Cosmetology, A.A.S.

This degree may be earned only by a student who has completed the JCCC cosmetology certificate program. A student must have 19 additional credits in order to receive a degree from Johnson County Community College. Students who graduated with the certificate prior to conversion to credit hours will receive 45 hours of documented advanced standing credit, which will be placed on the student's record when the application for graduation is filed. Students must also meet JCCC admissions, residency and graduation requirements.

Interested students should contact the JCCC Student Success Center for further information prior to enrollment in the sequence of courses.

Certain courses within this program require a professional liability insurance fee. Students will be notified via their JCCC student e-mail account if they are required to pay a $16 fee. The dollar amount for fees is subject to change.

(Major Code 2090; State CIP Code 12.0401)

Associate of Applied Science Degree

Option 1 - No Professional Licensure

AVCO 110Introduction to Cosmetology*21
AVCO 112Clinical Cosmetology*12
AVCO 114Advanced Cosmetology*12
Total Hours45

OR

Option 2 - With Nail Technology Licensure

AVCO 110Introduction to Cosmetology*21
AVCO 112Clinical Cosmetology*12
AVCO 115Cosmetology with Nail Technology License*12
Total Hours45

OR

Option 3 - With Esthetics Licensure

AVCO 110Introduction to Cosmetology*21
AVCO 112Clinical Cosmetology*12
AVCO 116Cosmetology with Esthetics License*12
Total Hours45

OR

Option 4 - With Both Nail Technology & Esthetics Licensure

AVCO 110Introduction to Cosmetology*21
AVCO 115Cosmetology with Nail Technology License*12
AVCO 116Cosmetology with Esthetics License*12
Total Hours45

General Education Requirements

Electives3
Communication Elective ^3
Humanities Elective ^^3
Social Science and/or Economics Elective ^^^3
Science and/or Math Elective ^^^^3
Health and/or Physical Education Elective +1
ENGL 121Composition I*3
Total Hours19
^

Communication Elective

^^

Humanities Elective

^^^

Social Science and/or Economics Elective

^^^^

Science and/or Math Elective

+

Health and/or Physical Education Elective

Total Program Hours: 64

Courses

AVCO 102   Nail Technology (17 Hours)

This course provides skill instruction in determining nail disorders and care as well as the artistic application of tips, overlays and sculptured nails. Upon successful completion, students are prepared to take the Kansas State Board of Cosmetology onychology examination. 350 contact hrs. For enrollment information, call 913-469-8500 ext. 2390. Enrollment in this course requires that you be current in payment of a professional liability fee of $16.00. This fee is required once per calendar year based on enrollment in selected courses and must be in place prior to the start of classes. Students will be notified via their JCCC student email account if they are required to pay a $16 fee. This course is not federal aid eligible.

AVCO 103   Kansas Cosmetology (45 Hours)

AVCO 110   Introduction to Cosmetology* (21 Hours)

Prerequisites: Selective Admission Approval

This course provides skill instruction in shampooing, cutting, shaping, curling and coloring. Also included is curriculum from Nail Technology and Cosmetology Technician I and II. The first 500 contact hours are in the basic lab and the classroom without client contact. 500 contact hrs. For enrollment information, call 913-469-8500 ext. 2390. Enrollment in this course requires that you be current in payment of a professional liability fee of $16.00. This fee is required once per calendar year based on enrollment in selected courses and must be in place prior to the start of classes. Students will be notified via their JCCC student email account if they are required to pay a $16 fee.

AVCO 112   Clinical Cosmetology* (12 Hours)

Prerequisites: Selective Admission Approval

This course provides continuing skill instruction in shampooing, cutting, shaping, curling and coloring. Included is an introduction to client relations skills and sales promotion techniques. Instruction includes classroom and salon. Total 500 contact hrs. For enrollment and tuition information, call 913-469-8500, ext.2390. Enrollment in this course requires that you be current in payment of a professional liability fee of $16.00. This fee is required once per calendar year based on enrollment in selected courses and must be in place prior to the start of classes. Students will be notified via their JCCC student email account if they are required to pay a $16 fee.

AVCO 114   Advanced Cosmetology* (12 Hours)

Prerequisites: AVCO 110 with a min grade of "C" or higher and selective admission approval

This course provides advanced instruction in shampooing, cutting, shaping, curling and coloring. This course prepares the student for the Kansas State Board of Cosmetology examination. Total. 500 contact hrs. For enrollment and tuition information, call 913-469-8500, ext. 2390. Enrollment in this course requires that you be current in payment of a professional liability fee of $16.00. This fee is required once per calendar year based on enrollment in selected courses and must be in place prior to the start of classes. Students will be notified via their JCCC student email account if they are required to pay a $16 fee.

AVCO 115   Cosmetology with Nail Technology License* (12 Hours)

Prerequisites: AVCO 110 and current Kansas nail technology license

This course provides continuing skill instruction in shampooing, cutting, shaping, curling and coloring hair, as well as skin care and nail technology. Included is an introduction to client relations skills and sales promotion techniques. Instruction includes classroom and salon. Current Kansas Nail Technology license required. 85 lecture hrs, 30 lab hrs, 205 clinical hrs. Enrollment in this course requires that you be current in payment of a professional liability fee of $16.00. This fee is required once per calendar year based on enrollment in selected courses and must be in place prior to the start of classes. Students will be notified via their JCCC student email account if they are required to pay a $16 fee.

AVCO 116   Cosmetology with Esthetics License* (12 Hours)

Prerequisites: AVCO 110 and current Kansas esthetics license

This course provides continuing skill instruction in shampooing, cutting, shaping, curling and coloring, as well as skin care and nail technology. Included is an introduction to client relations skills and sales promotion techniques. Instruction includes classroom and salon. Current Kansas Esthetics license required. 85 hrs. lecture, 30 lab, 235 clinical. Enrollment in this course requires that you be current in payment of a professional liability fee of $16.00. This fee is required once per calendar year based on enrollment in selected courses and must be in place prior to the start of classes. Students will be notified via their JCCC student email account if they are required to pay a $16 fee.

