Certificate of Completion in Cosmetology Theory
Certificate of Completion in Hair Fundamentals
Certificate of Completion in Esthetics
The Department of Education requests information to be provided for those student pursuing a Certificate of Completion that is approved as a "gainful employment" program by the Department of Education. This allows students to make an informed decision about the costs of pursuing a certificate credential, the salary potential, and program comparisons.
Program InformationThe Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) is a classification system developed by the Department of Education that supports the tracking and reporting of fields of study and program completion activities. Institutions report credentials awarded by CIP codes to the National Center for Education Statistics and list programs by CIP when applying for approval to participate in Federal Student Financial Aid Programs. CIP Code:
Credits Hours in Certificate:
On-time completion rate is calculated using the most recently completed financial aid award year. It is calculated by taking the number of graduates who obtained the certificate credential within the "normal" time divided by the total number of graduates for the same time period. Normal time is what it should take a full-time student to finish the program, and is indicated by the row titled "Semester to Complete". If less than 10 students graduated during this period, completion rate will be listed as "N/A" due to privacy reasons. On-time Completion Rate:
Program Costs Tution and fees are based upon 2012-2013 price schedule for in-state New Mexico residents attending full-time. Program and book costs can vary and are subject to change (residency, # of hours taken, etc.).
Books and Supplies
Median Loan Debt The median loan debt reflects those students who graduated during the most recently completed Financial Aid Award Year. If less than 10 students graduated during this period, median loan debt will be listed as "Not Available" due to privacy reasons. Our institution only participates in Federal Loan programs.
The Department of Labor provides information about career fields, which can be accessed through the Bureau of Labor Statistics or the O*NET Resource Center. The Department of Labor uses Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) codes to distinguish between career fields. We have provided a list of potential careers that your certification may be used to gain employment in below, with links to the applicable O*NET Resource page. This list is not exhaustive, and we recommend researching your chosen career field to identify what will be the best steps to take to obtain your career goals.
|SOC Code||Career Title|
|39-5012.00||Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists|
|39-5092.00||Manicurists and Pedicurists|
|39-5094.00||Skin Care Specialists|