National College's Phlebotomy* program is designed to prepare you for entry-level positions in the medical field. As a phlebotomist you will draw blood from patients or donors in hospitals, blood banks, or similar facilities for analysis and other medical purposes. Other responsibilities may include updating patient records, explaining methods to patients, sending samples to labs for testing, and sterilizing equipment.
Through a blended curriculum of lectures, labs, and a clinical externship placement, you will be prepared for an entry-level position as a phlebotomist.
As a student in the Phlebotomy program, you will learn how to:
Students completing the phlebotomy program qualify to sit for the Phlebotomy Technician Certification (CPT) exam.
*Offered as a certificate program at the National College Akron Area and Youngstown campuses.
Gain the knowledge and skills to perform the duties of a phlebotomist.
Health Care Law and Ethics
Learn about legal issues that are important to health care professionals, including the foundations of law and ethics as well as professional, social, and interpersonal health care issues.
Phlebotomy Directed Practice
Work as a phlebotomist assistant in a real clinical environment.
|Tuition||$317/credit X 24 credits = $7608|
|Books||$225/course X 6 courses = $1350|
|Activity Fee||$15/Term X 2 terms = $30|
|PBY Program Fee||$10/term X 2 terms = $20|
|Applies to||On-Time Completion Rate||Median Title IV Loan Debt||Median Private Loan Debt|
|Bristol, Charlottesville, Cincinnati, Columbus, Danville VA, Dayton Area, Harrisonburg, Knoxville, Lynchburg, Martinsville, Online, Parkersburg, Princeton, Roanoke Valley, Stark Co (Canton), and Youngstown campuses.||54.6%||$6,333.00||$0.00|
|Bartlett, Madison, Memphis, Nashville, Akron Area and Cleveland campuses||80.0%||N/A||N/A|
|Danville KY, Florence, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Lexington, Louisville, Pikeville, Richmond and South Bend campuses||55.6%||$4,927.00||$0.00|
Note: Median Institutional Loan Debt is $0 for all National College campuses.
Additional Notes: Areas marked N/A indicate that 10 or less individuals graduated from this program during the specified reporting period and used this particular source of funding.
|Applies to||Placement Rate*|
|Bristol, Charlottesville, Cincinnati, Columbus, Danville VA, Dayton Area, Harrisonburg, Knoxville, Lynchburg, Martinsville, Online, Parkersburg, Princeton, Roanoke Valley, Stark Co (Canton), and Youngstown campuses.||62.5%|
|Bartlett, Madison, Memphis, Nashville, Akron Area and Cleveland campuses.||60.0%|
|Danville KY, Florence, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Lexington, Louisville, Pikeville, Richmond and South Bend campuses.||52.6%|
|*This rate is calculated based on a formula provided by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). For more information on this agency, click here.|
Additional Notes: Areas marked with No Data indicate that no students graduated from the program during the reporting period