Esthetics – Course Outline (750 Hours)
CIP Code – 12.0409

  • A. Facial Treatment, Cleansing, Masking and Therapy (225 Hours)
  • B. Anatomy and Physiology (90 Hours)
  • C. Electricity, Machines, and Related Equipment (75 Hours)
  • D. Makeup (75 Hours)
  • E. Orientation, Rules and Laws (50 Hours)
  • F. Chemistry (50 Hours)
  • G. Care of Client (50 Hours)
  • H. Sanitation, Safety, and First Aid (40 Hours)
  • I. Management (35 Hours)
  • J. Superfluous Hair Removal (25 Hours)
  • K. Aroma Therapy (15 Hours)
  • L. Nutrition (10 Hours)
  • M. Color Psychology (10 Hours)


Tuition $11,250
Textbooks and Kit $1,625
Application Fee $100
Total Cost $12,975

Cost of attendance amounts are estimates only and are used in determining financial aid.  The school does not charge students for cost of attendance items.  For actual cost of attendance amounts, please schedule an appointment with a financial aid administrator.

Food & Housing $403 (Dependent) $1044 (Independent)
Transportation $329
Misc/Personal $299 (Dependent) $561 (Independent)

Admission Requirements

1. Be at least 17 years of age;
2. Have completed the 7th grade;
3. Possess a high school diploma or GED.  

Licensing Requirements

To be eligible for an operator, esthetician or manicurist license, an applicant must:

1. Submit a completed license application on a department-approved form;
2. Pay the applicable license fee under §83.80;
3. Be at least 17 years of age;
4. Have obtained a high school diploma, or the equivalent of a high school diploma, or have passed a valid examination administered by a certified testing agency that measures the person’s ability to benefit;
5. Have completed the number of curriculum hours required under TDLR §83.21in a licensed beauty culture school:
a. 1000 hours of operator instruction; or
b. 1000 hours of operator instruction in a licensed beauty culture school and 500 hours of related high school courses prescribed by the department in a vocational cosmetology program in a public school; or
c. 750 hours of esthetician instruction; or
d. 600 hours of manicurist instruction; and
6. Pass a written and practical examination required under §83.21.

Types of Employment

  • Make-Up Artist
  • Product Educator
  • Independent Esthetician
  • Medical Esthetician
  • Product Consultant
  • Instructor

For more information on occupational profiles related to this course, please visit the O*NET website at

Consumer/Rate Disclosures

For full disclosures about this and any other program, please visit our consumer/rate disclosures page.

Esthetics Course Schedule

Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM

Monday through Friday from 5:00 PM to 10:30 PM