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Crossover Program

San Diego, Ca | Crossover Program


200 Hours

Take your cosmetology license to the next level and complete your education with barbering

Barber Crossover Course Curriculum

The curriculum for students enrolled in a barber/cosmo course for cosmetologists shall consist of a minimum of two hundred (200) clock hours of technical instruction and practical operations covering those barber practices that are not a part of the required training or practice of a cosmetologist. For the purpose of this section, technical instruction shall mean by demonstration lecture classroom participation or examination; practical operation shall mean the actual performance by the student of a complete service on another person or on a mannequin the training shall include sufficient training in the various aspects of barbering to prepare the student properly for the barber examination and to provide barber services in an establishment. Upon completion of the 200m hour course the school shall provide a completion notice to the student who completed the course and proof of training document pursuant to section 909 the 200-clock hour course shall include a minimum of 100 clock hours of technical instruction (lecture, demonstration, classroom participation/and or examination), and the following minimum specified practical operations.



220 Euclid Ave. Suite #120, San Diego, CA 92114

+1 (619) 701-7032


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Admission Requirements

  • Government-issued picture identification

  • Social Security or ITIN Card

  • High school Diploma, or College diploma, or Highschool transcript, or College transcript (Clearly Stating that you have met all graduation requirements), or GED, or California state proficiency test, or its equivalent

  • If homeschooled, A valid certification document provided by the state in which you were Home Schooled must be provided and it must be equivalent to a high school diploma.

  • For students that graduated high school outside of the U.S. s/he must have the High School Diploma translated into English by an outside agency qualified to translate documents into English and confirm the academic equivalence to a U.S.High School Diploma

  • For licensed cosmetologist, a valid cosmetology license in addition to the above-listed requirements is required for admissions


Classes start on the first Tuesday of every month. After the first month, barbers jump into the gauntlet and start cutting hair. We are NACCAS accredited and so we offer financial aid. Beauty school can be expensive and paying for school can be tough. Though getting professional training and licensing is well worth it, especially in the beauty industry. This is why we offer more than just financial aid. We offer military benefits and help students secure beauty school scholarships for those who qualify. Don't let a number stop you from pursuing a career in barbering.

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