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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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
Industry, Undertaking HD9999
The Family-Thanatology, Death HQ1073
Business, Burial and Cemetery KF3781
Human Anatomy QM
Undertaking, Embalming, Cremation, Vocational Guidance RA622-635