Medical Assisting & Phlebotomist - Certificate
(38-40 total credit hours)
Note: The Medical Assisting Program requires a criminal background check and drug screen with the approved vendor, annual physical examination, proof of vaccinations/titers (Hep B, Tdap, MMR, Varicella, Covid-19, Seasonal Flu), and annual tuberculosis screening. More information will be discussed with the Program Coordinator at the required time for completion.
|AHS 115 Medical Terminology||3||All|
|BIO 135 Basic Anatomy & Physiology with Laboratory (or BIO 137 and BIO 139)||4||All|
|CPR 100 CPR for Healthcare Professionals||1||All|
|MAI 105 Introduction to Medical Assisting||3||Fall|
|MAI 162 Medical Assisting Clinical & Laboratory Procedures I||6||Fall|
|MAI 155 Administrative Procedures for the Medical Assistant||4||Spring|
|MAI 200 Pathophysiology for the Medical Assistant||3||Spring|
|MAI 262 Medical Assisting Clinical & Laboratory Procedures II||6||Spring|
|MAI 265 Applied Pharmacology for the Medical Assistant||4||Spring|
|MAI 281 Medical Assisting Practicum||1||Summer/Fall|
|MAI 284 Medical Assisting Externship||2-3||Summer/Fall|
|MAI 289 Medical Assisting Assessment Preparation||1-2||Summer/Fall|
Certificate: Phlebotomist: 9 Total Credit Hours
CPR 100 CPR for Healthcare Professionals (recommended through Gateway)
|PHB 100 Phlebotomy||6||Fall/Spring|
|PHB 155 Phlebotomy Clinical||2||Fall/Spring|
- Progression in the program is contingent upon achievement of a grade C or greater in each course and maintenance of a 2.0 cumulative GPA or above (on a 4.0 scale).
- At least 25 percent of the approved curriculum for any certificate, diploma or degree must be completed at the student’s home college.
Learn more about Gateway's General Education Offerings here.
Learn more about KCTCS General Education Offerings here.
KCTCS Catalog - Medical Assisting