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The Cosmetology Program offers a variety of choices for people seeking entry-level jobs as well as currently employed individuals who wish to enhance their skills.
Knowledge of the theories of hair, skin, and nail care is coupled with practice of the various techniques used in salons.
Clinical work experience is performed on the public and students in an actual beauty salon atmosphere. Graduates also serve a six-month apprenticeship before taking the state board exam.
Average Base Pay: $22,432* (low $17,000 – high $40,000)
*Based on research conducted by the Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics (KCEWS) in 2016 for the state of Kentucky.
Degree: Associate in Applied Science – General Occupation / Technical Studies
- Apprentice Cosmetology Instructor
- Nail Technician
First Year Course Schedule
|COS 108 - Cosmetology I – Theory||5|
|COS 109 - Cosmetology I – Application||7|
|COS 118 - Cosmetology II – Theory||5|
|COS 119 - Cosmetology II – Application||7|
Second Year Course Schedule
|COS 228 - Cosmetology III – Theory||5|
|COS 229 - Cosmetology III – Application||7|
|COS 238 - Cosmetology IV – Theory||5|
|COS 239 - Cosmetology IV – Application||7|
|Total Hours for Diploma||54-57|
Completion of Diploma
|Area 1: Written Communication, Oral Communication OR Heritage/Humanities||3|
|Area 2: Social/Behavioral Sciences OR Quantitative Reasoning||3|
|Documentation of Digital Literacy as defined by KCTCS is required prior to graduation||0-3|
Curriculum in the KCTCS system is constantly being reviewed and updated to ensure quality and relevance. This check sheet should be used only as a guide for meeting the course requirements for each credential. See your advisor to confirm course requirements.
Revised Summer 2018