As of September 16th, 2014, online cosmetology degrees are not available. All 50 states require the majority, or in some cases all, of cosmetology training hours to be held in the classroom due to the need for hands-on experience.
Some classes such as theory can be taken online. Individuals who already have a cosmetology license can also take continuing education units online in order to renew their cosmetology licenses. Ultimately, cosmetology students need hands-on learning experiences in order to pass the practical portion of the state board exams. Therefore, a complete online cosmetology degree is not expected to be available in the near future.Learn More
Between 50 and 70 percent of college students change their major at least once, according to Career Services at the University of La Verne. Among those who change majors, more than half switch majors at least three times before graduation.Full Answer >
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An A.A. degree is an Associate of Arts degree, while an A.A.S. degree is an Associate of Applied Science degree. Both are awarded upon completion of two-year college programs with similar core curriculum requirements.Full Answer >
While NCAA rule violation may seem like something that only happens in limited instances, there has been a lot of media attention paid to the fact that violations are actually quite common. These violations can range from the mundane, such as excessive telephone calls or subtle violations around practice times, to major violations relating to recruiting. Schools and programs that repeatedly violate rules, and habitually break the same rule in particular, are subject to discipline by the NCAA.Full Answer >