The basic Cosmetology Program is designed to prepare students for the state board licensing exam. The course offers training in hairdressing skills and their practical applications preparing graduates for entry-level employment in a beauty salon.
The training encompasses all phases of cosmetology including haircutting, styling, permanent waving, hair relaxing, hair coloring, color weaving, hair extensions, hair and scalp treatments, manicures, artificial nails, facials and make-up. Both theoretical and practical applications are taught by the instructional staff and supplemented by special classes. Opportunities for supervised practical work with the public are provided.
General – (300 Hours)
Sterilization, sanitation, bacteriology, anatomy, physiology, shop ethics, personality and salesmanship, and state laws.
Chemical – (600 Hours)
Permanent waves, hair relaxers, hair coloring, bleaching and toning, artificial nails, and hair structure and chemistry.
Physical – (600 Hours)
Shampooing, rinses, hair care, scalp care, hair cutting, nail care, skin care, hair color and hair extensions.
Program Specific Disclosures
The program price list is available in the Institutional Catalog and within the individual program disclosures.
- 24 hours per week
- 28 hours per week
- 30 hours per week
- 32 hours per week
- 35 hours per week
- 40 hours per week
Paper copies of our graduation rates, placement rates, and median student debts are available upon request.