Pharmacy Technology (PT)
Cabarrus College of Health Sciences
Cabarrus College offers an Associate’s Degree in Pharmacy Technology for those who want training to become pharmacy technicians. Students are prepared to safely, accurately and efficiently function in this role in a variety of settings. Likewise, necessary skills are developed to provide medication management functions that do not require the judgment of a licensed pharmacist. Successful completion of this program will help you acquire a degree to become an Advanced Pharmacy Technician.
The Pharmacy Technology associate’s degree is a 66 credit hour program. Course work include General Education courses (21 hrs.) and Pharmacy courses (48 hrs.) through a combination of online classes and traditional campus classes. Additionally, study includes clinical experiences to further develop the students’ skills and build valuable relationships with area pharmacies. This program is accredited by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Admission requirements include official transcripts from previously attended high school and colleges, two personal references, and acceptable scores on the ASSET or ACT tests.
Degree Level: Associate
Delivery Format: Hybrid
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
1) Submit an official transcript showing evidence of high school or college level Algebra I, Algebra II or either geometry or a math with Algebra II as prerequisite, and biology with a preferred minimum grade of ""C.""
2) Supply two references speaking to academic ability and work ethic.
3) Present acceptable scores on either the ASSET test (42 - writing, 42 - reading and 39 - numerical), the SAT I (470 - critical reading and 440 - math) OR the ACT (composite score of 19).
Combination of Online and Traditional Campus Courses.
The demand for quality nurses was high during World War II, so Cabarrus County Hospital in Concord, North Carolina, established a school of nursing in 1942, initially enrolling sixteen students. The hospital continued to support the education of nurses and by the end of the twentieth century, the school added degree programs and assumed a new title, Cabarrus College of Health Sciences. Cabarrus College awards associate’s and bachelor’s degrees, along with diplomas and certificates.
Programs at Cabarrus College of Health Sciences focus on nursing and health profession programs. Cabarrus offers both bachelor’s and associate’s degrees in Nursing. Currently, distance learning students can pursue three different online/blended learning degree programs at Cabarrus College of Health Sciences, along with a large number of online courses. Online classes incorporate asynchronous or synchronous lessons with interactive discussion boards and group work.
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