A Study on the Interpretive Structural Model to Discuss the Analysis of Curriculum Planning and Benefit among Cosmetology and Hair Salon Professional Courses in College - Department of Cosmetic Applications and Management

Yeh, Ju-Hsuan, Lo, Tsai-Yun, Wu, Hsiao-Ling

Abstract


This research aims to analyze the Curriculum planning and benefit between departments of beautification in college
and the professional courses by using ISM. To understand the link between different professional courses of
beautification in college and find out the connections, Department of Cosmetic Science will be taken as an example.
The result will benefit to future developing plans of the courses in Department of Cosmetic Science. The object of
this research is all Department of Cosmetic Science in college in Taiwan. All professional courses related with
Department of Cosmetic Science were discussed. The content and hierarchy of courses were analyzed and
summarized by using ISM. By clarifying the suitability of them as well as promoting Department of Cosmetics
Science’s future development, all three parties, including the courses, lecturers and students, can achieve the best
effect from this research.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/jct.v6n2p102

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