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New Student Orientation will be held January 10, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. in BUS 143.
COSM 10, Introduction to Cosmetology and Related Science (2,2) 2 units
• Prerequisite: None.
This is the first class required for all entering students who wish to be licensed for Cosmetology, Manicuring, or Esthetics by the state of California.
This course provides essential Cosmetology related theory carefully formulated to prepare a student to pass the written State Board Examination. Students are instructed in personal relations with employer, employees, co-workers, and clients. Basic concepts of bacteriology, sanitation, health and safety, physiology pertaining to head, face, hands and arms, and the State Board of Cosmetology State Regulations are included.
1228 8:00a-12:20p T BUS 143 Staff
8:00a-12:20p Th BUS 143 Staff
COSM 18, Skin Care 1 (.5,.5) 0.5 unit
• Prerequisite: None.
This is the first skin care class required for all entering students who wish to be licensed for Cosmetology or Esthetics by the state of California.
Student will learn the proper methods to execute a manual facial, facial massage, tweezing, skin analysis, client consultation, and use of skin care products.
1229 8:00a-12:20p Wed BUS 143 Perret D M
12:45p-2:35p Wed BUS 143 Perret D M
COSM 29, Salon (1,1,1,1) 1 unit
• Prerequisite: Completion of all beginning classes.
Students must have completed at least 300 classroom hours for Cosmetology students; 60 classroom hours for Skin Care students or 40 classroom hours for Nail Care students. Students enrolled in this section may attend salon for a maximum of 6 hours per week. This course provides the opportunity for the student to have practical experience working on patrons. The practical work is as close to actual beauty salon experience as possible.
The salon will only be available on Wed afternoons and Thursdays during winter session.
1231 8:00a-3:30p Th BUS 143 Staff
12:30p-2:30p W BUS 143 Staff
Arrange-Time BUS 143 Staff
COSM 75A, Instructional Techniques in Salon 1 (1,1,1,1) 1 unit
• Prerequisite: Cosmetology 50B.
This course is designed to prepare the licensed cosmetologist for a teaching career in the public and private sectors of cosmetology. This course emphasizes practical experience on the salon floor and supervising students under the direction of an instructor.
It is recommended that the student have a Cosmetology License issued from the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology and one year experience working in a salon as a professional cosmetologist.
1274 Arrange-9 Hours WTh BUS 143 Rogers Jr J