MORT 3019: Funeral Service Practice II

3 Credits

The purpose of this course is to provide students with a multidisciplinary perspective on information, issues and problems associated with, and relating to, the contemporary practice of funeral service. Building upon the foundational theories, definitions and activities presented in complementary mortuary science courses, this class is designed to deepen students' understanding of how funeral service is practiced in a variety of different contexts today from the perspectives of multiple stakeholders.

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