Cosmetology Business Administration - Management & Supervision Concentration
This program prepares the student to supervise or manage a cosmetology salon with multiple employees. They will also be capable of hiring, training and motivating employees of a cosmetology business. They will also have the skills to evaluate customer needs and provide services to meet customer needs and expectations. They will be capable of operating their own business or manage the business for a salon owner.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:
- Anticipate and solve problems relative to supervising personnel.
- Apply human resource management principles in the successful operation of a business.
- Effectively describe customer needs and expectations.
- Effectively communicate in small work groups.
Total unit requirements for this concentration - 21 units:
- Major Core Requirements: 9 units
- Concentration Elective: 12 units
|Required Courses (9 units)||Units|
|BUS-10/10H||Introduction to Business||3|
|BUS-30||Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management||3|
|Concentration Electives - Select another 12 units from the following:||Units|
|CAT/CIS-3||Computer Applications for Business||3|
|BUS/MAG-47||Applied Business and Management Ethics||3|
|BUS/MAG-70||Introduction to Organization Development||3|
|MAG-44||Principles of Management||3|
|MAG-51||Elements of Supervision||3|
|MAG-56||HRM: Human Resources Management||3|
NOTE: The Cosmetology Business Administration Certificate will be awarded to graduates of the Cosmetology Program, or Cosmetology License holders upon successful completion of all Cosmetology Business Administration Major Core Requirements and 12 units selected from the Major Concentration Requirements (total of 21 units) in order to receive the certificate in the concentration area of their choice.
Associate of Science Degree
The Associate of Science Degree in Cosmetology Business Administration Management and Supervision will be awarded upon completion of the degree requirements, including general education and other graduation requirements as described in the college catalog.