Thanatology and Funeral Service Preparatory
Certificate of Achievement in Thanatology and Funeral Service Preparatory
Credits required 24/25
Dean of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Kathleen Pearle, firstname.lastname@example.org
John Tormey, Coordinator of Thanatology and Funeral Service Preparatory and Professor of Psychology/Thanatology, email@example.com
Program Code: TC
Program Goals Statement
This certificate examines how loss affects physical, psychological, and social well-being. This program is unique to BCC and can be taken on its own or as a program to enrich such care giving and service professions as education, nursing, criminal justice, human services, pastoral ministry, and funeral service.
- This program has articulation agreements with FINE Mortuary College and Mt. Ida College.
- Students who complete the certificate in Thanatology can take the following courses to transfer to FINE Mortuary College for a career in funeral service ACC 101, MAN 154, BIO 233, BIO 234.
| ||ELECTIVE Free||
|ENG 101||Composition I: College Writing||
|PSY 101||General Psychology||
|PSY 262||Introduction to Thanatology||
|PSY 264||Psychology of Grief||
|PSY 266||Introduction to Grief Counseling||
|SOC 257||Social Issues in Loss||
|Total Credit Hours:||18-25
ELECTIVE: Choose from BIO, HLT, NUR
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