Barbering

BARB 1000 INTRODUCTION TO BARBER/STYLING IMPLEMENTS (15-75-3)
Prerequisite: Provisional Admission
Co-requisites: BARB 1010, BARB 1020, BARB 1030, MATH 1012, COMP 1000
Introduction to Barber/Styling Implements is designed to give an overview of the barbering profession. Students are also taught the fundamentals of each barber/styling implement. Emphasis will be placed on the maintenance and care of each implement. Topics include: Barbering history, personality development, professional barbering ethics, and professional barbering image, safety, and reception and telephone techniques, nomenclature, types and sizes, proper use and care, and maintenance.

BARB 1010 SCIENCE: STERILIZATION, SANITATION, AND BACTERIOLOGY (30-45-3)
Prerequisite: Provisional Admission
Co-requisites: BARB 1000, BARB 1020, BARB 1030, MATH 1012, COMP 1000
Introduces fundamental theories and practices of bacteriology, sterilization, sanitation, safety, and the welfare of the barber/stylist and patron. Topics include: sterilization, sanitation, safety, bacteriology, and Hazardous Duty Standards Act compliance.

BARB 1020 INTRODUCTION TO HAIRCUTTING AND SHAMPOOING (45-90-5)
Prerequisites:  Provisional Admission
Co-requisites: BARB 1000, BARB 1010, BARB 1030, MATH 1012, COMP 1000
Introduces the theory and skills necessary to apply basic haircutting techniques. Safe use of haircutting implements will be stressed. Also introduces the fundamental theory and skills required to shampoo hair. Laboratory training includes shampooing a live model. Topics include: preparation of patron, haircutting terminology, safety and sanitation, implements, and basic haircutting techniques, shampoo chemistry, patron preparation, and shampoo procedures.

BARB 1030 HAIRCUTTING/BASIC STYLING (15-90-3)
Prerequisite: Provisional Admission
Co-requisites: BARB 1000, BARB 1010, BARB 1020, MATH 1012, COMP 1000
Continues the theory and application of haircutting techniques and introduces hairstyling. Topics include: introduction to styling, client consultation, head and hair analysis, style cutting techniques, and implements for style cutting and tapering techniques

BARB 1040 SHAVING (15-45-2)
Prerequisite: BARB 1000
Co-requisites: BARB 1050, BARB 1060, BARB 1070
Introduces the theory and skills necessary to prepare and shave a patron. Simulated shaving procedures will precede practice on live models. Topics include: patron preparation, beard preparation, shaving techniques, once-over shave techniques, and safety precautions.

BARB 1050 SCIENCE: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (45-0-3)
Prerequisite: BARB 1010
Co-requisites: BARB 1040, BARB 1060, BARB 1070
Develops knowledge of the function and care of the scalp, skin, and hair. Emphasis is placed on the function, health, and growth of these areas. Topics include: cells, skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, circulatory system, and related systems.

BARB 1060 INTRODUCTION TO COLOR THEORY/COLOR APPLICATION (15-75-3)
Prerequisite: Program Admission
Co-requisites: BARB 1040, BARB 1050, BARB 1070
Introduces the fundamental theory of color, predispositions tests, color selection, and color application. Presents the application of temporary, semi-permanent, and permanent hair coloring products. Topics include: basic color concepts, skin reactions, the color wheel, color selection and application, mustache and beards, coloring products, safety precautions and tests, mixing procedures, color selection and application.

BARB 1070 CHEMICAL RESTRUCTURING OF HAIR (30-135-5)
Prerequisite: BARB 1050
Co-requisites: BARB 1040, BARB 1060
Introduces the chemistry and chemical reactions of permanent wave solutions and relaxers. Provide instructions in the applications of permanent waves and hair relaxers. Precautions and special problems involved in applying permanent waves and relaxers will be emphasized. Application of perms and relaxers on live models is included. Topics include: permanent wave techniques, safety procedures, chemical relaxer techniques, and permanent wave and chemical relaxer, application procedures on manikins, timed permanent wave, timed relaxer applications, safety precautions, and Hazardous Duty Standard Act.

BARB 1080 ADVANCED HAIRCUTTING/STYLING (15-180-5)
Prerequisite: BARB 1030, BARB 1040, BARB 1070
Co-requisites: BARB 1090, BARB 1100, BARB 1110
Continues the theory and application of haircutting and styling techniques. Topics include: elevation and design cutting, introduction to hairpieces, blow-dry styling, and thermal waving and curling, advanced haircutting and styling; use of clippers, shears, and razor; hair chemical texturizing/styling; permanent waving/styling; shaving techniques; and beard trimming.

