasziniert und Sie sich parallel in einem Unternehmen in der Praxis dafür Qualifizieren möchten, ist dieser Studiengang genau der richtige für Sie.

[Translate to English:] Kooperationen

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DER KOOPERATIONSVERTRAG REGELT DIE ZUSAMMENARBEIT

Möchten Sie sich für den Studiengang TIM DUAL bewerben, müssen Sie mit einem unserer Kooperationspartner einen Vertrag abschließen. Aus diesem Vertrag muss hervorgehen, dass die Bewerberin oder der Bewerber in einem einschlägigen Beschäftigungsverhältnis steht oder stehen wird und Sie zudem natürlich für die Zeit des Studiums eine Freistellung von dem Unternehmen haben. 

EINIGE UNSERER KOOPERATIONSPARTNER

Hier finden Sie eine Liste mit Partnern und Betrieben, die das duale Studium im den Bereich unterstützen und die bereits einen Kooperationsvertrag mit der Hochschule haben bzw. anstreben. Wir freuen uns jederzeit auch über neue Kooperationspartner.
 

Bauunternehmung Karl Gemünden GmbH & Co. KG
Rheinstraße 194b 
55218 Ingelheim am Rhein
Ansprechpartner/-in: Katrin Doré
E-Mail: personal (at) gemuenden-bau.de
Homepage des Praxispartners:
gemuenden-bau.de/karriere/tim_dual/

HEBERGER GmbH
Waldspitzweg 3
67105 Schifferstadt
Ansprechpartner/-in: Christoph Neßling
E-Mail: jobs (at) heberger.com
Telefon: 06235 930 - 0 
Homepage des Praxispartners:
karriere.heberger.com/job_tags/duales-studium/

Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
Saarstr. 21
55122 Mainz
Postanschrift: Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz; 55099 Mainz
Ansprechpartner/-in: Dominik Hust
E-Mail: dominik.hust (at) uni-mainz.de
Ansprechpartner/-in Abteilung Technik:
Florian Meier
E-Mail: florian.meier (at) uni-mainz.de
Ansprechpartner/-in Abteilung Immobilen:
Ulrike Pirron
E-Mail: ulrike.pirron (at) uni-mainz.de
Homepage des Praxispartners:
www.uni-mainz.de/personal

Gassmann + Grossmann Baumanagement GmbH Niederlassung
Frankfurt Schmidtstraße 51
60326 Frankfurt

Due to the environmental targets defined by the Federal Government in the National Action Plan for Energy Efficiency, which stipulate an 80% reduction in the final energy consumption of buildings by 2050, it is necessary to increase the efficiency of the energy used. Technical property management is gaining in importance due to the increasingly complex technical building installations and the associated complexity in planning, construction, adjustment and control.
The buildings need about 1/3 of our total energy in Germany. More than 50% of this is needed for heating alone. If buildings are cooled even more, the percentage is well over 70% and yet many properties do not work. People do not feel comfortable in them.
The well-being can be increased and 10 to 30% of the energy loss can be avoided. The reasons for the poor efficiency of the systems and a lack of well-being in buildings are mainly due to:

  • the complexity of the facility
  • the coordination of the individual system components with each other
  • incorrectly dimensioned power generation and distribution
  • compensation of system defects by their performance
  • changed or never correctly set control parameters

The aim must therefore be to identify and eliminate this potential for shortcomings. For this purpose, the system must be understood together with the building.

At a Glance

Degree: Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
Type of program: full-time
Standard period of study: 8 semesters
ECTS credits: 180 
Starting semester: winter semester
Language: German

Application period

For the winter semester: please see attached pdf

A needs-oriented degree program

Many opportunities are open to you during your studies and later in your career.

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Anmeldung zu Veranstaltungen

Hier können Sie sich zu besonderen Veranstaltungen und Seminaren anmelden.

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Accreditation/certification

This degree program has additional forms of recognition.

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Coursework and Exams

Examination regulations and everything else you need to know about coursework and exam (only available in German).

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Double Qualifications

You have the opportunity to acquire additional qualifications during your studies.

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What's in Store for You

The first section is devoted to depeening and expanding the basic knowedge and includes the first three semesters. Foundations are mainly taught in the compulsory modules. Particularly ambitious students can also take the additional modules offered.

