Competitive and Limited Programs
Spring 2016 Phlebotomy (Class begins January 2016)
A-B Tech’s Phlebotomy certificate program is approved by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS).
Admission to Phlebotomy begins October 1, 2015!
Please review the 45 minute information session below before meeting with a Student Services advisor to reserve your seat in the Phlebotomy program. The video refers to spring, summer, and fall admission periods. Please keep in mind that we are currently accepting applicants for spring 2016 only.
Spring 2016 Cosmetology (Class begins January 2016)
A-B Tech will begin accepting students into the Spring 2016 Cosmetology program October 1st. Interested students should see an advisor in the K. Ray Bailey building located on the Victoria Rd. Campus. Students will be taken on a first come, first served basis once minimum program requirements have been met.
For additional information call A-B Tech's Information Center at 828-398-7900 or email email@example.com.
Competitive Allied Health Programs
These programs have a competitive selection process. The next opportunity to apply to one of the competitive allied health programs will be Spring 2016. The application period will be for the class that begins Fall 2016. Program criteria will be available October 2015 and will detail all steps required to apply.
- Associate Degree Nursing
- Associate Degree Nursing Advanced Placement Option
- Cardiovascular Sonography
- Dental Assisting
- Dental Hygiene
- Medical Laboratory Technology
- Medical Sonography
- Veterinary Medical Technology
Western North Carolina Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nurses (WNC RIBN)
WNC RIBN is a collaborative program that is offered by A-B Tech and Western Carolina University. For information on WNC RIBN, click here or contact the program advisor, Carol Douglas, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (828) 398-7534.
The programs listed below have limited capacity due to clinical site, resource, and/or lab space availability. Students are accepted into these programs on a first-come, first-served basis once minimum program eligibility requirements are met.
The next opportunity to apply to one of the limited programs will be spring 2016 for the class that begins Fall 2016.
Allied Health Programs
- Central Sterile Processing
- Medical Assisting (day option)
- Pharm Tech (day option)
- Therapeutic Massage
- Phlebotomy - Spring 2016 Admission Begins October 1st, 2015
Business Hospitality Education
- Brewing, Distillation & Fermentation Criteria
- Cosmetology - Spring 2016 Admission Begins October 1st, 2015
Emergency Medical Sciences
- Emergency Medical Science
Additional Program Information
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