The Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program consists of 26-credit hours of course work which prepares students to work as pharmacy technicians in retail and institutional health care settings.
Pharmacy technicians are detail-oriented people who fill a central role in accurately providing medication to patients. Students who are accepted into this program must submit to drug screening and a complete criminal background check with no record of felony or drug convictions. In addition, the student is responsible for the cost of testing.
Pharmacy technician students must maintain a 2.5 GPA with no grades below “C” in all pharmacy technician (PHR) courses.