The Pharmacy Technology Program is a competency-based educational program designed to provide for the development of skills, knowledge and
attitudes necessary to function as a pharmacy technician in the health care delivery system. Competency attainment includes skills in oral and
written communication, computer literacy, and skills related to pharmacology, law, calculations and pharmacy management. Opportunities are provided for students to work under the direct supervision of the pharmacist in institutional, retail, and long-term care settings.
The 40 credit-hour curriculum was developed in compliance with the American Society of Health System Pharmacists’ guidelines for Pharmacy Technology Programs. Students who successfully complete the Pharmacy Technology Program and pass a national certification examination may apply for positions in hospitals, clinics, medical practices, and retail settings. Certificate in Pharmacy Technology: Audit Form