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What are some recommended colleges majors for someone whose long term goal is a mortician?

I was looking for any colleges course or majors that would be helpful for that end goal but doesn't necessarily lead to that

Thank you comment icon I would recommend researching your options in anthropology. Forensic anthropology could lead to being a mortician or you could pursue a doctorate in forensic anthropology and establish cause of death for court cases or legal situations. Additionally, you could also find yourself to be more interested in archaeology and take up a career in that field. Similarly, biological anthropology might interest you and you could find a career in historical anthropological research. Shannon

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Sami’s Answer

Check out what the Occupation Outlook Handbook published by the US Dept. of Labor says regarding your question.
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Morticians require an associate's degree accredited by the American Board of Funeral Service Education (ABFSE) in funeral service or mortuary science. They're only a few colleges that offer this program across the country include: Cypress College Mortuary Science, San Antonio College Mortuary Science, University of the District of Columbia Mortuary Science AAS, Worsham College of Mortuary Science, and Hudson Valley Community College.
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