Phlebotomist collecting patients blood for test.


Phlebotomy Program

Earn a specialty credential in phlebotomy to gain a fruitful career in the ever-in-demand health care industry.

  • About the Phlebotomy Program

    This phlebotomy program is a two-class specialty credential program that will prepare you to work as a phlebotomist.

    In this program you’ll learn how to draw blood from patients so that lab work can be performed to detect diseases and other health issues. After learning to draw blood, you’ll apply your skills in a clinical experience.

    Upon completion of the program, you’ll be eligible to complete the national certification exam.

  • What You’ll Learn

    View the full curriculum guide for the Credential in Phlebotomy.

  • What Can I Do With a Phlebotomy Credential?

    Phlebotomists specialize in drawing blood for lab work. They work in a variety of health care settings, from hospitals to physicians’ offices and nursing homes.

    Careers and Salaries
    Career Option Salary
    Phlebotomist: $41,810

    2023 median pay. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Nursing and Health Services Building


The Nursing and Health Education Building reopened in 2019 following a $9.6 million renovation. It is equipped with state-of-the-art skill and simulation labs to train students for real-world scenarios.