MORT 3371: Funeral Service Rites, Customs, and Ceremonies

3 Credits

This course explores funeral and death-care customs of select faith, religious, and philosophical traditions, with emphasis on the role of the funeral director in caring for the deceased, in service to survivors. The course curriculum is based on the American Board of Funeral Service Education Student Learning Outcomes for mortuary science students. Mortuary customs to be studied will include Christian, Jewish, Islamic, Buddhist, and Hindu traditions, as well as secular rites and ceremonies.

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