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Advanced Pharmacy Technology - Mission Statement, Purpose and Goals

Advanced Pharmacy Technology - Mission Statement, Purpose and Goals

Mission Statement

The mission of the Advanced Pharmacy Technology program is to promote student success by providing quality instruction, technology, and practical experience and providing the pharmacy community with well-prepared certified pharmacy technicians to deliver high quality pharmaceutical care to the community.

Purpose

The purpose of the Advanced Pharmacy Technology program is to prepare students to successfully complete the national certification exam and function as a competent member of the pharmacy healthcare team.

Goals

The goals of the Advanced Pharmacy Technology program include:

  1. Graduates will possess theoretical knowledge, professional behaviors, and technical skills necessary to function effectively as a pharmacy technician.
  2. Be responsive to community needs within the scope and resources of the program.

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Marianna Mabry • (865) 354-3000 ext. 4242 • Click name for email address

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