Diploma in Cosmetic Management
Humber College’s Cosmetic Management diploma program gives you the business base and cosmetic skills that you need for a career in the growing cosmetic and personal care industries.
|Full-time Duration:||2 years|
|Starting in:||September 2020|
|Tuition Fee:||CAD 7,496 per semester|
|Location:||North Campus (Toronto, Canada)|
The curriculum, designed in collaboration with the cosmetics industry, focuses on current market trends and touches on all disciplines that students require to enter the personal care products sector. Courses encompass training in cosmetic and skin care product ingredients, retailing, merchandising, marketing and social media, make-up and skin care application, as well as the skills necessary for running an independent business. Topics such as environmental implications and multicultural sensitivity are embedded in each course.
The Humber College’s Cosmetic Management diploma program delivers a range of business-focused cosmetic courses. You will be introduced to the history of cosmetics and fashion; retail buying; cosmetic and fragrance product knowledge; and application including colour theory and skin care fundamentals. You will study business ethics and sustainability, cosmetic selling, and counter management. You will learn how to use relevant computer software and build on your vocational skills with advanced cosmetic application and facial techniques.
Rounding out your education, you will develop your entrepreneurial skills and learn how to plan events and product launches, as you plan and execute a skin or cosmetic workshop. You will also learn more advanced application techniques for TV, film and special effects.
- Introductory Cosmetic Application
- Cosmetic and Fragrance Product Knowledge
- Colour Theory and Trends
- History of Cosmetics and Fashion
- An Introduction to Arts and Sciences
- College Reading and Writing Skills
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Transform your passion for cosmetics and beauty into a career.
Enjoy a career in this thriving industry, managing a cosmetic/fragrance brand, or working as a product developer or a buyer. Alternatively, build a career in other capacities such as makeup artist, counter manager or account executive. According to the market data firm, Research and Markets, there are more than 3,500 cosmetics companies in Canada. Toronto and southern Ontario provide a number of opportunities to begin your career in the cosmetics industry.