Students may obtain the Associate of Science in Pharmacy Technician by successfully completing the four-semester program. The Pharmacy Technician Program starts in the Fall Semester each year. The curriculum is designed to prepare students to work under the direct supervision of a pharmacist in hospitals, community-based pharmacies and other institutional settings.
Based on current enrollment and plans to grow this Program, the completion projection is 25 students annually.
The Pharmacy Technician Associate of Science degree prepares students to work in a clinical setting as a licensed pharmacy technician and to continue their college education through transfer to a four-year university.
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:
To be considered for admission to the program, applicants must:
Courses Required for the Major in Pharmacy Technician
|PHTC 101 - Pharmacy Technician I - Theory||9.00|
|PHTC 102 - Pharmacy Technician I - Clinical||7.00|
|PHTC 103 - Pharmacy Technician II - Theory||9.00|
|PHTC 104 - Pharmacy Technician II - Clinical||5.00|
|EMT 12 - Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers||0.50|
|BIO 108 - General Human Anatomy||4.00|
|BIO 112 - Introduction to Human Physiology||4.00|
|ENGL 1A - University-Parallel Reading and Composition||4.00|
|CMST 5 - Intercultural Communication||3.00|
|PSYC 1 - General Psychology||3.00|
|MATH 80 - Probability and Statistics||5.00|
|ECON 5 - Introductory Statistics for Economics, Business and Social Sciences||5.00|
|ASAM 20 - Asian American Experience Since 1820||3.00|
|LALS 1 - Latino/a Diaspora: The Impact of Latinos Living in the United States||3.00|
|AFAM 60 - African American Women in the US||3.00|
|HIST 12B - United States Women's History: 1890-Present||3.00|