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Wyoming Cosmetology Program

Course Objective:


The cosmetology course provides comprehensive training in hair, skin and nails and is designed to train the student in the necessary skills, safety, proper work habits, business skills, and desirable attitudes needed to obtain licensure and entry level job positions in the field. Occupational possibilities include stylist, platform artist, product educator, salon trainer, salon manager, distributor sales consultant, salon owner.

Cosmetology Course Requirements:


The science of hair, general                                       850 Hours

hairstyling and chemical services                             

The science of nail technology                                  300 Hours
and general nail technology                         


The science of esthetics and                                     450 Hours
general esthetics         


       Total Hours                               1600 Hours

Program Costs:

Application Fee:                                     $100

Tuition:                                                  $17,300

Deluxe Student Kit & book Set:              $2,000

   Total Cost:                               $19,400

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Instructional Methods:


The education you receive is measured in clock hours. The first 15 weeks will consist of theory classroom instruction and mannequin as well as fellow student practice. After successfully completing these requirements, the remaining time will consist of hands-on practice in the student salon, theory classes, and additional practical skill training. The types of methods used to teach this course include demonstrations, interactive lectures, mannequin practice, guest speakers, projects, activities, audio and visual aids, field trips and textbooks.

Standard Occupational Classification Codes- Cosmetology SOC code 39-5012.00

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Standard Occupational Classification Code for Cosmetologist is 39-5012.00.

Perspective students and parents can visit the occupational profile on the Department of Labor’s O*NET website at

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