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COSMETOLOGY

The program offers certificates for the facial

specialist, instructor license and operator license.

The certificate program is a full-time, 12-month

program for operator certificate and full-time,

8-month program for facial specialist certificate and

instructor certificate. All three certificate programs

are approved by the Texas Department of Licensing

and Regulations. Upon successful completion of

the program requirements, graduates are eligible

to take their state exam. Upon passing their state

exam, program graduates become licensed to

practice in the State of Texas.

Graduates of the cosmetology certificate programs

have many employment opportunities including

becoming a hair dresser, skin care specialist, and

make-up artist. Other areas may be to become a

research assistant in the cosmetology industry, a

sales representative for a beauty product, or beauty

editor for newspapers and magazines. Salaries

vary depending upon the place of employment and

the graduate’s skills and number of work hours.

Three associate of applied science degrees are

available in this program. The general education

core courses will transfer to a variety of universities.

Contact the counselor or advisor at any college for

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CERTIFICATES

specific information and to obtain the recommended

sequencing of courses.

Admission criteria for Facial Specialist and Operator

Certificates:

In addition to the system admission requirements,

the following are requirements for admission to the

cosmetology program.

1. High school diploma or GED.

2. Completed ENGL 0304 and ENGL 0306 or

(ESOL) equivalent, or higher level ENGL course

or placement by testing.

3. Minimum age of 17 years.

4. Mandatory attendance at a scheduled orientation

session or departmental approval.

5. Program admission for students with previous

college experience requires that the student

be in disciplinary good standing at all former

institutions. No student will be admitted who

is under disciplinary suspension status from

another college or institution. Any such status

requires positive resolution from the other

institution before a student will be considered

for cosmetology admission.

After program admission approval, the student

must have the registration form approved by the

cosmetology academic counselor. Applicants who

have completed hours in cosmetology in other

educational programs may apply for placement by

examination for CSME 1254, 1310, 1501, and

1505. Official verification of the hours completed

is required.

Admission criteria for Cosmetology Instructor

Certificate:

In addition to the system admission requirements

the following are requirements for admission to the

cosmetology instructor certificate.

1. High school diploma or GED.

2. Current Texas operator’s license.

3. Within the past five years, applicants must have

a minimum of three years work experience as

a licensed cosmetologist versed in all phases

of cosmetology. Verification will be required.

4. Completion of 12 semester hours in general

education including ENGL 1301.

5. Minimum age of 18 years.

6. Must pass comprehensive cosmetology placement

examination before taking any cosmetology

instructor classes.

Progression Requirements

Once admitted to the cosmetology program, a

student must attain a grade of “C” or better in

each cosmetology course as well as satisfactory

attendance record (refer to Cosmetology Student

Handbook) in order to progress in the program.

Readmission Policy

A student who withdraws from the cosmetology

program may be re-admitted only once with the

recommendation of the department faculty.

COSMETOLOGY

INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATE

(C1_CIN1 certificate offered at LSC-Kingwood

and North Harris)

Prerequisite Semester Credit

ENGL 1301 Composition & Rhetoric I 3

Electives 1 General Education 9

SEMESTER TOTAL 12

FIRST YEAR

First Semester Credit

CSME 1434 Cosmetology Instructor I 4

CSME 1435 Orientation to the Instruction 4

of Cosmetology

CSME 2414 Cosmetology Instructor II 4

SEMESTER TOTAL 12

Second Semester Credit

CSME 2415 Cosmetology Instructor III 4

CSME 2444 Cosmetology Instructor IV 4

CSME 2445 Instructional Theory & Clinical Oper 4

SEMESTER TOTAL 12

TOTAL Credit Hours for

Cosmetology Instructor Certificate 36

1 Suggested general education electives are those that

appear in the Cosmetology AAS degree plans

Note: Capstone experience is completed by taking a

departmental exam.

COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR

Associate of applied science degree

(AAS.COSI degree offered at LSC-Kingwood and

North Harris pending Coordinating Board approval

for fall, 2010)

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120 LSCS Catalog 2010/2011

DEGREES AND

CERTIFICATES

FIRST YEAR

First Semester Credit

ENGL 1301 Composition & Rhetoric I 3

SPCH 1315 Public Speaking OR 3

SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Communication

PSYC 2301 General Psychology 3

KINE 1304 Personal Health 3

Elective1 Math/Natural Science 3–4

SEMESTER TOTAL 15-16

Second Semester Credit

CSME 1434 Cosmetology Instructor 4

CSME 1435 Orientation to the Instruction of

Cosmetology 4

CSME 2414 Cosmetology Instructor II 4

ITSC 1401 Introduction to Computers OR

COSC 1401 Microcomputer Applications 4

SEMESTER TOTAL 16

SECOND YEAR

First Semester Credit

CSME 2415 Cosmetology Instructor III 4

CSME 2444 Cosmetology Instructor IV 4

CSME 2445 Instruction Theory & Clinic

Operation 4

GOVT 2301 American Government 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 15

Second Semester Credit

BUSG 2309 Small Business Management/

Entrepreneurship 3

HRPO 1311 Human Relations 3

ENGL 1302 Composition & Rhetoric II 3

MRKG 2333 Principles of Selling OR 3

Elective2 Business course

KINE Any physical activity course 1

Elective3 Humanities/Fine Arts 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 16

TOTAL Credit Hours for Cosmetology

Instructor AAS degree 62-63

1 See core requirements for AAS degree for options. If

science option is chosen, math competency must be met

(MATH 0308 or higher).

