What Does a Mortician Do?
Also referred to as an embalmer or undertaker, a mortician prepares deceased bodies for end-of-life arrangements by embalming, dressing, cosmetically enhancing, reconstructing, casketing, and ultimately beautifying the body of the deceased. In smaller funeral homes, a funeral director may take on the mortuary duties.
What Type of Person Wants To Learn More About Mortuary Science?
A mortician is an on-call and in-demand career path for those that are compassionate and want to make a difference. An associate degree in Funeral Service is perfect for someone interested in helping to memorialize loved ones for the bereaved and the science behind funeral service.
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