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Welcome to the Wayne County Community College District’s
Pharmacy Technology Department

We hope that you will find the information needed to help you get started in the dynamic pharmacy field. The Pharmacy Technology Program at WCCCD has a long history of promoting excellence in the community. Students may take general education courses at any of the five WCCCD campuses.

As a first step, we recommend that you attend a Required Program Information Session where you can learn more about the application requirements and procedures. For additional information please feel free to Contact us!

WCCCD’s Pharmacy Technology Program utilizes the industry leading pharmacy software PioneerRx. This software enhances the learning experience for students by allowing them to simulate the functions and workflow processes associated in day-to-day pharmacy operations. To learn more about PioneerRx,  visit the company’s webpage at https://www.pioneerrx.com/

For information about Academic Advising and Education Planning, click here.

PHARMACY TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM MISSION

The faculty and staff of the Pharmacy Technology Program accept and adhere to the mission as stated in the Wayne County Community College District’s Catalog. The mission of the Pharmacy Technology Program is to provide a comprehensive education designed to train students to function in all pharmaceutical care areas in a culturally diverse environment. Upon successful completion of study, graduates are awarded a certificate of completion.

 

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