Jul 23, 2024  
2019-2020 Archived Catalog 
2019-2020 Archived Catalog

CSMO-200 Advanced Cosmetology Theory I

Credits 12 / 6 Contact Hours
Placement into RDNG-016  (ACSR-016) Prerequisite: CSMO-100 , CSMO-101 , CSMO-102  and CSMO-103  or completion of 500 hours from a state licensed cosmetology school. Coordinators signature required to register in this course. Note: Cosmetology Textbook by Milady and StrengthFinder 2.0 by Tom Roth are required. Co-requisite: CSMO-201  
This course provides the student with advanced instruction for CSMO-201  when servicing clients in the cosmetology lab and lays the foundation for CSMO-202  and CSMO-203 . In addition the student will continue to complete in-class activities to further develop their strengths using Strengths Finder 2.0 to added to their Strengths-based portfolio.

Course Outcomes
1. Identify examples of how their themes of talent have contributed to past success 2. Recognize the personal difficulties associated with affirming their own themes of talent 3. Identify each part of the human nail, its structure and composition 4. Describe how nails grow 5. Explain the proper use of implements, cosmetics and materials used during manicures and pedicures. Describe massage techniques 6. List the steps for a professional manicure and pedicure 7. List sanitation and disinfecting procedures and safety precautions for manicuring and pedicuring 8. Define excellence in their academic lives 9. Evaluate their general academic goals in light of their talents and strengths, as well as other personal qualities and external considerations 10. Explain acrylic nail chemistry and how it works 11. List the steps for proper procedures for applying acrylic nail enhancements 12. Describe the structure and composition of the skin 13. List the functions of the skin 14. Apply theme-specific strategies to achieve academic success 15. Define important terms relating to skin disorders 16. Identify which skin disorders are treatable in the salon