Human Services

Cosmetology

The program offers certificates for the facial specialist, instructor license and operator license. The certificate program is a full-time, 12-month program for Cosmetology Operator certificate and full-time, 8-month program for Facial Specialist certificate and Cosmetology Instructor certificate. All three certificate programs are approved by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations.

Upon successful completion of the program requirements, graduates are eligible to take their state exam. Upon passing their state exam, program graduates become licensed to practice in the State of Texas.

Programs Offered

★= Total certificate or degree offered
☆= Partial certificate or degree offered

Campuses: CF= LSC-CyFair, K= LSC-Kingwood, M= LSC-Montgomery, NH= LSC-North Harris, T= LSC-Tomball, OL= LSC-Online

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Cosmetology AAS Degree          
Cosmetology Facial
AAS Degree
         
Cosmetology Instructor
AAS Degree
         
Cosmetology Instructor Certificate          
Cosmetology Operator Certificate          
Facial Specialist Certificate          

Human Services

Students with a degree in human services often work in any number of capacities and jobs, including case managers or case workers, counselors, advocates, and prevention or education specialists.

Many graduates work one-on-one with clients in direct care positions, while others work behind the scenes or in administrative or management positions. Human service professionals work in government- or state-funded agencies, in nonprofit agencies, in residential treatment programs and hospitals, and in private offices or agencies.

Programs Offered

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Human Services AAS Degree: General Human Services Track          
Human Services AAS Degree: Substance Abuse Counseling Track          
Basic Chemical Dependancy Counselor Certificate          
Human Services Certificate          

Interpreter Training Technology

The interpreter training technology program will provide graduates with a strong academic and technical foundation designed to prepare them for state certification.

The Interpreter Training Technology Associate of Applied Science degree requires the completion of 67-68 semester credit hours of coursework including 30-31 semester credit hours of general academic courses and 37 semester credit hours of technical coursework. The program includes a supervised internship as a capstone external learning experience, which integrates all instructional components of the program.

Programs Offered

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Interpreter Training Technology AAS Degree          
ASL Communications Skills Certificate          
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