2008 PR 137 Cosmetology by dSuS0V3Y

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									                       Southeastern Illinois College – District #533-01
SUMMARY REPORT OF REVIEW RESULTS
  CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS REVIEWED IN ACADEMIC YEAR 2008

Program Identification Information:

 6-digit CIP               120403

 Degree Type                   20

 Program Title      COSMETOLOGY

Action:
    Continued with minor improvements
    Significantly modified
    Discontinued/Eliminated
    Placed on inactive status
    Scheduled for further review
    Other, please specify:


Improvements & Rationale for Action:



Principle Assessment Methods Used in Quality Assurance for this Program:
    Standardized assessments
    Certification and licensure examination results
    Writing samples
    Portfolio evaluation
    Course embedded questions
    Student surveys
    Analysis of enrollment, demographic and cost data
    Other, please specify:


Innovations & Best Practices (Selected Programs):



Statewide Program Issues (if applicable):
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                     REVIEW OF PROGRAM REVIEW COMPONENTS AND ASSESSMENT
                                CAREER AND TECHNICAL PROGRAMS

The Coordinator of Institutional Assessment will review the program review components; current and
recommended goals and activities for this CTE program; the assessment activities that have been
planned and conducted; and how the results of those activities have been used. A critique will be
provided with specific recommendations for improvement and implementation enumerated.

A REVIEW OF THE COMPONENTS OF THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN CONDUCTED. ALL AREAS OF THE
PROGRAM HAVE ADDRESSED.

A REVIEW OF THE ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES FOR THE PROGRAM HAS BEEN CONDUCTED.

THE REVIEW DOCUMENTS APPEAR TO BE AN ACCURATE REFLECTION OF THE PROGRAM.

NO ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS ARE EXTENDED AT THIS TIME.




   CONTINUE WITH PROGRAM REVIEW (Information provided is sufficient for the program review to
   be conducted)

    Information is not sufficient for the program review to be conducted. The program
supervisor/division chairperson has been notified and areas needing attention have been discussed. Items
requiring additional work will be returned to the person(s) completing those sections and their supervisor for
revision. Once the revisions are completed, the revised information will be re-evaluated.

COMMENTS:




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                 REVIEW AND VERIFICATION OF PROGRAM COMPONENTS


Program Instructor                                                           Date


Program Instructor                                                           Date


Program Instructor                                                           Date


Course Outline Sub-Committee - Baccalaureate Instructor                      Date


Course Outline Sub-Committee - Career and Technical Education Instructor     Date


Curriculum Committee Representative                                          Date


Dr. David Nudo, Counseling                                                   Date


Gary Jones, Library Resources                                                Date


Greg Hall, Coordinator of Institutional Assessment                           Date


Dr. Tim Walker, Vice-President for Administration and Business Affairs       Date


Division Chairperson/Program Supervisor                                      Date


Dan Holt, Interim Dean of Instruction                                        Date


Brian Surprenant, Dean of Academic Services                                  Date


Dr. Dana Keating, Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs                 Date

PLEASE NOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIGNATURE FORM IS AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW IN THE OFFICE OF THE
COORDINATOR OF INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT.


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                               PROGRAM REVIEW MINUTES

Date of Review:

Individuals Present:




Comments:



Action Recommended:         Continued with minor improvements
                            Significantly modified
                            Discontinued
                            Placed on inactive status
                            Scheduled for further review
                            Other, Please specify:




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                                              DIVISION CHAIRPERSON

The division chairperson will provide a brief description of the program; operational details; and insight
into the need, quality and cost. This information should not duplicate the information provided in the
following pages.



 The Cosmetology Program is a one year certificate program allowing multiple entry points to quickly prepare students for state
 board licensure and entry level positions in the workforce. The Cosmetology Program serves students and citizens of the
 district with educational and service opportunities. The program appeals to students often unsure of their educational goals. As
 a result of public support and local training demands, the program was brought back after being discontinued in FY02. Since
 being reintroduced the program has shown exemplary progress and operates at a unit cost below the state average.

 The Cosmetology Teacher program is a three-semester program to prepare currently licensed cosmetologists to become
 certified to be a cosmetology instructor. State regulations limit the number of students in this program at a time. The first
 student to begin the program started in FY08 so no results are included in this review.

