The Funeral Service Management Bachelor of Science (BS) degree program is a continuation of the Mortuary Science program for those funeral professionals who wish to obtain a Bachelor’s degree. Instruction will consist of lecture, laboratory, research, and experiential learning opportunities through internship hours. Emphasis is placed on the management of various funeral service practices. Our comprehensive curriculum responds to contemporary changes in societal views toward death and dying that demand better educated practitioners.
Obtaining a four year degree in Funeral Service Management allows for more focus on relevant sound business practice and application, resulting in highly marketable graduates. This program further serves to encourage students to be independent thinkers.
Lincoln College of New England’s Funeral Service Management faculty includes professionals who are actively working in funeral service, and many of our instructors possess decades of hands-on industry experience, which they work to pass onto their students. Our faculty members are proud of the way they take time to truly get to know each individual student.
This academic program is designed to meet specific state or professional needs. It is not accredited by the American Board of Funeral Service Education. Students graduating from this program are not eligible to take the National Board Examination or any state board examination for which graduation from an ABFSE accredited program is required.
Lincoln's Funeral Service Management Degree is now available Online! The Funeral Service Management Bachelor of Science degree program is also available through fully online courses. Learn more about getting your degree in Funeral Service Management online at our online college!
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