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The Cosmetology Curriculum requires a total of 2100 hours of extensive hands-on training, mainly in the Junior-Senior portion of your studies. Upon completion  of the course you will be prepared to take the state board examination to become licensed as a cosmetologist.  Training normally requires 13 months to complete without any  significant absences.

Freshman Course of Study

The  Freshman Course of study consists of 300 hours of training. This course is a combination of classroom lectures and classroom practice of basic skills. Skill development is stressed prior to assignment to the clinic floor as Juniors and Seniors. The following subject areas are covered:

Haircutting
Shampooing
Wave and Curl Formations
Scalp Treatments
Chemical Texture Services
Facials
Braiding

Nebraska Cosmetology Law

Hairstyling

Professional Image

Manicuring and Pedicuring

Hair Coloring

Facial Makeup

Safety and Sanitation

Junior-Senior Course of  Study

The Junior-Senior Course of study consists of 1800 hours of training. The course begins following successful completion of the Freshman course. The course of study continues with classroom lectures and classroom practice of skills.  The student will also  begin applying their learned skills on clients,  this is actual "hands-on"  training on real clients. Areas of study will include those subjects from the Freshman Course as well as these additional subjects:

Chemistry
Nail Technology
Hair Design
Salon Business
Massage
Hair Removal

 

Infection Control
Professional Image
Electricity and Light Therapy
Anatomy and Physiology
Wigs and Hair Enhancement

Histology of the Skin