Mortuary Management B.S.

The LCIE bachelor of science in mortuary management degree educates funeral service professionals in the areas of business management. The degree is designed as a degree completion program for students who have already earned an associate of applied science degree in funeral service and who have successfully passed their state board examination. The intent of the program is to expand existing skills and to provide students with a strong liberal arts and professional business background.

A student who has earned an associate of applied science degree in funeral service from a college or university that has regional accreditation or is accredited by the American Board of Funeral Service Education (ABFSE) and who has successfully passed his/her state board examination is eligible for admission to Lindenwood’s Mortuary Management degree program in the LCIE. Students may transfer 64 semester hours to Lindenwood from their associate in applied science in funeral service education program toward the bachelor of science in mortuary management. The baccalaureate degree at Lindenwood requires the completion of 128 semester hours.

Core Curriculum

(Required of all Mortuary Management majors)

Accounting Cluster

IBA 21010Principles of Financial Accounting

3

IBA 21011Principles of Managerial Accounting

3

IBA 32000Principles of Finance

3

Prerequisites: IMH 13200, IMH 14100, IMH 22000

Cross Cultural Cluster

IHS 1010020th Century World History

3

ICL XXXXXCross Cultural Focus

3

ICL XXXXXCross Cultural Focus

3

Management Cluster

IBA 36032Principles of Management

3

IBA 36510Human Resource Management

3

IBA 46050Managerial Ethics

3

Marketing Cluster

IBA 35010Principles of Marketing

3

IBA 45080Marketing Management

3

IBA 48010International Marketing

3

Humanities Cluster

IPH 10000Survey of Philosophy

3

IEN 20100World Literature I

3

IRT 21000Concepts of Visual Arts

3

Math/Statistics Cluster

IMH 13200Quantitative Methods for Business

3

IMH 14100Basic Statistics

3

IMH 22000Research Design and Methodology

3

Professional Emphasis

Select one of the following clusters:

Employee Supervision Cluster

IHR 35700Employee Supervision

3

IHR 35800Legal Issues for Human Resource Management

3

IHR 35900Performance Management/ Performance Appraisal Systems

3

Management Information Systems Cluster

IBA 24000Introduction to Information Systems

3

IBA 33400Introduction to Operations Management

3

IBA 36500Microcomputer Applications in Business

3

Prerequisites: IMH 13200; IMH 14100; IMH 22000

In addition, students must also complete:

IBA 48900Business Administration Capstone

3