Prepares for entry-level positions as a medical esthetician in medical offices, plastic surgery centers, as well as dermatology offices. Participate in realistic training through the student-operated clinic on campus.
Approx. # of Quarters: 2
Estimated Cost: $3,855.72
Admission Dates: Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer quarters
Prerequisites: Current Esthetics license issued by Washington State Department of Licensing - High School Diploma or GED required
Perform services on live models. Services performed include chemical peels, micro-current, and micro-dermabrasion. Curriculum includes all related first aid, safety, and sanitation procedures. Lectures on laser physics and contraindications to services are included.
This program is approximately two quarters in length, depending on the time students need to satisfactorily complete all graduation requirements.
|Catalog #||Course Name||Credits|
|ES 201||Pharmacology for Estheticians||3|
|ES 205||Introduction to Esthetic Medical Office Procedures||4|
|ES 211||Infection Control for Medical Estheticians||1|
|ES 216||Camoflage Makeup||2|
|ES 221||Medical Esthetics Procedures||6|
|ES 227||Medical Esthetic Machinery||4|
|ES 230||Patient Education||1|
|ES 236||Independent Research Project for Medical Esthetics||2|
|ES 240||Business Skills & Professional Development for Medical Esthetics||5|
|ES 242||Laser Theory||4|
|ES 252||Advanced Cosmetic Chemistry||2|
|ES 256||Clinical Laboratory for Medical Esthetics||10|
|Total Credits for Completion||44|