Barbering

Classes

BAR 108 : INTRODUCTION TO BARBERING

Introduction to Barbering Lab This course provides an orientation to professional barber styling. Topics include learning skills, history of barbering, professional image, microbiology, safety infection control, implements and tools, razor shaving properties and disorders of hair and scalp, and the treatment of hair.

credits

3

Corequisites

BAR 111

BAR 109 : BACTERIOLOGY AND SANITATION

Orientation to Barbering and BAR 111 Introduction to Barbering Lab This course provides the theory of bacteriology and sanitation. Topics include the types of bacteria and sanitation procedures, and razor shaving. Upon completion, the student should be able to identify types of bacteria and methods of sanitation.

credits

3

Corequisites

BAR 110

BAR 110 : ORIENTATION TO BARBERING

Bacteriology and Sanitation and BAR 111 Introduction to Barbering Lab This course provides an orientation to professional barber styling. Topics include professional image, basic fundamentals, and the history of barber-styling. Upon completion, the student should be able to identify the core concepts of the profession.

credits

3

Corequisites

BAR 109

BAR 111 : INTRODUCTION TO BARBERING LAB

This course provides practical application of barber-styling fundamentals. Emphasis is placed on safety, infection control, the use and care of implements, treatment of hair, and razor shaving. Upon completion, the student will demonstrate proper infection control, hair care, and use of implements.

credits

3

Corequisites

BAR 108 Introduction to Barbering

BAR 112 : SCIENCE OF BARBERING

This course introduces the student to the basic science of barber-styling. Topics include anatomy/physiology, disorders and treatments of the skin, scalp, and hair, the theory of facial and scalp massage. Upon completion, the student should be familiar with the anatomical structures, as well as disorders and treatments of the skin, scalp, and hair.

credits

3

Corequisites

BAR 113 Fundamentals of Barbering Applications

BAR 113 : FUNDAMENTALS OF BARBERING APPLICATIONS

This course provides practical application of barber fundamentals learned in earlier courses. Emphasis is placed on safety, facial massage, treatment of hair and scalp, proper use and care of implements, shampooing and haircutting, and razor shaving. Upon completion, the student should be able to perform fundamental barbering techniques with limited supervision.

credits

3

Corequisites

BAR 112 Science of Barbering

BAR 114 : BARBER-STYLING LAB

This course provides students with the opportunity to demonstrate skills in hair care, hair cutting, and facial massage. Emphasis is placed on safety and infection control.

credits

3

BAR 115 : CUTTING AND STYLING TECHNIQUES

This course provides practical experience in basic scissor and clipper haircutting. Upon completion, the student will be able to cut and style a client’s hair, demonstrating correct scissor and clipper cutting and styling techniques.

credits

3

BAR 120 : PROPERTIES OF CHEMISTRY

This course provides the student with a basic knowledge of chemicals used in barber-styling. Topics include the changes produced in the hair and skin through exposure to chemicals, electricity, and special light spectrums. Upon completion, the student should understand the proper use of implements and chemicals to treat hair and skin.

credits

3

BAR 121 : CHEMICAL HAIR PROCESSING

This course provides students with opportunities to apply the use of chemicals to alter the appearance of hair. Emphasis is placed on the use of chemicals to relax, wave, and soft curl and hair. Upon completion, students will be competent in the use of chemicals to produce desired structure changes to the hair.

credits

3

BAR 122 : HAIR COLORING CHEMISTRY

This course provides the student with a basic knowledge of hair color alteration. Topics include temporary, semi-permanent, and permanent changes. Upon completion, the student should be able to identify and explain the procedures for each classification of hair color alteration.

credits

3

BAR 124 : HAIR COLORING METHODOLOGY LAB

This course provides the student an opportunity for practical application of all classifications of chemical hair coloring and processing products in a supervised environment. Emphasis is placed on experience in all classifications of hair coloring and processing procedures.

credits

3

BAR 130 : MARKETING AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

This course provides the student with marketing and management skills that are essential for successful salon management. Topics include first aid, job search, bookkeeping, selling techniques, shop floor plans, shop location, and legal regulations. Upon completion, the student should be aware of marketing and business management requirements for a successful salon.

credits

3

BAR 132 : STYLING AND DESIGN

This course introduces the student to the art of hair style and design. Topics include the selection of styles to create a mood or compliment facial features as well as hair replacement and hair pieces. Upon completion, the student should know the principals of style and design.

credits

3

BAR 133 : STYLING AND MANAGEMENT

This course includes hair styling and management procedure. Emphasis is placed on styling, management, marketing, and legal regulations. Upon completion, the student should be able to integrate a variety of skills and be ready to begin an internship in a salon setting.

credits

3

BAR 140 : PRACTICUM

This course provides the student an opportunity to combine knowledge and skill covering all aspects of barber-styling in a professional setting or school lab with minimal supervision. Emphasis is placed on utilization of the knowledge and technical skills covered in the barbering-styling curriculum. Upon completion the student should be able to function in a professional setting with very little assistance.

credits

2

BAR 141 : PRACTICUM

This course provides the student an additional opportunity to combine knowledge and skill covering all aspects of barber-styling in a professional setting or school lab with minimal supervision. Emphasis is placed on utilization of the knowledge and technical skills covered in the barbering-styling curriculum. Upon completion the student should function in a professional setting as a productive employee or manager.

credits

2

BAR 143 : STATE BOARD REVIEW

Students are provided a complete review of all written and practical procedures in barbering and state board requirements. Upon completion students should be able to demonstrate the practical skills necessary to meet the requirements of state board certification and employment.

credits

3

BAR 181 : SPECIAL TOPICS IN BARBERING

This course provides specialized instruction in various areas related to the barbering profession. Student learning outcomes are developed to support specific student needs.

credits

1

BAR 183 : SPECIAL TOPICS IN BARBERING

This course provides specialized instruction in various areas related to the barbering profession. Student learning outcomes are developed to support specific student needs.

credits

2

BAR 185 : SPECIAL TOPICS IN BARBERING

This course provides specialized instruction in various areas related to the barbering profession. Student learning outcomes are developed to support specific student needs.

credits

3

BAR 187 : SPECIAL TOPICS IN BARBERING

This course provides specialized instruction in various areas related to the barbering profession. Student learning outcomes are developed to support specific student needs.

credits

3