The basic esthetician program is designed to prepare students for the state board licensing exam. The program offers training in skin care and their practical applications preparing graduates for entry-level employment in a salon, spa or doctor’s office.
The training encompasses all phases of esthetic training, including facials, specialty masks, back treatments, body wraps and treatments, face and body waxing, lash and brow tinting, airbrush tanning, cellulite reduction treatments, anti-aging treatments, machine facials, make-up application. 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 – (150 Hours)
Sterilization, sanitation, bacteriology, professional ethics, personality and salesmanship training, anatomy, physiology, and state laws.
Chemical – (150 Hours)
Skin conditions, disorders, nutrition, aging factors, product ingredients and usage, waxing, lash and brow tinting, OSHA and EPA requirements.
Physical – (450 Hours)
Massage movements and manipulations, masks and packs, facial treatments with and without the use of machines, skin analysis and consultation, application of all products and machines, color psychology, make-up, corrective make-up and brow arching.
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.