The Barbering program is designed to instruct students in the basic skills required to obtain licensure through the State of Delaware and for competency in entry-level employment in the barbering filed or a related career field. The program includes instruction in hair cutting and styling, shaving, shampooing, chemical applications, hair coloring, scalp and hair treatments, manicuring, shop management, sanitation and safety, customer service, professionalism and applicable laws and regulations.
1,500 clock hours
PROGRAM SCHEDULE OPTIONS
Full Time: 32.5 hours/week, Monday through Friday 9 AM to 4 PM
Part Time: 19 hours/week, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 5 PM to 9 PM & Saturday 8 AM to 3:30 PM
NORMAL COMPLETION TIME SCHEDULE
Full Time: 49 Weeks
Part Time: 19 Months
PROGRAM PAYMENT OPTION
- Financial Aid is Available for Those Who Qualify
- Monthly payment plans>
See FINANCING PAGE for additional information on Financial Aid and payment options.
PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Minimum requirements: 16 years of age, High School Diploma, GED or Recognized Equivalent. (Additional admissions requirements may apply. Please contact the admissions office for more information)
DELAWARE LICENSING INFORMATION
License Title: Master Barber
Required School hours: 1,500
General: All Applicants must be 16 years of age or older and completed at least 10th grade. A criminal history may be a bar to licensure. Please review Section 18 to see if this applies.
Delaware License law: https://dpr.delaware.gov/boards/cosmetology/
Licensing Examination Information: Theory and Practical Examination Required. The Delaware Licensing Examination is conducted through Professional Credential Services, Inc. For additional information or to apply online visit www.pcshq.com
Licensing Testing Fees: Visit the Professional Credential Services, Inc. site for a listing of current fees.
OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CAREER
Occupational information about this career is available online at O*net online
Barber Soc Code 39-5011.00
Disclosure: Actual graduate salaries may be lower than those shown by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.