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Health and Beauty Management: Associate of Applied Science Degree Requirements

90.5 Credits

The blended delivery format is offered at Albuquerque, Albuquerque West, Austin, Austin South, Bloomington, Brooklyn Center, Burnsville, Centennial, Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs South, Denver, Georgetown, Indianapolis, Lewisville, Mesquite, Minnetonka, Overland Park, Rapid City, Richardson, Rochester, Roseville, Sioux Falls, Tulsa, Watertown, and Weldon Spring. This program is also offered through NAU’s distance learning program.

Health and Beauty Management Major Core (6)

Credit Hours

(Must be taken at NAU)

HB2100

Mastering Cosmetology Business

6

 

 

6

Health and Beauty Vocational Core

50

 

50

General Education Core (34.5)

Communications

EN1150

Composition I

4.5

EN2100 or

Speech or

 

EN2150

Interpersonal Professional Communications

4.5

 

 

9

Science

SC

Science Elective

4.5

 

4.5

Mathematics

MA

Algebra Elective

4.5

 

 

4.5

Humanities/Behavioral/Social Science

Humanities/Behavioral/Social Science Elective #

4.5

 

4.5

General Education

CS1600

Pathways to Academic and Professional Success

4.5

CS2080

Career Management

3

 

General Education Elective *

4.5

 

 

12

Residents of the state of Minnesota OR students attending any Minnesota campus:

# must take a Humanities elective

* must take a Behavioral or Social Science elective

Students must pass the state board of cosmetology exam to earn this degree.

Students must present a copy of their state cosmetology license during the enrollment process to be enrolled into the Health and Beauty program.

Students can transfer a maximum of 50 quarter credit hours from their accredited cosmetology program into the vocation core, with a valid license. If the 50 quarter credits are not met, the student can make up the difference using approved business electives (courses coded AC, EC, FN, MG, MT, OL, OM).

Graduation Requirements: A minimum 2.0 GPA is required overall and in the Major Core. See the "Graduation Requirements" section of the catalog for additional requirements.

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