Facials Specialty (C.C.)

The Facials Specialty Career Certificate (C.C.) provides a theoretical and practical hands-on approach to learning all aspects of facial specialty including facial treatments, sanitation/safety methods and procedures, facial makeup/application, hair removal and operation of skin care machines. This program is for those students seeking an esthetics certificate. A certificate of completion enables students to qualify for a state esthetics license. Day and evening classes start each fall, spring and summer based on interest.

Additional Costs/Fees: Approximately $783.70

Degree: Career Certificates (C.C.)
Credit Hours: 220 Clock/Contact hours
Online Program : No
Program Code: 5101
Financial Aid Eligible : No

  (904) 766-6702

Program Learning Outcomes

The Facials Specialty program requires 220 contact hours and can be completed in approximately four months (one semester). Approximate completion is four months.

The Facials Specialty Program is offered each term and is based on interest. Day classes meet Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Evening classes meet Monday through Thursday from 5-10 p.m.


After successfully completing the program, students will receive a certificate of completion. Students may register with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation and be prepared to enter the workforce as Registered Facial Specialists.

Note: If you are considering employment in a state other than Florida, please visit  https://www.fscj.edu/academics/license-disclose to determine if this program will meet the selected state’s requirements to sit for licensure or certification testing.

Program Notice

Day and evening classes start each fall, spring and summer.

Attendance for this program is state mandated, therefore, before you begin the application process, please ensure that you will be able to attend 100% of the course. 

If you have trouble accessing documents and need to request an alternate format, please contact Facials Specialty at (904) 766-6702. Packets can either be mailed, emailed or dropped off at the North Campus at Building D-Room 118.