AVCO 212   Cosmetology Instructor Training* (9 Hours)

Prerequisites: Current Kansas Cosmetology, Esthetics or Nail Technology License. Minimum of one year of practice in trained area and selective admission approval

This 300 contact hour course is design to meet the educational requirements for licensure by Kansas Board of Cosmetology for instructors in the cosmetology sciences. Students will attend 40 hours of lecture and participate in 260 hours of observation, clinic supervision, and classroom teaching. Topics covered include instructor characteristics, student motivation, methods and evaluation. 300 contact hrs. For enrollment information call 913-469-8500 ext. 2390. Enrollment in this course requires that you be current in payment of a professional liability fee of $16.00. This fee is required once per calendar year based on enrollment in selected courses and must be in place prior to the start of classes. This course is not federal aid eligible. Students will be notified via their JCCC student email account if they are required to pay a $16 fee.

AVCO 102

  • Title: Nail Technology
  • Number: AVCO 102
  • Effective Term: Fall 2014
  • Credit Hours: 17
  • Contact Hours: 350
  • Lecture Hours: 130
  • Lab Hours: 60
  • Other Hours: 160

Description:

This course provides skill instruction in determining nail disorders and care as well as the artistic application of tips, overlays and sculptured nails. Upon successful completion, students are prepared to take the Kansas State Board of Cosmetology onychology examination. 350 contact hrs. For enrollment information, call 913-469-8500 ext. 2390. Enrollment in this course requires that you be current in payment of a professional liability fee of $16.00. This fee is required once per calendar year based on enrollment in selected courses and must be in place prior to the start of classes. Students will be notified via their JCCC student email account if they are required to pay a $16 fee. This course is not federal aid eligible.

Course Fees:

None

Supplies:

Refer to the instructor's course syllabus for details about any supplies that may be required.

Objectives

  1. Identify a variety of bacteria and other infectious agents.
  2. Identify and perform proper sanitation and disinfection methods used in the salon.
  3. Demonstrate knowledge of the chemicals used in nail technology and how to void overexposure.
  4. Define and discuss the structures and disorders of the nail.
  5. Describe and demonstrate proper manicuring and pedicuring techniques.
  6. Describe and demonstrate proper nail enhancement techniques, including nail tips, nail wraps, acrylic nails and nail art.
  7. Define, discuss and demonstrate professional salon conduct, appearance and ethics.
  8. Identify and demonstrate proper safety measures in the salon.
  9. Define and discuss the structures and disorders of the skin.
  10. Define, discuss and describe the anatomy and physiology of the human body.
  11. Demonstrate an ability to conduct a proper client consultation.
  12. Discuss and describe business aspects of salon operations.
  13. Discuss and demonstrate a knowledge of retail and service sales.
  14. Identify and follow the laws pertaining to the Kansas State Board of Cosmetology.
  15. Demonstrate competency with all elements of the practical exam for the Kansas State Board of Cosmetology examination. 

Content Outline and Competencies:

I. Scientific Concepts
   A. Explain, perform and demonstrate each of the following elements of
proper sanitation:
      1. Personal
      2. Public
      3. Methods
      4. Chemistry
      5. Safety precautions
      6. First aid
   B. Define, discuss and describe the general concepts of chemistry,
including:
      1. Product composition
      2. Chemical safety and OSHA regulations
   C. Define, discuss and describe nails, including:
      1. Structure and composition
      2. Growth and regeneration
      3. Irregularities
      4. Disorders and diseases
   D. Define, discuss and describe the skin, including:
      1. Structure and composition
      2. Growth and regeneration
      3. Disorders and diseases
   E. Identify and describe the structure and function of the muscles,
nerves and blood.

II. Manicuring Skills
   A. Discuss the physical and psychological purpose and effect of
manicuring.
   B. Explain and demonstrate the proper preparation of the basic table
set-up for the various manicuring techniques.
   C. Identify the equipment and implements needed for a manicure and
explain the purpose of each.
   D. Identify the supplies and products needed for a manicure and explain
the purpose of each.
   E. List, describe and demonstrate the correct procedures for the
following:
      1. Basic manicure
      2. Reconditioning treatments
      3. Repair techniques
      4. Hand and arm massage
      5. Application of polish
      6. Pedicures
   F. Identify and discuss special problems and procedures in nail care.
   G. Explain and demonstrate the proper sanitation and safety precautions
in nail care.

III. Artificial Nails
   A. Discuss the physical and psychological purpose and effect of
artificial nails.
   B. Explain and demonstrate the proper preparation of the table set-up.
   C. Identify the equipment and implements needed and explain the purpose
of each.
   D. Identify the supplies and products needed and explain the purpose of
each.
   E. List, describe and demonstrate the correct procedures for the
following:
      1. Sculpturing
      2. Gels
      3. Tipping
      4. Wrapping
      5. Repair techniques
   F. Explain and demonstrate the proper sanitation and safety precautions
in providing artificial nail service.

IV. Business Practices
   A. List the skills necessary to properly manage a salon, including
accounting, tax forms, payroll and staff management.
   B. Describe the factors of salon development, including location,
design and decor and type of ownership.
   C. List the types and benefits of insurance.
   D. Explain the benefits of maintaining client records.
   E. Explain the benefits and rewards of salesmanship, including client
retention, client satisfaction and client service.

V. State Law
   A. Read and follow the rules and regulations pertaining to nail
technology.

Method of Evaluation and Competencies:

Theory Tests – There will be 18 major tests worth 100 points each.
These tests will ordinarily cover readings, class materials and class
notes. Total possible points – 1800.

Participation – Ten practical points are given daily for participation
and application techniques. Class participation is essential. If students
are absent, they will not receive these points. These points cannot be
made up. There will be two major project sheets to be worked on during
class time and clinic floor downtime. These sheets are to be turned in on
the indicated date stated on the worksheet in order to receive credit.
Each project sheet is worth 250 points. Total possible
points – 500.

