Pittsburgh Mortuary Science is an above-average private college located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 139 undergraduate students. Admissions is somewhat competitive as the Pittsburgh Mortuary Science acceptance rate is 67%. The only major offered is Funeral Service and Mortuary Science. Graduating 82% of students, Pittsburgh Mortuary Science alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $32,400.
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Colleges like Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science
- BCincinnati College of Mortuary Science
- 4 Year
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- NGFINE Mortuary College
- 2 Year
- Norwood, MA
- 12 reviews
- NGWorsham College of Mortuary Science
- 2 Year
- Wheeling, IL
- 19 reviews
- NGMid-America College of Funeral Service
- 4 Year
- Jeffersonville, IN
- 13 reviews
Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science Reviews
Overall my experience at this school was okay. I was able to get a lot of hands on experience in the prep room, that other schools may not provide. Some of the tools in the prep room need replacing though, for safety reasons. The classrooms are crowded, and it can be difficult to see what the professors are writing on the board, because of the big pillars in the room. Some professors are better than others, but I was still able to learn the information I needed to know.
My experience at the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science has been nothing but enjoyable. Great faculty that is readily available to answer any questions we may have. The online program in the most convenient aspect on this institution.
I went to my orientation on January 26, 2017. I had fun and met some interesting people that I will be in my class. Individual of all ages applied for this program. I start class on January 30, 2017. I'm looking forward to my new career. I have worked so hard the last two years to get to where I'm at today.It will be a lot of work but I'm up for a challenge.