Learn to work as a pharmacy technician assisting a pharmacist. This program includes training within laboratory and clinical settings. Complete this program exclusively on weekdays, exclusively on evenings/weekends, or in a combination of daytime, evening, and weekend classes.
Program Admission: Students must complete all prerequisites, listed below, before completing the program admission form.
Program/Major Codes: Special Admissions Requirement – See an advisor
What can I do with this degree?
Career Options: Work in hospitals, nursing care facilities and drug stores and with drug manufacturers, wholesale drug houses and health maintenance organizations.
Academic Options: Continue taking classes toward earning a Pharmacy Technology AAS degree.
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Students must receive a grade of "C" or better in all core courses to progress to the next semester.
|REA 091 or reading assessment score of REA 112 or higher||0-4|
|MAT 092 or math assessment score of MAT 122 or higher||0-3|
|Complete core courses PHT 170, 171IN, 172 and 174 IN (see below)|
General Education Requirements
|Analysis and Critical Thinking Requirement||3|
Required Core Courses
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|PHT 170||Introduction to Pharmacy Technology||2|
|PHT 171IN||Pharmaceutical Calculations||4|
|PHT 172||Drug Therapy I||4|
|PHT 174IN||Pharmacy Operations||3|
|PHT 178IN||Computer Applications for Pharmacy||3|
|PHT 180IN||Sterile Products||4|
|PHT 181||Interprofessional Relations in Pharmacy||3|
|PHT 182||Drug Therapy II||4|
|PHT 187||Pharmacy Law and Ethics||3|
|PHT 190LB||Pharmacy Technician Internship||4|
|PHT 197||Clinical Seminar||2|