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ATLANTA TECHNICAL COLLEGE
BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIEEES | PERSONAL SERVICES
Program of Study:COSMETOLOGY
CIP Program Code: 12.040302
Major Code: CO12
Academic Year: 2017~18
This course syllabus is designed to assure students high academic success. It provides relevant information, outlines the course objectives, performance objectives, varied teaching methods that will be used, evaluation criteria for the course and work ethics, warranty claims, available student support services, expected accomplishments, and specific timelines.
Atlanta Technical College, a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia, located in the city of Atlanta, is an accredited institution of higher education that recognizes the importance of global education. The college provides affordable lifelong learning opportunities, associate degrees, diplomas, technical certificates of credit, customized business and industry training, continuing education, and other learning services using state-of-the-art technology. The integration of academics and applied career preparation to enhance student learning is essential in meeting the workforce demands and economic development needs of people, businesses, and the communities we serve.
Course Title: HAIRCOLORING
Course Code Number: COSM 1050 200
Contact Hours: 90 Hours
Includes: Non-Lab Hours: Week ~ 10
Lab Hours: Week ~ 90
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: None Co-requisites: All Required
COSM 1030 – Introductory to Cosmetology Theory
Instructor's Name: Herron, Bryce
Office Room Number: Office Complex
Office Phone Number: (404) 225-4591
Instructor's Email Address: mailto:email@example.com@atlantatech.edu
Office Hours: See Instructor for scheduling
Course Time: 5:10 ~ 9:50 pm
Lab Time: 5:10 ~ 9:50 pm
Days: Monday and Wednesday Classroom Number: 1232
Provide haircutting experience on live models. Topics include: implements, products and supplies, hair structure, hair texture, hair density, hair wave pattern, safety procedures, and advanced hair techniques (combination haircutting).
Understanding Tools | Implements
Products and Supplies
Safety Procedures in Haircutting
Standard Textbook of Cosmetology – Milady Publishers
Workbook for Practical – Milady Publishers
Workbook for Theory – Milady Publishers
State Board Exam Review – Milady Publishers
REQUIRED TOOLS/EQUIPMENT: MANDATORY NO EXCEPTIONS
Haircutting Shears, Texturizing Shears, Hair Shaper, Clippers, and Outliners (Trimmers)
Hair shapers (Razors)
2 Plastic Containers
1 First Aid Kit
One dozen Duck Bill Clips
All Purpose Clips
1 Mannequin Holder
1 Thermal Stove
1 Blowdryer (Andis recommended)
Combs (All-purpose with numbers, Rattails, Styling, Wide-tooth)
1999 Milady standard System of Salon Skills for Cosmetology
1999 Milady’s CD ROM “Fundamentals of Cosmetology”
1994 Milady’s “Playing it Safe”, a guide to decontamination and Personal Protection
1994 Milady’s Haircutting Dictionary
1994 Milady’s Cosmetology Dictionary
1999 Milady’s Salon Management for Cosmetology
COMPUTER REQUIRMENTS FOR BLACKBOARD COMPATIBILITY:
One of the following operating systems is required: Microsoft Windows OS (XP, Vista); Apple Mac OS X (10.0) or above; or Unix/Linux. Internet Access - DSL or cable is recommended. Recommended Software - Adobe Acrobat Reader; Macromedia Flash 7.0+; Macromedia: Shockwave; QuickTime; Windows Media
School insurance (included in the student activity fee).
METHODS OF TEACHING:
In order to accommodate varied learning styles this course will utilize various teaching methods. Possible methods include lectures, discussions, demonstrations, handouts, objective sheets, information sheets, e-mail, Internet assignments, multimedia presentations, and/or student reports.
ATTENDANCE & WITHDRAWAL POLICY:
Because employers demand workers who are competent and reliable, regular attendance and punctuality are critical traits in the workplace. Students are expected to attend all classes as scheduled. Specific attendance requirements are established by each program and outlined in the course syllabus; however, programs governed by state and federal licensing agencies may have more specific attendance policies. Records of absences and tardiness are maintained by each instructor. Excessive absenteeism and tardiness impact work ethics evaluations and course grades. Therefore, it may become necessary to withdraw from a course due to excessive absenteeism or tardiness.
Formal withdrawal from the College or specific courses is the sole responsibility of the student. This can be done via Banner Web or by completing an official withdrawal form located in the Office of the Registrar up to the midpoint of the semester. Failure to withdraw by the mid-semester may result in a failing grade for the course, or an unofficial withdrawal from the course by the instructor for lack of attendance.
Withdrawals can jeopardize the student’s current and future financial aid eligibility. Specifically, students must complete and pass 67% of all classes attempted. Each withdrawal (W) as well as grades of D, F, I, WP, and WF counts against the student’s completion rate. Also, if a student withdraws prior to the 60% point of the semester, (s)he could be required to repay at least a portion of the aid received for the semester. Consequently, it is imperative that students maintain their attendance (stay in class) or consistently log on to an online course to avoid jeopardizing eligibility for financial aid and having to repay funds.