2 Choose one course from MRKG, BUSG, or HRPO with

departmental approval

3 Must meet multicultural requirement

Note: Capstone experience is completed by taking a

departmental exam

COSMETOLOGY OPERATOR

CERTIFICATE

(C1_COP1 certificate offered at LSC-Kingwood

and North Harris)

FIRST YEAR

First Semester Credit

CSME 1254 Artistry of Hair Design I 2

CSME 1310 Intro to Haircutting & Related Theory 3

CSME 1501 Orientation to Cosmetology 5

CSME 1505 Fundamentals of Cosmetology 5

SEMESTER TOTAL 15

Second Semester Credit

CSME 1553 Chemical Reformation and 5

Related Theory

CSME 2310 Intermediate Haircutting and 3

Related Theory

CSME 2337 Advanced Cosmetology Techniques 3

CSME 2501 Principles of Hair Coloring 5

and Related Theory

SEMESTER TOTAL 16

Third Semester Credit

CSME 2539 Advanced Hair Design 5

CSME 2541 Prep. for the State Licensing Exam 5

SEMESTER TOTAL 10

TOTAL Credit Hours for

Cosmetology Operator Certificate 41

Note: Capstone experience is completed by taking a

departmental exam.

FACIAL SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE

(C1_FCL1 certificate offered at LSC-Kingwood

and North Harris)

FIRST YEAR

First Semester Credit

CSME 1420 Orientation to Facial Specialist 4

CSME 1421 Principles of Facial/Esthetic 4

Technology I

CSME 1248 Principles of Skin Care 2

SEMESTER TOTAL 10

Second Semester Credit

CSME 1447 Principles of Skin Care/Facials and

Related Theory 4

CSME 1445 Principles of Facial/Esthetic 4

Technology II

CSME 2431 Principles of Facial/Esthetic 4

Technology III

SEMESTER TOTAL 12

TOTAL Credit Hours for Facial

Specialist Certificate 22

Note: Capstone experience is completed by taking a

departmental exam

DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES

LSCS Catalog 2010/2011 121

DEGREES AND

CERTIFICATES

Cosmetology Facial

Associate of applied science degree

(AAS.COSF degree offered at LSC-Kingwood and

North Harris pending Coordinating Board approval

for fall, 2010)

FIRST YEAR

First Semester Credit

ENGL 1301 Composition & Rhetoric I 3

SPCH 1315 Public Speaking OR 3

SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Communication

PSYC 2301 General Psychology 3

KINE 1304 Personal Health 3

Elective1 Math/Natural Science 3–4

SEMESTER TOTAL 15-16

Second Semester Credit

CSME 1420 Orientation to Facial Specialist 4

CSME 1248 Principles of Skin Care 2

CSME 1421 Principles of Facial/Esthetic

Technology I 4

ITSC 1401 Introduction to Computers OR 4

COSC 1401 Microcomputer Applications

SEMESTER TOTAL 14

SECOND YEAR

First Semester Credit

CSME 1445 Principles of Facial/Esthetic

Technology II 4

CSME 1447 Skin Care and Facial Theory Prin. 4

CSME 2431 Principles of Facial/Esthetic

Technology III 4

GOVT 2301 American Government 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 15

Second Semester Credit

BUSG 2309 Small Business Management/

Entrepreneurship 3

HRPO 1311 Human Relations 3

ENGL 1302 Composition & Rhetoric II 3

MRKG 2333 Principles of Selling OR 3

Elective2 Business course

KINE Any physical activity course 1

Elective3 Humanities/Fine Arts 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 16

TOTAL Credit Hours for Cosmetology Facial

AAS Degree 60-61

1 See core requirements for AAS degree for options. If

science option is chosen, math competency must be met

(MATH 0308 or higher).

2 Choose one course from MRKG, BUSG, or HRPO with

departmental approval

3 Must meet multicultural requirement

Note: Capstone experience is completed by taking a

departmental exam.

