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Class Schedule

Spring 2019


Type Status Title Days Time Instructor
Evening Class   OPEN COSM 665SB - 43126 - Introduction to Cosmetology

COSM 665SB INTRODUCTION TO COSMETOLOGY (2)
(Pass/No Pass.)
Hours/semester: 32-36 lecture.
Short course designed for Cosmetology, Esthetician and Spa professionals who are interested in increasing or developing new skills, for the lay person who is interested in acquiring knowledge or skills related to self-enhancement, and for those interested in exploring career opportunities in the Cosmetology, Esthetician or Spa fields.

S 10:00am-2:00pm Richardson,C
Day Class   IN PROGRESS COSM 704 - 46509 - COSM Intermediate Concepts
M T 8:00am-9:00am Ryan,C
Day Class   IN PROGRESS COSM 704 - 46509 - COSM Intermediate Concepts
M T 9:10am-3:30pm Ryan,C
Day Class   IN PROGRESS COSM 705 - 46511 - COSM Business/Salon Experience
W Th F 8:00am-9:00am Ryan,C
Day Class   IN PROGRESS COSM 705 - 46511 - COSM Business/Salon Experience
W Th F 9:10am-3:30pm Ryan,C
Day Class   IN PROGRESS COSM 706 - 46516 - Cosmetology Advanced Concepts
W Th 8:00am-9:00am Cole,S
Day Class   IN PROGRESS COSM 706 - 46516 - Cosmetology Advanced Concepts
W Th 9:10am-3:00pm Cole,S
Day Class   IN PROGRESS COSM 707 - 46510 - COSM Salon and Licensure Prep
M T 8:00am-9:00am Richardson,C
Day Class   IN PROGRESS COSM 707 - 46510 - COSM Salon and Licensure Prep
M T 9:10am-3:30pm Richardson,C
Day Class   IN PROGRESS COSM 767 - 46592 - Eyelash Enhancements
F 8:10am-9:30am Rierson,K
Day Class   IN PROGRESS COSM 767 - 46592 - Eyelash Enhancements
F 9:40am-2:10pm Rierson,K
Day Class   IN PROGRESS COSM 775 - 30216 - Cosmetician/Esthetician
COSM 775 Esthetician I

The first of a two-course sequence designed to provide students with basic knowledge and skill development in skin care techniques, make-up application, and hair removal to qualify for the Esthetician examination at the California State Board of Cosmetology. Upon successful completion of both COSM 775 and COSM 776 (a minimum of 600 hours), the student will be eligible to apply for the Esthetician examination at the California State Board of Cosmetology.

Units: 12
Degree Credit
Letter Grade Only
  • Lecture hours/semester: 112-126
  • Lab hours/semester: 240-270
  • Homework hours/semester: 224-252
Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None
M T W Th 8:00am-9:30am Calderon,T
Day Class   IN PROGRESS COSM 775 - 30216 - Cosmetician/Esthetician
COSM 775 Esthetician I

The first of a two-course sequence designed to provide students with basic knowledge and skill development in skin care techniques, make-up application, and hair removal to qualify for the Esthetician examination at the California State Board of Cosmetology. Upon successful completion of both COSM 775 and COSM 776 (a minimum of 600 hours), the student will be eligible to apply for the Esthetician examination at the California State Board of Cosmetology.

Units: 12
Degree Credit
Letter Grade Only
  • Lecture hours/semester: 112-126
  • Lab hours/semester: 240-270
  • Homework hours/semester: 224-252
Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None
M T W Th 9:40am-1:30pm Calderon,T
Evening Class   IN PROGRESS COSM 776 - 43088 - Esthetician II

COSM 776 ESTHETICIAN II (12)
Hours/semester: 112-126 lecture/240-270 lab. Prerequisite: COSM 775 or equivalent.
The second of two courses in which students elaborate on previously learned skills and knowledge in skin care techniques, hair removal, and makeup application. Course includes lab time where students will integrate massage and skin care on clients. Upon successful completion of COSM 775 and COSM 776 (a total of 600 hours), the student will be eligible for a Certificate of Achievement from Skyline College and will be able to apply for the Esthetician examination at the California State Board of Cosmetology for licensure.

