Our Programs

The Don Roberts School of Hair Design institution has submitted the application to add the Barber program through the Renewal of Accreditation process, and it is currently pending approval and will not be offered until the institution has been granted approval.

Who is a qualified Barber?
In the State of Indiana barber must complete a program of not less than 1500 hours, graduate from an approved school, and obtain a license from the State of Indiana.
What does a Barber Do?
A successful barber has the professional skills, academic and technical education to provide cosmetic services to the client. Basic skills provided are in facial shaving; beard and mustache shaping and trimming; shampooing; hair cutting; hair styles and styling art; facial treatments and massage and chemical applications. Advanced studies can include, but, are not limited to; hairpiece and toupee fitting, advanced cut/color theories, waxing & shop business practices.
Where can a Barber work?
A licensed barber is in demand! Indiana offers self – employment with the newly licensed Mobile Salon Opportunity!
Employment can be found in salons, spas, day spas, hotels, cruise ships, and resorts. For those that continue to learn, employment can be found in education, demonstration and platform work.
When and how can I find employment?
There is no charge for DR alumni employment referrals.
Employment with the proper certification can be yours within 30 days of graduation.
Gainful Employment Disclosures:
No Gainful Employment Disclosure at this time, as the institution has submitted the application to add the program through the Renewal of Accreditation process, and it is currently pending approval.
Program Details:
  • Program Requirements
    High School Diploma/GED
    Interview, Tour, Class Observation and Orientation.
  • Program Length
    1500 Clock Hours
  • Program Cost
    $18,300
    Price includes books & equipment.
    Institutional Scholarships, Federal Grants & Student Loans are available to those who qualify.
  • Program Begins
    Classes begin quarterly, based on the program of choice. Book your Discovery Day with Us to Learn More.
  • Graduation
    A diploma is issued at graduation.
  • Licensing
    Application can be submitted immediately upon graduation. A license is obtained and maintained through the State of Indiana.
  • Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code
    Barber: 12.0402
Who is a qualified Cosmetologist?
In the State of Indiana a cosmetologist must complete a program of not less than 1500 hours, graduate from an approved school, and obtain a license from the State of Indiana.
What does a Cosmetologist Do?
A successful cosmetologist has the professional skills, academic and technical education to provide cosmetic services to the client. Basic skills provided are shampooing, scalp massage, hair coloring, hair dressing, facials, makeup, manicure and pedicure. Advanced studies can include, but not be limited to artificial nails, waxing, advanced cut/color and designing and airbrushed makeup.
Where can a Cosmetologist work?
A licensed cosmetologist is in demand! Indiana offers self – employment with the newly licensed Mobile Salon Opportunity!
Employment can be found in salons, spas, day spas, hotels, cruise ships, and resorts. For those that continue to learn, employment can be found in education, demonstration and platform work.
When and how can I find employment?
There is no charge for DR alumni employment referrals.
Employment with the proper certification can be yours within 30 days of graduation.
Gainful Employment Disclosures:
Program Details:
  • Program Requirements
    High School Diploma/GED
    Interview, Tour, Class Observation and Orientation.
  • Program Length
    1500 Clock Hours
  • Program Cost
    $18,300
    Price includes books & equipment.
    Institutional Scholarships, Federal Grants & Student Loans are available to those who qualify.
  • Program Begins
    Classes begin quarterly, based on the program of choice. Book your Discovery Day with Us to Learn More.
  • Graduation
    A diploma is issued at graduation.
  • Licensing
    Application can be submitted immediately upon graduation. A license is obtained and maintained through the State of Indiana.
  • Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code
    Cosmetology: 12.0401
Who is a qualified Esthetician?
In the State of Indiana an esthetician must complete a program of not less than 700 hours, graduate from an approved school, and obtain a license from the State of Indiana.
What does an Esthetician Do?
A successful esthetician or esthetician has the professional skills, academic and technical education to provide cosmetic services to the client using such basic skills as cleansing, massage, face mapping, facial treatments, desincrustation, high frequency, galvanic applications, facial and body waxing, hair removal, and facial make up. Advanced studies can include, but not be limited to back facials, body massage, micro-dermabrasion, chemical peels, airbrushed makeup. Postgraduate studies can include permanent makeup, permanent lashes and electrolysis.
Where can an Esthetician work?
A licensed aesthetician is in demand! Indiana offers self- employment with the newly licensed Mobile Salon Opportunity!
Esthetics employment opportunites can be found in salons, spas, day spas, hotels, cruise ships, and resorts. For those that continue to learn, employment can be found in education, demonstration and platform work.
Gainful Employment Disclosures:
When and how can I find employment?
