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Phlebotomy Certificate


CIP 511009 (PHL2)

Phlebotomy is the acquired professional skill of performing vein punctures (drawing blood). The Phlebotomy Certificate is a fifteen-week class that meets on Tuesday and Thursday evenings during the spring and fall semesters. This seven-credit certificate includes four credits of lecture/didactic information and three credits of clinical internship. 120 hours of clinical internship are required for the program.

Admission Requirements

Program Requirements

Major Courses (7 credit hours)
Total: 7 credit hours

Graduation Requirements

  • Apply for graduation online at
  • As a graduate of a Career and Technical Education program you will be contacted by an ACC employee in approximately six months to verify your employment information. This information gathering is a federal requirement to ensure that ACC receives certain federal funding.
  • Please contact the MLT Department Chair if you have any questions about these academic requirements.
  • Information regarding occupations, completion rates, placement rates, program costs and median loan debt may be found at