Pharmacy Technician Certificate

Objective

The Pharmacy Technician Program at ACC is designed to meet the needs of individuals planning to take the National Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam. Our goal is to provide the highest quality of education and training so that the student will have a complete understanding of the following:

  • Pharmaceutical Care
  • Pharmacy Law
  • Community Pharmacy Practice
  • Institutional Pharmacy Practice
  • Pharmacy Calculations
  • Pharmacology

Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program

The Pharmacy Technician Program at Alvin Community College offers a Level I Certificate Program consisting of 27 credit hours. The program includes online classes, hybrid classes, classroom classes, hands on labs, and an internship (256 hours) at local community and institutional pharmacies. We offer a flexible program that can be completed in 8 months (2 semesters) if attending full time or in 12 months (3 semesters) if attending part time. ACC also offers an AAS in Pharmacy Technology which requires 61 credit hours. For more information about the AAS, click here.

Faculty and Key Support Staff:

Rhonda Boone, DC – Department Chair, Pharmacy Technician Program

  • Rhonda Boone, DC received an Associates of Science—Radiologic Technology, Bachelor of Science—Human Biology, Doctorate of Chiropractic and Masters of Science in Education - Instructional Design for Online Learning. Dr. Boone has been certified by Kaduceus, Inc in Pharmacy Technician curriculum, Certified as a Pharmacy Technician, and Certified in IV preparation and compounding.

Dr. Boone may be contacted by email at rboone@alvincollege.edu or at 281-756-3805.

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