Professional Presentation, Interpersonal Relations and Sanitation –
There will be 50 points weekly on professionalism and sanitation. (Refer
to Professional Characteristics for Cosmetology in Training Program.) If
students are absent, they will not receive these points. These points are
based on behavior while in the classroom and on the clinic floor. Total
possible points – 500.

Makeup Tests – Tests will be made up by the student immediately upon
return to class. Students will not be able to attend class or other
activities until they have completed the missed tests. It is the
student’s responsibility to contact the instructor to take the test. The
instructor(s) will not be responsible for reminding. If the student does
not take a given test, a zero may be recorded in the instructor’s grade
book.

Quizzes, In-Class Activities – Unannounced quizzes and other short
assignments will be given. These assignments are due the same day they are
assigned and may not be made up. These assignments are worth 10 points
each. Approximate total possible points – 160.

Job and Family – It is the instructor’s duty to inform the student at
every opportunity that this class is more important than a job. Likewise,
family responsibilities do not constitute valid reasons for missing class
or falling behind in class work.

   Exams (Include Workbook)                  30% of grade
   Daily Performance                         25% of grade
   Professional Presentation, Interpersonal 
     Relations and Sanitation                40% of grade
   Quizzes and Other In-Class Assignments     5% of grade
                                            100%
   Grade Criteria:
      A = 94-100%
      B = 88- 93%
      C = 82- 87%
      D = 81- 75%
      F = less than 75%

Grade Criteria:

Caveats:

  1. The credit reflected in this course is for transcript reporting, recording and transfer only. 

Student Responsibilities:

Disabilities:

If you are a student with a disability, and if you will be requesting accommodations, it is your responsibility to contact Access Services. Access Services will recommend any appropriate accommodations to your professor and his/her director. The professor and director will identify for you which accommodations will be arranged.

JCCC provides a range of services to allow persons with disabilities to participate in educational programs and activities. If you desire support services, contact the office of Access Services for Students With Disabilities (913) 469-8500, ext. 3521 or TDD (913) 469-3885. The Access Services office is located in the Success Center on the second floor of the Student Center.

AVCO 103

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AVCO 110

  • Title: Introduction to Cosmetology*
  • Number: AVCO 110
  • Effective Term: Fall 2014
  • Credit Hours: 21
  • Contact Hours: 500
  • Lecture Hours: 300
  • Lab Hours: 200

Requirements:

Prerequisites: Selective Admission Approval

Description:

This course provides skill instruction in shampooing, cutting, shaping, curling and coloring. Also included is curriculum from Nail Technology and Cosmetology Technician I and II. The first 500 contact hours are in the basic lab and the classroom without client contact. 500 contact hrs. For enrollment information, call 913-469-8500 ext. 2390. Enrollment in this course requires that you be current in payment of a professional liability fee of $16.00. This fee is required once per calendar year based on enrollment in selected courses and must be in place prior to the start of classes. Students will be notified via their JCCC student email account if they are required to pay a $16 fee.

Course Fees:

None

Supplies:

Refer to the instructor's course syllabus for details about any supplies that may be required.

Objectives

  1. Demonstrate positive relations and a professional attitude.
  2. Discuss the importance of personal and public hygiene.
  3. Explain how to help prevent the spread of bacteria and identify the methods of sterilization employed in the salon.
  4. Identify and define the professional terms related to hair design and hair culpture.
  5. Demonstrate the correct usage of the various tools of cosmetology used in hair design and hair sculpture.
  6. Demonstrate the methods of preparing the client for cosmetology services.
  7. Demonstrate the proper perming procedures for the various wrapping techniques and activation analysis.
  8. Demonstrate the correct procedure for hair coloring, including consultation, analysis and strand test procedures.
  9. Demonstrate the procedures used for a sodium hydroxide hair relaxer, ammonium thioglycolate hair relaxer, chemical blowout and soft curl permanent and their processes.
  10. Demonstrate the procedures used for skin care and makeup application, including consultation, analysis, and the use of the various products.
  11. Explain and demonstrate the different methods of temporary hair removal.
  12. Explain and demonstrate the procedures used for nail care services, including consultation, analysis and the use of the various products. 

Content Outline and Competencies:

I. Scientific Concepts
   A. Explain and perform each of the following elements of proper
sanitation:
      1. Personal
      2. Public
      3. Methods
      4. Chemistry
      5. Safety precautions
      6. First aid
   B. Define, discuss and describe the general concepts of chemistry,
including:
      1. Product composition
      2. Chemical safety and OSHA regulations
   C. Define, discuss and describe the properties of the hair and scalp,
including:
      1. Structure
      2. Composition
      3. Blood, nerve and muscle supply and their function
      4. Growth and regeneration
      5. Analysis
      6. Conditions and disorders
   D. Define, discuss and describe the skin, including:
      1. Structure
      2. Function
      3. Blood and nerve supply and their function
      4. Conditions
      5. Disorders
   E. Define, discuss and describe the nail, including:
      1. Structure
      2. Composition
      3. Growth and regeneration
      4. Irregularities
      5. Disorders and diseases

