Pharmacy Technician Diploma

Pharmacy Technician Diploma - Medical Training - National College

Be a Liaison Between People and Medication

National College’s Pharmacy Technician diploma program is designed to provide you with the knowledge, laboratory skills, and field experience required for entry-level employment as a pharmacy technician.

Students completing the Pharmacy Technician diploma program are prepared to sit for the Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) exam offered by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB).

As a student in the Pharmacy Technician program, you will:

See also our Pharmacy Technician Associate's Degree.

Your Learning Experience

Pharmacy Systems of Operation
Learn the operational fundamentals to include pharmacy laws, standards, and ethics for pharmacy technicians.

Dosage and Calculations of Medications
Learn how to accurately calculate dosages and properly interpret medication labels.

Pharmacology I & II
Learn the basics and issues important in today’s health care settings including legal foundations, over-the-counter and alternative medications, principles of drug action, life span aspects of drug therapies, and substance abuse and misuse.

Program core courses may include:

  • Introduction to Pharmacology
  • Pharmacy Systems of Operations
  • Dosage and Calculations of Medications
  • Anatomy & Physiology: Systems of Transport & Support
  • Anatomy & Physiology: Body Control Systems
  • Health Care Law and Ethics
  • Terminology of Body Systems
  • Terminology of Body Support
  • Pharmacy Practice
  • Pharmacy Technician Exam Success Class
  • Pharmacy Technician Externship
  • The Microsoft Office

 

Why Pharmacy Technician Students Turn To National College:

 

 

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