The mission of the Associate of Applied Science in Pharmacy Technician program is to educate and graduate pharmacy technicians capable of assisting pharmacists in the preparation and dispensing of medications. The program seeks to prepare graduates capable of working in a variety of healthcare settings such as hospitals, retail, long-term care facilities, home healthcare agencies, clinic pharmacies, mail order pharmacies, and drug wholesalers.
AT THE END OF THE PROGRAM, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO:
• Apply the pharmacy principles and legal practices in accordance with state regulations and guidelines.
• Describe the regulations and guidelines for managing pharmaceutical records.
• Perform mathematical calculations necessary for preparation and delivery of pharmaceutical products.
COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING CORE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE Associate of Applied Science in Pharmacy Tech
|MED110||ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I||PHT225||PHARMACY INFORMATICS AND TECHNOLOGY|
|MED120||MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY||PHT230||INSTITUTIONAL AND COMMUNITY PHARMACY LAB I|
|MED210||ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II||PHT240||INSTITUTIONAL AND COMMUNITY PHARMACY LAB II|
|MED240||PHARMACOLOGY I||PHT250||ADVANCED ADMINISTRATION TECHNICAL LAB|
|MED245||PHARMACOLOGY II||PHT260||PHARMACY MAINTENANCE, SAFETY, & QUALITY ASSURANCE ISSUES|
|MIB130||DISEASES OF THE HUMAN BODY||PHT270||ADMINISTRATIVE INPATIENT & OUTPATIENT CARE MANAGEMENT|
|PHT110||PHARMACY CALCULATIONS||PHT290||PHARMACY EXTERNSHIP|
|PHT220||INSTITUTIONAL & COMMUNITY PHARMACY OPERATIONS|
ARTS AND SCIENCES
SELECT 5 COURSES FROM:
|ART & SCI||ARTS & SCIENCES COURSES APPROVED BY THE ADVISOR|