EMBALMING APPLICATIONS LAB

About the Embalming Applications Lab

Students participate in hands-on learning under the direction of licensed clinical faculty in the Embalming Applications Lab.

Instructors will familiarize students with:

  • personal safety practices
  • lab operations and organization
  • regulations and legal processes
  • instrumentation
  • chemicals
  • removal and transfer of deceased human remains
  • disinfection and preparation
  • embalming operations

Embalming Applications Lab Schedule

Students begin their clinical practice in semester I with Clinical Mortuary Practice I (CMP I) and continue throughout their tenure.  Each student is assigned to a lab group prior to each term, consisting of 5-10 of their peers who have varying degrees of experience. Group sizes are determined by enrollment and each group works collectively during their assigned weekly lab time.

Lab Requirements

Students must complete a minimum of 30 clinical operations in order to meet graduation requirements. Ample opportunity typically exists for students to exceed the amount of required embalming operations via volunteer opportunities.

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