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We are dedicated to preparing you for your career as a knowledgeable, skilled and innovative funderal service professional.

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The clinical rotations have taught me things no book could have. It is great to get some hands-on, real experience of things while you are reading about them. You are apt to learn better and it facilitates a lot of meaningful questions, and you can directly apply all that knowledge you get from the lectures and the reading. —Jeff H.

You will gain real-world experience at one of our clinical rotation sites. We have more than fifty funeral homes in the Twin Cities metro area and greater Minnesota serve as clinical rotation sites for students completing this course.

Find funeral services postions available in Minnesota and throughout the United States.

Find information about important funeral services associations and organizations, including the Minnesota Department of Health Mortuary Science Section and the International Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards.


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