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    Tulsa Community College
  Feb 24, 2018
2017-2018 College Catalog 
2017-2018 College Catalog

Program Map: Pharmacy Technology Certificate

The Pharmacy Technology program is offered every fall and spring term and is a one semester program; however, it is acceptable to split the 16 credit hours into two semesters with the program director’s approval.  Classes are on Monday and Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:20 p.m.

Students must have an average of 75% or higher on all coursework for PHMT 1324, PHMT 1334 and PHMT 1414, or approval from the program director, to begin clinical rotations in PHMT 1524. To earn this certificate, you must achieve a minimum 2.0 (‘C’) grade point average on the courses listed below. 

Course Number and Title Credit Hours
PHMT 1324 - Introduction to Profession of Pharmacy   4
PHMT 1334 - Introduction to Pharmacology   4
PHMT 1414 - Pharmacy Technician Practicum I   4
PHMT 1524 - Preceptorship I   4
Total Credit Hours 16

Milestones - Milestones are reminders of actions you should take before or during the semester to help keep you on track for graduation.

  • Check academic calendar for important dates and deadlines impacting classes and financial aid.
  • To maintain financial aid eligibility, a student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 1.70 during the first 30 credit hours attempted.  See a financial aid counselor to determine your financial aid status before the start of the semester.
  • Complete all risk management requirements in preparation for the clinical setting (CPR, vaccinations, flu shot, TB test, etc.), including clearance on a national background check and negative drug screening.
  • Meet with an academic advisor to file for graduation during the semester.