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Certificate of Completion Cosmetology hS Dual Credit – COhS1 Certificate of Completion Cosmetology Student Instructor – SI1 This Certificate Program will provide for 1000 hours of instruction that the High School Dual Credit Student is required to attend. This Program is designed to work with the High School schedule and is based on 16 hours per week, to be completed in 2 years. This program will provide students with an opportunity to learn the basic manipulative and theoretical skills necessary to become a licensed cosmetologist. To earn this certificate, students must have a GED or high school diploma, a valid TDLR Cosmetology Operator License, and successfully complete courses contained in a block taught in three semesters. To earn a certificate, students must successfully complete courses contained in a block unit taught in four semesters. To be eligible for licensing by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, the students must have completed the following courses of study and must show satisfactory completion of the State Administered Examination. FIRST SEMESTER __ CSME 1505 Fundamentals of Cosmetology __ CSME 1254 Artistry of Hair Design I SECOND SEMESTER __ CSME 1410 Introduction to Haircutting & Related Theory __ CSME 1453 Chemical Reformation & Related Theory THIRD SEMESTER __ CSME 1255 Artistry of Hair Design II __ CSME 2401 The Principles of Hair Coloring & Related Theory FOURTH SEMESTER __ CSME 2410 Advanced Haircutting & Related Theory __• CSME 2441 Preparation for the State Licensing Examination Total Semester Credit hours for Certificate SCH 5 2 7 FIRST SEMESTER __ CSME 1435 Orientation to the Instruction of Cosmetology __ CSME 1434 Cosmetology Instructor I SCH 4 4 8 SECOND SEMESTER __ CSME 2414 Cosmetology Instructor II __ CSME 2415 Cosmetology Instructor III THIRD SEMESTER __• CSME 2444 Cosmetology Instructor IV __ CSME 2445 Instructional Theory & Clinic Operation Total Semester Credit hours for Certificate 4 4 8 4 4 8 24 4 4 8 2 4 6 4 4 8 29 Notes: • Students should plan to take indicated capstone course in their last semester and should speak with their advisor prior to registering for the final semester. Core curriculum courses are shown in bold type. If a particular course is not specified, refer to Core Curriculum Options on page. 60. 100

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