Diploma in Cosmetology
Semester hours required for graduation: 60
Advisors: Danielle Brown
Upon receipt of the diploma in cosmetology, an application will be submitted to the state board of cosmetic art examiners. Students must successfully pass the exam to become licensed cosmetologists. Persons applying for admission to the cosmetology program must have proof of 10th grade completion (diploma or GED certificate/scores). Possible occupations include hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists; makeup artists, theatrical and performance; manicurists and pedicurists; skincare specialists.
A. General Education: 9 Credit Hours
AOT 134 Office Communication (3)
B. Major Courses: 51 Credit Hours
COS 108 Nail Care (3)
COS 120 Mannequin Practice (3)
COS 206 Chemical Hair Waving (3)
COS 208 Chemical Hair Relaxing (3)
Recommended Course Sequence
Fall Semester I
Spring Semester I
CPT 102 or BUS 140
Fall Semester II
Spring Semester II
Tuition and book costs reflect the projected cost of the complete program.
Graduation times may vary according to course availability and/or individual course load. Consult faculty advisor.
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