seward county community college

Cosmetology

Cosmetology

The course sequence listed is a recommendation to ensure prerequisites and requirements are met. The student needs to ensure that other institutional requirements such as 15 hours per semester for scholarships are also met. Although 60 hours is the minimum needed for the degree, students may end up with more than 60 hours to meet all requirements.

**Students can begin Cosmetology in either August or January. Other degree requirements may be completed before or after Cosmetology course completion.

Type of Award: Certificate B

First Semester

Item #
Title
Credit Hours
Sub-Total Credit Hours
16
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Second Semester

Item #
Title
Credit Hours
Sub-Total Credit Hours
12-16
,

Third Semester

Item #
Title
Credit Hours
Sub-Total Credit Hours
12-16
,

Total Credits for Certificate B: 44 

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Type of Award: Associate of Applied Science

Item #
Title
Credit Hours
Sub-Total Credit Hours
16
,

Please note: There are options to complete both an A.A.S and A.S. in cosmetology, for those who wish to transfer to a 4-year university, which are customizable to the student. All degree recipients must meet the KBOR Core Degree Requirements for both of these degrees. Please visit with an advisor for more information.

“See website for program costs.” go.sccc.edu/cos (do not use www as it will not work) Additional Costs not collected by SCCC but must be considered:

  • Uniform Costs: All black long or short sleeve shirts should be worn under the smock. (Smock will be furnished in the kit.) Students should also purchase and wear black slacks (no jeans or sweats).
  • Apprenticeship License: $15 debit or credit card or money order must be brought on the first day of the program for an apprentice license. The license is good for only 12 months. Any student who cannot finish the program in one year will be required to file for another license.
  • Kansas State Board of Cosmetology and Ergometrics: Cosmetology License, an optional temporary permit and the written and practical exams. “See website for additional fees” www.kansas.gov/kboc/
  • Student Services: The student will be required to pay for all chemicals and products used on one's self at a student discount.
  • Optional Cost: Hepatitis B Vaccine- The student may wish to have a Hepatitis B Vaccine prior to beginning the program. The vaccination is optional.

Kansas Board of Cosmetology license, testing, and instructional fees: See fees on the Kansas Board of Cosmetology website. www.kansas.gov/kboc/

The course sequence listed is a recommendation to ensure prerequisites and requirements are met. The student needs to ensure that other institutional requirements such as 15 hours per semester for scholarships are also met. Although 60 hours is the minimum needed for the degree, students may end up with more than 60 hours to meet all requirements.

AAS, Certificate B
60.00

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