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COURSES OFFERED

 

Cosmetology 1
Introduction to Cosmetology Procedures
 
Cosmetology 2A
Advanced Cosmetology Procedures
This course covers the study of basic princples and 
practical operations of cosmetology equipment, 
procedures and techniques. It is designed as an intensive,
multi-disiplinary lab in the most common cosmetology 
processes. Lectures center on the fundamental theories
of the practice of cosmetology and their application.
Laboratory work is designed to provide the basic
cosmetology student with an intensive forum for
development of basic cosmetology skills, techniques,
safety practices, and sanitation procedures.
 
 
The intermediate principles and practical operations of
cosmetology equipment, procedures and techniques will
be studied. The course is designed as an intensive, multidisciplinary
workshop in the most common cosmetology
processes. Lectures focus on intermediate theories of
the practice of cosmetology and application. The lab
supports cosmetology students with skills, techniques,
safety practices, and sanitation procedures according to
the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology.
Students will be introduced to performing intermediate
cosmetology procedures on clients in a salon setting.
 
 
 
 
Cosmetology 2B
 
 Cosmetology 2C
 
The advanced principles and practical operations of
cosmetology equipment, procedures and techniques will
be studied. The course is designed as an intensive, multidisciplinary
workshop in the most common cosmetology
processes. Lectures focus on advanced theories of the
practice of cosmetology and application. The lab is
designed to support cosmetology students with skills,
techniques, safety practices, and sanitation procedures
according to the California State Board of Barbering
and Cosmetology. Students will perform advanced
cosmetology procedures on clients in a salon setting.
 
 
This advanced course is designed to prepare students for
the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology
written and practical exams. Lectures focus on advanced
cosmetology theories. Students practice for the state
examination by taking mock written and practical
exams. Emphasis is placed on mastery of the necessary
cosmetology concepts, principles and skills on clients in a
salon setting to pass the California State Licensing exam
for Cosmetology.
 
 
 
 
Cosmetology 3
Advanced Cosmetology Applications
 
Cosmetology 4
Cosmetology Practicum
The course explores the study of advanced principles
and practical operations of cosmetology equipment,
procedures and techniques. It is designe as an intensive,
multi-disiplinary class which focues on the most
common cosmetology processes. Lectures center on

the advanced theories of the practice of cosmetology
and application. Laboratory work is designed to support 
the advanced cosmetology student with an intensive
forum for development of advanced cosmetology skills,
techniques, safety practices and sanitation procedures.
 
This course is designed for student who is in need of
receiving hours toward their State Board of Cosmetology
requirement. The focus of this class is on the advanced 
principles and practical operations of cosmetology 
equipment, procedures and techniques.
 
 
 
Cosmetology 10
Introduction to Cosmetology I
 
Cosmetology 11
Introduction to Cosmetology II
This course is the first of two-course introductory
series covering the principles and practical operations of 
cosmetology techniques, procedures, and equipment 
for wet and thermal styling, permanent waving, chemical
straightening, hair coloring, and scalp treatments. 

 
This is the second of two-course introductory series
covering the principles and practical operations of
cosmetology techniques, procedures, and equipement
for wet and thermal styling, permanent waving, chemical
straightening, hair coloring, scalp treatments, facials, and
manicuring and pedicuring.
 
 
 
Cosmetology 16
Cosmetology Applications
 
Cosmetology 9
Cooperative Work Experience Education
This course covers the study of intermediate principles,
procedures, techniques, and practical operations of
cosmetology equipment. It is designed as an intensive,
multidisciplinary workshop in the most common
cosmetology process. Lectures center on the theories
of the practice of cosmetology and their application.
Laboratory work is designed to provide the student with a
forum for development of intermediate cosmetology skills,
techniques, safety practices and sanitation procedures.

 
Through a set of learning objectives established by the
student, supervisor, and instructor, each student will work
with and learn from experts in the Cosmetology field.
These experiences will enable students to improve job
skills, analyze career opportunities and requirements,
and compare them to personal abilities and career expectations.
 
 
 
Cosmetology 99
Independent Study Cosmetology
 
 
This course provides special advances studies in a
subject field of Cosmetology not covered in the regular
department offerings. Regular conferences with the
instructor are coordinated with assigned Cosmetology 
projects (54 hours per unit).
 


 

 

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Last Published 1/19/17