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This guide recommends resources that support students enrolled in the Funeral Services program.


Funeral Services Associate in Science

Mortuary science, embalming, restorative art and funeral home operations

The Associate in Science (A.S.) in Funeral Services degree program strives to meet the needs of northern Florida for qualified funeral directors and embalmers by providing a funeral director training program that is supported by the local funeral services community. Students in the funeral services program are trained to be knowledgeable and compliant with federal, state, provincial/territorial and local regulatory guidelines in the state of Florida.


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Mary Dumbleton
North Campus Library and Learning Commons

Guide to Funeral Science Books:

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Philosophy, Psychology, Religion

Philosophy, Death BD444

Psychology, Grief, Death & Dying BF575.G7, BF723

Religion, Funeral Services BL504, BT826, BV199


Manners & Customs- Burial and Funeral- GT3150-3243

Social Sciences

Industry, Undertaking HD9999

The Family-Thanatology, Death HQ1073


Business, Burial and Cemetery KF3781


Human Anatomy QM

Physiology QP


Undertaking, Embalming, Cremation, Vocational Guidance RA622-635