Downtown Milwaukee and West Allis campuses
Phlebotomists perform functions such as blood drawing, specimen processing, lab procedures and clerical duties. This one-semester program emphasizes theory and skills of phlebotomy, and students acquire experience at a medical facility. Graduates are eligible to write national certifying examinations.
Career Outlook: The demand for phlebotomists continues to grow. The career ladder has additional opportunities including laboratory assistant and medical laboratory technology.
Added Career Value: After earning this diploma, the credits can be applied toward completing the Healthcare Services Management associate degree.
Program Code: 30-513-1
Start Dates: August/January
This program does not have a waitlist. Students are admitted through a petition process. Please read all information through the links on the left.
A criterion considered in the petition process is verification of student residency. Students selected via the petition process are chosen based on MATC district residency, then Wisconsin nondistrict residency, followed by nonresidents, unless otherwise stated.
Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 Course Requirements