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Choosing to attend cosmetology school at The Salon Professional Academy (TSPA), Maplewood can be a great investment in yourself. You may wonder how cosmetology school is different from other trade schools, community colleges, or four-year universities. Choosing a school, working out financial aid, and fitting classes into your schedule are universal details when it comes to post-high school education. But a big difference between cosmetology school and other educational programs is the time it takes to complete.
Cosmetology Hour Requirements
At The Salon Professional Academy, Maplewood, our cosmetology program takes 1550 hours, which means the program can be completed in as little as 48 weeks. This means you could potentially have a cosmetology license in less than a year! There is also a possibility for the program to take longer, depending on your schedule’s flexibility.
Have proof of high school graduation, GED completion, or a recognized equivalent.
Apply for a license and pay the application fee.
Pass the Minnesota State Laws and Exam, General Theory Exam, and Written Practical Exam.
How Often Do Classes Start?
Are you ready to start school right away, or do you want to wait for a few months? At TSPA Maplewood, we have classes starting nearly every month. This means you could be on your way to a career opportunity in the industry in a year. We’ll also be offering half-time programs later this year, so stay tuned to learn more.
For more information about our graduation rates, the median loan debt of students who completed the program and other information visit http://www.tspamaplewood.com
Title IX Disclosure
The Academy does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the education programs or activities it operates and that it is required by Title IX not to discriminate in such a manner. Questions regarding Title IX may be referred to The Academy's Title IX Coordinator or to the Office of Civil Rights.
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