 It is recommended that both programs be continued and expanded to support the existing need and cultivate future
 opportunities.




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                                        DIVISION CHAIRPERSON

IMPORTANT: While the primary purpose of program review is to ensure that programs are of high and/or
continuing quality, the process is also a critical means of being accountable to students and others.
Summaries of program reviews should provide strong evidence that recommendations for quality
improvements are linked directly to the findings of a rigorous program review process. Summaries of
program reviews should provide a continuous accountability loop by including information regarding the
outcome(s) of recommendations from the previous review of each program.

The division chairperson, with input from program faculty, will address the following questions based
upon knowledge of the program and information provided in this packet.

Information provided on the Southeastern Illinois College website that pertains to this CTE
program is accurate, complete, and up-to-date. This information includes master course outlines
with measurable student learning outcomes, curriculum guides, and course descriptions (title,
hours, prerequisites, IAI numbers, etc.)

   Yes         *No      *List what is incorrect or needs revision: (Please be specific)



OBJECTIVES:
What are the goals and objectives of the courses and sequence of courses in the program? To what
extent are these objectives being achieved?

To provide training in the area of cosmetology to prepare students for state licensure as well as providing
a stimulus for fostering professional development in the field. Course objectives align with state required
and recommended areas of study.

The program graduates enjoy a consistent 100% pass rate on the state certification exam. Only one
       student failed to pass the exam on her first attempt in FY07 but did pass on her third attempt.

The Cosmetology Teacher program is a three-semester program to prepare currently licensed
cosmetologists to become certified to be a cosmetology instructor.

How satisfied are students with their preparation for employment?

Instructor reports that 3 of the recent graduates have opened their own business. Additionally, a majority
of students obtain employment at their internship site (see next section).


How satisfied are employers with the preparation of graduates?

Employers are very satisfied with the preparation of graduates. According to the instructor, 8 of 13
students obtained employment with their internship site in FY06, and 7 of 11 in FY07, which is typical of
yearly results. One of the advisory council members, also a member of the Illinois Department of
Professional Regulations Board for Cosmetology, reports extremely high satisfaction with her employee
who graduated from the program.
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How does this program contribute to programs in other fields?

The focus of this program is discipline specific and no inter-program connections have been identified.
The program has spawned the Cosmetology Teacher program with the first student enrolling in FY08.

How have the goals and related activities developed for this program been attained?

Goals and activities have been attained by classroom instruction and skillset practice. The hands-on lab
component of the program requires over 1300 hours of lab/clinic experience. The instructor has many
years of experience in the field which brings a valuable resource to the program quality.

What are the new/revised goals and activities proposed for the program?

Expand the number of entry points to allow students more opportunities and ensure continuity in the
program.

NEED:
How strong is the occupational demand for the program?

The following information is from http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos169.htm

Personal appearance workers will grow by 14 percent from 2006 to 2016, which is faster than the
average for all occupations. This growth primarily will be a result of an increasing population and from
the growing demand for personal appearance services, particularly skin care services.

Employment trends are expected to vary among the different occupational specialties. Employment
of hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists should increase by 12 percent because many now
cut and style both men’s and women’s hair and because the demand for hair treatment by teens and
aging baby boomers is expected to remain steady or even grow. As a result, fewer people are
expected to go to barber shops and employment of barbers is expected to see relatively little change
in employment.

Continued growth in the number of nail salons and full-service day spas will generate numerous job
openings for manicurists, pedicurists, and skin care specialists. Employment of manicurists and
pedicurists will grow by 28 percent, while employment of shampooers will increase by 13 percent.
Estheticians and other skin care specialists will see large gains in employment, and are expected to
grow 34 percent as more facial procedures to improve one’s complexion become available and
become more popular in spas and some medical settings. Makeup artists are expected to grow by 40
percent, but because of its relatively small size, the occupation will only add a few hundred jobs over
the decade.


How has demand changed in the past five years and what is the outlook for the next five years?

The following information is from http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos169.htm

Job opportunities generally should be good. However, competition is expected for jobs and clients at higher paying salons as
applicants compete with a large pool of licensed and experienced cosmetologists for these positions. More numerous than those
arising from job growth, an abundance of job openings will come about from the need to replace workers who transfer to other
occupations, retire, or leave the labor force for other reasons. Opportunities will be best for those with previous experience and
for those licensed to provide a broad range of services.

