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Cosmetology Program Description

 

 

13 Months AM or 15 Months PM

1500 Clock Hours which includes 300 Theory Clock Hours and 1200 Practical Clock Hours / 1500 Total Hours

 

The Professional Cosmetologist will be trained with entry-level skills relating to hair, nails and skin with an emphasis on hygiene, sanitation, customer relations and salon management. The program provides the Cosmetologist with theory and skills-training in basic haircutting, hairstyling, and hair coloring. In addition to training on related hair services, nail and skin care will be introduced and implemented. After study of the nails you will be able to leave with the confidence in manicuring, pedicuring, and artificial nails. The graduate will be able to perform the basic facial, including but not limited to masks, machine and manual care. He or she will possess a working knowledge of sanitation and disinfection and Mississippi Laws governing our professionalism. Upon meeting graduation requirements of the Cosmetology program, the student is entitled to a Cosmetology diploma.

 

Additional information:  2 T-shirts, 2 scrub tops, and 4 scrub bottoms will be supplied to the student. The kit for the student includes student carrier bag, apron, shampoo cape, denman pin brush, ceramic medium and large round brush, ceramic boar tunnel brush, vent brush, paddle brush, cushion brush, teaser comb, cutting combs, tail combs, mirror, manicure kit, spray bottle, timer, control clips (single & doubles), small and large cushion brush, color brush, color bowl, applicator bottle, shaper blade, butterfly clips, 1600 watt blow dryer, 1” flat iron, ½” Marcel iron, clippers, trimmers, Fromm shear, Fromm texture shear, and mannequin shear. Students are not allowed to use or provide their own gear or tools.

  

The Cosmetology Program is available at the following campuses:

  • Horn Lake, MS Campus
  • Ridgeland, MS Campus

 

Students receive comprehensive training in:

  • Hair Care
  • Nail Care
  • Skin Care
  • Hair Styling
  • Salon Management
  • Laws & Regulation

 

 Course Subject Descriptions Are As Follows:

 


 

COV 100 Cosmetology Orientation

7 Clock Hours-Theory

This course will cover the importance of a healthy body and mind, effective communication skills, and the psychology of human relations as well as communicating for success in the cosmetology industry. Chapter 1 in the Salon Fundamentals textbook

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SCI 100 Cosmetology Sciences       

10 Clock Hours-Theory

This course consists of the study of Microbiology, sterilization, and sanitation. Chapter 2 in the Salon Fundamentals Pivot Point textbook

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SCI 110 Cosmetology Sciences I

60 Clock Hours-Practical

This course consists of the practical application of sanitation and safety precautions for cosmetologist. Chapter 2 in the Salon Fundamentals Pivot Point textbook

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COV 200 Hair Care

168 Clock Hours-Theory

This course consists of the study of properties of the hair and scalp; principles of hair design; shampooing, rinsing, and conditioning: haircutting; hairstyling. Chapters 7-13 in the Salon Fundamentals Pivot Point textbook.

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COV 210 Hair Care I

870 Clock Hours-Practical

This course consists of basic nail care services including nail structure and growth, manicuring and pedicuring, and advanced nail techniques. Chapter 14 in the Salon Fundamentals Pivot Point textbook.

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COV 300 Nail Care

23 Clock Hours-Theory

This course consists of basic nail care services including nail structure and growth, manicuring and pedicuring, and advanced nail techniques. Chapter 14 in the Salon Fundamentals Pivot Point textbook.

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COV 310 Nail Care

115 Clock Hours-Practical

This course consists of the practical application of all the basic nail care services including nail structure and growth, manicuring and pedicuring, and artificial nails. Chapter 14 in the Salon Fundamentals Pivot Point textbook.

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COV 400 Skin Care

21 Clock Hours-Theory

This course consists of the introduction to basic skin care services including anatomy of skin, disorders of skin, hair removal, facials, and facial makeup. Chapter 15 in the Salon Fundamentals Pivot Point textbook.

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COV 410 Skin Care

50 Clock Hours-Practical

This course consists of the introduction of the practical application of basic skin care services including skin analysis, hair removal, facials, and facial makeup. Chapter 15 in the Salon Fundamentals Pivot Point textbook.

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STY 110 Croquignole Curling

105 Clock Hours-Practical

This course consists of the application of curling hair using electrical and Marcel irons to form croquignole curls.

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LAW 100 MS Rules & Regulations

13 Clock Hours-Theory

This course consists of the study the Mississippi State Board of Cosmetology laws, rules and regulations book; which governs the cosmetology industry.

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SCI 200 Cosmetology Sciences II

17 Clock Hours-Theory

This course consists of the study of anatomy and physiology.  Chapter 3 in the Salon Fundamentals Pivot Point textbook.

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SCI 300 Cosmetology Sciences III

29 Clock Hours-Theory

 This course consists of the study of chemistry, and electricity.  Chapter 4and 5 in the Salon Fundamentals Pivot Point textbook.

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COV 500 Salon Management

12 Clock Hours-Theory

           This course consists of floor plans, resumes, budget, career goals, sales tactics, and salon management in general. 

           Chapter 6 in the Salon Fundamentals Pivot Point textbook.

 

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