COS 123 Cosmetology Salon Practices, 3 hours (0-9-0) This course is designed to allow students to practice all phases of cosmetology in a salon setting. Emphasis is placed on professionalism, receptionist duties, hair styling, hair shaping, chemical, and nail and skin services for clients. Upon completion, the student should be able to demonstrate professionalism and the procedures of cosmetology in a salon setting. (3-0-0) This course provides the study and practice of personal development and career building. Emphasis is placed on building and retaining clientele, communication skills, customer service, continuing education, and goal setting. Upon completion, the student should be able to communicate effectively and practice methods for building and retaining clientele. COS 125 Career and Personal Development, 3 hours COS 134 Advanced Esthetics, 3 hours (1-4-0) This course includes an advanced study of anatomy and physiology relating to skin care, cos- metic chemistry, histology of the skin, and massage and facial treatments. Upon completion, the student should be able to discuss the functions of the skin, effects of chemicals on skin, different types of massage and benefits, and key elements of the basic facial treatment. (0-9-0) This course provides advanced practical applications relating to skin care. Principal topics include massage techniques, various facial treatment, proper product application through skin analysis, and introduction to ingredients and treatments used by the esthetician. Upon completion, the student should be able to perform various massage techniques, prescribe proper type of facial treatment and product, and demonstrate facials using any of the eight functions of the facial machine. COS 135 Advanced Esthetics Applications, 3 hours COS 141 Applied Chemistry for Cosmetology, 3 hours (3-0-0) This course focuses on chemistry relevant to professional hair and skin care products, hair and its related structures, permanent waving, chemical hair relaxing, and hair coloring. Topics include knowledge of basic chemistry, pH scale measurements, water, shampooing and cosmetic chemistry, physical and chemical changes in hair structure. Upon completion, the student should be able to define chemistry, types of matter, and describe chemical and cosmetic reactions as related to the hair and skin structure. (0-3-0) This course provides practical applications of the knowledge and skin learned in reference to chemical reactions, as well as the chemical applications to the hair and skin. Emphasis is placed on knowledge basic chemistry, ph scale, cosmetic chemistry, and physical and chemical changes in the hair and skin structure. Upon completion, the student should be able to determine the proper chemical product for each prescribed service. COS 142 Applied Chemistry for Cosmetology Lab, 3 hours COS 143 Hair Designs, 3 hours (1-2-0) This course focuses on the theory and practice of hair designing. Topics include creating styles using basic and advanced techniques of back combing, up sweeps and braiding. Upon completion, the student should be able to demonstrate the techniques and procedures for hair designing.
2022-23 College Catalog and Student Handbook
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