II. Physical Services
   A. Shampoos and rinses
      1. Explain the purpose and effects of shampoos and rinses.
      2. List the materials and supplies needed.
      3. List the types of shampoos and describe their features and
benefits.
      4. List the types of rinses and describe their features and
benefits.
      5. Describe and perform the correct procedures for shampooing and
rinsing.
      6. Explain the related chemistry of shampoos and rinses.
      7. Explain and demonstrate proper client protection.
   B. Scalp and hair care
      1. Describe the purpose and effects of scalp and hair care.
      2. List the materials and supplies needed.
      3. List the types of scalp treatments and describe their benefits.
      4. Describe and perform the correct procedures for scalp and hair
care.
      5. Explain and demonstrate the proper safety measures.
      6. Explain the related chemistry of scalp and hair care.
   C. Facials and make-up
      1. Explain the purpose and effect of massage movements.
      2. List the materials, implements and supplies needed.
      3. Identify and explain the facial nerves and muscles.
      4. Describe and perform the correct procedures for facials and
make-up.
      5. Explain the related chemistry of facials and make-up.
      6. Discuss the physical and psychological effects of make-up.
      7. Define and discuss hair removal techniques.
      8. Define and discuss the proper technique for eyebrow arching.
      9. Define and discuss the proper procedure for lash and brow
tinting.
     10. Explain and demonstrate the proper safety precautions.
   D. Manicuring
      1. Describe the purpose and effects of manicuring.
      2. List the equipment, supplies and implements needed.
      3. Describe and perform the correct procedures.
      4. Explain the related chemistry of manicuring.
      5. Explain and demonstrate the proper safety precautions.
   E. Artificial nails
      1. Describe the purpose and effects of artificial nails.
      2. List the equipment, supplies and implements needed.
      3. Describe and perform the correct procedures.
      4. Explain the related chemistry of artificial nails.
      5. Explain and demonstrate the proper safety precautions.

III. Chemical Services
   A. Hair coloring
      1. Describe the purpose and effects of hair coloring.
      2. List the materials and supplies needed.
      3. Explain the importance of a scalp and hair analysis.
      4. List and discuss the classifications or types of hair color.
      5. Analyze and determine the factors necessary for proper color
selection.
      6. Describe and perform the correct application procedures.
      7. List and discuss the corrective measures available.
      8. List, select and apply the proper fillers and conditioners.
      9. List and demonstrate the procedures for removal of artificial
color.
     10. Explain and demonstrate the proper techniques for special effects
coloring.
     11. Explain the related chemistry of hair coloring.
     12. Explain and demonstrate the proper safety precautions.
   B. Hair lightening
      1. Describe the purpose and effects of hair lightening.
      2. List the materials and supplies needed.
      3. Explain the importance of a scalp and hair analysis.
      4. List and discuss the classifications or types of hair
lighteners.
      5. Analyze and determine the factors necessary for proper lightener
selection.
      6. Describe and perform the correct application procedures.
      7. List and discuss the corrective measures available.
      8. List, select and apply the proper fillers and conditioners.
      9. List and demonstrate the procedures for removal of artificial
color.
     10. Explain and demonstrate the proper techniques for special effects
lightening.
     11. Explain the related chemistry of hair lightening.
     12. Explain and demonstrate the proper safety precautions.
   C. Chemical waving
      1. Describe the purpose and effects of chemical waving.
      2. List the materials and supplies needed.
      3. Explain the importance of scalp and hair analysis.
      4. Identify the chemical classifications and explain when each is
used.
      5. Describe and perform the correct procedures.
      6. Explain and demonstrate the special effects of various wrapping
techniques.
      7. Define and discuss special hair problems.
      8. Explain the related chemistry of chemical waving.
      9. Explain and demonstrate the proper safety measures.
   D. Chemical relaxing
      1. Describe the purpose and effects of chemical relaxing.
      2. List the materials and supplies needed.
      3. Explain the importance of scalp and hair analysis.
      4. Identify the chemical classifications and explain when each is
used.
      5. Describe and perform the correct procedures.
      6. Define and discuss special hair problems.
      7. Explain the related chemistry of chemical relaxing.
      8. Explain and demonstrate the proper safety measures.

IV. Hair Designing
   A. Hair shaping
      1. Discuss the physical and psychological purpose and effects of
hair sculpting.
      2. List the materials, supplies and implements needed.
      3. Explain and demonstrate the basic techniques using razor, shears,
clippers and tapering shears.
      4. Perform designing techniques, including detailing, tapering,
slicing and point cutting.
      5. Explain and demonstrate the proper safety measures.
   B. Hair styling
      1. Discuss the physical and psychological purpose and effects of
hair styling.
      2. List the materials and supplies needed.
      3. Demonstrate the proper finger waving and shaping techniques.
      4. Demonstrate the proper curl formation, including:
         a. Pincurls
         b. Complete pincurl sets
         c. Complete pincurl and wave
         d. Rollers
         e. Complete roller sets
      5. Demonstrate the proper comb-out techniques.
   C. Thermal techniques
      1. Perform the proper hair and scalp analysis.
      2. List and describe the materials, supplies and implements needed.
      3. Define and demonstrate the proper hair pressing procedures.
      4. Define and demonstrate the various thermal curling and waving
techniques, including:
         a. Iron curling
         b. Electric curling
         c. Curling iron sets
         d. Air waving
         e. Blow dry styling
      5. Explain and demonstrate the proper safety measures.
   D. Explain the care and styling of hair pieces.

V. Business Practices
   A. List the skills necessary to properly manage a salon, including
accounting, tax forms, payroll
and staff management.
   B. Describe the factors of salon development, including location,
design and decor and type of
ownership.
   C. List the types and benefits of insurance.
   D. Explain the benefits of maintaining client records.
   E. Explain the benefits and rewards of salesmanship, including client
retention, client satisfaction
and client service.

VI. State Law
   A. Read and follow the rules and regulations pertaining to
cosmetology.
        
VII. Student Specific Needs
   A. Identify specific career interests.

Method of Evaluation and Competencies:

Theory Test – There will be 15 major tests worth 100 points each.
These tests will ordinarily cover both readings and class material. There
will also be one People Skills test. Total possible points – 1600.

Participation – Ten practical points are given daily for class
participation and application techniques. Class participation is
essential. If students are absent, they will not receive these points.
These points cannot be made up. Total possible points – 800.

Professional Presentation, Interpersonal Relations and Sanitation –
There will be 50 points given weekly on professionalism and sanitation.
(Refer to Professional Characteristics for Cosmetology in Training
Program.) If students are absent, they will not receive these points.
These points are based on behavior while in the classroom and on the
clinic floor. Total possible points – 800.

Makeup Test – Tests will be made up by the student immediately upon
return to class. Students will not be able to attend class or other
activities until they have completed the missed tests. It is the
student’s responsibility to contact the instructor to take tests; the
instructor(s) will not be responsible for reminding. If a student does not
take a given test, a zero may be recorded in the instructor’s grade
book.

