Mission Statement

Established in 2006, the College of Medical Aesthetics offers quality education in the field of aesthetic dermatology nursing programs that integrate professional skills, career-focused education, and hands-on practical experience to prepare students to develop and achieve their personal and career potentials in the area of aesthetic dermatology nursing.

The College of Medical Aesthetics believes education promotes the development of positive self esteem. Therefore, the institution provides services that support the efforts of students to succeed academically, professionally and personally. The Institute provides academically rigorous programs to registered nurses who desire a professional career in aesthetic dermatology nursing. This is accomplished through educational programs using beginning and advanced training for the latest equipment, procedures, didactic lectures campus and online and clinical hands-on experience provided by highly trained instructors, nurses, and physicians.

Objectives

  • To assist students achieve a superior level of basic skills in Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing
  • To provide postgraduate nurses variable and accessible educational opportunities in the field of Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing that stays current with the most recent information and technology
  • Continually hire faculty members who are industry experts and demonstrate expertise in their respective fields both professionally and academically
  • To integrate into the educational process a better understanding of patient safety and the importance of skills and knowledge integrated with science based instruction.
  • To deliver educational support services that meet student life demands with a focus on positive educational outcome.

Statement of Non-Discrimination

College of Medical Aesthetics does not discriminate in its enrollment practices based on race, religion, national origin, gender or ethnicity.

In accordance with Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Equal Pay Act of 1963, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, Executive Order 11246, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, The Americans with Disabilities Act, the Vietnam Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, and all other applicable civil rights and nondiscrimination statutes, the university prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, ancestry, disability, and veterans status.

Facilities and Resource Center

All clinical skills sessions are held at Lightstim (building) 16552 Von Karman, Irvine, CA 92606 or Monarch Lasers 27071 Cabot, Suite 113, Laguna Hills, CA 92653 in Southern California. These facilities are professional training environments that accommodate the student and patients. Students will be informed regarding the location of the clinical site before enrollment. The Online/distance education courses are conducted via the internet from the school’s e-learning management system Moodle, which is hosted by Open to know. Clinical sites will enforce safety and sanitation for both the student and patients. Proper signage, and glasses required by ANSI standards for laser safety will be utilized. Injectables are distributed by the instructor during the hands-on portion of training. Botox®Cosmetic (BoNTA Type A), Dermal fillers (Juvederm or Restylane) will be used for the dermal filler training. Proper biohazard containers for syringes, needles, gloves and injectables bottles will be utilized. Documentation for each procedure will be signed by the student and instructor. HIPAA will be enforced to protect patient information during clinical skills. Laser equipment is provided by various laser companies for the hands-on portion of laser training College of Medical Aesthetics is an online college. As such, the college has an administrative office which it conducts business and is the contact point for students. The administrative office conducts all transactions from students and faculty through facilities, equipment, websites, servers, and systems (“Sites”). Sites include, but are not limited to, the online classroom, online seminars, virtual campus, discussion boards, and internal email system.

All school records, student files, correspondence, etc., are kept at the administrative office. All College of Medical Aesthetics sites and computer equipment, email accounts, facsimile equipment, Internet access, instant messaging, voicemail, and supplies, if provided, are done so exclusively to assist you in your educational activities. In addition, the college licenses software to support its educational processes. Without express written consent of the college, you are not permitted to copy, remove, alter, or install software on equipment owned by the college.

Using college software, and communication devices, you knowingly and voluntarily consent to your use of these systems being monitored and acknowledge to the college’s right to conduct such monitoring.