A BA (Bachelor of Arts) is a popular undergraduate program that can be pursued in a number of different areas. Graduates can either pursue a career or continue on with their education to earn a master’s or doctorate degree.
You may be wondering, what is a BA in Cosmetology? This program is designed for those who want to build skills related to beauty therapy. Not only will students build on their beautification talents, but many programs will also offer classes in business, such as human relations, communication, and marketing. Upon graduation, individuals will typically know how to employ the latest technologies to eliminate body and skin defects, maintain healthy body and facial skin, and highlight attractive features.
Students who pursue this program benefit in a variety of ways. Beauty and skin health will always be a priority for many people, so the job market should be favorable. In a BA program, students are also introduced to business principles, which allows for many more career opportunities.
The financial requirements associated with earning a degree in cosmetology will vary from one place to another. Factors involved include the location of the school and length of the program. Individuals who are interested in pursuing this education path should research schools and call them directly to see if the tuition and fees match their budget.
Upon graduation, students will have ample skills that will prepare them for work in beauty salons, aesthetic cosmetology clinics, a variety of organizations in the beauty industry, and photo and film studies. Individuals who want to explore the skin in more depth may want to continue their education to work in dermatology or associated industry. Many graduates open up their own salons or private businesses to work independently.
Begin researching and comparing schools by using our extensive online database. Starting now, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Can singing "This Little Light of Mine" really help somebody relearn to speak, after being shot in the head through Broca's area? How can music-based interventions improv
Can singing "This Little Light of Mine" really help somebody relearn to speak, after being shot in the head through Broca's area? How can music-based interventions improve Alzheimer's patients' functioning and quality of life? Could music be a viable alternative to drugs or other types of therapy in treating mood disorders? How does music affect development in children?
If any of these questions interest you, consider enrolling in CMU's music therapy program, accredited by the Canadian Association for Music Therapy (CAMT).
This program is designed for students interested in a career in music therapy. Music therapists use music in a skillful, systematic way to promote positive changes in the mental, physical, emotional, or spiritual functioning of individuals and groups. Employment opportunities for music therapists exist in mental health facilities, nursing homes, hospitals, schools, group homes, and many other settings. As well, many music therapists develop their own private practices. Music therapists are expected to be accomplished and versatile musicians with a solid grounding in the study of normal and abnormal human development in addition to their music therapy skills. Above and beyond the skills and techniques of music therapy, students at CMU gain an understanding of spirituality, ethics, and counseling, invaluable to a career in any care profession....
Want to be a professional make-up artist, working in places like English National Opera and West End theatres, or the BBC and ITV, and on major film productions with dire
Want to be a professional make-up artist, working in places like English National Opera and West End theatres, or the BBC and ITV, and on major film productions with directors like Steven Spielberg, Tim Burton and Danny Boyle?
That’s exactly what our graduates have gone on to achieve, and with this course under your belt, there’s every chance for you to follow suit.
This unique programme will give you:
An in-depth understanding of the media make-up industry.
Insight into the role of make-up artists in relation to stage, TV and film, fashion editorial and promotional shoots.
The skills and creative flair to use make-up to express emotions, transform faces and portray character.
The technical and artistic skills for complete make-up transformations.
The research skills required to ensure the quality and accuracy of character portrayal.
Skills in the art of hair work, character development, body painting, postiche (wig-making) and prosthetics.
A comprehensive portfolio of work to show prospective employers.
The opportunity to undertake work-based learning and live projects in the media world.
Teaching and Assessment
The programme is designed to offer students who have successfully completed the foundation degree, or a similar course in make-up, the opportunity to obtain the award of
What's the Make-up Artistry & Effects (Special Effects pathway and Fashion and Media pathway) course about?
The programme is designed to offer students who have successfully completed the foundation degree, or a similar course in make-up, the opportunity to obtain the award of an honors degree.
The course comprises of a range of core modules designed to further extend key skills, attributes and advance technical ability in the art of make-up transformation. These modules are further complemented by fashion and media specialist modules.
The course aims to produce professional make-up artists who are equipped with all the skills to adapt and respond to the challenging demands of the make-up industry. ...
Our BA (Hons) Make-up for Media and Performance course gives you the skills you need to play a key creative role in performance, fashion, film or television. The make-up
Our BA (Hons) Make-up for Media and Performance course gives you the skills you need to play a key creative role in performance, fashion, film or television. The make-up artist is an important member of any production team and you’ll work with students studying acting, film production, costume, and fashion to create ‘live’ collaborative projects.
You can download the full programme specification here.
Studying at AUB
Read more about learning and teaching at AUB and when you will receive your timetable here
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Level 4 (First year)
The first year (Level 4) of the course is designed to teach you the fundamental creative, practical, analytical and critical skills needed by makeup artists working in various media and performance industries....