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FSE 101: Funeral Directing
This course is an introduction to the basic principles of funeral service. Major emphasis will be placed on the history of funerals and the ethical obligations of the funeral director. Students will be able to relate principles discussed in class to situations on the job.
Professors: Jzyk S. Ennis
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 3
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FSE 108: Funeral Service Law and Ethics
This is an introduction to funeral service law. Major topics of discussion will include: legal status of the body; types of disposition of the body; right of duty of disposal; meaning of custody of the body; funeral expenses, terms of probate; liability of funeral expenses and in...
Professors: Jzyk S. Ennis; Venus R. Smith
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FSE 109: Business Law and Ethics for Funeral Service
This is an introductory course designed to acquaint the student with the fundamentals and principles of business law as they relate to funeral service providers. Major topics will include: the nature and source of laws, courts and courtroom procedures and how they apply to the fu...
Professors: Jzyk S. Ennis; Richard L'Eplattenier
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FSE 110: Law and Ethics for Funeral Service
Prerequisite: Admission to the program This course is designed to introduce students to law and ethics as it relates to general small businesses and to the funeral profession. Major topics of funeral law include: sources of law, the legal status of the dead human body, the duty o...
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Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 3
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FSE 201: Embalming I
This is an introductory course that outlines the basic skills, aptitudes, and personal qualifications needed to become a professional embalmer. Each of the primary phases of embalming will be covered in detail. Students will be able to demonstrate understanding of concepts by rel...
Professors: Jzyk S. Ennis
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FSE 202: Advanced Embalming
This course is a continuation of FSE 201. Specific embalming problems and procedures will be discussed. Students will be able to apply principles learned in class to embalming case analysis.
Professors: Jzyk S. Ennis
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FSE 203: Embalming Laboratory
This is a laboratory class in the application of embalming techniques and procedures. In this laboratory the student will apply the basic principles of embalming taught in the lecture classes. Students will be able to demonstrate proper practical embalming techniques, including p...
Professors: Jzyk S. Ennis; Venus R. Smith
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 3
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FSE 206: Principles of Mortuary Science
This course includes a survey of the basic principles of microbiology. It related these principles directly to sanitation, disinfection, public health, and embalming concerns as those concerns relate to successful funeral home operation. The course further emphasizes pathological...
Professors: Susan S. Davidson
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FSE 207: Thantochemistry
This course surveys the basic principles of chemistry as they relate to Funeral Service. Especially stressed are the chemical principles involved in sanitation, disinfection, public health and embalming practice. The development and use of personal, professional and community san...
Professors: Jzyk S. Ennis; Susan S. Davidson
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FSE 213: Restorative Art
This course covers general art principles as they are applied to funeral service. Major topics include: anatomical modeling, expression, tools, materials, and the use of colour and cosmetics. Students will be able to relate proper techniques to actual practice.
Professors: Venus R. Smith
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