Cosmetology

Cosmetologist

Cosmetologists provide hair care services to enhance the personal appearance of clients. Classroom theory and hands-on application in the model salon/lab focuses on a broad range of services including:

  • Shampooing
  • Cutting
  • Coloring
  • Perming
  • Relaxing
  • Styling of Hair
  • Acrylic & Gel Nails
  • Manicures
  • Pedicures
  • Scalp & Facial Treatments
  • Makeup Analysis

In addition, emphasis is given to the principles of customer relations and salon management to provide the foundation needed to become an independent stylist and business owner. Once you successfully complete the curriculum and required 1,500 clock hours of instruction you qualify to take the Oklahoma Board of Cosmetology Basic Operator’s exam to become a licensed cosmetologist.

Areas of Study:

  • Introduction to Cosmetology
  • Shampoo/Conditioning/Rinses
  • Hairstyling
  • Haircutting
  • Basic Manicure/Pedicure
  • Hair Texture Chemical Restructuring
  • Hair Coloring
  • Basic Facials
  • Lash & Brow Tinting & Arching
  • Scalp Treatments
  • Customer Service/Shop Management

Cosmetology Public

This program is designed for a high school student entering training as a junior.

You will complete 1,000 clock hours of theory and hands-on instruction focused in the same specified areas as in the Cosmetologist program, with the remaining 500 clock hours being granted upon successfully obtaining the high school diploma.

Once you successfully complete the curriculum and required clock hours you qualify to take the Oklahoma Board of Cosmetology Basic Operator’s exam to become a licensed cosmetologist.

Areas of Study:

  • Introduction to Cosmetology – Public
  • Shampoo/Conditioning/Rinses – Public
  • Hairstyling – Public
  • Haircutting – Public
  • Basic Manicure/Pedicure – Public
  • Hair Texture Chemical Restructuring Public
  • Hair Coloring – Public
  • Basic Facials – Public
  • Lash & Brow Tinting & Arching – Public
  • Scalp Treatments – Public
  • Customer Service/Shop Management – Public

Master Instructor

The Master Instructor curriculum provides an Oklahoma licensed cosmetologist who has worked less than two of the previous five (5) years in the field of cosmetology an opportunity to acquire skills required to become a cosmetology instructor.

Cosmetology instructors are sought by both private and public institutions. Curriculum and hands-on instruction focus on instructional methods, learning philosophies and professional development.

Once you successfully complete the curriculum and required 1,000 clock hours you qualify to take the Oklahoma Board of Cosmetology Instructor exam.

Areas of Study:

  • Orientation & Review of Cosmetology Curriculum
  • Introduction to Teaching
  • Course Outline & Development
  • Law, Beauty School Management & Record Keeping
  • Teaching & Assisting in the Classroom & Clinic
  • Practice Teaching in the Classroom & Clinic

Practicing Master Instructor

Licensed cosmetologists with two or more years of experience and has been engaged in the practice of cosmetology in the field of cosmetology within the past five years have an opportunity to acquire skills required to become a cosmetology instructor.

Cosmetology instructors are sought by both private and public institutions. Curriculum and hands-on instruction focus on instructional methods, learning philosophies and professional development.

Once you successfully complete the curriculum and required 500 clock hours you qualify to take the Oklahoma Board of Cosmetology Instructor exam.

Areas of Study:

  • Orientation & Review of Cosmetology Curriculum-Practicing
  • Introduction to Teaching-Practicing
  • Course Outline & Development- Practicing
  • Law, Beauty School Management & Record Keeping-Practicing
  • Teaching & Assisting in the Classroom & Clinic-Practicing
  • Practice Teaching in the Classroom & Clinic-Practicing