Mortuary Science Program - Putting Theory Into Practice

To begin, you need to make sure DMACC is the right program fit for you. There are several programs throughout the country, but you have to find the one that is right for you. If you want a program that only offers lectures and minimal hands-on learning, then DMACC is not the place for you.

DMACC offers students the following:

  • Hands-on activities and discussions to assist in the learning process
  • Various instructional methods to include on-campus and funeral home based options
  • Newly renovated facilities, including a state-of-the-art preparation room
  • Simulated funeral directing experience including arrangement conferences, visitations, and funerals
  • Embalming experience to include at least 20 cases
  • Practicum experience at licensed funeral home

To see more about how these items enable the DMACC Mortuary Science program to stand out, click the following link: The DMACC Difference

Now that you have decided the DMACC Mortuary Science Program meets your needs as a prospective student, here are some links to get you started on your path.

 

 

​Which Delivery Option Should I Pick?

Funeral Home Based (Online) Option
vs.
On Campus Option

​How Do I Get Started?

Admissions Information

For more information contact:

Program Chair:
Kevin Patterson
kepatterson@dmacc.edu
515-965-7171​


 

» Staff Bios

 

Program Faculty:
Travis Carrico
tlcarrico@dmacc.edu
515-965-7171

Dixie Evans
daevans@dmacc.edu
515-965-7171​

 

Academic Advisor:
Amy Wood
ajwood@dmacc.edu
515-964-6395​

Contact the Advisor for information on Admission and General Education courses.​​