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BAR 1003 - Introduction to Hair and Scalp - 1 Credit 

Introduces various types of hair, scalp treatments and shampoos. Focuses on recognition and treatment of disorders of hair and scalp, product knowledge and proper massage techniques to help control these disorders and cleanse the hair and scalp. Covers terminology dealing with hair structure scalp and hair disorders. Training is provided in a lab or classroom setting. No Prerequisite(s)

 

BAR 1007 - Intro/Shaving/Honing/Strop - 1 Credit

Introduces the general principles of shaving to include hair texture, grain of the beard and analysis of the skin. Theory is combined with the practical application of proper shaving procedures and cutting strokes used on the face. No Prerequisite(s)

 

BAR 1008 - Inter/Shaving/Honing/Stropping - 1 Credit 

Focuses on theory and practical training related to mustache and beard designing and trimming. Practical applications are incorporated in specialized classes or in a supervised salon. No Prerequisite(s) 

 

BAR 1010 - Introduction to Hair Coloring - 3 Credits 

Introduces theory pertaining to law of color, theory of color, chemistry of color, product knowledge, and analysis of hair and scalp. Focuses on basic techniques and procedures for the application of hair coloring. No Prerequisite(s) 

 

BAR 1011 - Intermediate Hair Coloring - 2 Credits 

Emphasizes theory and practical application of color products, formulations of color, and level and shades of color. No Prerequisite(s) 

 

BAR 1020 - Introduction to Haircutting - 3 Credits 

Introduces theory relevant to patron protection angles and degree and analysis of hair textures related to hair cutting. Covers proper use and care of hair cutting implements. Introduces basic hair cutting techniques using scissors, razor, clippers, and thinning shears. Training is provided in a classroom or lab setting with students training on mannequins or models.  No Prerequisite(s) 

 

BAR 1021 - Intermediate Haircutting - 3 Credits

Focuses on theory related to facial shapes and head and body forms to determine the appropriate haircut. Practical application of hair cutting techniques are explored in specialized classes or in a supervised salon setting.                       No Prerequisite(s) 

 

BAR 1030 - Introduction fo Hairstyling - 3 Credits 

Combines theory with the practical application of air forming curling iron, finger waving, soft pressing and hard pressing.  No Prerequisite(s)

 

BAR 1031 - Intermediate Hair Styling - 3 Credits 

Focuses on the accepted methods of styling hair, air forming, finger waves, and hair pressing. No Prerequisite(s) 

 

BAR 1040 - Introduction to Permanent Waves & Chemical Relaxers - 3 Credits 

Focuses on the analysis of hair and scalp, proper equipment and product knowledge. Covers basic techniques in permanent waving and chemical relaxing. Incorporates training in a classroom or lab setting on mannequins or models.   No Prerequisite(s) 

 

BAR 1041 - Intermediate Permanent Waves & Chemical Relaxers - 3 Credits 

Focuses on theory and practical application of permanent waves and chemical relaxers in specialized classes or supervised salon setting. Students practice different wrapping techniques that are required by trend styles.               No Prerequisite(s) 

 

 

BAR 1066- Intro to Facial Massage/ Skin Care - 1 Credit 

Emphasizes basic understanding of facial massage manipulations and the study of skin in both practical and theory applications. Covers the benefits derived from proper facial massage and a good skin care routine.                                    No Prerequisite(s) 

 

BAR 1067 - Intermediate Facial Massage/Skin Care - 1 Credit

Focuses on practical application dealing with anatomy, skin disorders, skin types and facial shapes. Students help patrons select proper skin care treatments. No Prerequisite(s)

 

BAR 2003 - Advanced Hair and Scalp 1 Credit 

Focuses on advanced theory and practical training of hair, scalp treatments and shampooing in a supervised salon setting. Advanced techniques prepare the student for employment. Covers student preparation for the State Board Licensing Examination on theory and practical procedures. No Prerequisite(s)

 

BAR 2007 - Advanced Shaving/Honing/Stropping - 1 Credit 

Focuses on advanced training in shaving, honing and stropping. Practical and theory application is completed in specialized classes or supervised clinical training. Student will be prepared for State Board license exam.                      No Prerequisite(s) 

 

BAR 2011 - Advanced Hair Coloring - 3 Credits 

Provides continued instruction in advanced practical techniques for hair coloring with emphasis on recognition of color problems and color correction procedures. Covers advanced techniques and product knowledge to prepare the student for employment. Provides instruction for the State Board Licensing Examination pertaining to hair coloring.  No Prerequisite(s) 

 

BAR 2020 - Advanced Hair Cutting - 3 Credits 

Provides theory and advanced techniques in all phases of hair cutting to ready the student for employment. Covers student preparation for State Board licensing examination on theory and pratical procedures. Training is a combination of supervised work and specialized classes.  No Prerequisite(s) 

 

BAR 2031 - Advanced Hair Styling - 3 Credits 

Focuses on theory and advanced techniques in all phases of hair styling to prepare the student for employment. Training is a combination of supervised salon (clinical) work and specialized classes. Includes student preparation for the State Board Licensing Examination relating to hairstyling.  No Prerequisite(s) 

 

BAR 2041 - Advanced Permanent Waves & Chemical Relaxers - 2 Credits 

Focuses on advanced techniques to prepare the student for employment and examines changes in current industry standards. Provides instruction in specialized classes or a supervised salon setting. Covers student preparation for the State Board Licensing Examination pertaining to permanent waves and relaxers.  No Prerequisite(s) 

 

BAR 2066 - Advanced Facial Massage and Skin Care - 1 Credit 

Emphasizes anatomy, skin disorders, skin types and facial shapes. Students guide patrons on selection of proper skin care treatments. Covers student preparation for State Board licensing examiantion on theory and pratical procedures.  No Prerequisite(s)  

 

 

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