There should be a minimum total accumulation of 1500 (clock) hours, including 230 hours of theory classes, 1200 hours of skilled work and 70 unassigned hours of theory or skilled, used at the instructor’s discretion as needed of the student dictates.  The objective of the cosmetology course is to prepare you for all aspects of the salon service.  Through classroom theory and clinical practice, you will begin the well-rounded foundation you need to become a successful cosmetologist.  Our school’s cosmetology comprehensive training will give you a solid foundation upon which will prepare you for many fields, such as: Hair Stylist, Day Spa Technician, Hair Coloring Specialist, Makeup Artist, Salon Owner, Platform Artist, Product Promoter, Sales Representative for beauty products, Educator, Lecturer, and many more.

The following topics are taught in a combination of classroom and practical settings.

For class start dates see our Calendar.

    • Ergonomics
    • Products, Tools, and Equipment, Use and Safety
    • Chemistry
    • Anatomy
    • Bacteriology / Biology
    • Electricity
    • Trichology
    • Skin Physiology
    • Nail Physiology
    • Shampooing
    • Hair Styling
    • Hair Cutting
    • Perm Wrapping
    • Color Application
    • Chemical Relaxer Application
    • Wigs and Hair pieces
    • Scalp and Hair Treatments
    • Skin care treatments
    • Application of Cosmetics
    • Hair Removal
    • Manicures
    • Pedicures
    • Professional Ethics
    • Effective Communication and Human Relations
    • Business Planning
    • Licensing or certification requirements and regulation
    • Business Management

U.S. Department of Labor’s Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Code:  39-5012.00

Clock Hours Required:1500
Tuition Costs: Full-time / Part-time$14,100
Books and Kit Costs: Non-Refundable Once Issued$2,000
Registration Fee: Non-Refundable$175
Total Program Cost: Full-time / Part-time$16,275

Cosmetology Student Kits