Diagnostic Technician Certificate Program (DT)
This program prepares prepares students to function in a variety of settings assisting with diagnostic testing including phlebotomy and EKG.
See also: 2019–2020 College Catalog
Note: It is recommended that students take BIT103 Medical Terminology prior to admission into the Diagnostic Technician Certificate program, or they may take it concurrently with DTC104 once they are admitted.
Due to the very limited number of seats (12) in the Phlebotomy courses, students are advised to complete the other three courses before taking Phlebotomy.
Students should also matriculate (official enroll) into the DT program as soon as they decide that they are going to pursue this certificate by contacting the Admissions Office. One of the requirements for matriculation into this program includes attendance at a Diagnostic Technician or Health Science Information Session.
Attendance to an information session is required for entry into the Diagnostic Technician Program (Phlebotomy course).
Accepted students must:
- Pass a CORI/SORI (Criminal /Sexual Offender Record Information)
- Meet the College medical and Immunization Requirements
- Meet the Diagnostic Technician Program's Technical Standards (Physical and Behavioral Capabilities)
- Attend a DT/Health Science Information Session (held several times every Spring and Fall)
Those accepted into the Diagnostic Technician Program and planning to complete the entire certificate (all five courses) may apply for financial aid. Students should contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.
|Pauline Philie, Program Coordinator|
|Kate Denver, Program Office Assistant|