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2014-2015
Phlebotomy
Certificate
Curriculum code 1306

General Information                    Health Sciences Web site


Required Courses
(9 credit hours)
The following suggested schedule is based on part-time enrollment for two consecutive semesters. Students must earn a final grade of at least "C" in PHB-110 to qualify for PHB-111 and PHB-112. Students must complete their clinical rotation within one year of completing PHB-110."

For information about prerequisites and corequisites, please refer to the catalog.

Suggested Schedule
First Semester

6 Credit Hours

PHB-110 Principles and Practice of Phlebotomy
Beginning the Spring 2015 semester in order to register for PHB110 students must take the COMPASS test for reading and attain an appropriate score on the placement test. If students do not attain an appropriate reading score, students must take RDG-091 and attain a grade of “C” or better in order to enroll in PHB-110.

Upon successful completion of COMPASS testing for reading, students may secure a seat in one of the sections of PHB-110 by registering over the phone, online registration or by registering in person. The phone number for registration is (708) 974-2110 (TTY 711).

Course

Credit Hours

Title

Notes
PHB-110

6

Principles and Practice of Phlebotomy Offered every semester, including summer. While not required, students are strongly urged to take MRT 110 – Medical Terminology before beginning the Phlebotomy Program.
Total: 6

Second Semester
3 Credit Hours

Course

Credit Hours

Title

Notes
PHB-111

1

Phlebotomy Clinical Practice Seminar Offered every semester, including summer.
PHB-112

2

Phlebotomy Clinical Practice Offered every semester, including summer.
Total: 3

Graduation Requirements
Successful completion of all course requirements and the minimum number of credit hours for the specific certificate; minimum overall grade point average of 2.0 in the courses required for the certificate; at least 50 percent of the certificate hours must be completed at Moraine Valley; submission of graduation petition to the Records Office by published deadlines. (See college catalog for details.)

Special Graduation Requirements for Phlebotomy Certificate
Students must complete PHB-110, PHB-111 and PHB-112 at Moraine Valley. Transfer credit cannot be accepted for any course in the Phlebotomy program.

For More Information

Admissions Office
(708) 974-5355
admissions@morainevalley.edu
www.morainevalley.edu

Academic Advising Center
(708) 974-5721
advising@morainevalley.edu
www.morainevalley.edu/academicadvising
Department Chair
LoShay Willis
Office: B215
Telephone:(708) 608-4327
willisl26@morainevalley.edu
Phlebotomy Program Coordinator
Rita Kealy
Office:
B215
(708) 974-5583
kealyr@morainevalley.edu
PD, Internship Coordinator: Colette Schrank
Office: A240
(708) 974-5389 schrank@morainevalley.edu

Information and requirements may change without notice.

 
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