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What is the district need versus state need?

Enrollment trends justify local need and instructor reports ongoing requests for employees from local
employers. According to Illinois Department of Employment Security statistics, the average annual job
openings in the district is only 2 (annual compound growth rate of 1.04%), above the projected statewide
growth rate of 0.93%. The placement of program graduates (see next section) greatly exceeds the
projected district demand through 2014, raising questions as to the accuracy of the projections.

Is there a need for the program based on trends in enrollment, completion, job placement, and
labor market demand? Please explain any adverse trends.

Trends of enrollment support the need for the program. There is consistently a waiting list of students
each fall. The number of completers has remained stable since FY2004.
According to the instructor, 8 of 13 students obtained employment with their internship site in FY06, and
7 of 11 in FY07, which is typical of yearly results.


QUALITY:
Based on the results of assessment and other information, what steps need to be taken to up-date
the curriculum or improve instruction?

Continue to use state test preparation software.
Obtain an additional SalonPro software license to provide for concurrent use in the classroom as well as
the clinic with distinct data sets.

What are the strengths of the program?

Instructor’s professional background
Active advisory council (also serving as judges in local competition)
Student demand, passage rate, and placement rate
Public service provided by the clinic
Cooperative learning experience and low student/teacher ratio
Low tuition and fees compared to regional cosmetology schools

What are the challenges of the program?

Maintaining enrollment/retention
Career education of prospective students
Student awareness and expectations of demands of the profession
Improving floor space for clinic and storage
Keeping updated equipment




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What quality improvements have been implemented since the previous program review? What
other program decisions have been made that relate to program improvement? Include a proposed
action plan for future improvements and an estimated timeline.

In FY2007, added two spa foot tub systems to train students in compliance with new state sanitation
procedure training regulations.

As a result of student interest and public request for training in this area, the program was restarted in Fall
2003 after being terminated in 2002.
Program expanded to allow mid-year entry of new students to better utilize facilities and staff and to
allow for greater public access and operation of the clinic.

Plans are being made to revise the curriculum to allow for mid-semester entry of new students, possibly
starting in Fall 2008.

Building client base in clinic/salon by keeping the clinic open more hours with expanded enrollment
opportunities – beginning Spring 2008.

COST
Is the program cost effective? How was this determined?

Yes. See program specific cost data. During the last three years, Southeastern’s unit cost per credit hour
averaged nearly 25% below the state average unit cost per credit hour. The program courses are taught by
one full-time instructor and one adjunct instructor which helps minimize costs.

What steps can be taken to offer the program more cost-effectively?

Expand entry points to accommodate the consistently large number of students on waiting lists for
program courses.
Make the clinic operational for a larger portion of the semesters.

Are there needs for additional resources?

Increased use of proprietary funds raised by the clinic.
Equipment and space renovations.

ASSESSMENT
 Principle Assessment Methods Used in Quality Assurance for this Program
       Standardized assessments
       Certification and licensure examination results
       Writing samples
       Portfolio evaluation
       Course embedded questions (For example, pre/post tests)
       Student surveys
       Analysis of enrollment, demographic and cost data
       Other, please specify:


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Describe the assessment activities that have been conducted during this review period, and explain
how the results of those activities been used in reviewing and/or improving the program area.


In 2005, revised entrance requirements (ASSET Reading Score from 35 to 38) because of problems
       requesting a reader for the state board examination. The increased requirement has been judged
       effective by departmental faculty.

Incorporated use of WebCT to improve computer testing skills to enhance assessment and state board test
       performance.

The program graduates enjoy a consistent 100% pass rate on the state certification exam.

In FY07, the program started using NOCTI pretests and posttests. The SIC group scored 6.8% better than
      the national average. The average growth ranged from 62.44% on the pretest to 82.82% on the
      posttest (a 19.4% increase). Such results confirm the program is effectively serving the training
      needs of students and should continue current practices.

What quality improvements are recommended for implementation as a result of assessment
activities (use of results)?


Explore the possibility of offering continuing education opportunities to current cosmetologists in the
       region based on suggestions from advisory council discussions.


