Pharmacy Technician Program
Classes begin September 14th!
The Pharmacy Technician certification course is offered by the Community Education Department of NMSU Alamogordo in partnership with National Collegiate Partners. The program offers students both theoretical and practical training through hands-on experience, preparing students for entry-level positions in the retail and institutional pharmacy setting. Upon completion of this program, students will be able to perform all the duties required in any pharmacy practice setting and also be prepared to take the certification exam offered by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board to become a Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT).
Instructor: Rebecca Maes
Class Dates: September 14 – December 21, 2013
Days & Time: Tuesday evenings from 6-9pm; Saturday mornings 9am-12pm.
Cost: $4,495 Includes all materials and textbooks.
(The exam is not included in certification fee).
Early registration deadline: September 6
Students who register early will receive a $200 discount!
Location: Class will be held at the NMSU Alamogordo campus, located at 2400 North Scenic Drive in Alamogordo, at the Learning Technology Center (LTC).
Internship: Once 84 hours of classroom study have been completed, students are required to complete a 120-hour internship in order to graduate from the program.
The course offering is considered “selective admissions,” which means that NCP student counselors and University staff will grant admission based on the application and interview. Our commitment is to keep a low teacher-student ration, therefore, seating is limited.
Prerequisites for this course include:
- A high school diploma or General Education Diploma (GED)
- No criminal offense, misdemeanor or felony, related to drugs or alcohol
- Commitment to the rigorous course schedule, which includes approximately 12 hours of study time and work outside of class per week
- Basic computer and typing skills of 25-30 WPM
- Basic algebra skills
Click for information about the new $500 scholarship from the
Rotary Club of Tularosa.
Contact one of NCP’s student counselors today to find out how you can get the training you need to start a new career! Counselors can also discuss financial aid options that are available. Find out how you can the training you need to a new career!financial aid options that are available to qualified applicants, including MyCAA for military spouses.
This non-credit course does not qualify for Pell Grants or financial aid normally available for academic classes. However, some types of financial assistance are available.
For more information contact:
National Collegiate Partners