Which Utah Schools Have Phlebotomy Certification and Training Programs?

Find schools in Utah offering phlebotomy training programs and courses. Learn about certification options and compare school information and tuition costs to help choose the right school program for you. Schools offering Clinical Laboratory Science degrees can also be found in these popular choices.

Utah has several schools offering certificate programs in phlebotomy if you're interested in pursuing this as a career. Some schools have specific admission requirements, and the schools vary in size and tuition costs.

What You Need to Know

Phlebotomy certificate programs are offered through 2- and 4-year public schools in Utah. Phlebotomy training takes less than one year. Applicants submit background checks, drug tests, proof of immunizations and CPR certification. The curriculum includes classroom and lab learning. You're also required to complete an internship. Read on to see if one of these programs is right for you.

Certificate Programs in Utah

Dixie State College of Utah

In conjunction with Dixie Regional Medical Center, Dixie State College of Utah offers a 4-credit hour phlebotomy training program that awards graduates a certificate in the field upon completion. In the program, you learn about laboratory procedures, testing and safety and also complete an internship. Upon graduation, you will be able to obtain blood through syringe, butterfly, vacutainer, finger stick and heel stick methods.

  • Program: Phlebotomy Certificate
  • Program Length: 1 semester
  • Tuition: In-state, $4,620 per academic year; out-of-state, $13,206 per academic year (for 2015-2016)
  • Admission Requirements: background screening, drug screening, immunizations verification, TB test, influenza vaccine and CPR certification
  • School Type: 4-year, public; around 8,600 undergraduate students

Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College

Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College's medical lab assistant certificate programs includes one 90-hour course. The course provides instruction about lab skills and methods, including quality control and assurance, testing procedures and information recording. In the program, you gain phlebotomy skills and are able to practice performing a variety of lab tests. Successfully completing the program can give you three semester credit hours transferable into the medical lab science program at Weber State University.

  • Program: Medical Lab Assistant Certificate
  • Program Length: 4 months (90 hours)
  • Tuition: $3,540 per academic year (for 2015-2016)
  • School Type: 2-year, public; around 2,600 undergraduate students

Salt Lake Community College - Highland Center

In Salt Lake Community College's certificate program, you learn about and gain practical skills in drawing blood, preparing specimens for testing, working with patients and following laboratory procedures. You also complete coursework in computer literacy and career skills and complete an externship. The school also offers a clinical lab assistant certificate program its Highland Center located in Salt Lake City.

  • Program: Phlebotomy Technician Certificate of Proficiency
  • Program Length: 285 hours
  • Tuition: In-state, $3,569 per academic year; out-of-state, $11,337 per academic year (for 2015-2016)
  • Admission Requirements: Must be at least 16 years old at enrollment and at least 18 to complete externship; immunizations verification, background check, drug testing and CPR/First Aid certification
  • School Type: 2-year, public; around 30,200 undergraduate students

These schools offer phlebotomy training for post-secondary students in Utah who plan to pursue this career.

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