Advisory Committee/Business Partners                                Advisory       Business
                                                                    Committee      Partners
   Number on advisory committee                                          8
   Number of meetings held during the past 5 years                            10
   Number of meetings held during the past year                               2

                                                                        YES        NO
   Sufficiently represents the field                                X
   Adequately represents all regions of the College district            X
   Agendas and minutes are on file                                       X
   Comment:



STATEWIDE PROGRAM ISSUES (if applicable)
Provide a brief description of emerging state-level problems and/or program issues that will
eventually affect programs offered by Southeastern which cannot be addressed at the local level.
Such problems/issues might include licensure changes, trends in occupational demand, and
developments in disciplines or modifications to university transfer policies.

The state licensure exam is only offered in English and Spanish which creates a language barrier for some
ESL students.
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Provide a narrative description of exemplary improvements or innovations. Provide at least one
best practice specific to this program.

A noteworthy program improvement is its effort to increase the client base and the hands-on experience
      for students by expanding the open clinic lab hours. In 2005 the program began opening the clinic
      part-time in the fall semester. The program’s Friends and Family Days provides an opportunity for
      students to invite friends and family to the clinic for services at little or no cost to expose more
      people to the clinic. Plans are in process to be open 4 days per week in Fall 2008.


(Attach copies or provide links on the SIC Website of all assessment information and strategic
planning material relative to the past five years.)

Please refer to the Assessment Grid on the SIC Web Site.




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                                MASTER PLANNING/STRATEGIC PLANNING

A critical step in the program review/assessment process is the use of results and tying those results to the
planning and budget process. The division chairperson is requested to tie the results of this program review,
assessment results, and planning to the academic master plan and/or Strategic Plan, and the budgeting process.

List information currently listed in the CTE Academic Master Plan and/or Strategic Plan that
pertains to the program being reviewed, the status of that information, updated budget
considerations, and any revisions or deletions.


None identified




Based on this program review, assessment activities/results, and planning activities, provide
information that will be added to the academic master plan and/or strategic plan for this CTE
program. Be sure to include any budget planning considerations.


3.2.3 By Spring 2008, set enrollment goal for next three years.


5.1.5   By Spring 2009, study Cosmetology lab reconfiguration options to increase visibility and
        observation by instructor. By Spring 2010, implement if feasible.




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                                 SOUTHEASTERN ILLINOIS COLLEGE
                                Career and Technical Education Summary
                              A Component of the Institutional Assessment Plan

                                  NEED, QUALITY, AND COST CRITERIA
          ENROLLMENT DATA                        FY O3        FY 04      FY 05       FY 06   FY 07
HEADCOUNT (duplicated) - Totals                      26           70        104        104     104
Program Specific Courses                               0           0             0       0       0
Major Content Area Courses                           26           70        104        103     103
Program Electives Courses                              0           0             0       1       1
Credit Hours Generated - Totals                      65          437        571        565     553
Program Specific Courses                               0           0             0       0       0
Major Content Area Courses                           65          437        571        559     549
Program Electives Courses                              0           0             0       6       4
Sections Taught - Totals                               2           5             7       8       8
Program Specific Courses                               0           0             0       0       0
  Adjusted for concurrent Courses                      0           0             0       0       0
Major Content Area Courses                             2           5             7       7       7
  Adjusted for concurrent Courses                      2           5             7       7       7
Program Electives Courses                              0           0             0       1       1
  Adjusted for concurrent Courses                      0           0             0       1       1
Average Enrollment - Totals                         13.0        14.0       14.9       13.0    13.0
Program Specific Courses                             0.0         0.0        0.0        0.0     0.0
  Adjusted for concurrent Courses                    0.0         0.0        0.0        0.0     0.0
Major Content Area Courses                          13.0        14.0       14.9       14.7    14.7
  Adjusted for concurrent Courses                   13.0        14.0       14.9       14.7    14.7
Program Electives Courses                            0.0         0.0        0.0        1.0     1.0
  Adjusted for concurrent Courses                    0.0         0.0        0.0        1.0     1.0




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      MAJORS: STUDENT
                                  FY O3   FY 04    FY 05      FY 06   FY 07
       DEMOGRAPHICS
Headcount – Males                     0       0       0          0       0

