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Esthetician/Spa Management

Diploma Program

Benefit from industry trends

The spa industry, domestically and internationally, is diversifying as it grows. As new services — such as aromatherapy — gain popularity among clients, demand increases for talented, professional estheticians who can build on more traditional services and treatments.

In learning to operate enterprises from day spas to wellness clinics, your responsibilities will be as exciting as they are varied. You could be responsible for front-line customer service, providing treatments, merchandising, researching new product lines, balancing the books, or creating marketing strategies to grow your business.

Practical Benefits

Master the procedures and business aspects of spa management.

  • Work experience at The Humber Spa facility
  • Learning from industry professionals
  • Practice with industry-standard professional products
  • Waxing, manicures, pedicures, makeup application, body treatments, facials

Work Placement

Two work placements offer students extensive hands-on experience and guidance. Humber will place students on-site at The Humber Spa.

Practical Benefits


  • Spa treatments and therapies
  • Skin and body care
  • Facial and medical esthetics
  • Retail operations
  • Sales and presentation

Possible Career Titles

  • Skin Care Technician
  • Makeup Artist
  • Esthetician
  • Medical Esthetician
  • Merchandise Assistant
  • Account Executive
  • Retail Specialist
  • Marketing Consultant
  • Spa Manager/Director

Potential Employers

  • Four Seasons
  • Aveda Salon & Spa
  • Park Avenue Salon
  • Q Esthetics
  • Anti-Aging & Laser Clinic