Master of Arts in Thanatology

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  • Course description
    Hood's Master of Arts in Thanatology program is one of the few in the United States specifically designed to prepare people to work with the terminally ill and the bereaved, as well as persons prepared to provide death education at all levels in a variety of organizations. Both the M.A. and certificate program in thanatology are designed to conform with the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC) Certification requirements for those persons interested in becoming certified as death educators, grief counselors, or grief therapists.

    Our Thanatology program is attractive to those working in hospice programs, hospitals, nursing homes, and other health care facilities. The program is also appropriate for new graduate students who are embarking on career paths, as well as for social workers, psychologists, counselors, teachers, and others who wish to expand their work into this growing area of expertise.

    Program Requirements 
    The Master of Arts in Thanatology requires 39 graduate credits. Exemption may be granted for specific courses based on previous work. However, substitutions of electives would be required to make a minimum degree requirement of 33 credits. Admission to the program includes a required written statement of goals and two letters of reference, as well as an interview, either in person or by telephone. 

    Thanatology Faculty 
    The core courses in the Thanatology programs are taught by professionals who are nationally recognized certified death educators and certified grief therapists. Dr. Dana Cable and Dr. Terry Martin have collaborated on presenting their work at conferences and seminars throughout Europe and North America. 

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