Credit Hours                          0       0       0          0       0

% of Major Total                    0%       0%      0%         0%      0%

Headcount - Females                  10      19      28         30      28

Credit Hours                         51    506.5    582        576    423.5

% of Major Total                  100%     100%    100%       100%    100%

Total Headcount - Major              10      19      28         30      28

Total Hours – Major                  51    506.5    582        576    423.5

Graduates/Completers                 13       0      11          9       8




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        INSTRUCTION SITE DATA           FY O3    FY 04   FY 05   FY 06   FY 07
HEADCOUNT (duplicated) - Totals            26       70     104     104     104
Campus                                     26       70     104     104     104
Carmi - White County Extension Center       0        0       0       0       0
High School - Off Campus Site               0        0       0       0       0
High School - Dual Credit Classroom         0        0       0       0       0
Off-Campus - Other Sites                    0        0       0       0       0
Golconda Job Corps                          0        0       0       0       0
SICCM                                       0        0       0       0       0
Credit Hours Generated - Totals            65      437     571     565     553
Campus                                     65      437     571     565     553
Carmi - White County Extension Center       0        0       0       0       0
High School - Off Campus Site               0        0       0       0       0
High School - Dual Credit Classroom         0        0       0       0       0
Off-Campus - Other Sites                    0        0       0       0       0
Golconda Job Corps                          0        0       0       0       0
SICCM                                       0        0       0       0       0
Sections Taught - Totals                    2        5       7       8       8
Campus                                      2        5       7       8       8
Carmi - White County Extension Center       0        0       0       0       0
High School - Off Campus Site               0        0       0       0       0
High School - Dual Credit Classroom         0        0       0       0       0
Off-Campus - Other Sites                    0        0       0       0       0
Golconda Job Corps                          0        0       0       0       0
SICCM                                       0        0       0       0       0
Average Enrollment - Totals               13.0    14.0    14.9    13.0    13.0
Campus                                    13.0    14.0    14.9    13.0    13.0
Carmi - White County Extension Center      0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0
High School - Off Campus Site              0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0
High School - Dual Credit Classroom        0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0
Off-Campus - Other Sites                   0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0
Golconda Job Corps                         0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0
SICCM                                      0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0




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           INSTRUCTOR DATA                FY O3      FY 04     FY 05     FY 06     FY 07
HEADCOUNT - Totals                             2         2         3         2         2
Full Time Program Instructors                  2         1         2         1         1
Full Time Instructors - Outside Program        0         0         0         0         0
Administration Taught Courses                  0         0         0         0         0
Other Staff Taught Courses                     0         0         0         0         0
Adjunct Instructors                            0         1         1         1         1
Dual Credit Instructors                        0         0         0         0         0
Golconda Job Corps Instructors                 0         0         0         0         0
SICCM Instructors                              0         0         0         0         0
% CREDIT HOURS GENERATED                  100.00%   100.00%   100.00%   100.00%   100.00%
Full Time Program Instructors             100.00%    92.68%    93.70%    93.98%    93.85%
Full Time Instructors - Outside Program     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%
Administration Taught Courses               0.00%     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%
Other Staff Taught Courses                  0.00%     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%
Adjunct Instructors                         0.00%     7.32%     6.30%     6.02%     6.15%
Dual Credit Instructors                     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%
Golconda Job Corps Instructors              0.00%     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%
SICCM Instructors                           0.00%     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%     0.00%




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              INSTRUCTOR DEMOGRAPHICS                    2003   2004   2005   2006   2007
    FULL TIME INSTRUCTORS                                 2      1      1      1      1
1   BRANDON,REBECCA                                                     X      X      X
2   DUDLEY,KENITA                                         X
3   TROUTMAN,MARY ANN                                     X      X

    FULL TIME INSTRUCTORS – FROM OTHER DEPARTMENTS        0      0      0      0      0

    ADMINISTRATORS PROVIDING INSTRUCTION SERVICES         0      0      0      0      0

    OTHER STAFF PROVIDING INSTRUCTION                     0      0      0      0      0

    ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS                                   0      1      1      1      1
1   BONALI,TRACI                                                 X
2   EDWARDS,TRACI                                                       X
3   HARRIS,WENDY                                                               X      X

