2020-2021 Catalog 
    
    Apr 22, 2021  
2020-2021 Catalog

Cosmetology, AAS


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The Cosmetology program is an 1800 clock hour program that covers curriculum set by Wyoming law and includes additional studies to broaden the scope of opportunities in the field. Graduates of this program should possess a salable skill and be prepared to take the national examination for entry into the field of cosmetology.

The Cosmetology Department is required to register every new incoming student with the Wyoming Board of Cosmetology within 10 days of the first day of classes.  The following documents are required to complete enrollment:  Proof of education; Copy of a Government issued picture ID; Verification of Social Security card; and Proof of lawful presence in the United States.

The Wyoming Board of Cosmetology may refuse to grant a license to any person who has, at any time, been found guilty of a felony.  If you have ever had a felony conviction, please advise the Program Director for information on how to proceed.  Failure to do so may result in not being permitted to apply for the Board exam and becoming licensed.

Completion of this program does not guarantee licensure.  All students graduating from the Cosmetology program are required to successfully pass a Board exam administered by the Wyoming Board of Cosmetology in order to become licensed in the State of Wyoming.

Students wishing to practice Cosmetology in another state should be aware that licensure requirements vary from state to state.  It is the student’s responsibility to investigate any state laws and regulations for any additional state they wish to become licensed in.

Students must complete all program requirements, including approved electives, with a grade of “C” or better

Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


Total Credits 18


Spring Semester


Outcomes Assessment


Total Credits 17+


Optional Summer Semester Courses


Total Credits 4-9


Total Credits 76+


Note:

Federal Financial Aid is awarded and disbursed according to clock hour regulations for second-year students only. First-year students will be evaluated by credit-hour enrollment status each term.

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