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Cosmetology Management Associate Degree

Where To Go From Here

Graduates of the cosmetology management program possess skills and knowledge to provide services to customers and to operate as shop managers in today’s business setting. Some may wish to emphasize entrepreneurial skills with plans to open their own shops in the future. In addition to the courses required for degree completion, students must be eligible for state cosmetology licensure testing. MCC does not offer courses in cosmetology. Students who hold a valid State of Michigan Cosmetology license may be granted up to 29 general cosmetology credits toward this degree. Students interested in transferring to a four-year institution are encouraged to consult an MCC counselor or academic advisor.

Why This Degree

Students who earn an associate of applied science degree will be prepared to manage or open their own cosmetology business earning $24,300 to $29,590 per year. The cosmetology management degree can lead to continued education at the bachelor-degree level acquiring further knowledge to own a successful business.