Demonstrate professional conduct and apply legal, social, and ethical responsibility within the health care environment
Demonstrate professional interpersonal, oral, and written communications skills sufficient to serve the needs of patients and the public including an awareness of how diversity may effect the communication process.
Demonstrate proficient knowledge of computer software as it applies to document production, spreadsheets, and pharmacy based software
Perform mathematical calculations related to pharmacology
Apply knowledge of medical terminology, human disease processes, and pharmacology
Recognize and problem solve situations related to the pharmacy environment.
Assisting the pharmacist in serving patients
Maintaining medication and inventory control systems
Participate in the administration and management of pharmacy practice
Pursue continued professional development
Additionally, graduates of this program complete a practicum experience that links what they learn in the classroom and laboratory setting with real-world situations and challenges. This experience consists of 75 hours of hands-on clinical duties at one of the College's many health care clinical affiliates.