Associate Trichologist
Certification (ATC)

Role of an Associate Trichologist

An Associate Trichologist has learned in depth how the body functions and how it relates to the hair and scalp. They understand how nutrition, health, and wellness effect hair loss and how you can help your clients. Associate Trichologists have also learned how to setup, market and run a Trichology or hair loss business as you become an Associate Trichologist.

Exam Information

  • Abbreviation: ATC
  • Total Number of questions on exam: 100
  • Allotted time for exam: 2 hours
  • Modality available: Online, Paper/Pencil
  • Live Remote Proctoring Available: Yes
  • Cost: $299.00 (Study material included)
  • AMAC ATC Exam Statistics


  • Anatomy and Physiology (36%)
  • Affects of Drugs and Medications (6%)
  • Hair Composition (16%)
  • Hair Loss Conditions (11%)
  • Marketing and Sales (17%)
  • Scalp Conditions (5%)
  • Treatment Alternatives (9%)
For more information, please view the Certification Program Outline and Exam Blueprint.

Additional Information

If you would like to learn more about the role of an Associate Trichologist, please visit the US Trichology website.

State Guidelines

The laws and regulations pertaining to minimum requirements and the allied health industry vary by state. It is highly recommended that test candidates familiarize themselves with their particular state’s rules and regulations regarding certification requirements.

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