Facilities and Equipment 2017-05-25T21:35:38+00:00
The Central Oklahoma College campus is a one-story free standing building consisting of 20,000 square feet that was custom designed to provide a modern and safe educational environment. The facility includes administrative and faculty offices, a cosmetology clinic, esthetician clinic/lab, dispensary, massage clinic/lab, medical lab, student break room, Learning Resource Center (library) and classrooms. The large clinic areas are equipped with professional equipment consisting of salon styling stations, a shampoo bar, manicure and pedicure stations, a make-up bar, and 12 fully equipped spa rooms.
All classrooms and labs are furnished with industry appropriate equipment and supplies applicable for each program area offered. A paved parking lot surrounds the building, is brightly lighted at night, and provides ample parking for students and clients. For added security, the facility has access controlled entry and exits with cameras inside and outside.

Massage Therapy

The Massage Therapy program gives students a foundation in basic massage theory and technique. Students will gain skills in Swedish massage, Reflexology, Sports Massage and treating clients with special needs. All lab/clinic work emphasizes anatomy, physiology, and pathology, as well as client customer service and massage application. Upon completion of the program, students will be eligible to sit for the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB), Massage & Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEX). Massage graduates will be eligible for-entry- level positions in the massage and spa industry.

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Esthetician

The Esthetician program is the study of cosmetic products, skin care, and hair removal. The students will gain skills in basic massage, skin analysis, light therapy, facials and  cosmetic  applications  to  gain  entry-level employment in the cosmetology field. Upon completion of the program, students will be able to sit for the State Board examination for an Esthetician license.

All course work meets Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology minimum curriculum requirements.

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Basic Cosmetology

The Basic Cosmetology program is a comprehensive program covering all phases of cosmetology, preparing the student for an entry-level career as a Licensed Cosmetologist. The Cosmetology course will provide the student with the necessary skills and will prepare the student to pass the State Board Examination. The approach to training used by the college is based on sound educational principals and teaching fundamentals. Upon completion of the course, the student shall have demonstrated all required competencies that are part of the State Board Examination.

All course work meets Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology & Barbering minimum curriculum requirements.

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Medical Assistant

The Medical Assistant program is designed to prepare students to function effectively as an integral member of the physician’s health care team. Students will learn extensive and comprehensive training in body structure and the functions of the various body systems. This includes developing a working knowledge of specimen collection and various laboratory procedures to include infection control, EKG, injections, and sterilization. Students will also learn proper techniques in assisting in minor surgical procedures and preparation of patients for diagnostic tests. The Medical Assistant program develops administrative and clinical skills, preparing students for entry-level positions at physician offices, clinics, and hospitals. Upon completion of the program, students will be eligible to sit for the American Association of Medical Personnel (AAMP) Registered Medical Assistant and Registered Phlebotomist national exams.

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Barber

The Barber program is designed to prepare students for an entry level career as a Licensed Barber. Students will learn all phases of barbering in a classroom, lab and clinical environment. This includes developing and demonstrating a working knowledge in safety and disinfection procedures, anatomy and physiology, chemistry, facial massage, haircutting and styling, perms, hair coloring, men’s shaving and beard design, and State Board rules, regulations and statutes. The approach to training used by the college is based on sound educational principals and teaching fundamentals. Upon completion of the course, the student shall have demonstrated all required competencies to take the Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology & Barbering Examination.

All course work meets Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology & Barbering minimum curriculum requirements.

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Administrative Medical Assistant

The Administrative Medical Assistant program is designed to prepare students to function effectively as an integral member of the physician’s health care team. Students will learn extensive and comprehensive training in body structure and the functions of various body systems to perform diagnostic and procedural coding. The Administrative Medical Assistant program also prepares students for managing front desk operations, communicating with patients, scheduling appointments, electronic billing, filing insurance claims, maintaining patient records, and medical transcription. The Administrative Medical Assistant program develops administrative and office management skills, preparing students for entry-level positions at physician offices, clinics, and hospitals. Upon completion of the program, students will be eligible to sit for the National Healthcareer Association (NHA), Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) national exam.

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