The Pharmacy Technician Program is committed to providing a high standard of quality Pharmacy Technician education to all students. The content includes but is not limited to metric system, medical terminology, medicinal drugs, IV preparation, preparing purchase orders, receiving and checking supplies purchased, printing labels, typing prescription labels, delivering medications, pricing prescription drug orders and supplies, prepackaging unit dose packages, patient record systems, control records, health and safety, including CPR. This will be accomplished by providing a good foundation in basic Pharmacy Technician knowledge and skills, critical thinking and personal qualities. Through cooperative team efforts, our graduate Pharmacy Technician will be: successful in their certification requirements; be prepared for entry level Pharmacy Technician positions; adopt measures that ensure the safe practice of Pharmacy Technician show sensitivity to cultural diversity; promote health habits that contribute to total wellness; and, become lifelong learner.
*Daytime program requires full-time enrollment.
Pharmacy technicians work in a variety of settings where they assist pharmacists with filling patient prescriptions. In some settings, they interact extensively with patients and other customers.
Employer of Graduates:
Pharmacy Technician · H170500 · 1050 Hours
|OCP||Course Number||Course Title||Course Length||SOC Code|
|A||HSC0003||Basic Healthcare Worker||90||31-9099|
|B||PTN0084||Pharmacy Technician 1||360||29-2052|
|PTN0085||Pharmacy Technician 2||300||29-2052|
|PTN0086||Pharmacy Technician 3||300||29-2052|
|$2,814.00||Florida Resident Tuition ($2.68 x 1050 hours)|
|$90.00||Registration Fee ($45.00 per semester x 2)|
|$100.00||Facility Usage Fee ($50.00 per semester x 2)|
|$320.00||Lab Fee ($160.00 per academic semester x 2)|
|$380.00||Miscellaneous Fee (1st Semester Only)|
|$40.00||Liability Insurance ($20.00 per semester x 2)|
|Total Costs $3,902.11|