The current Barbers’ Law requires 1500 hours of training and instruction in a Licensed Barber College. Training is given to students during their enrollment on a clock hour basis. Based on the maximum amount of clock hours one can earn during any one week, 38 hours, the 1500 hours of instruction will take approximately 10 months to complete.
Part time classes would increase the number of months of training necessary to accumulate 1500 hours.
Applicants must be of good moral character and temperate habits.
Applicants must be sixteen and one-half (16 1/2) years of age or older.
Applicants must have an equivalent of an 8th grade education.
Applicants who are convicted felons must go before the Arkansas State Barber Board and receive approval before they can begin classes.
Once an applicant has been accepted and all required forms completed, the student may begin training on the following schedule :
Full time classes, 38 hours per week, are scheduled from 9:00 – 5:30,
Tuesday-Friday, with 1/2 hour for lunch, and Saturday from 8:00 – 2:00 with no lunch break.
Part time students that carry less than 22 hours per week will be subject to different charges and special schedules must be arranged with the college Director.
Cosmetology Crossover Students will complete 600 hours in the college. Part-time or Full-time
We are not here to change the stylist in you, we are here to help build a strong foundation in clipper cutting for Fades, Tappers and Flattops, and we also teach you everything about Shaving faces and necks.
Teachers will complete all 600 hours in the college.
We teach you how to breakdown what you know, so that you can teach it. We work with you in the classroom by teaching how to do an outlines. Then we give you daily tasks to get you ready to become a TEACHER or COLLEGE OWNER.
Missions Barber College operates on an open enrollment system. This means that as openings become available they may be filled.
The school may offer scholarships to eligible recipients and the institution reserves the right to waive fees (and may offer such in the contract as an incentive to the student to complete the course on or before the contracted ending date) at the discretion of the school administrator. The school may offer scholarships based on need or merit as determined by the school administrator.