M T W Th 5:00pm-6:30pm Mitchell,R
Evening Class   IN PROGRESS COSM 776 - 43088 - Esthetician II

COSM 776 ESTHETICIAN II (12)
Hours/semester: 112-126 lecture/240-270 lab. Prerequisite: COSM 775 or equivalent.
The second of two courses in which students elaborate on previously learned skills and knowledge in skin care techniques, hair removal, and makeup application. Course includes lab time where students will integrate massage and skin care on clients. Upon successful completion of COSM 775 and COSM 776 (a total of 600 hours), the student will be eligible for a Certificate of Achievement from Skyline College and will be able to apply for the Esthetician examination at the California State Board of Cosmetology for licensure.

M T W Th 6:40pm-10:05pm Mitchell,R
Evening Class   IN PROGRESS WELL 705 - 45718 - Massage Theory and Practice II
WELL 705 Massage Theory and Practice II

Exploring massage therapy by further integrating spa and clinical perspectives associated with professional disciplines, knowledge, skill development, assessment and practice. Marketing, business, government laws and regulations, and maintaining proper documentation will be discussed. Topics include greater depth in massage theory, deep tissue massage techniques, tissue manipulations, and massage associated specifically to various special populations (athletes, physically challenged, among others).

Units: 3.5
Degree Credit
Letter Grade Only
  • Lecture hours/semester: 48-54
  • Lab hours/semester: 24-27
  • Homework hours/semester: 96-108
Prerequisites: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in, WELL 700 and WELL 703 or CAMTC approved school equivalent.
Corequisites: None
Th 5:45pm-8:35pm Wimmer,R
Evening Class   IN PROGRESS WELL 705 - 45718 - Massage Theory and Practice II
WELL 705 Massage Theory and Practice II

Exploring massage therapy by further integrating spa and clinical perspectives associated with professional disciplines, knowledge, skill development, assessment and practice. Marketing, business, government laws and regulations, and maintaining proper documentation will be discussed. Topics include greater depth in massage theory, deep tissue massage techniques, tissue manipulations, and massage associated specifically to various special populations (athletes, physically challenged, among others).

Units: 3.5
Degree Credit
Letter Grade Only
  • Lecture hours/semester: 48-54
  • Lab hours/semester: 24-27
  • Homework hours/semester: 96-108
Prerequisites: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in, WELL 700 and WELL 703 or CAMTC approved school equivalent.
Corequisites: None
Th 8:45pm-10:00pm Wimmer,R
Evening Class   IN PROGRESS WELL 708 - 45720 - Path/Pharm for Massage Therapy
WELL 708 Pathology and Pharmacology for Massage Therapists

An integrative perspective on the causes and effects of disease and the disease process in the context to the massage therapy profession. Focus on physiological mechanisms, disease states and symptoms, clinical assessments and indications / contraindications associated with diseases and disorders. Basic principles of pharmacology and commonly prescribed pharmaceuticals are also covered. This course cultivates greater understanding, dialogue and collaboration between clients/patients and holistic medicine health care professionals. This course does not teach students to diagnose since that is outside the scope of practice for massage therapy.

Units: 2
Degree Credit
Grade Option (Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass)
  • Lecture hours/semester: 32-36
  • Homework hours/semester: 64-72
Prerequisites: WELL 703 or , BIOL 250 or equivalent Anatomy and Physiology coursework taken at a CAMTC-approved or other regionally accredited institution.
Corequisites: None
W 8:00pm-10:00pm Wimmer,R
Evening Class   IN PROGRESS WELL 710 - 45721 - Clinical Kinesiology/Applied..

WELL 710 CLINICAL KINESIOLOGY AND APPLIED BIOMECHANICS FOR MANUAL THERAPY (3)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)
Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Prerequisite: WELL 703, or BIOL 250, or an equivalent courses taken at a CAMTC-approved institution. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
Client assessment through palpation of the structures and landmarks of the human body. Examination and analysis of the functional movements required for assessments. Applied biomechanics specific to neurological and musculoskeletal systems. Palpation skills include functional range of motion assessments such as motion implementation, manual muscle testing, and goniometer readings, among other assessment skills. Principles of structural kinesiology are presented in relation to functional mobility, body mechanics, gait, applied biomechanical analysis and joint specific palpation skills.

