Cosmetology 1200 clock hours
The primary objective of the Cosmetology curriculum is to prepare students for the State licensing examination to become licensed Cosmetologists. Students completing the Cosmetology program will receive a Diploma and upon passing the State Board Examination be able to work in beauty salons, resort hotels, or have the opportunity to own their own salon.
Barbering* 1200 clock hours
The Barber program will aid the students obtain the knowledge and expertise necessary to work in a high-end traditional or modern barbershop salon. This comprehensive program will provide the students with the proper training in a variety of areas such as, clipper and sheer cutting, coloring, hair texturing, hair styling, shaving, and modern fades.
Makeup & Skin Care** 600 clock hours
This program prepares students for entry-level employment in the Make Up, Skin Care, Cosmetic, Bridal, Salon, Spa, and Fashion Industries. Students acquire the skills required to work in a professional studio or on location with photographers, models, and designers, as well as in a Salon & Spa setting.
Nail Technician 240 clock hours
The objective of this program is to provide complete training in the field of Nail Technology and prepare for final testing. Upon successful testing and completion of their program, students will receive a Diploma and be registered for licensure.
Full Specialist 600 clock hours
The primary objective of this program is to provide comprehensive training in the field of Skin Care and Nail Technology. Upon successful testing and completion of their program, students will receive a Diploma and be registered for licensure.
Electrolysis** 320 clock hours
The primary objective of this program is to provide comprehensive training in permanent hair removal using professional equipment, thereby giving the student confidence and knowledge. Upon completion, the student will receive a diploma and be eligible to apply to the Electrolysis Council for licensing examination.
Paramedical Esthetician** 650 clock hours
The paramedical esthetician program includes comprehensive training in Permanent hair removal, Skin Care and Electrolysis. Upon completion of the program students will gain the confidence and knowledge required to be successful in the paramedical esthetician field.
Massage Therapist* 605 clock hours
The primary objective of the Massage Therapist program is to prepare the student for the Massage Therapist
National Board Examination. Upon successful testing and completion of their program, students will receive a Diploma and be qualified to sit for the State Licensure Examination.
Skin Care 300 clock hours
The objective of this program is to provide complete training in the field of skin care. To gain information to give a facial massage treatment using oils, creams, lotions, or other preparations to properly protect the client from significant damage and to describe chemicals, implements and techniques used in hair removal.
*Prices are subject to change without notice due to exchange rates.