This certificate combines the clinical skills of the Nurse Aide with those of the Phlebotomy Technician. In addition the student will have further career choice direction given in Introduction to the Health Careers and College Skills Portfolio. The entry-level health care worker will have the opportunity to learn of the many career opportunities in nursing, medical assisting and a variety of other health careers that require advanced skill levels. This certificate will apply toward the Associate of Applied Science in Allied Health Degree.
|ALH 100 Introduction to Health Careers||3 credits|
|BUS 101 College Skills and Portfolio Writing||3 credits|
|ALH 104 Nurse Aide Course||6 credits|
|Phlebotomy Certificate||(24 credits)|
|ALH 218 Medical Terminology*||3 credits|
|ALH 222 Disease Conditions*||3 credits|
|ALH 230 Medical Office Lab*||4 credits|
|ALH 250 Medical Law & Bioethics*||3 credits|
|ALH 285 Phlebotomy Practicum*||3 credits|
|BIO 101 Human Biology*||4 credits|
|BIO 210 Human Anatomy & Physiology I*||4 credits|
|BIO 211 Human Anatomy & Physiology II*||4 credits|
|BUS 111 Contemporary Business & Technical Communications*||4 credits|
|*Course has a prerequisite|
- The student must achieve a minimum grade of 2.0 in all curriculum courses. The student must pass ALH 230 with a minimum grade of 2.5.
- Qualifications for the Phlebotomy practicum requires the student to have all course work completed as determined by the practicum coordinator with an overall 2.5 GPA or above. All program instructors must recommend the student for practicum.
Effective: Fall 2011
Current as: 7/16/14