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Cosmetology Programs

Sunday, October 25, 2020

Cosmetology Students

Cosmetology Technical Certificate

The Cosmetology Technical Certificate Program is designed to be completed in three semesters with entry points at the beginning of any fall, spring or summer term. Summer sessions are not required. Students must enroll for all courses each semester.

This program is designed to provide cosmetology education to meet the requirements of government agencies and the skills standards set forth for entry-level cosmetologists. This course of study offers instruction in theory and lab basic services and theories and principles of cosmetology arts and sciences. Students may sit for the Arkansas Cosmetology exam for licensure after completing 1500 clock hours of study.

Cosmetology Instructor Certificate

The Cosmetology Instructor Program is designed to be completed in the fall and spring. Classes in this program are offered at the Little Rock-South site. A total of 600 clock hours must be earned to sit for the Arkansas Cosmetology Instructor license exam. Students may enter the cosmetology instructor program at the beginning of any fall, spring or summer term.

This two-semester program allows licensed cosmetologists the opportunity to achieve the competencies needed to meet the Arkansas Department of Health requirements for Cosmetology Instructor. This course of study offers instruction in class preparation, conducting theory and practical classes and keeping student records.

Hair Care Certificate of Proficiency

This Certificate of Proficiency Program is designed to provide cosmetology students certificates of achievement alongthe path to licensure. This course of study instructs students in basic theory and lab services and in the theories and principles of Cosmetology arts and sciences.

Nail Technology Certificate

The Nail Technology Program is designed to be completed in the fall and spring. Classes in this program are offered at the Little Rock-South site. A total of 600 clock hours must be earned to sit for the Arkansas Nail Technology license exam. Students may enter the Nail Technology Program at the beginning of any fall or spring semesters. Students must enroll for all courses each semester.

This two-semester program is designed to provide nail technology education to meet the requirements of government agencies and the skills standards set forth for entry-level nail technologist. This course of study offers instruction in theory and lab basics services, as well as preparation for the state exam for licensure.

For additional information, contact the Director of Cosmetology Scottie Burchett at [email protected] or call (501) 602-2420 ext 3201.