Pharmacy Technician Program
The Pharmancy Technician Program is a two semester program that prepares students to work as technicians in pharmacies under the direct supervision of a pharmacist. The courses focus on drug classifications and uses, pharmancy laws, rules and regulations, drug storage, record keeping, pharmacy math, and drug anatomy and physiology.
The Pharmancy Technician Program offers a Certificate of Achievement in Pharmancy Technician.
MATH 840 and ENGL 92 or 94 or placement in ENGL 96.
Students are required to attend an orientation session held during the Spring Semester to pick-up and application to the program.
For orientation information, contact the School of Health, John Adams Campus, 1860 Hayes Street, Room 115 or call 415 561-1900 for dates and times.