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American Academy Funeral Service is a private college located in Manhattan, New York in the New York City Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 82 undergraduate students. The American Academy Funeral Service acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Funeral Service and Mortuary Science. Graduating 20% of students, American Academy Funeral Service alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $38,400.
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619 West 54th Street - 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10019
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$16,145/ year
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    $16,877/ year
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    $17,031/ year
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    $15,446/ year
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    $20,323/ year
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    $20,323/ year
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Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
$41,100/ year
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The teachers here are really experienced. The academics are informative but challenging. You definitely do not have time to be bored here at the school. Administration is very supportive, they do all they can to help you succeed, you just need to do your part. If you're lazy and you think you can skate by then this program is not for you. One more thing. The school expects you to dress business casual every day. I think it's a great start to a career! I would recommend this program to anyone I know that is interested in funeral service .
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AAMI is a great school for people that need a flexible schedule. The program is set up specifically for the state test and the advisers are very hands on in helping you establish a timeline that will work for you.
Since this is my first semester I love the topics so far except for microbiology and business as a funeral director. Even though I want to be a funeral director the curriculum is monotone and rather boring. I would never think that history of funeral science would interest me but it does and my professsor makes it fun. My registration process was a nightmare. I was actually suppose to start my classes during the fall but apparently I was never notified that the onlince classes were filled. I had to constantly keep harassing the scool administration to explain to me what happened. What made it worse was the fact that apparently they did notify me because they had the wrong email address on file. It did not make any sense to me because one of the faculty members read my email address to me correctly but they were still sending my information to the wrong email address. My advisor was the one that cleared the discrepancy when I was able to finally register for the summer semester.