Quizzes, In-Class Activities – Unannounced quizzes and other short
assignments will be given. These assignments are due the same day they are
assigned and may not be made up. These assignments may be worth 10-100
points each.

Job and Family – It is the instructor’s duty to inform the student at
every opportunity that this class is “more important” than a job.
Likewise, family responsibilities do not constitute valid reasons for
missing class or falling behind in class work.


   Exams (Include Workbook)                  30%
   Daily Performance                         25%
   Professional Presentation, Interpersonal 
      Relations and Sanitation               40%
   Quizzes and Other In-Class Assignments     5%

   Grading Scale for the Course
      A = 94-100%
      B = 88- 93%
      C = 82- 87%
      D = 81- 75%
      F = less than 75%

Grade Criteria:

Caveats:

  1. The credit reflected in this course is for transcript reporting, recording and transfer only. 

Student Responsibilities:

Disabilities:

If you are a student with a disability, and if you will be requesting accommodations, it is your responsibility to contact Access Services. Access Services will recommend any appropriate accommodations to your professor and his/her director. The professor and director will identify for you which accommodations will be arranged.

JCCC provides a range of services to allow persons with disabilities to participate in educational programs and activities. If you desire support services, contact the office of Access Services for Students With Disabilities (913) 469-8500, ext. 3521 or TDD (913) 469-3885. The Access Services office is located in the Success Center on the second floor of the Student Center.

AVCO 112

  • Title: Clinical Cosmetology*
  • Number: AVCO 112
  • Effective Term: Fall 2014
  • Credit Hours: 12
  • Contact Hours: 500
  • Lecture Hours: 85
  • Lab Hours: 30
  • Other Hours: 385

Requirements:

Prerequisites: Selective Admission Approval

Description:

This course provides continuing skill instruction in shampooing, cutting, shaping, curling and coloring. Included is an introduction to client relations skills and sales promotion techniques. Instruction includes classroom and salon. Total 500 contact hrs. For enrollment and tuition information, call 913-469-8500, ext.2390. Enrollment in this course requires that you be current in payment of a professional liability fee of $16.00. This fee is required once per calendar year based on enrollment in selected courses and must be in place prior to the start of classes. Students will be notified via their JCCC student email account if they are required to pay a $16 fee.

Course Fees:

None

Supplies:

Refer to the instructor's course syllabus for details about any supplies that may be required.

Objectives

  1. Demonstrate the correct procedure for hair coloring, including consultation, analysis and strand test procedure.
  2. Explain the principles of color theory, and relate their importance to hair coloring.
  3. Explain the activity of hydrogen peroxide in hair coloring.
  4. Explain the uses of hair lighteners, and give examples of when each type of lightener would be preferred.
  5. Demonstrate the single and double process tint application.
  6. Discuss the basic chemistry and action of hair color.
  7. Define the functions of human cells.
  8. Describe the various types of tissues, structures and functions of the human body.
  9. Describe the structure and composition of the skin.
  10. List the functions of the skin.
  11. Define important terms relating to skin disorders.
  12. Discuss which skin disorders may be handled in the beauty salon and which should be referred to a physician.
  13. Discuss the principles and practices of good selling.
  14. Review and understand hair sculpture, chemical waving, chemical relaxing, thermal styling, and hair design.
  15. Demonstrate competency on all elements of the State Board Practice Exam.  

Content Outline and Competencies:

Method of Evaluation and Competencies:

Theory Test – There will be nine major tests worth 100 points each.
These tests will ordinarily cover both readings and class material. The
final exam will be a comprehensive final examination over the Milady’s
Cosmetology Textbook, worth 100 points. There will also be one People
Skills test. Total possible points – 1100.

Participation – There will be 16 major practical assignments given
during Practical Lab. These assignments are worth 50 points each. They are
expected to be completed and turned in at the end of Practical Lab on
Tuesday of that week at noon in order to receive credit for the
assignment. The student will be given a Project Sheet to be worked on
during clinic floor downtime. These sheets are expected to be turned in on
indicated date stated on the work sheet in order to receive credit. Each
Project Sheet is worth 100 points. Possible points – 1200.

Professional Presentation, Interpersonal Relations and Sanitation –
There will be 50 points given weekly on professionalism and sanitation.
(Refer to Professional Characteristics for Cosmetology In Training
Program.) If students are absent, they will not receive these points.
These points are based on behavior while in the classroom and on the
clinic floor. Total possible points – 800.

Makeup Test – Tests will be made up by the student immediately upon
return to class. Students will not be able to attend class or other
activities until they have complete the missed tests. It is the
student’s responsibility to contact the instructor to take tests; the
instructor(s) will not be responsible for reminding. If the student does
not take a given test, a zero may be recorded in the instructor’s grade
book.

Makeup Practical Lab – If students are absent, they must turn in any
assignments that were due during the time of their absence immediately
upon their return to the program. It is the student’s responsibility to
find out what assignments have been missed while absent and to have them
completed in the allotted time stated by the instructor(s). It is expected
that all work assignments be handed in on time. Late practical assignments,
be they short or long assignments, will lose one letter of their final
grade each day beyond the due dates.

Quizzes, In-Class Activities – Unannounced quizzes and other short
assignments will be given. These assignments are due the same day they are
assigned and may not be made up. These assignments may be worth 10-100
points each.

   Exams (Include Workbook)                  30% of grade
   Daily Performance                         25% of grade
   Professional Presentation, Interpersonal 
      Relations and Sanitation               40% of grade
   Quizzes and Other In-Class Assignments     5% of grade
                                            100%
   Grade Criteria:
      A = 94-100%
      B = 88-93%
      C = 82-87%
      D = 81-75%
      F = less than 75%

Grade Criteria:

Caveats:

  1. The credit reflected in this course is for transcript reporting, recording and transfer only. 

Student Responsibilities:

Disabilities:

If you are a student with a disability, and if you will be requesting accommodations, it is your responsibility to contact Access Services. Access Services will recommend any appropriate accommodations to your professor and his/her director. The professor and director will identify for you which accommodations will be arranged.

