Third Quarter

Third Quarter

BIOL 420 ANATOMY III 

 

A continuation of Anatomy II, with concentration upon the circulatory system including blood, coagulation, the heart and identification and location of the blood vessels of the human body. The course also includes a study of the lymphatic and respiratory systems with emphasis on the organs involved. 1 credit

BIOL 425 ANATOMY LABORATORY I 

 

In this course the student will be expected to dissect and identify the major anterior and posterior muscles, blood vessels and nerves.

This course is conducted at the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office. 1 credit

LEOB 405 FUNERAL SERVICE LAW 

 

An introductory course with concentration upon the law relating to the disposition of the deceased, rights and duties of the funeral director, and a study of wills and inheritance. 2 credits

MGSC 415 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT I 

 

An introduction to the role and function of small business in the United States. Discussions focus upon what is involved in initiating and/or purchasing a small business. The course also covers general management technique and theory as it relates to the funeral service profession. 2 credits

CHEM 420 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 

 

An introduction to Organic Chemistry, focusing upon the identification of functional groups and definitions of biochemical groups. 1 credit

COMM 410 SPEECH COMMUNICATIONS III 

 

This course provides a practical introduction to the principles and skills of effective communication in business and professional settings. It focuses on various face-to-face and written communication activities such as resumes, interviewing, groups and meetings, and listening skills. 1 credit

FSSA 431 EMBALMING LABORATORY I 

 

This course involves the practical application of the principles and techniques of modern embalming procedures in a controlled laboratory environment. The student is afforded maximum opportunity for learning through direct contact.

This course is conducted at the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office. 1 credit

FSSA 410 FUNERAL DIRECTING III 

 

This course examines the various religious and fraternal customs associated with the funeral. 2 credits

BIOL 430 MICROBIOLOGY III 

 

A continuation of Microbiology II, focusing upon the bacterial diseases and procedures to ensure the safety of the public as well as the funeral service professional. 2 credits

BIOL 465 PATHOLOGY II 

 

A continuation of Pathology I. Concentrates upon the various systems of the body and its disorders. 2 credits

FSSA 435 RESTORATIVE ART III 

 

The techniques of restorative treatment both in general and as applied to specific restoration problems are fully presented with emphasis upon adaptation to the individual case. 1 credit

FSSA 436 RESTORATIVE ART LABORATORY I 

 

A practical laboratory application of the principles learned in Restorative Art I and II. Students apply the modeling techniques to reproduce, in clay, the four features of the human face, namely; the ear, nose, mouth and eye. 1 credit

PSYC 425 PSYCHOLOGY OF GRIEF  

 

The psychology of grief is explored, studying the impact and special needs of the family unit when a parent or child dies. 2 credits