Esthetics (Skin Care)

The Esthetician course is a 600 hour course which takes approximately 4 months to complete for full-time students.

You learn, in depth, the basics of:

  • electrical facials
  • chemical peels
  • waxing
  • make-up
  • microdermabrasion
  • hot stone massage

…and more.

This course is designed to teach the basic skills you need to receive your state license and begin your career in esthetics.

Gainful Employment for Estheticians


    • Candace says:

      If you have already been to orientation you don’t have to go again. Just make an appointment to get enrolled. We actually changed orientation to July 7.

  1. Eva Huerta says:

    If I were to start it would be 2016 school year. I have not worked on a Fasfa yet, I am browsing schools right now. I would like to find what the full time and part time class schedules are got the Esthetics program. I would be commuting and needing to do this around school for my kids and a work schedule. any Info emailed to me would be great. Thank you

  2. Juanita says:

    Hello, I am interested in the Esthetics program and would appreciate more information. I am projected to finish my degree and minor at UC Merced spring 2017, which is mid May. I am especially curious about when I would be able to join the program if I would be potentially starting in May. In addition, could I have clarification about what is the entrance exam?
    best regards,

    • Candace says:

      Hi Juanita, the start date for the esthetician class for May, 2017 will probably be May 16. We start a new class every other month. The entrance exam is basic reading comprehension. It’s very easy and only a few questions long.

  3. Mayra says:

    I’m interested to know about your school?
    I have question complete 100 hours Esthetics from out of state and would like to know if It can roll over to your school?

  4. Mayra says:

    Hi my name is Mayra I like to know more of your program.
    Esthetics , I’m from out of state and I have 200 hours complete, I like to know if it’s transferable.

    Thank you

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