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Exam: Embalmers

You must complete exams to become a certified embalmer. Learn about the required exams and how to take them.

Internship: Embalmers

Learn who needs to complete an embalmer internship, and how to apply for and document your internship so you can get your embalmer license.

Professional development requirements and audits: Funerals and cemeteries

Learn about the requirements to renew a funeral director license, what counts as a qualifying activity, and what to do if you are audited.

Resources and publications: Funerals and cemeteries

Get guidelines and resources related to funeral and cemetery licenses.

Frequently asked questions: Funerals and cemeteries

Get answers to frequently asked questions about funeral directors, funeral establishments, cemeteries, cremation, and burial.

Laws and rules: Funerals and cemeteries

Learn the current laws and rules for funeral directors, embalmers, cemeteries, morgues, and human remains, and view rulemaking activity.

Funeral and Cemetery Board

Read about the Funeral and Cemetery Board's members and view meeting dates, agendas, and minutes.

For veterans, military personnel, and partners

Your military experience or training might help you meet licensing requirements. You may also be able to get a temporary license if you're moving here with a current license from another state. Learn more about using your military training to meet professional license requirements.

If you're a U.S. veteran, you may be eligible for partial reimbursement of your fees. Learn more about getting reimbursed for fees.