Albany Beauty Academy LLC

2231 Dawson Rd Suites I &J – Albany GA 31707


Fax: 1-888-780-7250


Natural Hairstylist


“Pay as You GO” tuition program requires a $200 to start. After the first week, payments of $125  a week

4 weeks 3 days a week Mon, Tues, Wed 5pm – 8 pm

In this course, students are taught the art of natural hairstyling. The student is trained in braiding, weaves, extensions, hair wraps, etc. However, they are not taught or allowed to chemically alter the texture or color of hair.  At completion of the course, the student is awarded certification.

Here are the basic supplies you’ll need for practical for all natural hair classes:

  • 1 black mannequin
  • 1 mannequin stand
  • 1 parting comb
  • 1 barber comb
  • 1 pair scissors
  • 1 lighter
  • 1 latch hook
  • Duck bill & single prong short clips
  • Double prong clips
  • Instructor will tell you want type of hair to bring for class
  • Text Book: Milady Standard; Natural Hair Care and Braiding by Diane Carol Bailey

(Books & supplies are NOT included in tuition)

Cosmetology Instructor (750) Hours

(Course takes approximately 6-8 months to complete.)

The Cosmetology Instructor Program offered at Albany Beauty Academy, LLC is a complete study of instructor principles designed to cover all phases required by the Georgia State Board of Cosmetology. A junior instructor will learn how to devise curriculum and lesson plans, set objectives, and formulate tests and evaluations.

(For more information on the Georgia State Board of Cosmetology please visit their website:

Registration fee: $50.00 (non-refundable)
Kits: $
Books/Smock: $
Tuition fee: $ (can be paid by installment)

Total: $
Financing available for those who qualify.



Full-Time (30 hrs/wk) Part-Time (22 hrs/wk) 
Monday – Friday
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Tuesday – Friday
4:00 PM to 9:30 PM If 10 students attend

Course Listing:

Course # Course Name Required Hours
Junior Level (1 – 375 Hours)
COS 510 Theory of General Education I 125
COS 520 Theory of General Education II 125
COS 530 Teaching Techniques & A/V Aids I 125
Senior Level (376 – 750 Hours)
COS 540 Teaching Techniques & A/V Aids II 100
COS 600 Practice of Teaching I 90
COS 610 Practice of Teaching I 185
Total Hours Required 750


Practical Applications:

Area Applications
Teaching Techniques & Audio/Visual Aids 225
Practice of Teaching 275


Course Outline

Cosmetology Rules & Regulations

Principles of Teaching Cosmetology

Principles of Teaching Nail Care

Principles of Teaching Esthetics

Curriculum Development

Lesson Plans & Presentations

Classroom Management & Discipline

Demonstrations & Lectures

Methods of Evaluation

Instructor Training

For more information on the Cosmetology Instructor Program please contact admissions.


Master Cosmetology Program 1500

The master cosmetologist program consists of 1500 hours of theory and practical training in the arts and sciences of hairstyling, hair cutting, coloring, permanent waving, chemical hair relaxing, thermal styling, nail and skin care techniques, anatomy, chemistry, bacteriology and sanitation, professionalism, retailing, equipment care, and salon management.


  1. To develop a knowledge, understanding, skill, and appreciation in the theory and operation of cosmetology arts & sciences.
  2. To develop habits of good workmanship and the orderly performance of various tasks in the work environment.
  3. Protect health, safety, and welfare of the public and the workforce.
  4. To learn to select wisely, care for, and user properly commercial products that are related to the application of treatments.
  5. To promote mutual esteem, goodwill, harmony and cooperation with professional and related organizations.
  6. To help the student to prepare for the state board examinations in order to obtain a license to practice.
  7. To prepare students for entry level jobs in their demanding workforce.


Registration fee:  $50 (non-refundable)
Books/Kits: $
Tuition fee: $ (can be paid by installment)

Total: $



Full-Time (30 hrs/wk) Part-Time #1 (22 hrs/wk)
Monday – Friday:
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Tuesday – Friday
4:00 PM to 9:30 PM Only If 10 students attend

Course Listing:

Course # Course Name Required Hours
Junior Level (1 – 450 Hours)
COS 110 Introduction to the Beauty Industry 75
COS 120 Theory of Hair Cutting & Dressing 75
COS 130 Safety & Chemistry 125
COS 140 Theory of Coloring Hair 25
COS 150 Advanced Theory for Master Cosmetology 100
COS 160 Laboratory Techniques 50
Senior Level (451 – 1500 Hours)
COS 300 Hair Cutting & Shaping 130
COS 310 Scalp & Hair Treatment 50
COS 320 Basic Nail Techniques 90
COS 330 Basic Facial & Skin Techniques 90
COS 400 Senior Level II Theory & Practical Applications 540
COS 500 Senior Clinical Practice 150
Total Hours Required 1500

Practical Applications:

Area Applications
Brow Tweezing & Wax 40
Brow/Lash Tint 10
Chem. Hair Relaxing 50
Facials 35
Hair/Scalp Treatments 70
Coloring & Lightening 105
Manicures 25
Nail Sculpting 15
Pedicures 20
Cutting/Shaping 214
Hairdressing, Shampoo, & Comb-out 226
Lab Techniques 50
Lips, Chin, Facial Wax 20
Make-Up 20
Permanent Waving 68
Shampooing 60

Cosmetology School