M 7:00pm-10:05pm Wimmer,R
Evening Class   IN PROGRESS WELL 711 - 46475 - Sports Med & Manual Therapy

WELL 711 SPORTS MEDICINE AND MANUAL THERAPY (3.0)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)
Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Prerequisite: WELL 703 or an equivalent course from a CAMTC-accredited institution. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
Introduction to the theory and practice of various manual therapy techniques used in sports medicine, including sports, trigger point, neuromuscular therapy, and facilitated stretching among others. Emphasis is on critical assessment skills for common conditions/injuries and evaluation to determine the treatment strategy/session planning for implementing manual therapy and massage techniques.

T 5:45pm-8:30pm Wimmer,R
Evening Class   IN PROGRESS WELL 711 - 46475 - Sports Med & Manual Therapy

WELL 711 SPORTS MEDICINE AND MANUAL THERAPY (3.0)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)
Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Prerequisite: WELL 703 or an equivalent course from a CAMTC-accredited institution. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
Introduction to the theory and practice of various manual therapy techniques used in sports medicine, including sports, trigger point, neuromuscular therapy, and facilitated stretching among others. Emphasis is on critical assessment skills for common conditions/injuries and evaluation to determine the treatment strategy/session planning for implementing manual therapy and massage techniques.

T 8:40pm-9:55pm Wimmer,R
Evening Class   IN PROGRESS WELL 713 - 46491 - Asian Bodywork Traditions

WELL 713 ASIAN BODYWORK TRADITIONS THEORY AND PRACTICE (3.0)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)
Hours/semester: 40-45 lecture/24-27 lab. Prerequisite: Admission to the Massage Therapy Program or existing CAMTC massage therapy certification or previous massage background. Recommended Preparation: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent; and WELL 721, or WELL 725 or WELL 740 or equivalent.
Exploration of the foundations of classical Shiatsu theory, emerging styles of contemporary Shiatsu modalities, Chinese acupressure, and integrated techniques. History of Japanese medicine and traditional Chinese medical concepts as they relate to Shiatsu and acupressure. Focus on Shiatsu and acupressure theory, Eastern perspectives of anatomy and physiology, the concept of energy and its dynamic relationship with health, prevention and disease. Various bodywork assessments, techniques and treatment strategies associated with both ancient energy-based traditions will be covered. Transfer credit: CSU.

M 6:00pm-6:50pm Wimmer,R
Evening Class  Online Class IN PROGRESS WELL 718 - 46521 - Stress Management Techniques
TBA Egan,C
Evening Class   OPEN for Waitlist WELL 723 - 46139 - Ayurvedic Aromatherapy

WELL 723 AYURVEDIC AROMATHERAPY (1)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)
Hours/semester: 16-18 lecture. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
Ayurvedic aromatherapy is an ancient healing technique with emphasis on using essential oils to bring the body into balance for health and healing. Focus on Ayurvedic foundations, concepts of Dosha, and use of essential oils to support the immune system and counterbalance stress and anxiety. Addresses how and what essential oils are appropriate to balance Chakras and individualized Dosha constitutions for maintaining health and wellness. Transfer credit: CSU.

S Su 9:00am-5:00pm Wimmer,R
Evening Class   OPEN for Waitlist WELL 732 - 46520 - Intro to Qigong/Qi Gong
S 9:00am-5:00pm Wimmer,R
Evening Class   IN PROGRESS WELL 740 - 45300 - Conscious Eating
WELL 740 CONSCIOUS EATING: A SUSTAINABLE APPROACH TO HEALTH AND HEALING (3)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)
Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
Explores the connection between health and eating from various cultural perspectives. Demystifying food used for healing from global medicinal perspectives comparing similarities and differences. Encompassing dynamic relationships between the food we eat, our consciousness, attitudes, and the environment in which we live and how it relates to our health. Providing greater clarity and more informed choices promoting a sustainable approach to health and healing.

W 6:00pm-7:50pm Wimmer,R
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