Mortuary Science Program - Putting Theory Into Practice

​​​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
  • State-of-the-art preparation room
  • Funeral directing experience including arrangement conferences, visitations, and funerals
  • Embalming experience
  • Practicum experience at licensed funeral home

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

If you want a program that includes streaming lectures, preparation for the national board, and professional activities in a hands-on learning environment, then DMACC is the place for you.    

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

 

 ​

Which Degree Option Should I Pick?

Degree or Diploma?

​Which Delivery Option Should I Pick?

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

​How Do I Get Started?

Admission Information

 

For more information contact:

Program Chair:
Kevin Patterson
kepatterson@dmacc.edu
515-964-6244


 

» Staff Bios

Program Faculty:
Steve Angell
sangell@dmacc.edu
515-964-6330

Travis Carrico
tlcarrico@dmacc.edu
515-964-6499

Dixie Evans
daevans@dmacc.edu
515-964-6889​​

Admission Advisors​:
Contact an Admissions Advisor

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