Basic Cosmetology Course Curriculum
Undergraduate Certificate Program
50 Weeks - 1500 Hours
Full Time: Tuesday thru Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
30 hours per week for 50 weeks.
Part-Time: Tuesday thru Friday 6:00pm - 9:00pm
and Saturday 8:30am - 4:30pm
19.5 hours per week for 77 weeks.
January 15, 2013 Full & Part Time
March 26, 2013 Full Time
April 16, 2013 Part Time
June 4, 2013 Full Time
July 16, 2013 Part Time
August 13, 2013 Full Time
October 15, 2013 Part Time
October 22, 2013 Full Time
CIP Code: 12.0401
|Basic Training||150 Hours|
|Practical Chemical Application / Hair Treatment||500 Hours|
|Hair Styling / Hair Dressing||475 Hours|
|Shop Management, Sanitation and Interpersonal Relations||200 Hours|
|Related Electives||35 Hours|
|Nail Technology||55 Hours|
Gainful Employment Information
U.S. Dept. of Labor's Standard Occupational Classification
The 2010 Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) system is used by Federal statistical agencies to classify workers into occupational categories for the purpose of collecting, calculating, or disseminating data. The following SOC codes identify the beauty industry:
39-5012.00 Hairdreessers, hairstylists, and Cosmetologists.
Since every occupation requires a different mix of knowledge, skills, and abilities, that are performed using a variety of activities and tasks, Capri encourages prospective students to visit O*Net on-line for career exploration, job analysis, and a detailed description of the world of work.
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Median Loan Debt, On-time Graduation Rate, Outcome & Job Placement Rates
This file contains the above gainful employment information.
2012-2013 Tuition and Fees
Capri Beauty College strives to keep fees as competitive as possible. Counselors are available to assist with personal payment plans and Capri students who qualify are eligible for financial aid.
Books & Equipment: $1,700.00
Room & Board per month: Not with family: $1,460.00 With family: 1,036.00.
Cosmetology Net Price Calculator
Outcome & Job Placement Rate
2012 Annual Report Summary submitted to NACCAS
Employment Rate = 79.38%
Completion = 78.95%
Licensure Rate 95.31%
Required Pivot Point Text Books
Cosmetology Fundamentals,Workbook & State Board Exam Review Set: ISBN 978-1-934636 $69.30
Sculpture: ISBN978-1-934636 $189.00
Color: ISBN 978-1-934636 $81.90
Texture: ISBN 978-1-934636 $74.55
Hair Design ISBN 978-1-934636 $162.75
Salon Success: ISBN978-1-934636 & Student Planner:
Cosmetology Graduation Requirements
A student will be considered a candidate for graduation when the following requirements have been met:
- Complete required clock hours.
- Pass two semi-final exams with a minimum score of 75%.
- Pass a written final exam and practical exams with a
minimum score of 75%.
- Complete progress sheet with minimum score of 75%.
- Complete clinic requirements with a minimum score of 75%.
- Level 4 clinic requirement.
Clinic Service Requirements
Becoming a professional cosmetologist requires customer service. The development of a clientele and the sale of retail products are required of all students enrolled in the basic cosmetology program. Capri Beauty College students will be educated in the art of selling service and products and are expected to establish a client base from existing school clients as well as family and friends. On occasion, students are required to provide a model for class credit and/or competition.
Cosmetology State Board Examination
Upon completion of the above requirements, and payment of all monies due the school, Capri Beauty College will mail an official transcript to the State Board Agency, and the student will receive a Cosmetology Diploma. Students may file at www.continentaltesting.net. State Board Exam Fees are paid by the student (approximately $181.00) and must be passed with a minimum score of 75%. License must be renewed every two years with 14 hours of continued education.
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