It’s been a year since the last Cosmetology NewsBest Cosmetologist article, and the first thing that pops up in the search results is the term, “Cosmetology College in Charleston.”
It’s not just the fact that the phrase “Cosmological College in Southern Charm” is part of the search bar.
It’s the fact Charleston has two of the top five most highly ranked cosmetological colleges in the nation, as well as the third highest number of graduates in its Cosmetological Education program.
Charleston’s Cosmetologically Accelerated Degree program is one of the highest-ranked in the country, ranking fourth overall in its total number of degree recipients.
The Cosmetologists in Charleston program is the second most popular program in the state, with 4,818 graduates.
And Charleston’s cosmology programs are second only to the University of Charleston, according to the latest rankings from the Association of American Universities (AAU).
Charleston has over 300 undergraduate and graduate degrees in cosmetologists, which is one out of every three students who enter the program.
According to the AAU, the average cosmetologist at Charleston College will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in cosmology and a master’s degree and a Ph.
D. in cosmological physics.
Charlampas highest cosmetologic program is at the University at Charleston, which has a total of 534 graduates and 2,918 graduates overall, according the AAU.
That’s in part due to the fact the program is accredited by the National Council on Accreditation of Cosmetologies (NCAC).NCAC accredited the program in 2010 and 2014, but its certification was suspended in 2019 because of a lack of oversight by the board of governors.
The Board of Governors of the American Association of Cosmologists (AAAC) is currently considering a request to renew the accreditation of the program at Charleston.
According the AAAC, “there is no formal process for accrediting and managing cosmetologies accreditation.”
The AAAC has issued a press release on the matter, calling the situation “unacceptable.”
The Cosmological Education Program is a program for cosmetologically advanced students to gain advanced training and experience.
The program provides students with a variety of learning opportunities including hands-on experience with advanced equipment, workshops, labs, and clinical practice.
Charlatans cosmetolgist and Director of the Cosmetologics in Charleston Program, Kevin Rizzo, says there’s a lot of passion for cosmology among the students at Charleston School of Cosmology.
“Our program is incredibly exciting, and we’re excited to work with our students to continue to build their skills, which are needed in the workforce,” he said.