Funeral service professionals work with the bereaved to provide sensitive, effective services during a time of great emotional need. With our A.S. degree, you gain the technical expertise and communication skills to become a licensed funeral director or embalmer or registered direct disposer in the state of Florida.
You can enroll at any time in the Funeral Services A.S. degree program, which does not require an additional health admissions application.
Our program prepares you to become a funeral director.
To become a licensed funeral director and/or embalmer in Florida, you must pass the written
National Board Examination, complete a one-year internship under the direction of a licensed
funeral director and embalmer, and pass the Florida board exam on rules and regulations. At SPC,
you take the National Board Examination as part of your final course, Professional Practicum.
The Funeral Services degree program at St. Petersburg
College is accredited by the American Board of Funeral Service Education
(ABFSE), 992 Mantua Pike, Suite 108, Woodbury Heights, NJ 08097, (816)
233-3747. Web: www.abfse.org.
National Board Examinations pass rates, graduation rates
(beginning in 2015) and employment rates (beginning in 2015), for this and
other ABFSE-accredited programs are available at www.abfse.org.
To request a printed copy of this program’s scores and
rates, go to Health Education Center room 154 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or by
PROGRAM INFORMATION – St. Petersburg
* Timely graduation = complete program in 1½ times designated program length.
** Left before completing the program; did not finish.
NATIONAL BOARD STATISTICS – St. Petersburg
The shortest wait times are in the morning. To be sure you will see an advisor, please arrive at least one hour before closing. Limited services may be available up to an hour before closing, depending on the number of students waiting.
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