Cosmetology Course Objective
Kay Moriah International School Of Beauty’s objective for the cosmetology course/ program includes theory and practical teaching that prepares the student to perform hair, skin, and nail services on the general public. KMISB offers a 1500-hour training course/ program in the cosmetology arts and sciences that meets the State of Indiana’s standards. KMISB provides education in all phases of cosmetology.
Cosmetology Course Completion
Upon completion of the course of training and all course requirements, the determined graduate will:
- Have knowledge in the business skills of today’s industry as well as the theory and practical skills required by Indiana state laws.
- Have the background and skills to pass the state board-licensing exam and to work as a cosmetologist.
- Have career paths for a Cosmetologist as a stylist, salon manager, salon owner, distributor sales consultant, platform artist and more.
- Successfully pass the state board examinations.
- Work in a professional hairstyling salon as licensed cosmetologists.
- Perform in cosmetology-related occupations.
- Develop employer / employee relationships and effective communications skills.
The graduate will continue to learn new and current information related to techniques, trends, fashions, and methods for career development in cosmetology and related fields.
ACADEMIC PROGRESS EVALUATION
Full-time and Part-time Student Academic Progress (i.e., evaluation on theory, practical and clinical works (however, clinical work is graded on a pass/fail basis only and will not be considered as part of the overall GPA) will be evaluated during the same time periods as stated above in the “Attendance Progress Evaluation”. Each student is expected to achieve a minimum grade point average of 75%.
A = Excellent (91-100)
B = Good (81- 90)
C = Average (70 -80)
F = Failing (Below 70)
W = Withdraw Probation
Students who meet only one of the evaluation requirements attendance or academic, will be considered to be making satisfactory progress but shall be placed in a probationary status for a maximum of two (2) times. In order to be taken off of probationary status, a student must achieve a 75% rate of attendance and/or academics. If a student is placed on a second, consecutive probation, the student will be determined as not making satisfactory progress and will be considered for dismissal.
The clock-hour education is provided through a sequential set of learning steps that address specific tasks necessary for State Board preparation, graduation, and entry-level job skills. Clinic equipment, implements, and products are comparable to those used in the industry. The course is presented through comprehensive lesson plans that reflect effective educational methods. Subjects are presented by means of lecture, demonstration, and interactive student participation. Audiovisual aids, guest speakers, projects, activities, and other related learning methods are used for course delivery.
TEXTBOOKS: Milady’s Standard Cosmetology 14th Edition
Milady’s Standard Foundations
Part I: INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1: History and Career Opportunities
Part II: HEALTH SCIENCES
Chapter 2: General Anatomy and Physiology
Chapter 3: Skin Structure, Growth, and Nutrition
Chapter 4: Skin Conditions, Disorders and Diseases
Chapter 5: Nail Structure and Growth
Chapter 6: Nail Conditions, Disorders and Diseases
Chapter 7: Hair and Scalp Properties
Chapter 8: Hair and Scalp Conditions, Disorders and Diseases
Part III: HAIR SERVICES
Chapter 9: Principles of Hair Design
Chapter 10: Scalp Care, Shampooing, and Conditioning
Chapter 11: Haircutting
Chapter 12: Hairstyling
Chapter 13: Braiding and Braid Extensions
Chapter 14: Wigs and Hair Additions
Chapter 15: Chemical Texture Services
Chapter 16: Haircoloring
Part IV: SKIN CARE SERVICES
Chapter 17: Hair Removal
Chapter 18: Facials
Chapter 19: Makeup
Part V: NAIL SERVICES
Chapter 20: Manicuring
Chapter 21: Pedicuring
Chapter 22: Nail Tips and Wraps
Chapter 23: Liquid and Powder Nail Enhancements
Chapter 24: Light Cured Gels
Chapter F1: Life Skills
Chapter F2: Professional Image
Chapter F3: Communicating for Success
Chapter F4: The Healthy Professional
Chapter F5: Infection Control
Chapter F6: Chemistry and Chemical Safety
Chapter F7: Electricity and Electrical Safety
Chapter F8: Career Planning
Chapter F9: On the Job
Chapter F10: The Beauty Business
Haircutting 275 Hours
Sanitation 40 Hours
Statues and Laws 10 Hours
Salesmanship 10 Hours
Management 10 Hours
Manicuring 30 Hours
Pedicuring 20 Hours
Hair Removal 15 Hours
Anatomy/Physiology 5 Hours
Skin 5 Hours
Hair 5 Hours
Electricity 5 Hours
Chemistry 10 Hours
Shampooing 35 Hours
Facials & Makeup 65 Hours
Hair Coloring 190 Hours
Textured Services 320 Hours
Scalp Performance 20 Hours
Discretionary Hours 150 Hours
TOTAL 1500 HOURS
Full-Time Students Cosmetology
1500 Hours = 52 Weeks = 12 Months
Part-Time Students Cosmetology
1500 Hours = 76 Weeks = 18 Months