Educational Objective

The goal is to provide a well-rounded educational program, which will fit the needs and demands of prospective students interested in modern hair styling knowledge, while focusing on the traditional, customer service excellence, and male concentrated services offered by the barber profession. The maximum number of students in a typical Theoretical Scientific Study classroom is twenty students. The maximum number of students of Scientific Barbering Practice is twenty students.

What’ You’ll Learn

Precision hair cutting, clipper, and shear methods for men – buzz cuts, tapered designs, lines and razor cutting.

Hygiene, grooming and personal development.

Bacteriology, sterilization, and sanitation.

Tools, equipment and implements in the areas of identification and usage.

Haircutting, hair tapering, hair styling, thermal curling, blow drying, shampooing, scalp and hair treatments, conditioning, hair analysis, and care of hairpieces, wigs and wefts.

Hair straightening, hair relaxing, thermal hair straightening and blow outs, permanents, hair coloring, tinting, bleaching and chemistry.

Shaving, beard and mustache shaping and trimming, updated styles of beards, goatees, and mustache designing, facials, theory of facial massages.

Anatomy and physiology of the hair.

Study of the hair, skin, scalp and structure of the head.

Product knowledge, product use and sales, preparing and consulting with customers for services.

Laws, rules, board authority, enforcement and disciplining, professional ethics, and history of the barber industry.

Business management practices, salon development, insurance, client consultation, salesmanship, professionalism, resume development, interview preparation, job search skills.

State law rules and regulations.

Individual student needs, industry trends, and electives (e.g. record keeping, communications, human relations, public relations, first aid, etc.).