  • Mathematics
    matrix calculation for the systematic design of technical FM systems
  • Statistics and financial mathematics
    for inspections and maintenance intervals, feasibility studies
  • Information technology
    Office programs,  internet and  intranet,  data structures and database organization as tools for document and data management and data exchange
  • Fundamentals of load-bearing theory
    for the understanding and as a basis for including specialized planners
  • Material science
    for the assessment of the properties of existing constructions, for the possibility of combinations and the life of the constructions
  • Basic principles of building technology
    for the understanding of measurement, control and regulation technology and physical principles
  • Building physics
    for the understanding of total energy balances, moisture transfer and moisture damage, measures for maintaining buildings
  • Basics of Business Administration
    cost and performance accounting for the understanding of economic contexts
  • Management Fundamentals
    in the area of property and portfolio management for a comprehensive approach

The second section – semesters 4 and 5 – imparts practical knowledge of construction and real estate management. It contains the specific content of all essential subject areas. In addition to the compulsory modules, elective modules are offered as well. This allows you to select and define your personal interest for your later career.

  • Computer-aided facility management
    for the use of available program systems of technical FM
  • Public and private construction law and real estate law
    for legally compliant project development, drafting of contracts and the correct actions in the case of service interruptions
  • Procurement/contracting
    implementation of contents from private building law and project management
  • Project management
    for reliable control of the planning and construction processes during construction in existing buildings, during changes in use or maintenance
  • Building construction
    for the recording of the interrelationships between function and construction, evaluation of existing constructions, systematic design of technical FM systems
  • Technical building equipment
    for understanding the mode of operation of the installed systems
  • Building control technology
    for monitoring and automation of technical installations
  • Business administration for FM
     for recording the monetary dependencies of FM services

Together with the practical project and the bachelor's thesis, the sixth semester forms the end of the course of study. The focus here is on practical knowledge acquired during the studies, its application at a company and the acquired skills in scientific work.

Personality-building and leadership-promoting events on rhetoric, negotiation and discussion, leadership and conflict management, as well as organisational events on time and knowledge management, are offered as modules and taught in subject-related courses.

Modulhandbuch

Modulhandbuch
PDF, 1 MB
Studiengangbeschreibung
PDF, 197 KB

Study Guide 2018/19 (only available in German)

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Program Structure

Examination regulations, class schedule (only available in German)

Allgemeine Prüfungsordnung (PO-BaFbT)
PDF, 637 KB
Fachprüfungsordnung (FPO-BaTIMdual)
PDF, 207 KB
Modulhandbuch
PDF, 1 MB
Kooperationsvertrag_20200610__004_.pdf
PDF, 135 KB

Room schedules

 H1.10 | H2.10 | H2.13 | H2.23H2.25 | H2.27 | H2.29 | H2.31 | H3.12 | R2.06

Your professional prospects

A comparison of the number of graduates in the next few years and the demand results in an offer of three to four positions per student. Companies and organizations in the following areas have a long-term need:

  • Commercial: Real estate departments of banks and insurance companies, offices, trade, building leasing
  • Industry: Train station and airport operators, supply and disposal companies, transport companies, real estate funds
  • Churches: Building departments, social services, hospitals and nursing homes
  • Public sector: Municipal building management, owner-occupied enterprises, building yards
  • Housing industry: Property developers, technical departments
  • Project developers
  • Project management offices
  • Engineering and architectural offices
  • Consulting (operating concepts, energy management)
  • Contractors
  • Suppliers of technical building equipment
  • Building services companies
  • Property management companies
  • Facility services companies
  • Providers of private-public partnerships (PPP)  

Learning languages

The Language Center offers you the opportunity to improve your language skills. You can find the program for the Holzstrasse location here. All language lectures can be attended voluntarily to acquire an additional qualification.

Networks that go beyond the University

Studying and family

Mainz University of Applied Sciences guarantees all students childcare facilities for children starting at the age of six months. For further information on the network of daycare providers or the on-campus nursery school (Kita Campulino) please go to: Studies/While studying/Studying with a child

Mainz University of Applied Sciences has been awarded the basic certificate "Family-friendly university".

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Women in the engineering profession

The percentage of women among students in the field of civil engineering is currently 25 percent and rising. We would be happy to see this number continue to increase.

Semester abroad/partner universities

The civil engineering department maintains contacts with partner universities around the world.

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Why study in Mainz?

The city of Mainz am Rhein is strongly influenced by the students of Mainz University of Applied Sciences and of Johannes Gutenberg University.

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AStA (Students' Union), StuPa (Student Parliament), Student Reps of the Construction Department

The three most important representatives of students at the University.

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Who to contact

Thomas Giel
Degree program director
T +49 6131 628-1328
thomas.giel (at) hs-mainz.de