Second Quarter

Second Quarter

ACCT 350 ACCOUNTING II 

 

A continuation of Accounting I, concentrating upon the application of accounting data in financial analysis. 1 credit

BIOL 340 ANATOMY II 

 

A continuation of Anatomy I, with concentration upon the muscular and nervous systems. The study of the muscular system will include the types of muscle tissues, the anatomy of a muscle, and identification with regard to location and function of muscles of the human body. 2 credits

LEOB 315 BUSINESS LAW II 

 

An overview of the law of sales and negotiable instrumentswith regard to the Uniform Commercial Code. 2 credits

CHEM 340 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY II 

 

A continuation of Inorganic Chemistry I, concentrating on the basic principles of solutions, colloids, and acid/base concentrations. 1 credit

COMM 320 SPEECH COMMUNICATIONS II 

 

This course offers the students practical instruction on how to speak effectively in public and an introduction to the basic principles of speech communication. There is step-by-step advice on how to prepare and present a eulogy. Public speaking links the speaker, listener, language, occasion and the overall communication environment. The value of speech training in the development of the total person, and specifically the funeral service professional, is stressed. 1 credit

FSSA 320 FUNERAL DIRECTING II 

 

An introduction to funeral service merchandising, definitional terms and pricing techniques will be explored. 1 credit

FSSA 321 HISTORY OF FUNERAL SERVICE II 

 

An introduction to the customs, beliefs, and the people who influenced funeral service beginning with the Egyptians and concluding with the present. 1 credit

BIOL 350 MICROBIOLOGY II 

 

A continuation of Microbiology I, with concentration upon the various methods of studying microorganisms, the physical and chemical methods of control, epidemiology, and the specific and non-specific defense mechanisms of the body. 2 credits

PHIL 350 PROFESSIONAL ETHICS II 

 

A continuation of Professional Ethics I, with concentration upon the role of the funeral director in employee/employer relations. 1 credit

PSYC 325 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 

 

An introduction to the physiological and psychological dimensions of human emotions, especially related to grief. 2 credits

FSSA 345 RESTORATIVE ART II 

 

The student will concentrate on the natural and acquired facial markings, as well as the anatomy and physiognomy of the ear, nose, mouth and eye. 2 credits

FSSA 340 EMBALMING II 

 

A detailed study of the blood vessels most commonly used during the embalming process, the procedure and method of arterial embalming, the dilution, distribution and diffusion of arterial embalming solutions and the types and functions of embalming chemicals. 2 credits