    DUAL CREDIT INSTRUCTORS                               0      0      0      0      0

    GOLCONDA JOB CORPS                                    0      0      0      0      0

    SICCM (Southern Illinois Collegiate Common Market)    0      0      0      0      0




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                                  COURSES BY CURRICULUM GUIDE
 PROGRAM SPECIFIC COURSES                 MAJOR CONTENT AREA COURSES                PROGRAM ELECTIVES COURSES
                                    COS 150 Cosmetology Theory I                    COS 190 Cosmetology Refresher
                                    COS 151 Cosmetology Clinic I
                                    COS 152 Cosmetology Theory II
                                    COS 153 Cosmetology Clinic II
                                    COS 154 Cosmetology Clinic III
                                    COS 170 Salon Computer I



                      UNIT COST/CREDIT HOUR UNIT COST/CREDIT HOUR
** Designated CIP Code For Program Review

BOLD COURSES – included in the Program Review Statistics
Unit Cost Averages – does not include 2007 data which is unavailable at this time

**12 120403 Cosmetology                                        FY 03       FY 04         FY 05      FY 06   Averages
COS 111 Cosmetology I
COS 112 Cosmetology Lab I                         State Ave   $201.36     $205.02       $206.34   $222.76    $208.87
COS 113 Cosmetology II                            SIC Cost    $197.73     $156.06       $151.76   $175.07    $170.16
COS 114 Cosmetology Lab II
                                                 Difference     $3.63      $48.96        $54.58    $47.69     $38.72
COS 115 Cosmetology III
COS 116 Cosmetology Lab IIII
COS 117 Cosmetology IV
COS 118 Cosmetology Lab IV
COS 119 Cosmetology V
COS 131 Cosmetology Lab V
COS 150 Cosmetology Theory I
COS 151 Cosmetology Clinic I
COS 152 Cosmetology Theory II
COS 153 Cosmetology Clinic II
COS 154 Cosmetology Clinic III
COS 170 Salon Computer I
COS 190 Cosmetology Refresher
COS 210 Cosmetology Teacher I
COS 211 Cosmetology Teacher II
COS 212 Cosmetology Teacher III
COSN 111 Nail Technology Theory
COSN 112 Nail Technology Clinic
COSN 113 Nail Technology Related Clinic




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                                     COURSE OUTLINE REVIEW
                     TO BE COMPLETED BY THE COURSE OUTLINE SUB-COMMITTEE.


                                  QUALITATIVE INFORMATION

                            Faculty Course Outlines                               NONE SOME MOST ALL


1. Contain clearly stated student learning outcomes in measurable terms.


2. Contain course descriptions that correspond to the official college catalog
   located on the SIC website and the Master Course Outline.

3. Are clearly written and contain a topical outline of material to be covered.


4. Contain course requirements that are clearly stated.


5. Contain all necessary information for determining letter grades.


6. Are on file.


                            Master Course Outlines                                NONE SOME MOST ALL


1. Contain clearly stated student learning outcomes in measurable terms.


2. Contain course descriptions that correspond to the official college catalog
   located on the SIC website.

3. Are clearly written and contain a topical outline of material to be covered.


4. Contain course requirements that are clearly stated.


5. Contain all necessary information for determining letter grades.


6. All elements of the outline address required information in a comprehensive
   manner. For example, course prefix and number, course title, course hours,
   CS/CIP code, IAI numbers, prerequisites, students the course is expected to
   serve, primary method of instruction, textbook, and ADA statement.

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                                 COURSE OUTLINE REVIEW

C. Specific Findings by Course




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                                            COURSE SCHEDULE

Counselors will address the College course schedule relative to the following areas for the specific
program of study.

1. Full-time students enrolled in traditional courses on campus.

   Yes – works well – lab component.

2. Part-time students enrolled in traditional courses on campus.

   N/A

3. Students enrolled at other college teaching sites in the district.

   N/A

4. Students enrolled in online courses that are a component of the program.

   N/A




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                                         LIBRARY RESOURCES

     THE LIBRARIAN WILL ADDRESS THE LIBRARY RESOURCES PROVIDED FOR THIS PROGRAM AREA.


