What is “Pre-Mortuary Science”?
“Pre-Mortuary Science” is a term used to describe students who either plan to enter a Mortuary Science school after graduating from college or after completing the required hours for entrance. When a student is “Pre-Mortuary Science”, they are not only taking the classes required for admission to study Mortuary Science, but they also have a major in a specific subject matter area.
What courses are required for admission to Mortuary Science school?
Students are responsible for verifying all pre-requisite courses with the Mortuary Science school of their choice. Typically, Mortuary Science school admissions committees require the following courses to be taken in college:
- Accounting (3 hours)
- Anatomy and physiology (3 hours)
- Business (6 hours)
- Chemistry (3 hours)
- Electives (12 hours)
- English composition (6 hours)
- General psychology (3 hours)
- General sociology (3 hours)
- Humanities & Arts (9 hours)
- Interpersonal or basic communication (3 hours)
- Life science (3 hours)
- Social Science (6 hours)
Updated: 06/15/2020 12:35PM