COSMETOLOGY

Associate of applied science degree

(AAS_COSM degree offered at LSC-Kingwood and

North Harris)

FIRST YEAR

First Semester Credit

ENGL 1301 Composition and Rhetoric I 3

KINE Any physical activity course 1

SPCH1 Elective 3

Elective2 Math/Natural Science 3-4

PSYC 2301 General Psychology 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 13-14

Second Semester Credit

CSME 1254 Artistry of Hair Design I 2

CSME 1310 Intro to Haircutting & Related Theory 3

CSME 1501 Orientation to Cosmetology 5

CSME 1505 Fundamentals of Cosmetology 5

SEMESTER TOTAL 15

SECOND YEAR

First Semester Credit

CSME 1553 Chemical Reformation & 5

Related Theory

CSME 2310 Intermediate Haircutting & 3

Related Theory

CSME 2337 Advanced Cosmetology Techniques 3

CSME 2501 Principles of Hair Coloring & 5

Related Theory

SEMESTER TOTAL 16

Second Semester Credit

CSME 2539 Advanced Hair Design 5

CSME 2541 Prep. for the State Licensing Exam 5

Elective3 Humanities/Fine Arts 3

ITSC 1401 Introduction to Computers 4

SEMESTER TOTAL 17

TOTAL Credit Hours for Cosmetology

AAS Degree 61-62

1 Choose from SPCH 1311, 1315, 1318, or 1321.

2 See core requirements for AAS degree for options. If

science option is chosen, math competency must be met

(MATH 0308 or higher).

3 Must meet the multicultural requirement.

Note: Capstone experience is completed by taking a

departmental exam.

DENTAL HYGIENE

The Lone Star College System (LSCS) offers an associate

of applied science in dental hygiene at LSCKingwood.

The dental hygiene curriculum offered

at LSC-Kingwood is a structured intense program

with didactic and clinical practice taking place in

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CERTIFICATES

the health science building on the LSC-Kingwood

campus. External rotations are integrated into the

second year curriculum for experiences outside of

the school setting. This program is designed for

those interested in becoming a registered dental

hygienist. Graduates are prepared to function in a

variety of settings including private dental offices,

dental clinics or public dental health care clinics.

The AAS in dental hygiene program includes general

education courses as a foundation for dental

hygiene courses. Prerequisite courses are designed

to allow the student an opportunity to experience

the type of coursework that will be involved in the

study of dental hygiene.

The dental hygiene program is a competitive entrance

admissions program. Go to http://www.

LoneStar.edu/dental-hygiene-dept-kingwood.htm

for information about admission requirements,

selection criteria and application process for the

program.

Students may be required to successfully pass a

background check and drug screen. Also, regulations

require that students complete the Hepatitis B

immunization series prior to the first day of class.

This immunization series takes 6 months to complete.

DENTAL HYGIENE

Associate of applied science degree

(AAS_DNHY degree offered at LSC-Kingwood)

Prerequisite Semester Credit

CHEM 1405 Introduction to Chemistry 4

ENGL 1301 Composition and Rhetoric I 3

BIOL 2401 Human Anatomy and 4

Physiology I

SOCI1 1301 Principles of Sociology 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 14

FIRST YEAR

First Semester Credit

BIOL 2402 Human Anatomy and 4

Physiology II

DHYG 1301 Orofacial Anatomy, Histology & 3

Embryology

DHYG 1331 Preclinical Dental Hygiene Care 3

DHYG 1203 Preventive Dental Hygiene I 2

DHYG 1304 Dental Radiology 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 15

Second Semester Credit

BIOL 2420 Medical Microbiology 4

BIOL 2305 Pathophysiology 3

DHYG 1260 Clinical - Dental Hygiene/ 2

Hygienist I

DHYG 1211 Periodontology 2

DHYG2 1207 General and Dental Nutrition 2

DHYG 2201 Contemporary Dental 2

Hygiene Care I

PSYC 2301 General Psychology 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 18

Third Semester (Summer) Credit

DHYG 1219 Dental Materials 2

DHYG 1160 Clinical - Dental Hygiene/ 1

Hygienist II

SEMESTER TOTAL 3

SECOND YEAR

First Semester Credit

SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Communication 3

DHYG 1235 Pharmacology for the Dental 2

Hygienist

DHYG 2231 Contemporary Dental 2

Hygiene Care II

DHYG 2362 Clinical - Dental Hygiene/ 3

Hygienist III

DHYG 1339 General and Oral Pathology 3

SEMESTER TOTAL 13

Second Semester Credit

PHIL 2306 Introduction to Ethics 3

DHYG 1215 Community Dentistry 2

DHYG 1123 Dental Hygiene Practice 1

DHYG3 2363 Clinical - Dental Hygiene/ 3

Hygienist IV

SEMESTER TOTAL 9

TOTAL Credit Hours for AAS Degree 72

1 Meets multicultural requirement

2 Meets wellness competency

3 Capstone course

Note: Students must meet math competency (MATH 0308

or higher)
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