Cosmetology

Program Director/Program Coordinator
Name Sandra Villarreal
Title Cosmetology Program Instructor
Room ATC-123
Program Area Cosmetology
Phone 409-944-1480
Email SVillarreal@gc.edu
Student Success Coach/Advisor
Name Martin Crichlow
Ext

409-944-1401

Email

mcrichlow@gc.edu

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Cosmetology

Galveston College Cosmetology Program studentGalveston College’s cosmetology program is designed to train students in performance skills, safety, judgments, work habits, and to develop advantageous attitudes necessary to achieve high degrees of success. These same skills will enable you to obtain licensure and gainful employment in the field of cosmetology or related career fields.

Our goal is to develop students into highly adept professionals equipped with education and practical experience.

FIRST YEAR Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Cosmetology

3First Semester

CSME 1501 Orientation to Cosmetology 5
CSME 1354 Artistry of Hair Design 3
CSME 1410 Introduction to Haircutting and Related Theory 4
SPCH 13XX Speech Elective 3
15

Second Semester

CSME 1355 Artistry of Hair Design II 3
CSME 2501 The Principles of Hair Coloring and Related Theory 5
CSME 1547 Principles of Skin Care/Facials and Related Theory 5
CSME 2310 Advanced Haircutting and Related Theory 3
16

 

SECOND YEAR Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Cosmetology

Third Semester

CSME 2539 Advanced Hair Design 5
CSME 1547 Principals of Skin Care/Facials and Related Theory 5
CSME 2541 Preparation for the State Licensing Examination* 5
15

Fourth Semester

MATH 13XX Math Elective3 3
Approved Elective 3 5
Language, Philosophy & Culture or Creative Arts Elective  3

Social & Behavioral Science Elective 

3
14

TOTAL SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS IN PROGRAM: 60

Notes: 2 Select from courses listed in Galveston College’s Core Curriculum section of this catalog. 3 MATH 1332 is suggested or select one course from: MATH 1314, 1324, 1325, 1342, 2312, 2413, 2414, 2415 *Identifies Capstone course Underline – Identifies courses to meet general education requirements for AAS Degree

Level One Certificate Program – Cosmetology

First Semester

CSME 1501 Orientation to Cosmetology 5
CSME 1354 Artistry of Hair Design 3
CSME 1410 Introduction to Haircutting and Related Theory 4
12

Second Semester

CSME 1543 Manicuring and Related Theory 5
CSME 1453 Chemical Reformation and Related  Theory 4
CSME 2401 The Principles of Hair Coloring and Related Theory 4
13

Third Semester

CSME 2539 Advanced Hair Design 5
CSME 1547 Principals of Skin Care/Facials and Related 5
CSME 2439 Advanced Hair Design 4

TOTAL SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS IN PROGRAM: 42

Notes: *Identifies Capstone course

Level One Certificate Dual Credit Program – Cosmetology

First Year | First Semester

CSME 1501 Orientation to Cosmetology 5
CSME 1410

Introduction to Haircutting and Related Theory

4
9

First Year | Second Semester

CSME 1354

Artistry of Hair Design

3
CSME 1543

Manicuring and Related Theory

5
8

Second Year | Third Semester

CSME 1453

Chemical Reformation and Related Theory

4
CSME 2401 Principles of Hair Coloring And Related Theory 4
8

Second Year | Fourth Semester

CSME 1547

Principals of Skin Care/Facials and Related Theory

5
CSME 2541 Preparation for the State Licensing Examination* 5
10

TOTAL SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS IN PROGRAM: 35

Notes: *Identifies Capstone course

Instructor Program

The 750 hour Cosmetology Program will provide the student with the training necessary to provide proper instruction and varied classroom situations. Emphasis will be on classroom management, curriculum development, assessment methods and use of media in the classroom.

First Semester

CSME 1435 Orientation to Instruction of Cosmetology 4
CSME 1534 Cosmetology Instructor I 5
9

Second Semester

CSME 2414 Cosmetology Instructor II 4
CSME 2549 Cosmetology Instructor III 5
9

Third Semester

CSME 2445 Instructional Theory and Clinic Operation 4
CSME 2544 Cosmetology Instructor IV* 5
9

 

TOTAL SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS IN PROGRAM: 27

Notes: * Identifies Capstone course