JCCC provides a range of services to allow persons with disabilities to participate in educational programs and activities. If you desire support services, contact the office of Access Services for Students With Disabilities (913) 469-8500, ext. 3521 or TDD (913) 469-3885. The Access Services office is located in the Success Center on the second floor of the Student Center.

AVCO 114

  • Title: Advanced Cosmetology*
  • Number: AVCO 114
  • Effective Term: Fall 2014
  • Credit Hours: 12
  • Contact Hours: 500
  • Lecture Hours: 85
  • Lab Hours: 30
  • Other Hours: 385

Requirements:

Prerequisites: AVCO 110 with a min grade of "C" or higher and selective admission approval

Description:

This course provides advanced instruction in shampooing, cutting, shaping, curling and coloring. This course prepares the student for the Kansas State Board of Cosmetology examination. Total. 500 contact hrs. For enrollment and tuition information, call 913-469-8500, ext. 2390. Enrollment in this course requires that you be current in payment of a professional liability fee of $16.00. This fee is required once per calendar year based on enrollment in selected courses and must be in place prior to the start of classes. Students will be notified via their JCCC student email account if they are required to pay a $16 fee.

Course Fees:

None

Supplies:

Refer to the instructor's course syllabus for details about any supplies that may be required.

Objectives

  1. Identify and follow the laws pertaining to the Kansas State Board of Cosmetology.
  2. Review all aspects of cosmetology theory and practical.
  3. Demonstrate competency with all elements of the practical exam for the Kansas State Board of Cosmetology examination.
  4. Understand and apply people skills for interpersonal relations with clients and professionally deal with clients to achieve desired goals.
  5. List essential business facts needed before opening a beauty salon.
  6. Discuss financial considerations involved in operating a beauty salon.
  7. Explain the importance of maintaining accurate business records.
  8. Explain the importance of good business operation and personal management.
  9. Explain the importance of advertising. 

Content Outline and Competencies:

Method of Evaluation and Competencies:

Theory Tests - Tests will be announced in class one week prior to the
test date. These tests will cover both reading and class material.

Participation - Practical points are given daily for class participation
and application techniques. Your class participation is essential. If
students are absent, they will not receive these points. These points
cannot be made up.

Professional Presentation, Interpersonal Relations and Sanitation - 50
points are earned weekly on professionalism and sanitation. If students
are absent, they will not receive these points. These points are based on
your behavior while in the classroom and on the clinic floor.

Makeup tests will be made up by the student immediately upon return to
class. You will not be able to attend class or other activities until you
have completed the missed tests. It is your responsibility to contact the
instructor to take tests; the instructor(s) will not be responsible for
reminding you. If you do not take a given test, a zero may be recorded in
the instructor's grade book.

Makeup Practical Lab - If you have been absent, you must turn in any
assignments that were due during the time of your absence immediately upon
your return to the program. It is your responsibility to find out what
assignments you may have missed while you were absent and to have them
completed in the allotted time stated by the instructor(s). It is expected
that all work assignments be handed in on time. Late practical assignments,
be they short or long assignments, will lose one letter grade of their
final grade each day beyond the due date.

Quizzes, In-class Assignments - Unannounced quizzes and other short
assignments will be given. These assignments are due the same day they are
assigned and may not be made up. These assignments may be worth 10-100
points each.

Your Job and Family - It is the instructor's duty to inform you at every
opportunity that this class is "more important than your job." Likewise,
family responsibilities do not constitute valid reasons for missing class
or falling behind in your work.

The instructor reserves the right to alter, as necessary, this syllabus
and to make announced changes in daily plans. Any announcements made in
class regarding assignments automatically supersede the published program
of the Daily Plan. If you miss class, it is your responsibility to find
out about announced changes.

Exams                                                              30%
Daily Performance                                                  25%
Professional Presentation, Interpersonal Relations, and Sanitation 40%
Quizzes and other In-class Assignments                             05%

Grading Scale for the Course
   A = 94-100%
   B = 88- 93%
   C = 82- 87%
   D = 75- 81%
   F = Less than 75%

Break Down of Grading System
   Exams (30%)
   Daily Performance (25%)
   Professional Presentation, Interpersonal Relations and Sanitation
(40%)
   Quizzes and In-class Assignments (05%)

This is an approximate grading system. It will fluctuate when quizzes and
in-class assignments are added into the grading scale.

Grade Criteria:

Caveats:

  1. The credit reflected in this course is for transcript reporting, recording and transfer only. 

Student Responsibilities:

Disabilities:

If you are a student with a disability, and if you will be requesting accommodations, it is your responsibility to contact Access Services. Access Services will recommend any appropriate accommodations to your professor and his/her director. The professor and director will identify for you which accommodations will be arranged.

JCCC provides a range of services to allow persons with disabilities to participate in educational programs and activities. If you desire support services, contact the office of Access Services for Students With Disabilities (913) 469-8500, ext. 3521 or TDD (913) 469-3885. The Access Services office is located in the Success Center on the second floor of the Student Center.

AVCO 115

  • Title: Cosmetology with Nail Technology License*
  • Number: AVCO 115
  • Effective Term: Fall 2014
  • Credit Hours: 12
  • Contact Hours: 320
  • Lecture Hours: 85
  • Lab Hours: 30
  • Other Hours: 205

Requirements:

Prerequisites: AVCO 110 and current Kansas nail technology license

Description:

This course provides continuing skill instruction in shampooing, cutting, shaping, curling and coloring hair, as well as skin care and nail technology. Included is an introduction to client relations skills and sales promotion techniques. Instruction includes classroom and salon. Current Kansas Nail Technology license required. 85 lecture hrs, 30 lab hrs, 205 clinical hrs. Enrollment in this course requires that you be current in payment of a professional liability fee of $16.00. This fee is required once per calendar year based on enrollment in selected courses and must be in place prior to the start of classes. Students will be notified via their JCCC student email account if they are required to pay a $16 fee.

