The Cosmetology Course includes the fundamentals of hair, facials, and nails. The course includes instruction in all safety and sanitary measures related to patron protection, job training, ethics and self assurance. Cosmetology requirements for graduation are completion of 1600 hours and the minimum requirements of Theory and Operations.
- To instruct students in the fundamentals of Cosmetology for effective advancement in the field of hair, facials, and nails.
- To instruct student in all safety and sanitary measures for patron protection.
- To help instill in students attitudes and good habits related to:
- Basic procedures
- Self assurance
Tuition and Textbook Information
Tuition and fees are charged to a student who completes the program within the normal time.
Tuition $15,000.00 Book & Kit $2,000.00 Registration $75.00 STRF $42.50 Total $17,117.50
*Textbooks: Below is the textbooks Lancaster Beauty School uses in the Cosmetology Course.
As the cost of the kit includes the books, the prices indicated are for replacements only.
- Milady Standard Cosmetology – 2012 – ISBN: 9781439059302-6/$104.95
- Milady Standard Theory Workbook – 2012 – ISBN: 9781439059234/$44.95
- Milady Standard Practical Workbook – 2012 – ISBN: 9781439059227/$44.95
- Milady Exam Review Book – 2012 – ISBN: 1-4390-59217/$33.90
- Milady Coursemate Access Code- 2012 – ISBN: 9781133281566 – $149.95
In compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), postsecondary customers can find valuable information about pricing, previous editions and alternate formats by visiting www.cengage.com/highered and searching by ISBN#, author, title or keyword for material in your areas of interest.
Loan, graduation, and Gainful Employment information: 7/1/2013 – 6/30/2014
- Cosmetology – CIP Code 12.0401
- Median Title IV Loan Debt – $9625.00
- Median Non-Title IV Loan Debt – $0.00
- Median Institutional Loan Debt – $0.00
- Program Graduation on Time Rate – 43%
- SOC Code – 39-5012.00 For information regarding cosmetologist occupations visit The Department of Labor’s O*NET at http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-5012.00
- Placement rate for 2013 based on NACCAS standards – 42.86%
The curriculum for students enrolled in the Course of Cosmetology is as follows:
Lectures were given on all cosmetology practices; including personal hygiene and good grooming; salesmanship, courtesy, neatness, and attitude in meeting the public; and antiseptics.
Hand on the practice of clinical operations.
- Bacteriology, anatomy, and physiology
- Disinfection & Sanitation
- Health & Safety/Hazardous Substances
- Cosmetology Act & Regulations
- Wet hairstyling
- Thermal Hairstyling
- Press and curl
- Permanent waving
- Chemical straightening
- Hair cutting
- Hair coloring and Bleaching
- Scalp and hair treatments
- Facials – manuals
- Facials – electrical
- Facials – chemicals
- Eyebrow arching & hair removal
- Water and oil manicure
- Pedi curing
- Artificial Nails, Liquid, powders & brush on artificial nail tips nail wraps, and repairs
- Job Search
- Additional training
All training hours will be fulfilled by completing the services in the curriculum.
When you complete your training and become a licensed Cosmetologist or Barber, there are many levels of occupations you may enter. ALL AREAS NEED CONTINUING EDUCATION. SOC Code 39-5012-00 visit www.onetonline.com for more information regarding job opportunities.
Examples of Licensed Cosmetologists:
1. General cosmetology knowledge covering all areas of the “Art of Hairstyling.” There are both chemical and non-chemical.
a. Chemical – Permanent Waving, Chemical
Straightening, Hair Coloring, etc.
b. Non-Chemical – Hairstyling, Haircutting, Make-up
Artist, Facial expert.
2. All levels of Management.
3. Education Positions
4. Merchandising Field – Sales, Buyer, Seller, etc.
5. Scientific Field – Demonstrator, Research, etc.
6. Writing Field – Promotional Writer, Beauty Editor, etc.