Mid-America Funeral Service is a private college located in Jeffersonville, Indiana in the Louisville Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 101 undergraduate students. The Mid-America Funeral Service acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Funeral Service and Mortuary Science. Graduating 93% of students, Mid-America Funeral Service alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $30,200.
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Mid-America College of Funeral Services has a great stuff that are very helpful to meet students needs. The campus is very clean.
the program is all about being a funeral director, we take law, accounting, and communications for the the general classes to basically knowing them, and then the acctual classes of embalming and restoritive art, also Mortuary Administration and funeral history as well and those are mostly of the entire year. The work load is not that bad its all about studying and knowing the material. the facilities are not bad at all it is a one building college but still they make it all work out. interships and job opportunities they basically already get you out there in the work feild which is nice so that you can get hands on experiance.
Mid-America is very cheep for the great education you get from there, many professors working there what you to succed and pass the national boards exam that you need to pass in order to become a funeral director. Its like your own little family there.