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Midwest College of Cosmetology Programs

The Midwest College of Cosmetology (MCC) programs are designed to develop the knowledge, skills and techniques required to prepare our students for passing their state licensure examination and achieving successful employment. We educate future cosmetologists in the art and science of cosmetology and provide them with the experience and training they need to be successful after they finish the program.

Our full and part-time programs include:

Cosmetology

Incorporates hair cutting and styling, color and chemical applications, esthetics, nail technology, shop management, sanitation, and interpersonal skills.

Esthetics

Study of skin care including facials, makeup applications, waxing, sugaring and body wraps.

Massage Therapy

Learn the art of massage therapy from Licensed Massage Therapist with a mix of classroom instruction and hands-on training.

Instructor’s Training

“Train current and future stylists by obtaining an Instructor Training license. This license enables you to instruct students in  cosmetology and esthetician schools and also benefits salon owners by allowing them to educate their employees.

Associate’s Degree

Students can earn college credit toward an Associate in Applied Science degree while taking classes in cosmetology.

In addition to our programs students will be exposed to a variety of educational guests to create a rounded learning experience. Guests include product representatives, platform artists, headliner artists, salon owners and other professionals in the industry.

Students will also have opportunities to attend numerous field trips in the community to help gain skill and confidence when working with the public.

More Information

Additional information about programs and the admissions process can be found on the Midwest College of Cosmetology web site.

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