Cosmetology (CSME)

CSME 1244. INTRODUCTION TO SALON DEVELOPMENT
(LECTURE 1, LAB 3). CREDIT 2. WECM.

Develop procedures for appointment scheduling and record management. Identify issues related to inventory control and operational management.

CSME 1302. APPLICATIONS OF FACIAL AND SKIN CARE TECHNOLOGY I
(LECTURE 2, LAB 3). CREDIT 3. WECM.

Explain the benefits of professional skin care products. Apply and recommend professional skin care products to industry standards.

CSME 1308. ORIENTATION OF EYELASH EXTENSIION
(LECTURE 3, LAB 1). CREDIT 3. WECM.

This course provides the student with the practical skills necessary to safely and effectively apply eyelash extensions.

CSME 1348. PRINCIPLES OF SKIN CARE
(LECTURE 2, LAB 4). CREDIT 3. WECM.

This course is an introduction of the theory and practice of skin care. Students will learn to identify the terminology related to the skin treatments, demonstrate the proper application, and exhibit workplace competencies in skin care.

CSME 1401. ORIENTATION TO COSMETOLOGY
(LECTURE 2, LAB 6). CREDIT 4. WECM.

This is an overview of the skills and knowledge necessary for the field of cosmetology. Students will learn to demonstrate introductory skills, professional ethics, sanitation and safety. The course will explain the rules and regulations of the institution, department, and state.

CSME 1405. FUNDAMENTALS OF COSMETOLOGY
(LECTURE 2, LAB 8). CREDIT 4. WECM.

A course in the basic fundamentals of cosmetology. Topics include safety and sanitation service preparation, manicure, facial, chemical services, shampoo, haircut, wet styling and comb out. Students will learn to identify fundamental concepts related to skills required by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations, implement fundamental skills required by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations.

CSME 1410. INTRODUCTION TO HAIRCUTTING AND RELATED THEORY
(LECTURE 2, LAB 8). CREDIT 4. WECM.

This is an introduction to the theory and practice of haircutting. Topics include terminology, implements, sectioning, and finishing techniques. Students will learn to identify terminology and exhibit basic workplace competencies related to haircutting and finishing techniques. Demonstrate use of implements and various sectioning, haircutting and finishing skills.

CSME 1420. ORIENTATION TO FACIAL SPECIALIST
(LECTURE 2, LAB 8). CREDIT 4. WECM.

This course is an overview of the skills and knowledge necessary for the field of facials and skin care. Instruction will demonstrate the theory, skills, safety and sanitation, and professional ethics of basic facials and skin care and explain the rules and regulations of the institution, department and state. This course is offered for Esthetic Specialty only.

CSME 1435. ORIENTATION TO THE INSTRUCTION OF COSMETOLOGY
(LECTURE 2, LAB 5). CREDIT 4. WECM.

This course presents an overview of skills and knowledge necessary for the instruction of cosmetology students, including methods and techniques of teaching skills, theory of teaching basic unit planning and daily skill lesson plan development. Must have a valid Texas Cosmetology Operator License.

CSME 1443. MANICURING AND RELATED THEORY
(LECTURE 2, LAB 8). CREDIT 4. WECM.

This course is a presentation of the theory and practice of nail technology. Instruction identifies terminology related to nail technology, demonstrates the proper application of nail technology and exhibits workplace competencies in nail technology.

CSME 1447. PRINCIPLES OF SKIN CARE/FACIALS AND RELATED THEORY
(LECTURE 2, LAB 8). CREDIT 4. WECM.

Students will receive an in-depth coverage of the theory and practice of skin care, facials and cosmetics. Instruction will identify the terminology related to the skin, products, treatments; demonstrate the proper application related to skin care and cosmetics; and exhibit workplace competencies in skin care and cosmetics. This course is required for Esthetic Specialty; Operators will enroll in CSME 1348.

CSME 1451. ARTISTRY OF HAIR, THEORY AND PRACTICE
(LECTURE 2, LAB 8). CREDIT 4. WECM.

This course provides instruction in the artistry of hair design. Topics include theory, techniques, and application of hair design. Successful students will exhibit workplace competencies related to the artistry of hair and demonstrate the professional skills of hair design.

