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					Cosmetology aas degree Cosmetology diploma Nail Care Technician certificate
Cosmetology services include the cleaning, conditioning, shaping, reinforcing, coloring and enhancing of hair, skin, and nails. Nail Technician services include the cleaning, shaping, conditioning and care for the hands and feet as well as the preparation and application of artificial and sculpted nails. Esthetician services include specialized work with skin care products, analysis of skin and facials.

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About the Program
Career Settings

• Full service salons • Day spas • Fitness centers • Dermatologist and plastic surgeon offices • Become self employed • Department stores • Franchise salons
Cosmetology Career Settings

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• Stylist • Esthetician • Cosmetics Buyer
Esthetician Career Settings

• Retail/Sales Specialist • Manicurist • Manufacturer's Representative

Nail Tech Career Settings

• Manicurist
Professional Affiliations

• Manufacturer's Representative

National Cosmetology Association Minnesota (NCA) American Association for Esthetics Education (AAEE)

• Esthetician • Make-up Artist • Plastic Surgeon Assistant • Freelance Photography Make-up

• Cosmetics Buyer • Dermatologist Assistant • Restorative Art Specialist • Manufacturer's Representative
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235 Marshall Avenue Saint Paul, MN 55102 T • 651.846.1666 F • 651.846.1703 www.saintpaul.edu

How to get started
To find out more about this program and Saint Paul College, go to our Web site, www.saintpaul.edu, where you can find more program information, explore all the College has to offer or sign up for a campus tour. You can also call 651.846.1666 with your questions.

Program Requirements
Cosmetology AAS Degree
Course CHSN 1410 CHSN 1420 CHSN 1461 CHSN 1462 CHSN 1463 CHSN 1464 CHSN 1465 COSM 1405 COSM 1406 COSM 1407 COSM 1409 COSM 1413 COSM 1418 ESTH 1445 ESTH 1455 Preclinic Introduction Body Systems & Diseases Clinic 1 – Nails Clinic 2 – Skin Clinic 3 – Advanced Skin Clinic 4 – Hair Shaping and Styling Clinic 5 – Advanced Hair and License Prep Preclinic Hair Care 1 Preclinic Hair Care 2 Preclinic Nail Care Preclinic Chemical Control Preclinic Hair Color Advanced Hair Care Cosmetic Chemistry & Makeup Applications Skin Analysis & Massage Cr 4 4 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4

academic year 2009-10
Cosmetology Diploma
Course CHSN 1410 CHSN 1420 CHSN 1461 CHSN 1462 CHSN 1463 CHSN 1464 CHSN 1465 COSM 1405 COSM 1406 COSM 1407 COSM 1409 COSM 1413 COSM 1418 ESTH 1445 ESTH 1455 Preclinic Introduction Body Systems and Diseases Clinic 1 – Nails Clinic 2 – Skin Clinic 3 – Advanced Skin Clinic 4 – Hair Shaping and Styling Clinic 5 – Advanced Hair and License Prep Preclinic Hair Care 1 Preclinic Hair Care 2 Preclinic Nail Care Preclinic Chemical Control Preclinic Hair Color Advanced Hair Care Cosmetic Chemistry & Makeup Applications Skin Analysis & Massage Cr 4 4 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4

Subtotal General Education Requirements
(Select at least 16 credits of General Education. Ask your program advisor for a full list.)

53 16

Subtotal General Education Requirements
(SPCH 1720 Interpersonal Communications OR SPCH 1782 Organizational Communication)

53 3

Total Program Credits Select from the following electives as needed:
COSM 1451 COSM 1452 COSM 1453 COSM 1454 COSM 1455 COSM 1456 Salon Operations 1 Salon Operations 2 Salon Operations 3 Salon Operations 4 Salon Operations 5 Salon Operations 6

69
1 2 3 4 5 6

Required Electives
(must select at least 3 credits of the following Technical Electives to complete the required 1550 hours needed for licensure) COSM 1451 COSM 1452 COSM 1453 COSM 1454 COSM 1455 COSM 1456 Salon Operations 1 Salon Operations 2 Salon Operations 3 Salon Operations 4 Salon Operations 5 Salon Operations 6

3

1 2 3 4 5 6

Total Program Credits

59

Nail Care Technician Certificate
Course Cr Preclinic Introduction Body Systems & Diseases Clinic 1 – Nails Preclinic Nail Care Salon Operations 2 4 4 3 3 2

For additional information about recommended Course Sequence, Minimum Program Entry Requirements and Program Outcomes, please see the Program Guide Sheet. Guide Sheets are available online on each Program Web page at www.saintpaul.edu or in Enrollment Services.

CHSN 1410 CHSN 1420 CHSN 1461 COSM 1407 COSM 1452

Total Program Credits Select from the following electives as needed:
COSM 1451 COSM 1453 Salon Operations 1 Salon Operations 3

16
1 3

For more information about the curriculum please contact the faculty advisor: Mary Finnegan T • 651.846.1513 mary.finnegan@saintpaul.edu Peg Flicek T • 651.846.1655 peg.flicek@saintpaul.edu

This document is available in alternative formats to individuals with disabilities by calling 1.800.227.6029, 651.846.1547(V) / 651.846.1548(TTY) or email DisabilityServices@saintpaul.edu. Saint Paul College is an Equal Opportunity employer and educator. Saint Paul College reserves the right to change the program requirements in this brochure without notice. This brochure is not a contract. 06/09


				
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