Phlebotomy, Bryan College of Health Sciences

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Next class will be available Fall 2017.

Call 402-481-3805 to register.

A phlebotomist is a member of the healthcare team that is responsible for collecting blood samples from patients which are used as one of the tools to help diagnose health conditions. 

It can be a very rewarding entry-level position, especially for anyone who would like to learn more about healthcare for making career decisions.

Course Description


Three semester credits

We offer an affordable, flexible three credit hour course to teach you how to become a phlebotomist.

This course introduces the practice and theory of phlebotomy.  It includes ethical and legal issues that pertain to:

  • Phlebotomy
  • Laboratory safety
  • Basic anatomy and physiology
  • Types of laboratory specimens
  • Specimen handling
  • Special collection procedures

Practical instruction includes venipuncture and capillary blood collection. The curriculum is designed to provide the information and abilities required by the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) for certification as a Certified Phlebotomy Technician (PBT, ASCP).

Please note that there is no certification at the end of this course. You will have the three credit hours of education and most job sites will do onsite training.

Prerequisites: Must be at least 16 years of age.

* Please note that Phlebotomy courses are only offered in the Fall and Spring. We currently do not offer courses during the summer months.


Registration $50

If you choose to register over the phone, have a debit or credit card ready to make your $50 registration deposit payment.

  • The cost to take MEDT101: PHLEBOTOMY is $545 per credit hour
  • The course is three credit hours, making the course a total of $1,635

Course Meeting Dates and Times

Next class will be available Fall 2017.
MEDT101: PHLEBOTOMY meets on Thursday evenings from 4-7 p.m. at Bryan College of Health Sciences.

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