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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 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. This internship requires 3 consecutive weeks (120 hours) during the semester of attendance. This internship is Monday-Friday for 8 hours each day. There are no evening or weekend internships available. In order to complete the certificate you must be available to complete this internship.

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.