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You will gain an understanding of the various types of embalming processes for the normal case. You will also examine procedures used in difficult and autopsied cases.

Prerequisites: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology (also called Anatomy and Physiology) (APHY 189), Core Work Experience (WORK 192), Funeral Service Core Practicum (PRAC 176), Funeral Services Embalming Practicum (PRAC 277), Interpersonal Communications (COMM 291), Interpersonal Skills in Funeral Service (PSYC 281), Introduction to Microsoft Word and Excel (COMP 172), Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint (COMP 179), Jurisprudence and Ethics (ETHC 184), Medical Terminology (180) (MTER 180), Microbiology for Funeral Service (MICR 185), Orientation to Funeral Services (ORTN 199), Pathophysiology (PATH 186) (Concurrent), Psychology 1 (PSYC 160), Psychology of Grief (PSYC 280), Restorative Arts (FNRL 180) (Concurrent), Written and Oral Communications (COM 101), Introduction to Desktop Publishing (COAP 171), Funeral Service students only


75 hours/30 weeks Additional costs: Text(s) and required print materials
Start and End DatesFeeLocationCRN
September 12, 2016 - April 7, 2017
Registration deadline: September 16, 2016
Registration opens June 1, 2016
$809.00Home Study (Print)CRN: 201602-460
January 30, 2017 - August 25, 2017
Registration deadline: February 3, 2017
Registration opens June 1, 2016
$809.00Home Study (Print)CRN: 201603-294

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