A SILNET (online book catalog) search resulted in 6 titles owned by Southeastern Illinois College with the
subject heading “Beauty Culture” (the Library of Congress subject heading for Cosmetology) ranging from
1985-1996.

The library subscribes to two print periodicals dealing with cosmetology including Nail Pro and American
Salon.

A search in the general periodical database, EbscoHost resulted in 851 periodical articles with the subject
heading “Beauty Culture” 513 of these were full-text articles 47 of which were published in 2007.

As a result of these findings, I determine that the Southeastern Illinois College library as sufficient library
resources to support the Information Systems Technology program.




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                                    INSTRUCTOR REVIEW

                     TO BE COMPLETED BY THE INSTRUCTORS OF THE PROGRAM

I. Instructional Resources and Support                                           Adequate N/A Inadequate

   A. Bookstore:
       1. Customer Service
       2. Availability
       3. Comments:

  B. Library: (Please review Library Resources)
     1. Books
     2. Periodicals
     3. Electronic Products/Services
     4. Customer Service
     5. Library Orientation
     6. Comments:

  C. Media Center:
     1. Turn Around Time
     2. Production Materials and Services
     3. Quality of Work
     4. Customer Service
     5. Availability
     6. Online Student Orientation
     7. Online Course Support for Students
     8. Online Course Support for Instructors
     9. Two-way Interactive Technical Support
    10. Smart Classroom Technical Support
    11. Staff Development/Technology Training for Instructors
    12. Comments: Cosmetology uses WebCT to supplement the program. I have
                   received wonderful support from Debbie Suh and Terry Lucas.

  D. Secretarial Support Services:
     1. Quality of Work
     2. Customer Service
     3. Turn Around Time
     4. Comments: Lisa Seets and Linda Bickett have been of great assistance.

  E. Information Technology
     1. Technical Support
     2. Quality of Work
     3. Customer Service
     4. Response Time
     5. Comments:



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  F. Learning Lab
     1. Tutoring Services
     2. ADA Support Services
     3. Testing Services
     4. Comments:

II. Instructional Facilities
   A. Classrooms and Labs
       1. Classrooms are furnished appropriately to accommodate students.
      2. Smart Classroom equipment is maintained.
      3. Laboratories are properly furnished and maintained.
      4. Classrooms are cleaned on a regular basis.
      5. Classroom environment is comfortable - HVAC, for example.
      6. Comments: Temperature is usually too cold in winter and too warm in the
                     summer.

III. Equipment
   A. Instructional Equipment
       1. Instructional equipment is up-to-date for the program area.
       2. Instructional equipment is available in sufficient quantity.
       3. Equipment is in safe operating condition utilizing appropriate safety
          standards.
       4. Comments: Promoting the Cosmetology Lab for services and lab hours is
                       lacking.

IV. Program Marketing, Recruitment, and Retention
    A. Marketing
       1. Marketing materials are current, accurate, and informative.
       2. Marketing materials are developed in a timely manner.
       3. College website supports program area.
       4. Media releases (print, radio, TV) are prepared in a timely manner, as
          Appropriate
       5. Faculty communicates marketing needs on a regular basis.
       6. Comments:

    B. Recruitment
       1. Recruitment is accomplished throughout the district using accurate,
          current information.
       2. Faculty communicates recruitment needs on a regular basis.
       3. Comments: This is the first year working with J. Baltzell. It has been a
                       benefit to the cosmetology program.

    C. Retention
       1. Retention efforts are timely and effective.
       2. Faculty communicates retention needs on a regular basis.
       3. Comments: Mr. Rose has been a great help to the cosmetology program.


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V. COMMUNITY SERVICE (List the community service functions your program has participated in on
   behalf of the College during the past five years. Estimate the total number of events, staff, and
   participants.)


Back To School Bash – Fall 2005, 2006, and 2007
Health Fair – Fall 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007
Heritage Festival – Fall 2005 and 2006
Heart Walk – 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007
Hurricane Katrina Efforts – 2005
Parades – 2004
Corn Maze - 2007
Secretaries Day – Spring 2006
Spa Day Carmi – Spring 2005
Occupational Skills Day – 2004, 2005, 2006, and planned for 2007

The Cosmetology Clinic Lab has donated gift certificates to various groups for salon services to aid in
promotion of our campus lab.




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