MORT 3384: Mortuary Science Practice in the US: An Integrative Capstone Course For Professional Practice

1 CreditOnline Available

The purpose of this course is to synthesize concepts relating to professional practice, culminating in the completion of the National Board Examination of the International Conference of Funeral Examining Boards (ICFSEB). The course will consider the application of mortuary science-related concepts to professional practice practice, and will include activities that integrate funeral service knowledge with problems as presented by the National Funeral Service Task Analysis of the ICFSEB. In the course we will explore issues related to licensure, continuing professional education and development, and the application of mortuary science principles to professional practice. The course will integrate key theories relating to the practice of mortuary science for the goal of ensuring competency in professional practice upon graduation. Note: This course will be taken during the student's last semester of enrollment in the program.

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