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  Sep 26, 2017
 
2017 - 2018 Catalog

Cosmetology Management, A.A.S.


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(Code 1266)

MCC does not offer courses in cosmetology. This program provides the background and skills necessary to customers and to operate as shop managers in today’s business setting. Some may wish to emphasize entrepreneurial skills with plans to open their own shops in the future. Students who hold a valid, current State of Michigan Cosmetology license may be granted up to 29 general cosmetology credits toward this degree. A counselor should be consulted if the student plans to transfer to a four-year institution.

Prerequisite courses may apply to this program.

General Education Requirements


Written Communication


The following Michigan Transfer Agreement Recommended Courses prepare students to meet MCC’s General Education Goal of Demonstrating Competence in Written Communication, choose one:

Oral Communication


The following Michigan Transfer Agreement Recommended Courses prepare students to meet MCC’s General Education Goal of Demonstrating Competence in Oral Communication, choose one:

Laboratory Science


The following Michigan Transfer Agreement Recommended Courses prepare students to meet MCC’s General Education Goal of Demonstrating Competence in Application of Scientific Methodologies, choose one:

Mathematics


The following Michigan Transfer Agreement Recommended Courses prepare students to meet MCC’s General Education Goal of Demonstrating Competence in Basic Computational Methods and Mathematical Concepts and Applications, choose one:

Social Science


The following Michigan Transfer Agreement Recommended Courses prepare students to meet MCC’s General Education Goal of Demonstrating Competence in Local, National, and Global Citizenship, two required:

Take POLI 240  or POLI 110   (POLI 110 does not meet Michigan Transfer Agreement requirements)

AND

Choose one:

Note:


Minimum of 60 unduplicated credits (100 level or higher) required for all associate degree programs.

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