BARB 1090 STRUCTURES OF SKIN, SCALP, HAIR AND FACIAL TREATMENTS (15-90-3)
Prerequisite: BARB 1050
Co-requisites: BARB 1100, BARB 1110
Introduces the theory, procedures, and products used in the care and treatment of the skin, scalp, and hair. Provides instruction on the theory and application of techniques in the treatment of the skin, scalp, and hair; and introduces the theory and skills required in massaging the face, preparing the patron for facial treatment, and giving facial treatments for various skin conditions. Benefits of facial treatments and massage will be emphasized. Emphasis will be placed on work with live models. Topics include: treatment theory, basic corrective hair and scalp treatments, plain facial, products and supplies, disease and disorders, implements, products and supplies, diseases and disorders, corrective hair and scalp treatments, facial procedures and manipulations, and safety precautions, theory of massage, preparation of patron for massage, massage procedures, facial treatment, types of facials, and facial treatment benefits.

BARB 1100 BARBER/STYLING PRACTICUM NAD INTERNSHIP (0-135-3)
Prerequisite: BARB 1080
Co-requisites: BARB 1090, BARB 1110
Provides experience necessary for professional development and completion of requirements for state licensure. Emphasis will be placed on the display of professional conduct and positive attitudes. The requirements for this course may be met in a laboratory setting or in a combination of a laboratory setting and an approved internship facility. Topics include: haircutting/styling, hairstyling texturizing, shaving, beard trimming, thermal waving, hairpiece fitting and styling, safety precautions, and licensure preparation.

BARB 1110 SHOP MANAGEMENT/OWNERSHIP (15-90-3)
Prerequisite: BARB 1080
Co-requisites: BARB 1090, BARB 1100
Emphasizes the steps involved in opening and operating a privately owned cosmetology salon or barber/styling shop. Topics include: planning a salon/shop, business management, retailing, public relations, sales skills, client retention, and entrepreneurship.

BARB 2010 INTRODUCTION AND APPLICATION TO BARBER INSTRUCTION (30-60-4)
Prerequisite: Program Admission
Co-requisite: BARB 2020
Introduces the fundamental theory and practices and basic record keeping concepts of the barbering instructor profession. Emphasis will be placed on fostering and providing educational training in the field of Barbering. Topics include: state and local laws, rules and regulations, professional image, effective communication, theory of instruction, Hazardous Duty Standards Act Compliance, various career opportunities, attendance, grades, student service and theory hours, basic record keeping and effective use of advisory committee.

BARB 2020 PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT (30-105-5)
Prerequisite: None
Co-requisite: BARB 2010
Emphasizes the steps involved in the development of a great lesson plan and measuring the knowledge of learners. Topics include: development of curriculum, instructional outcomes, components of a lesson plan, using printed materials and visual aids in a lesson plan, purpose of testing, academic policy, developing rubics, multiple-category grading system and special learner needs.

BARB 2030 CLASSROOM/LAB MANAGEMENT (30-90-5)
Prerequisite: None
Co-requisite: BARB 2040
Emphasizes the steps involved in the operation of a barbering program, teaching skills, classroom management and dynamic clinic teaching. Topics include: identify entry-level practitioners in hair, skin and nails, teaching effective communication skills, inventory, networking, portfolio design, managing learner behavior, managing difficult learners, classroom arrangements, role of the clinic environment and basic principles of academic advising and counseling.

BARB 2040 TEACHING SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES (30-105-5)
Prerequisite: None
Co-requisite: BARB 2030
Provides knowledge and application on the principles of teaching and identifies the characteristics of the different learner types and teaching methods. Topics include: educator to learner relationships, effective and reflective listening skills, emotional influences and needs of today’s learner, destructive verses constructive tactics, learner motivation, cultivating positive relationships, challenges for all learner styles, timed lecturing, and preparing for a lecture method of teaching.

BARB 2050 BARBERING PRACTICUM (0-135-3)
Prerequisites: BARB 2010, BARB 2020, BARB 2030, BARB 2040
Provides a experience necessary for professional development and completion of requirements for Instructor training state licensure requirements. Emphasis will be placed on the trainees display of professional conduct, positive attitude, and evaluation of learners in a lab setting. The requirements for this course may be met in a laboratory setting. Topics include monitoring and evaluating in the following areas: permanent waving and relaxers; hair color and bleaching; skin, scalp, and hair treatments; haircutting; dispensary; styling; manicure/pedicure/advanced nail techniques; reception; safety precautions/decontamination; Hazardous Duty Standards Act compliance.

BARB 2060 BARBERING PRACTICUM II (0-135-3)
Prerequisite: BARB 2050
Provides experience necessary for professional development and completion of requirements for Instructor training state licensure requirements. Emphasis will be placed on the trainees display of professional conduct, positive attitude, and evaluation of learners in a lab setting. The requirements for this course may be met in a laboratory setting. Topics include monitoring and evaluating in the following areas: permanent waving and relaxers; hair color and bleaching; skin, scalp, and hair treatments; haircutting; dispensary; styling; manicure/pedicure/advanced nail techniques; reception; safety precautions/decontamination; Hazardous Duty Standards Act compliance.