This is a 600 hour program to qualify you to take and pass the California licensing exam. Once licensed you can be hired to professionally provide skin care services including, but not limited to, facials, make-up, chemical peels, eyebrow arching, wax and depilatories and more!

What does the curriculum for Esthetics cover?

The vocational course is designed to prepare the student for the Skin Care Course Exam given by the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology and entry skill level employment. This course is designed for those wishing training to obtain their Skin Care License for the state of California. This course will cover the “Curriculum for Skin Care” outlined in paragraph 950.3 of the Barbering and Cosmetology Rules and Regulations. The curriculum includes (600) clock hours of technical instruction and practice of all operations covering all practices constituting the practices of a cosmetician by means of  instruction through demonstration, lecture, classroom participation and examination; practical operations shall mean the actual performance by the student of the complete service on another person or a mannequin.

What is the tuition policy and fees policy?

All tuition’s and fees are payable in advance. Payment may be made monthly. The schedule is determined by dividing the tuition by length of the course. Cosmetology is 40 weeks and payments are made in advance each month.


(Esthetics Course):

Tuition $8,700.00  |  Refundable *Change of Status: $25.00
Supplies $1,300.00  |  Not Refundable **Transfer Fee: $250.00
Registration Fee $250.00  |  Not Refundable ***Smock: $27.00
Text Book $450.00  |  Not Refundable *Applies if your contract must be redone

Total: $10,700.00
(Total Charges For The Current Period of Instruction)
**  Applies to transfer students.  ***Applies if you buy a smock from the school. STRF Fee $2.50 Not Refundable

Does The School Offer Job Placement Assistance?

Job placement assistance is provided to students and graduates at no additional charge. Graduates are also entitled to continued advice, and assistance that is offered by the school staff as they enter the professional world of cosmetology. The students are advised that the law prohibits us from guaranteeing placement as an inducement to enter the college. The school provides placement assistance to all graduates and maintains a list of currently hiring salons in the Santa Clara County Area

Career Opportunities

Once a student has successfully completed the course(s) and taken the exam given by the Board of Barbering Cosmetology there are other career opportunities. These may include working for product manufactures as educators, platform artists, make-up artists, and manicuring representatives. Additional information about these opportunities can be obtained by contacting the school.
Quick Fact About Estheticians
The job outlook is excellent for Estheticians. Employment is expected to grow more quickly than the average for all occupations through 2024. As of 2012, 44,000 people have already worked in this occupation. Estheticians usually work in spas and beauty salons.
What Is an Esthetician?
An esthetician is a skin care specialist who treats the skin on people’s faces and bodies. After evaluating the condition of a client’s skin, she determines what treatments will best enhance his appearance. She then discusses possible treatments. Estheticians give clients facials, remove unwanted hair, do microdermabrasion, apply chemical peels and sell skin care products. They are also trained to recognize skin conditions that require treatment by a licensed medical professional such as a dermatologist. Esthetics is a branch of cosmetology.