Esthetics training at Broken Arrow Beauty College and Cosmetology Education Center (Tulsa) is more than skin care basics, this unit of study can prepare students not only to sit for the board licensing exam but also for a future of gainful employment.
Our 600 hour course can train students in the science behind skin care basics and the business that supports it. Not only do Broken Arrow students can receive clinical practice to supplement the theory they learn in class, but they can also receive guided training from instructors who are dedicated to their success.
This course can prepare the student for employment in the cosmetology industry as an Esthetician, Technician for a cosmetic company, or as a Salon owner or manager.
The Broken Arrow Legacy
For more than 32 years Broken Arrow Beauty College has been a proud member of the Pivot Point International family of partner schools, because as the industry demands change our training program does too. Pivot Point leads the way in training in this industry and that allows us to help our graduates maintain their success in their field.
Broken Arrow Beauty College embodies the family culture, because we actually are family! Our current family owners took over the business in 1983, but the school has been individually owned and operated since first opening the doors in February of 1969.
Our esthetics program is offered at both locations and courses can be taken during the day or at night.
Broken Arrow Beauty College
400 South Elm Place Broken Arrow, Oklahoma74012
Call or Text: (918) 251-9669
Cosmetology Education Center
11122 East 71st Tulsa, Oklahoma74133
Call or Text: (918) 294-8627
Cost of Course:
|Pre-Clinic Lab Fees||$100|
|State Board Fee||$5|
Full-Time Day Classes – 35 hrs/week, 19 weeks/5 months
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Mon – Fri @ BABC Campus
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Mon – Fri @ CEC Campus
This course includes the following units of study:
|Units of Instruction||Clock Hours|
|Bacteriology, Sterilization & Sanitation||80|
|Sciences: Histology, Dermatology & Physiology of the Skin (includes structures & functions of skin & glands; color or morphology||180|
|Facials: Includes draping, manipulations, cleaning, toning, chemistry, light therapy & makeup||200|
|Non-permanent hair removal: (includes methods, procedures & arching)||40|
|Salon development: (includes business administration, law, insurance, professional ethics, record keeping, business telephone techniques, salesmanship displays, advertising, hygiene & public health||60|
|Cosmetology law, rules & regulations||40|