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CIP Code - 120402

Mission

The mission of the Technical Diploma in Barber-Styling is to provide maximum development of the individual thus preparing the student for assimilation into the Barber-Styling business.

Program Description

The Technical Diploma in Barber-Styling diploma is designed to prepare students to work efficiently in the industry of Barber-Styling. This competency-based program includes classroom instruction and practical/lab experience under supervision of the instructor. Practical skills are developed through experience in a school-based, on-site shop which is equipped and managed according to industry standards by the students with instructor supervision. Upon completion of this program, which is approved by the LA State Board of Barber Examiners and meets the 1500-hour requirement, students are eligible to take the LA State Board of Barber Examiners licensure examination.

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this program will be able to:
Demonstrate the knowledge necessary to pass the state Barber-Styling licensure examination.
Exhibit compliance with industry standards regarding safe use of tools, equipment, and materials used in the Barber-Styling industry.
Identify rules and regulations governing the practice of Barber-Styling in the state of Louisiana.
Determine proper and improper shop management and selling techniques.
Exhibit characteristics of entrepreneurs in the Barber-Styling industry.
Exhibit good customer service skills.
Become employed in the Barber-Styling industry.

Gainful Employment

Degree Requirements

 

Course

Course Title

Lec Hrs

Lab Hrs

Tot Cr Hrs

Clock Hrs

ORNT1000

FRESHMAN SEMINAR

1

0

1

15

BARB1110

HISTORY OF BARBERING AND THE PROFESSIONAL IMAGE

2

0

2

30

CPTR1000

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

1

1

2

45

BARB1120

SANITATION, BACTERIOLOGY, SAFETY WITH TOOLS, IMPLEMENTS, AND EQUIPMENT THEORY AND PRACTICE

0

2

2

60

BARB1131

SANITATION, BACTERIOLOGY, SAFETY WITH TOOLS, IMPLEMENTS, AND EQUIPMENT LAB

0

1

1

30

BARB1160

MEN'S/WOMEN'S BASIC HAIRCUTTING/STYLING THEORY & PRACTICE

0

2

2

60

BARB1220

SHAVING, MUSTACHES, AND BEARDS THEORY & PRACTICE

0

1

1

30

BARB1211

BARBER-STYLING LAB I

0

4

4

180

BARB1410

ELECTRICITY AND SAFETY

1

0

1

15

BARB1140

FACIAL MASSAGE AND TREATMENTS THEORY & PRACTICE

0

2

2

60

BARB1150

PROPERTIES/DISORDERS/TREATMENTS OF SKIN, SCALP, & HAIR THEORY AND PRACTICE

0

2

2

60

BARB1231

BARBER-STYLING LAB II

0

2

2

90

BARB1310

PERMANENT WAVING/CHEMICAL HAIR RELAXING THEORY & PRACTICE

0

3

3

90

BARB1321

PERMANENT WAVING/CHEMICAL HAIR RELAXING LAB

0

2

2

60

BARB1350

CHEMISTRY

2

0

2

30

BARB1420

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

1

1

2

45

BARB1430

MEN'S HAIRPIECES THEORY

0

1

1

30

BARB1441

BARBER-STYLING LAB III

0

5

5

225

BARB2630

PROFESSIONALISM FOR BARBER STYLING

1

0

1

15

BARB1330

HAIR COLORING THEORY AND PRACTICE

0

2

2

60

BARB1341

HAIR COLORING LAB

0

2

2

60

BARB2111

BARBER-STYLING SHOP MANAGEMENT AND SALES

0

2

2

60

BARB2120

LA STATE BARBER BOARD REVIEW THEORY

3

0

3

45

BARB2131

LA STATE BARBER BOARD REVIEW LAB

0

4

4

180

JOBS2450

JOB SEEKING SKILLS

2

0

2

30

TD - Barber Styling

53

1605

Optional Elective

CSRV1000

CUSTOMER SERVICE

3

0

3

45

CSRV2000

CUSTOMER SERVICE & SALES

3

0

3

45

ENTP1000

FOUNDATIONS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

3

0

3

45

With approval from the Chief Academic Officer/designee, the following courses may be substituted for any of the above course requirements.

BARB2991

SPECIAL PROJECTS I

0

1

1

30

BARB2993

SPECIAL PROJECTS II

0

2

2

60

BARB2995

SPECIAL PROJECTS III

0

3

3

90

BARB2996

SPECIAL PROJECTS IV

3

0

3

45

BARB2997

PRACTICUM

0

3

3

135

BARB2999

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION

0

3

3

135