Introduction to Healthcare
Learn basic medical terminology, anatomy, physiology, infection control, and gain an understanding of medical/ethical issues in today's medical environment.
History and Ethics of Pharmacy
Discover the history and roles of pharmacy professionals, as well as the impact of changing laws on those roles. Covers best practices for quality service, teamwork, and professionalism.
Gain understanding of anatomy and physiology as it relates to disease medication and treatment of specific systems and conditions.
Pharmacy Law and Administration
Learn about a Pharmacy Technician's responsibility when filling prescriptions. Covers legal and ethical issues, preparation and utilization of patient profiles, handling medications, storage and delivery of drug products, and more.
Pharmacy Operations in Retail and Hospital Settings
Gain understanding of administrative aspects and hands-on applications of working in a pharmacy, including medication administration, safety, quality assurance, the pharmacy formulary system, and more.
Medical Calculations and Non-Sterile Compounding
Learn basic medical calculations and non-sterile compounding (or preparing personalized medications). Topics include conversions and calculations, drug dosages, and working with compounds and admixtures.
Medical Calculations and Sterile Compounding
Gain understanding of medical calculations and sterile compounding (or preparing personalized medications). Covers conversions and calculations, drug dosages, and working with compounds and admixtures, plus infection control, error mitigation, and quality assurance practices.
Provides supervised, practical, hands-on and observational experiences in a working pharmacy. Students gain real-life experience and training, with the opportunity to practice skills in all aspects of medication preparation and distribution.