Cosmetology

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  • Cosmetology I 
     
    89803600 COSMETOLOGY I, 3 credits + 1 Local
    Grade: 11
    Required: State ID Required
    Kit $500 - $250 due last day of current school year
    $250 due first day of next school year
    Uniform
    Materials fee will be assessed
    Cosmetology is a program geared towards students who are interested in obtaining a state license to practice as a cosmetologist in the state of Texas. The curriculum is focused on the study of anatomy, electricity and chemistry, safety and infection control in relation to hair, nails, and skin and salon duties. This course is the first year of a two-year program that provides students with the skills and knowledge to pass the Texas Department Licensing and Regulations state board exam. Through sequential learning steps, the course provides specific tasks necessary for state board preparation and entry-level job skills. Students must be able to work independently and cooperatively in a clinical lab setting with an emphasis on personal safety, professionalism and proper sanitation procedures. All students must clock 132 hours each quarter. Offered at both Career Centers
     
    Cosmetology II
     
    89803300 COSMETOLOGY II, 3 credits + 1 Local
    Grade: 12
    Prerequisite: State ID Required
    Cosmetology I (525 hours completed)
    License and Material fees of $250 due by 1st day of school
    This course is the second year of a two-year program that encompasses theories and principles of cosmetology with a general understanding of how salon services are performed. Students will perform advanced haircutting, styling, chemical textures, hair coloring, skin and nail services. Students will gain an understanding of owning and operating a salon, professional ethics with an emphasis on proper attitude for salon employment, and establishing good public relations with patrons, co-workers, employers, and society. Upon completion students will have learned the skills and knowledge to pass the required Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations state board exam. All students must clock 132 hours each quarter. Offered at both Career Centers.
     
     
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