Curriculum

Theoretical Study in the Classroom:

1800 Hour Program                         1000 Hour Program

Barber implements; hygiene, sanitation and sterilization; rules and regulations; bartering history; ethics and shop management; honing, stropping and shaving; men’s haircutting; bacteriology; shampoo-tonic and scalp treatment; theory of massage; study of hair; chemistry; permanent waving; disease of the skin and scalp; barber laws; salesmanship; hair coloring; hair relaxing.

Scientific Barbering Practice in the Classroom:

1800 Hour Program                         1000 Hour Program

Hot oil shampoo; shampoo and tonic; hair coloring; hair relaxing-permanent waving; scientific rest facial, clay pack facial; rolling cream facial shaving.

General Barber Practice in the Clinic/Shop:

1800 Hour Program                         1000 Hour Program

Regular men’s haircutting; razor cutting; styling; coloring; hair relaxing; permanent waving; long hair cutting; hot oil shampoo; shampoo tonic; scientific rest facial; clay pack facial; rolling cream facial; men’s hairpieces; facial shaving.

Grading Policy:

Students are graded on the basis of classwork, performance and preparation. At the conclusion of each class session, the instructor grades the performance of each student. A composite grade is issued at the conclusion of each week. The following system is used:

Letter Grade
Percent
Quality Points
A-Excellent
90-100%
4
B-Superior
80-89%
3
C-Average
70-79%
2
D-Below Average
60-69%
1
F-Failing
Below 60%
0
I-Incomplete
0
W-Withdrawal
0