CSME 1453. CHEMICAL REFORMATION AND RELATED THEORY
(LECTURE 2, LAB 8). CREDIT 4. WECM.

This is a presentation of the theory and practice of chemical reformation including terminology, application, and workplace competencies. This course will identify terminology related to chemical reformation, demonstrate the proper application, and exhibit workplace competencies related to chemical reformation.

CSME 1534. COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR I
(LECTURE 3, LAB 6). CREDIT 5. WECM.

This course covers the fundamentals of instructing cosmetology students, including methods of teaching skills in a lab situation. Outcomes include classroom/ clinic management; designing teaching methodologies.

CSME 2250. PREPARATION FOR STATE LICENSING WRITTEN EXAMINATION
(LECTURE 0, LAB 7). CREDIT 2. WECM.

Contact hours for Barber to Cosmetology Crossover: Lecture 1, Lab 3. Preparation for the state licensing written examination. Instructor approval required.

CSME 2251. PREPARATION FOR STATE LICENSING PRACTICAL EXAMINATION
(LECTURE 0, LAB 7). CREDIT 2. WECM.

Contact hours for Barber to Cosmetology Crossover: Lecture 1, Lab 3. Preparation for the state licensing practical examination. Instructor approval required.

CSME 2333. APPLICATION OF FACIAL AND SKIN TECHNOLOGY II
(LECTURE 2, LAB 3). CREDIT 3. WECM.

Continuation of the Application of Facial and Skin Care Technology I. Preparation for the state licensing Facial Specialty Exam.

CSME 2337. ADVANCED COSMETOLOGY TECHNIQUES
(LECTURE 1, LAB 6). CREDIT 3. WECM.

Mastery of advanced cosmetology techniques including hair designs, professional cosmetology services, and workplace competencies.

CSME 2343. SALON DEVELOPMENT
(LECTURE 2, LAB 4). CREDIT 3. WECM.

This course will explore salon development. Topics include professional ethics and goals, salon operation, and record keeping. Students will create a salon portfolio, and demonstrate organizational skills related to salon operation and management.

CSME 2401. PRINCIPLES OF HAIR COLORING AND RELATED THEORY
(LECTURE 2, LAB 8). CREDIT 4. WECM.

This is a presentation of the theory, practice, and chemistry of hair color. Instruction will identify terminology, demonstrate the proper application and exhibit workplace competencies related to hair color.

CSME 2414. COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR II
(LECTURE 2, LAB 5). CREDIT 4. WECM.

This course is a continuation of the fundamentals of instructing cosmetology students, and introduces students to methods and techniques of teaching informational theory relative to cosmetology. Prerequisites: Must have a valid Texas Cosmetology Operator License.

CSME 2441. PREPARATION FOR THE STATE LICENSING EXAMINATION
(LECTURE 2, LAB 8). CREDIT 4. WECM.

This course provides preparation for the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations Operator Examination. Successful students will exhibit the skills and knowledge required for the completion of the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations examination. Prerequisites or co-requisites: CSME 1445 and 2431 with Instructor approval.

CSME 2445. INSTRUCTIONAL THEORY AND CLINICAL OPERATION
(LECTURE 2, LAB 5). CREDIT 4. WECM.

An overview of the objectives required by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation Instructor Examination. This course is an overview of the objectives required by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation Instructor Examination, also covering employment skills including the preparation of resumes and interviewing techniques. Prerequisites: Must have a valid Texas Cosmetology Operator License. Co-requisites: CSME 2549 and 2544 or with instructor approval.

CSME 2544. COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR IV
(LECTURE 3, LAB 6). CREDIT 5. WECM.

This course offers advanced concepts of instruction in a cosmetology program. Topics include demonstration, development and implementation of advanced evaluation and assessment techniques. Successful students will exhibit instructional skills; develop assessment and evaluation techniques that promote student learning, and implement evaluation tools to measure student outcomes. Prerequisite: Must have a valid Texas Cosmetology Operator License. Co-requisites: CSME 2445 and 2549 or with instructor approval.

CSME 2549. COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR III
(LECTURE 3, LAB 6). CREDIT 5. WECM.

Presentation of lesson plan assignments and evaluation techniques. Prerequisite: Must have a valid Texas Cosmetology Operator License. Co-requisite: CSME 2445 and 2544 or with instructor approval.

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