Students who stop attending a class or miss 20 percent or more of class time will be administratively withdrawn from the course. The student will receive a grade of "W" should this occur prior to mid-semester, and a grade of "WP" (withdrawal passing) or "WF" (withdrawal failing) should this occur after the mid-semester. The grade will be determined based on the student's academic performance up to the time the student ceases to be enrolled. The last date of attendance will be recorded as the last day that the student attended class or participated in an instructor approved academically related activity. Students who take hybrid or on-line courses must login at least once weekly and materially participate in the courses according to the course syllabus to be counted “present” and receive credit for attendance. It is the responsibility of students to know the attendance requirement of each hybrid or on-line course in which they are enrolled. Absences from class due to a financial aid purge or non-payment do not count toward the 20 percent of allowed class absences for each course. For example, if a student is removed from the roster this is not counted as an absence.
Any student reported as a “no-show” by an instructor will be administratively removed from that class. “No-show” withdrawals can jeopardize current and future financial aid eligibility.
“No-show” Attendance Definition
The definition of a “no-show” is a student who is registered for a class and does not attend the class the first week of the semester. A student will be considered a “no show” if the following occurs:
Does not attend at least one of the first three classes of any course that meets daily.
Does not attend at least one of the first two classes that meet twice a week.
Does not attend the first class of a course that meets once a week.
Does not materially participate in an online class during the first seven days.
In this face to face/hybrid course, the number of absences that constitutes 20% of missed class is ___________. Required military service, jury duty and school sponsored field trips are an exception to the 20% attendance rule with original documentation. For face to face classes, if a student is up to 15 minutes late three times this will equal one absence. When a student hits the 10% or 20% absenteeism mark you will receive an email from the instructor indicating you are in danger of being dropped from the course or have been dropped from the course. You will also be removed from Blackboard or any other electronic learning management system.
All 100% online classes will take attendance using Banner.
All face to face classes will use a mandatory sign in sheet for daily recording purposes. It is the students’ responsibility to sign this sheet.
Student mastery of course competencies will be evaluated based on homework materials, assigned lessons and exercises, quizzes and examinations, as well as mid-semester and final exams.
Grading System: Students will be graded using the following system in accordance with Atlanta Technical College and academic program policies and procedures.
A 90% - 100%
B 80% - 89%
C 70% - 79%
D 60% - 69%
F 0% - 59%
Evaluation Criteria (Totals 100%):
Class participation 20 points
Discussion Board 15 points
Final Exam 30 points
Mid-Term Exam 10 points
Quizzes 15 points
ALL ASSIGNMENTS, EXAMS, PROJECTS, QUIZZES, ETC. MUST BE COMPLETED BY THE DUE DATE GIVEN. ALL ASSIGNMENTS, EXAMS, PROJECTS, QUIZZES, ETC. WILL BE RETURNED/GRADED WITHIN 10 BUSINESS DAYS.
NOTE: Consistent with state requirements, Atlanta Technical College requires a minimum of C for progressing from specified courses to more advanced courses. Additionally, Atlanta Technical College requires an average of 70% or a grade of C for students to receive credit for a course. (See Student Handbook).
Other grades allowed by Atlanta Technical College include:
EX Exempted by Examination Not Computed
W Withdrew Not Computed (Only given before mid-semester).
WP Withdrew Passing Not Computed (Given after mid-semester).
WF Withdrew Failing Computed
TR Transfer Credit Not Computed
AU Audited Not Computed
S Satisfactory Not Computed
U Unsatisfactory Not Computed
I Incomplete* Not Computed
*Course requirements for removal of an incomplete must be satisfactorily completed prior to the following semester’s mid-semester date.
The work ethics program is designed to evaluate and encourage good work habits to ensure job retention and career advancement. Employability skills refer to the basic academic, interpersonal, reasoning, problem solving skills, and work ethics that, when transferred to the occupational settings, facilitate job acquisition, retention, and advancement.
Job retention and advancement competency areas consist of desirable job performance skills and attitudes that directly influence the employee’s ability to maintain employment or advance. Included within this definition are such behaviors as:
Arriving for classes or meetings on time;
Completing work satisfactorily and on time;
Responding positively to supervision;
Following directions correctly;
Adhering to policies and regulations;
Using tools and resources properly;
Observing safety provisions; and
Working effectively as part of a team.
Considering the above, the work ethics program will focus on the following characteristics in accordance with the Technical College System of Georgia’s work ethics guide:
ATTENDANCE 6. PRODUCTIVITY
CHARACTER 7. ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS
TEAMWORK 8. COMMUNICATION
APPEARANCE 9. COOPERATION
ATTITUDE 10. RESPECT
A work ethics grade will be given each semester for credit courses. The “work ethics” grade(s) will be printed on transcripts and grade reports.