There is no charge for DR alumni employment referrals.
Employment with a license can be yours within 30 days of graduation.
Program Details:
  • Program Requirements
    High School Diploma/GED
    Interview, Tour, Class Observation and Orientation.
  • Program Length
    900 Clock Hours
  • Program Cost
    $14,800
    Price includes books & equipment.
    Institutional Scholarships, Federal Grants & Student Loans are available to those who qualify.
  • Program Begins
    Classes begin quarterly, based on the program of choice. Book your Discovery Day with Us to Learn More.
  • Graduation
    A diploma is issued at graduation.
  • Licensing
    Application can be submitted immediately upon graduation. A license is obtained and maintained through the State of Indiana.
  • Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code
    Esthetics: 12.0409
Who is a qualified Manicurist?
In the State of Indiana a manicurist must complete a program of not less than 450 hours, graduate from an approved school, and obtain a license from the State of Indiana.
What does a Manicurist Do?
A successful manicurist or nail technician has the professional skills, academic and technical education to provide cosmetic services to the client using such basic skills as cleansing, massage, pedicure, spa manicure and pedicure and artificial nails. Advanced studies can include, but not be limited to reflexology, feet mapping, airbrushing, 14 day polish and art design.
Where can a Manicurist work?
A licensed manicurist is in demand! Indiana offers self employment with the newly licensed Mobile Salon Opportunity!.
Manicuring or nail tech employment opportunities can be found in salons, spas, day spas, hotels, cruise ships, and resorts. For those that continue to learn, employment can be found in education, demonstration and platform work.
When and how can I find employment?
There is no charge for DR alumni employment referrals.
Employment with a license can be yours within 30 days of graduation.
Gainful Employment Disclosures:
Program Details:
  • Program Requirements
    High School Diploma/GED
    Interview, Tour, Class Observation and Orientation.
  • Program Length
    600 Clock Hours
  • Program Cost
    $9,000
    Price includes books & equipment.
    Institutional Scholarships, Federal Grants & Student Loans are available to those who qualify.
  • Program Begins
    Classes begin quarterly, based on the program of choice. Book your Discovery Day with Us to Learn More.
  • Graduation
    A diploma is issued at graduation.
  • Licensing
    Application can be submitted immediately upon graduation. A license is obtained and maintained through the State of Indiana.
  • Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code
    Manicuring: 12.0410
Who is a qualified Instructor?
In the State of Indiana an instructor must complete a program of not less than 1000 hours, graduate from an approved school, and obtain a license from the State of Indiana.
What does an Instructor Do?
A successful instructor has the professional skills, academic and technical education to provide education in a public/ private school as well as for manufactures and companies within the cosmetology industry.
Where can an Instructor work?
A licensed instructor that holds multiple undergraduates licenses is in demand!
Employment can be found in large corporations, private companies, public schools and private schools,. Educators with a license to teach can also be to do demonstration and platform work.
When and how can I find employment?
There is no charge for DR alumni employment referrals.
Employment with a license can be yours within 30 days of graduation.
Gainful Employment Disclosure:
Program Details:
  • Program Requirements
    High School Diploma/GED and program dependent license
    Interview, Tour, Class Observation and Orientation.
  • Program Length
    1000 Clock Hours
  • Program Cost
    $8,100
    Price includes books.
    Institutional Scholarships, Federal Grants & Student Loans are available to those who qualify.
  • Program Begins
    Classes begin quarterly, based on the program of choice. Book your Discovery Day with Us to Learn More.
  • Graduation
    A diploma is issued at graduation.
  • Licensing
    Application can be submitted immediately upon graduation. A license is obtained and maintained through the State of Indiana.
  • Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code
    Instructor: 12.0413
What is Continuing Education?
Continuing Education is advanced training in the program dependent licensure you have already completed. Continuing Education is not required in the state of Indiana at this time.
What does Continuing Education Accomplish?
Continuing Education helps enhance your professional skills, academic and technical education. It will boost your overall career, allow you to be more marketable for employment opportunities, give you necessary educational training for multiple state reciprocity and benefit you by staying current in our ever changing industry.
When and how can I find employment?
There is no charge for DR alumni employment referrals.
Employment with a license can be yours within 30 days of graduation.
Program Details:
  • Requirements
    High School Diploma/GED & Program Dependent Licensure
    Interview, Tour, Class Observation and Orientation.
  • Program Length
    4 Clock Hour Time Blocks – Packages to be discussed prior to enrollment. Book your Discovery Day with Us to Learn More.
  • Graduation
    Continuing Education Certification upon completion

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