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This program prepares students for employment in the cosmetology field by teaching the curriculum, skills and work behaviors as set by the Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering. Students practice haircutting and styling, coloring and permanent waving as well as manicuring, pedicuring and performing facials. These skills are practiced in a model salon/lab setting. To become a licensed cosmetologist, students must pass the Oklahoma State Board written and practical exams with a score of at least 75 percent on each exam.
This program prepares students for a rewarding career that shapes the lives of young children. It highlights classroom management along with child development, health, safety and nutrition. Students work with children, ages infant to five-years-old, in community early care and education centers. They create lesson plans that provide fun and instructional activities for the children.