Advanced Esthetics

Advanced Esthetics

Learn services related to skin care including facial, body, hand and foot care.






Estheticians are experts in services related to skin care including facial, body, hand, and foot care. They provide non-medical skin procedures and treatments to the face and body using specialized products and techniques to enhance a client’s personal appearance.


  1. Manicure
  2. Pedicure
  3. Waxing
  4. Make-Up Artistry
  5. Anatomy and Physiology / Skin Care
  6. Advanced Spa Therapies / Hydro
  7. Massage
  8. New Technologies
  9. Electrolysis
  10. Small Business Management/Microsoft Office
  11. Clinical Practice

Career Opportunities

Graduates can provide facial and body treatments designed to enhance an individual’s physical appearance. They may work in:

  • Spas and Medi Spa
  • Medical Spa with a doctor
  • Makeup Artist
  • Electrologist and Laser Technician
  • Manufactures Representative
  • Sales Person or Sales Manager
  • Cosmetic Buyer
  • Home Based Business
  • Resorts and Cruise Ships
  • Educator Writer, Blogger, or Magazine Editor


They are employed in beauty salons, electrolysis studios, scalp treatment and hair replacement clinics and other similar establishments and in cosmetic departments of retail establishments such as pharmacies and department stores, or they may be self-employed

Admission Requirements

  • OSSD or equivalent or
  • Mature student with Wonderlic SLE – cut score 14

More Details

Major services provided include:

  • Facials skin care
  • Skin analysis and care plan development
  • Full body treatments for skin care
  • Neck and head massages
  • Makeup application and advice on the use of make-up and other beauty products
  • Hair removal through waxing, electrolysis, laser technology, and other methods
  • Hand and foot care (manicures, pedicures, and related treatments)


The College uses S.T. 250 and Evolution 5 machines to teach the electrolysis portion of the program. As a bonus, students will have the opportunity to work with IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) and skin remodeling/rejuvenation machines.

Students will also learn how to maintain the hygiene of their skin care center, the sterilization of equipment, and the organization of their environment for safety and work efficiency. They will also be introduced to the business skills and activities required to establish and operate an esthetic business in a salon or spa environment.


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