Every student’s work ethics evaluation is assumed to be “meets expectations” at the beginning of each semester. The evaluation is based on the principle of daily grading by exception. This means that instructors are required to record a grade only for those students who display poor work ethics or those who display exceptionally good work ethics on a given day. An exception form is processed for these students.
The grades assigned for work ethics are: exceeds expectations = 3
meets expectations = 2
needs improvement = 1
unacceptable = 0
COURSE LENGTH WITH TIME LINES: MINUTES CONTACT HOUR
Course length with timelines is based on instructional days.
Means of Assessment
Solve equations and inequalities, both algebraically and graphically.
Set up station arranging all implements in the sequence of their usage.
Demonstrate knowledge of geometry in haircutting techniques.
Demonstrate knowledge of chemistry in shampoo/conditioning products.
Identify and maintain safety and posture for both client and technician during a haircutting application.
The student is expected and encouraged to use the school library which is located on the main campus in building G. The library has media equipment for faculty and staff use for instructional purposes. There are over 130 computers, a multimedia room equipped with audio and audiovisual resources, and printing, copying, faxing, and scanning services. Seating is available throughout the library along with study carrels, six study rooms for reserve, one conference room and a Digital Classroom used for class instruction. Atlanta Technical College's library operating hours are Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Students may use the library located at Atlanta Metropolitan State College, or any other library within their access, to gather further information about the topic under discussion in class, or about any topic of interest to the student. If a particular resource cannot be obtained at the ATC Library, a student may use the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service to locate the item(s). This service borrows books, articles and other resources from other libraries within the region. The ILL form may be accessed via the webpage under the Library’s home page. Students are also expected and encouraged to use available Internet resources, as well as relevant periodicals, books, and electronic resources. Most course textbooks may be checked out for a two-hour, in-house library use only.
Remediation/tutorial support is available by each instructor during designated office hours. Remediation/tutorial support may be teacher or student initiated depending on the student’s progress. Several programs of study offer services through peer counselors and mentors. Atlanta Technical College also offers math, English, reading, and study skills tutorials through the Learning Support Center. Located in room 2118, the Learning Support Center provides an open study area, face-to-face tutorial, Internet access, and various tutorial computer software. Students may also find out how to access our 24/7 online tutorial programs by visiting the Learning Support Center. The Learning Support Center’s operating hours are Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Friday, 7:30a a.m. – 4:00 p.m.; Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Various forms of financial aid are available. Students whose last name begins with A-J should call 404. 225.4720, and students whose last name is K-Z should call 404.225.4717. The Financial Aid office is located in the Dennard Building, Room 125, and the phone number is 404.225.4716.
As set forth in its student catalog, Atlanta Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, veteran status, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). For further information regarding these laws (Title VI and IX) contact Sylvie Moses, equity/special needs coordinator, Atlanta Technical College, Cleveland Dennard Center, Suite B164, 404.225.4434. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. To request reasonable accommodations upon enrollment (Section 504/ADA), contact Sylvie Moses, career planner/special needs, Student Affairs Division, Cleveland Dennard Building, Suite B164, 404.225.4434. Email: email@example.com. Atlanta Technical College, 1560 Metropolitan Parkway, SW, Atlanta, GA 30310.
WARRANTY OF DEGREE, DIPLOMA, AND TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE OF CREDIT GRADUATES:
Curriculum standards have been developed with direct involvement of business and industry. These standards serve as the industry-validated specifications for each occupational program. The TCSG guarantee to every one of our students is this:
If one of our graduates educated under a standard program or his/her employer finds that the graduate is deficient in one or more competencies as defined in the standards, the technical college will retrain the employee at no instructional cost to the employee or the employer.
This guarantee is in effect for a period of two years after graduation.
*Atlanta Technical College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
Revision Date: August 28, 2002 1 of 6re over 130 computers, a multimedia room equipped with audio and audiovisual resources, and printing, copying, faxing, and scanning services. Seating is available throughout the library along with study carrels, six study rooms for reserve, one conference room and a Digital Classroom used for class instruction. Atlanta Technical College's library operating hours are Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Students may use the library located at Atlanta Metropolitan State College, or any other library within their access, to gather further information about the topic under discussion in class, or about any topic of interest to the student. If a particular resource cannot be obtained at the ATC Library, a student may use the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service to locate the item(s). This service borrows books, articles and other resources from other libraries within the region. The ILL form may be accessed via the webpage under the Library’s home page. Students are also expected and encouraged to use available Internet resources, as well as relevant periodicals, books, and electronic resources. Most course textbooks may be checked out for a two-hour, in-house library use only.
As set forth in its student catalog, Atlanta Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, veteran status, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). For further information regarding these laws (Title VI and IX) contact Sylvie Moses, equity/special needs coordinator, Atlanta Technical College, Cleveland Dennard Center, Suite B164, 404.225.4434. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. To request reasonable accommodation