Dec 02, 2020
The Phlebotomy Certificate curriculum prepares students for entry-level positions in hospitals, clinics and other health care settings, collecting blood samples from patients, performing related technical procedures and processing the associated clerical tasks. As vital members of the health care team, phlebotomists work closely with patients and require good communication and organizational skills. To be successful, phlebotomists should be practical and accurate, able to inspire confidence in others and to put patients at ease. Phlebotomists need to be skilled at collecting blood and other specimens correctly to procure high quality specimens for laboratory analysis. The Phlebotomy Certificate program emphasizes a combination of phlebotomy theory and practical application necessary for successful employment.
Graduates may qualify for employment in hospitals, clinics, physicians’ offices, and other health care settings. After completing requirements, graduates are eligible to sit for a national certification exam.
Program supervised by:
Rachael Hagerman, Chairman
Office: Decker Building, Room 217E
Telephone: 607 778-5261
Phlebotomy - Curriculum Requirements
The following coursework must be successfully completed to earn a certificate in Phlebotomy.
First Semester 13-14 Credits
Spring Semester 14 Credits
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: 27/28 CREDITS
Gainful Employment Program Disclosure 2011-12
Program Name: Phlebotomy
CIP Code: 51.1009
Occupations: Phlebotomist; Health-Care Support Worker
O*Net Link to occupational Profiles:
Program costs for NY State residents - This program will take two full-time semesters (9 months) to complete.
- Tuition and fees - $4,271
- Books and supplies - $1,400
- Room and board - room and board are not provided by the college
- Other - $100
- Number of graduates - 17
- Number of on-time graduates - 4
- On-time completion rate - 24%
Job placement rate of graduates: N.A.
Median loan debt of graduates:
- Federal loans - $5,950
- Private loans - $0
- BCC finance plans - $0