Cosmetology

The Cosmetology Course consists of 1800 hours of instruction over a period of 53 weeks.

The Cosmetology Course instruction includes the following subjects:

  • Law, Ethics and Economics
  • Hygiene, Decontamination and Infection Control, Bacteriology and First Aid
  • Anatomy in Beauty Culture
  • Histology of the Skin, Nails and Hair
  • Electricity and Light Therapy
  • Chemistry for Cosmetologists
  • Salon Management and Salesmanship
  • Social Economic Relationship
  • History of Beauty Culture
  • Scalp and hair Treatment
  • Shampoo and Rinses
  • Hair Coloring and Lightening
  • Hairdressing, Pin Curls, Finger Waving, Hair Shaping and Permanent Waving
  • Hair Relaxing
  • Facials, Masks, Packs and Make-Up
  • Manicuring and Pedicuring
  • Dispensary and Appointment Desk
  • Curling Iron, Air Waving and Wiggery

In this program, you'll learn everything you need to know in cosmetology, hairstyling and manicuring to obtain entry-level employment in a cosmetology career and be prepared for your state board licensing examination. Through classroom instruction and hands-on training, you'll learn how to perform basic salon services for hair and nails, as well as how to do a full client consultation and market your services to prospective clients. Finally, you'll learn the basics of salon management and front desk operations.

Careers in Cosmetology

  • Hair Stylist
  • Hair Designer
  • Hair Color Technician
  • Texture Services Specialist
  • Manicurist
  • Nail Design Technologist
  • Makeup Technician
  • Resort Stylist
  • Cosmetology Instructor
  • Platform Artist