The Funeral Service Education curriculum provides students with the opportunity to become proficient in basic funeral service skills.
In addition to the general education courses offered in the curriculum, technical courses such as human anatomy, embalming theory and practice, embalming chemistry, restorative arts, funeral law, and funeral home operations are taught.
Points of Pride
Faculty composed of licensed funeral professionals
Majority of the coursework can be completed online
Only program of its kind in North Carolina
The Funeral Service degree program at Fayetteville Technical Community College is accredited by:
American Board of Funeral Service Education (ABFSE)
992 Mantua Pike, Suite 108
Woodbury Heights, NJ 08097
Schools for teaching mortuary science which are approved by the Board (NC Board of Funeral Service) shall have extended to them the same privileges as to the use of bodies for dissecting while teaching as those granted in this State to medical colleges, but such bodies shall be obtained through the same agencies which provide bodies for medical colleges. NCGS 90-210.23g
The funeral service program utilizes human remains as part of the clinical instruction in areas of embalming and restorative art.
How to Make a Donation
If you are interested in the donation program, bequeathal documents may be submitted on a pre-arrangement basis. Please complete the authorization and biographical forms, make copies for your records, fax the forms to 910.678.0169, and mail the originals to:
Funeral Service Department, FTCC
PO Box 35236
Fayetteville, NC 28303
Stipulations for Acceptance
- No infections should be present at the time of death.
- Weight of the deceased should be no greater than 200 lbs.
- The deceased should have been refrigerated shortly following the death.
- Prearranged donations are accepted at any time, but classes should be in session. Contact should be made with the directors in order to accept non-prearranged anatomical donations.
Call 910.678.8301 or 910.678.8510