Certificate Offered

Credits Required: 7

Phlebotomy involves the practice of drawing blood for clients and taking the blood specimens to the laboratory to prepare them for testing. The phlebotomy courses include topics such as anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system and blood-drawing techniques. Students will have hands-on training in drawing blood through vein punctures and skin punctures.

After students complete the program, they may take the national certification examination that credentials them as certified phlebotomists [PBT (ASCP)]. Program graduates will be fully prepared for entry into the field of health care with employers such as laboratories, donor centers, physician offices, hospitals, clinics, outpatient facilities, and public health departments.

Phlebotomy Handbook

Accrediting Agency for the Phlebotomy Program: 

National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences
5600 N. River Road Suite 720
Rosemont IL, 60018

Program Outcomes:

Phlebotomy Program Outcomes

Registry Exam Pass-Rate Fall 2015 through Spring 2016:  8/8 (100%)

Employment Data for Graduates from 2012-2016


% of Respondents Employed

or Continuing Education

7/1/12 - 6/30/13


7/1/13 - 6/30/14


7/1/14 - 6/30/15


7/1/15 - 6/30/16

19/24 = 79%

Graduates will be able to

  1. Successfully complete the requirements for the phlebotomy registry exam.
  2. Perform venipuncture and capillary skills successfully.
  3. Be successfully employed in the health care field or pursue higher education.

Completion rates (graduation/attrition):  2016-2017 78%

Clinical Placement rates: 100% placement for completers





MSHT 103Clinical Phlebotomy 2.00
MSHT 107Introduction to Medical Laboratory 5.00