Course Fees:

None

Supplies:

Refer to the instructor's course syllabus for details about any supplies that may be required.

Objectives

  1. Apply the correct procedure for hair coloring, including consultation, analysis and strand test procedure.
  2. Explain the principles of color theory, and relate their importance to hair coloring.
  3. Differentiate the uses of hair lighteners, and give examples of when each type of lightener would be preferred.
  4. Demonstrate the single and double process tint application.
  5. Define the functions of human cells.
  6. Describe the various types of tissues, structures and functions of the human body.
  7. Discuss the structure and composition of the skin.
  8. List the functions of the skin.
  9. Define important terms relating to skin disorders.
  10. Distinguish which skin disorders may be handled in the beauty salon and which should be referred to a physician.
  11. Express the principles and practices of good selling.
  12. Review and understand hair sculpture, chemical waving, chemical relaxing, thermal styling, and hair design.
  13. Demonstrate competency on all elements of the State Board Practice Exam.  

Content Outline and Competencies:

I. Scientific Concepts
   A. Discuss and perform each of the proper sanitation elements.
   B. Distinguish between general concepts of chemistry.
   C. Differentiate the properties of the hair and scalp.
   D. Evaluate the skin including disorders.
   E. Evaluate the nail including disorders.

II. Physical Services
   A. Perform the correct procedures for shampooing and rinsing.
   B. Apply the correct procedures for scalp and hair care.
   C. Demonstrate the correct procedures for facials, waxing, and
make-up.
   D. Use the correct manicuring procedures.
   E. Practice the correct artificial nail procedures.

III. Chemical Services
   A. Formulate the correct application and procedures for hair coloring
and hair lightening.
   B. Apply the correct procedures for chemical waving.
   C. Practice the correct procedures for chemical relaxing.

IV. Hair Designing
   A. Explain and demonstrate the basic techniques using razor, shears,
clippers and tapering shears.  Perform designing techniques, including
detailing, tapering, slicing and point cutting.
   B. Practice the proper hair styling techniques.
   C. Define and demonstrate the various thermal curling and waving
techniques.
   D. Explain the care and styling of hair pieces.
   E. Demonstrate proper application of hair extensions.
 

V. Business Practices
   A. Explain the skills necessary to properly manage a salon, including
accounting, selling, tax forms, payroll, and staff management.  
   B. Describe the factors of salon development, including location,
design and decor and type of ownership.
   C. Read and employ the rules and regulations pertaining to cosmetology
state law.
   D. Student specific needs are identified for specific career
interests.

Method of Evaluation and Competencies:

Exams (Include in Workbook)                50% of grade
Daily Performance, Professional 
Presentation, Interpersonal Relations
and Sanitation                          40% of grade
Quizzes and Other In-Class Assignments  10% of grade
                                        100%
   Grade Criteria:
      A = 94-100%
      B = 88-93%
      C = 82-87%
      D = 81-75%
      F = less than 75%

Grade Criteria:

Caveats:

  1. The credit reflected in this course is for transcript reporting, recording and transfer only. 

Student Responsibilities:

Disabilities:

If you are a student with a disability, and if you will be requesting accommodations, it is your responsibility to contact Access Services. Access Services will recommend any appropriate accommodations to your professor and his/her director. The professor and director will identify for you which accommodations will be arranged.

JCCC provides a range of services to allow persons with disabilities to participate in educational programs and activities. If you desire support services, contact the office of Access Services for Students With Disabilities (913) 469-8500, ext. 3521 or TDD (913) 469-3885. The Access Services office is located in the Success Center on the second floor of the Student Center.

AVCO 116

  • Title: Cosmetology with Esthetics License*
  • Number: AVCO 116
  • Effective Term: Fall 2014
  • Credit Hours: 12
  • Contact Hours: 350
  • Lecture Hours: 85
  • Lab Hours: 235
  • Other Hours: 30

Requirements:

Prerequisites: AVCO 110 and current Kansas esthetics license

Description:

This course provides continuing skill instruction in shampooing, cutting, shaping, curling and coloring, as well as skin care and nail technology. Included is an introduction to client relations skills and sales promotion techniques. Instruction includes classroom and salon. Current Kansas Esthetics license required. 85 hrs. lecture, 30 lab, 235 clinical. Enrollment in this course requires that you be current in payment of a professional liability fee of $16.00. This fee is required once per calendar year based on enrollment in selected courses and must be in place prior to the start of classes. Students will be notified via their JCCC student email account if they are required to pay a $16 fee.

Course Fees:

None

Supplies:

Refer to the instructor's course syllabus for details about any supplies that may be required.

Objectives

  1. Apply the correct procedure for hair coloring, including consultation, analysis and strand test procedure.
  2. Explain the principles of color theory, and relate their importance to hair coloring.
  3. Differentiate the uses of hair lighteners, and give examples of when each type of lightener would be preferred.
  4. Demonstrate the single and double process tint application.
  5. Define the functions of human cells.
  6. Describe the various types of tissues, structures and functions of the human body.
  7. Discuss the structure and composition of the skin.
  8. List the functions of the skin.
  9. Define important terms relating to skin disorders.
  10. Distinguish which skin disorders may be handled in the beauty salon and which should be referred to a physician.
  11. Express the principles and practices of good selling.
  12. Review and understand hair sculpture, chemical waving, chemical relaxing, thermal styling, and hair design.
  13. Demonstrate competency on all elements of the State Board Practice Exam.  

Content Outline and Competencies:

I. Scientific Concepts
   A. Discuss and perform each of the proper sanitation elements.
   B. Distinguish between general concepts of chemistry.
   C. Differentiate the properties of the hair and scalp.
   D. Evaluate the skin including disorders.
   E. Evaluate the nail including disorders.

II. Physical Services
   A. Perform the correct procedures for shampooing and rinsing.
   B. Apply the correct procedures for scalp and hair care.
   C. Demonstrate the correct procedures for facials, waxing, and
make-up.
   D. Use the correct manicuring procedures.
   E. Practice the correct artificial nail procedures.

