3280 | Cosmetology – OC
Earning an Occupational Certificate (OC) in Cosmetology prepares you for entry-level employment in a hair styling salon. You will use a modern, well-equipped, school-operated salon. During the first 200 hours of the program, you will perform laboratory services on one another and mannequins. After completion of 200 hours, you will perform laboratory services on local patrons and other students. Course content includes, but is not limited to, hair design, chemical reformation, precision cutting, manicuring, nail extensions, pedicuring, facials, makeup application, and theory and practical study of trichoanalysis and chromatology. Upon completion of the certificate program, you will be eligible to apply for the Florida State Board of Cosmetology examination.
Length: 1200 contact hours/ 40 occupational credits
|COS 0080||Cosmetology Concepts I||120|
|COS 0080L||Salon I||360|
|COS 0081||Cosmetology Concepts II||120|
|COS 0081L||Salon II||360|
|COS 0082||Cosmetology Concepts III||90|
|COS 0082L||Salon III||150|
Cosmetology concepts II, Salon II, and Cosmetology III may have prerequisites. Check the course descriptions in the College Catalog.
NOTE: Students are required to attend the full 1200 hours of instruction provided by the program in order to sit for the state licensing examination.
Gainful Employment Disclosure
- Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists (SOC: 39-5012)