About this Major
Cosmetologists must function effectively under stress, communicate in a professional manner, and establish a rapport with clients and colleagues. They must be flexible, creative, artistic, and have good time management skills in a fast-paced environment. Work is usually indoors with a low to moderate noise level. Prolonged standing and working is often necessary to accomplish tasks.
- Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering Basic Cosmetologist Exam
- Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering Basic Cosmetologist License
This career major's curriculum meets the professional licensure requirements for Oklahoma but does not meet the licensure requirements for all other states.
Students enrolled in the Cosmetology career major must provide copies of their birth certificate and high school transcript, as well as a 2x2-inch full-face face photo newer than one year old and a Cashier's check ($5.00) payable to the Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering (OSBCB). A social security number is required on the initial application and is required to obtain a cosmetology license from the OSBCB.