III. Chemical Services
   A. Formulate the correct application and procedures for hair coloring
and hair lightening.
   C. Apply the correct procedures for chemical waving.
   D. Practice the correct procedures for chemical relaxing.

IV. Hair Designing
   A. Explain and demonstrate the basic techniques using razor, shears,
clippers and tapering shears.  Perform designing techniques, including
detailing, tapering, slicing and point cutting.
   B. Practice the proper hair styling techniques.
   C. Define and demonstrate the various thermal curling and waving
techniques.
   D. Explain the care and styling of hair pieces.
   E. Demonstrate proper application of hair extensions.

V. Business Practices
   A. Explain the skills necessary to properly manage a salon, including
accounting, selling, tax forms, payroll, and staff management.  
   B. Describe the factors of salon development, including location,
design and decor and type of ownership.
   C. Read and employ the rules and regulations pertaining to cosmetology
state law.
   D. Student specific needs are identified for specific career
interests.

Method of Evaluation and Competencies:

Exams (Include Workbook)           50% of grade
Daily Performance, Professional 
Presentation, Interpersonal Relations
and Sanitation                          40% of grade
Quizzes and Other In-Class Assignments  10% of grade
                                        100%
   Grade Criteria:
      A = 94-100%
      B = 88-93%
      C = 82-87%
      D = 81-75%
      F = less than 75%

Grade Criteria:

Caveats:

  1. The credit reflected in this course is for transcript reporting, recording and transfer only. 

Student Responsibilities:

Disabilities:

If you are a student with a disability, and if you will be requesting accommodations, it is your responsibility to contact Access Services. Access Services will recommend any appropriate accommodations to your professor and his/her director. The professor and director will identify for you which accommodations will be arranged.

JCCC provides a range of services to allow persons with disabilities to participate in educational programs and activities. If you desire support services, contact the office of Access Services for Students With Disabilities (913) 469-8500, ext. 3521 or TDD (913) 469-3885. The Access Services office is located in the Success Center on the second floor of the Student Center.

AVCO 212

  • Title: Cosmetology Instructor Training*
  • Number: AVCO 212
  • Effective Term: Fall 2014
  • Credit Hours: 9
  • Contact Hours: 300
  • Lecture Hours: 40
  • Other Hours: 260

Requirements:

Prerequisites: Current Kansas Cosmetology, Esthetics or Nail Technology License. Minimum of one year of practice in trained area and selective admission approval

Description:

This 300 contact hour course is design to meet the educational requirements for licensure by Kansas Board of Cosmetology for instructors in the cosmetology sciences. Students will attend 40 hours of lecture and participate in 260 hours of observation, clinic supervision, and classroom teaching. Topics covered include instructor characteristics, student motivation, methods and evaluation. 300 contact hrs. For enrollment information call 913-469-8500 ext. 2390. Enrollment in this course requires that you be current in payment of a professional liability fee of $16.00. This fee is required once per calendar year based on enrollment in selected courses and must be in place prior to the start of classes. This course is not federal aid eligible. Students will be notified via their JCCC student email account if they are required to pay a $16 fee.

Course Fees:

None

Supplies:

Refer to the instructor's course syllabus for details about any supplies that may be required.

Objectives

  1. Recognize the qualities and characteristics of an educator
  2. Develop a dynamic program of study
  3. Demonstrate presentation techniques
  4. Demonstrate results-oriented classroom techniques
  5. Develop PowerPoint presentations
  6. Implement student evaluation and testing methods 

Content Outline and Competencies:

I. The professional teacher (20 hours) 
   A. Define desired characteristics and demonstrate professional
behavior.
   B. Plan the curriculum for a course.
   C. Prepare lesson plans, including objectives, outline and student
activities. 
   D. Demonstrate each step of teaching, including preparation,
presentation, application, and testing.

II. Student motivation and learning (40 hours) 
   A. Display an understanding of the laws relating to the learning
process in Cosmetology.
   B. Identify theories of motivation and discuss their application in a
classroom setting as well as on the clinic floor. 
   C. Discuss student learning styles and individual differences in
students.

III. Methods, management and materials (150 hours) 
   A. Identify methods, procedures and techniques of teaching (e.g.,
lectures and discussion, demonstrations, practice activities, inquiry
techniques) and their implementation in a classroom.
   B. Explain the effects of the physical environment on classroom
management.
   C. Describe and use techniques for student discipline, class
supervision, and corrective measures.
   D. Demonstrate the correct usage of various A- V materials and teaching
aids.

IV. Testing and evaluation (60 hours) 
   A. Define the purpose of testing.
   B. Compare and contrast Performance, written and standardized tests,
and demonstrate each.

V. Evaluation (30) 
   A. Identify methods for establishing general student abilities and
student achievement.
   B. Identify methods for teacher evaluation, including student feedback
and standardized forms.

Method of Evaluation and Competencies:

Projects/Assignments/Observations = 100% of grade 
Grade Criteria: 
Pass = 80% or higher 
Fail = less than 80% 

Grade Criteria:

Caveats:

  1. The contact hours for this course are not applicable toward any degree or certificate at JCCC other than a Certificate of Completion.
  2. Flexible hours, including some evenings and Saturdays, are required of the students in order to complete the lab portion of the course.
  3. The credit reflected in this course is for transcript reporting, recording and transfer only.

Student Responsibilities:

Disabilities:

If you are a student with a disability, and if you will be requesting accommodations, it is your responsibility to contact Access Services. Access Services will recommend any appropriate accommodations to your professor and his/her director. The professor and director will identify for you which accommodations will be arranged.

JCCC provides a range of services to allow persons with disabilities to participate in educational programs and activities. If you desire support services, contact the office of Access Services for Students With Disabilities (913) 469-8500, ext. 3521 or TDD (913) 469-3885. The Access Services office is located in the Success Center on the second floor of the Student Center.