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COS 1101
HYGIENE AND SANITATION I

This course provides you with the necessary information to master the National Industry skill Standard for entry level Cosmetologist. Students will conduct services in a safe environment and take measures to prevent the spread of infectious and contagious disease. Students will safely use a variety of salon products while providing client safety.


COS 1107
HAIRDRESSING I WITH LAB

A basic study of the properties of the hair and scalp. Basic hair care, shampooing, rinsing, conditioning, braiding, the care and styling of wigs and hair enhancements, wet styling, thermal straightening (hair pressing), and the principles of hair design with labs.


COS 1121
RELATED SCIENCE I

A study of cell growth, metabolism, tissues, organs, skeletal and muscular systems, basics of electricity, and basics of chemistry.


COS 1131
MANICURING I

A study of skin and nails, which includes manicuring, pedicuring, and massage.


COS 1141
COSMETIC THERAPY I

A study of histology of the skin, hair removal, skin care facial, electrotherapy and light therapy, facial makeup, and eyebrow arching.


COS 1151
SALESMANSHIP, SHOP MANAGEMENT, AND SHOP DEPORTMENT I

A study of the principles of selling and practice of applying knowledge to give the client full service through management and shop deportment.


COS 1201
HYGIENE AND SANITATION II

Prerequisite: COS 1101. A continuation of COS 1101, This course provides you with the necessary information to master this National Industry skill Standard for entry level Cosmetologist. Students will conduct services in a safe environment and taking measures to prevent the spread of infectious and contagious disease. Students will safely use a variety of salon products while providing client safety.


COS 1207
HAIRDRESSING II WITH LAB

Pre-requisite: COS 1110.
A continuation of COS 1110, this course is a basic study of the properties of the hair and scalp. Basic hair care, shampooing, rinsing, conditioning, braiding, the care and styling of wigs and hair enhancements, wet styling, thermal straightening (hair pressing), and the principles of hair design with labs.


COS 1221
RELATED SCIENCE II

Pre-requisite: COS 1121. A continuation of COS 1121, a study of cell growth, metabolism, tissues, organs, skeletal and muscular systems, basics of electricity, and basics of chemistry.


COS 1231
MANICURING II

Pre-requisite: COS 1131. A continuation of COS 1131, a study of skin and nails, which includes manicuring, pedicuring, and massage.


COS 1241
COSMETIC THERAPY II

Pre-requisite: COS 1141. A continuation of COS 1141, a study of histology of the skin, hair removal, skin care facial, electrotherapy and light therapy, facial makeup, and eyebrow arching.


COS 1251
SALESMANSHIP, SHOP MANAGEMENT, AND SHOP DEPORTMENT II

Pre-requisite: COS 1151. A continuation of COS 1151, a study of the principles of selling and practice of applying knowledge to give the client full service through management and shop deportment.


COS 2301
HYGIENE AND SANITATION III

Prerequisites: COS 1101 and COS 1201. A continuation of COS 1201, This course provides you with the necessary information to master this National Industry skill Standard for entry level Cosmetologist. Students will conduct services in a safe environment and taking measures to prevent the spread of infectious and contagious disease. Students will safely use a variety of salon products while providing client safety.


COS 2307
HAIRDRESSING III WITH LAB

Pre-requisites: COS 1110 and COS 1210.
A continuation of COS 1210, this course is a basic study of the properties of the hair and scalp. Basic hair care, shampooing, rinsing, conditioning, braiding, the care and styling of wigs and hair enhancements, wet styling, thermal straightening (hair pressing), and the principles of hair design with labs.


COS 2321
RELATED SCIENCE III

Pre-requisites: COS 1121 and COS 1221. A continuation of COS 1221, a study of cell growth, metabolism, tissues, organs, skeletal and muscular systems, basics of electricity, and basics of chemistry.


COS 2331
MANICURING III

Pre-requisites: COS 1131 and COS 1231. A continuation of COS 1231, a study of skin and nails, which includes manicuring, pedicuring, and massage.


COS 2341
COSMETIC THERAPY III

Pre-requisites: COS 1141 and COS 1241. A continuation of COS 1241, a study of histology of the skin, hair removal, skin care facial, electrotherapy and light therapy, facial makeup, and eyebrow arching.


COS 2351
SALESMANSHIP, SHOP MANAGEMENT, AND SHOP DEPORTMENT III

Pre-requisites: COS 1151 and COS 1251. A continuation of COS 1251, a study of the principles of selling and practice of applying knowledge to give the client full service through management and shop deportment.


COS 2404
THEORY AND PRACTICAL APPLICATION

A course covering all faces of Cosmetology. Theory and practical applications are stressed.


COS 2991, 2992, 2993, 2994, 2995, 2996
SPECIAL TOPICS FOR COS

This course is designed to introduce students to specific areas in Cosmetology. Course content and credit are designed to meet the needs of the student. The topic will vary from offering to offering; thus, the course may be taken more than once for a total of 6 hours. This course requires 15 clock hours per one semester credit hour.


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