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Cosmetology, Diploma


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Students receive theory as well as practical experience in hair, skin, and nail care through classroom study, demonstrations and practical experience in the campus clinic. Areas of study include sanitation and sterilization techniques, hygiene, and grooming. Upon successful completion of hours and quota requirements mandated by the Board of Cosmetologists Examiners, students must also take a written and a skills certification test for licensure. Some of the opportunities include beauty salon owner, beauty salon manager, make-up artist, specialist in a particular branch of cosmetology, colorist, hair and scalp specialist, esthetician, stylist, manufacturer's representative and others.

Preclinic Introduction 4
Preclinic Hair Care 4
Preclinic Nail Care 4
Preclinic Chemical Control 3
Preclinic Skin Care 3
Preclinic Hair Color 3
Credits First Semester 21
Second Semester  
Salon Preparation 4
Clinic II 4
Clinic V 4
Clinic VI 4
Clinic VIII 3
License Prep. for Cosmetology I 2
Credits Second Semester 21
Third Semester  
Advanced Hair Care 4
Clinic I 4
COSM 1150 Clinic III 4
COSM 1155 Clinic IV 3
COSM 1170 Clinic VII 4
COSM 1182 License Prep. for Cosmetology II 2
  Credits Third Semester 21


Updated:  si 3/28/08