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  • In this course we will begin with some computer basics with respect to hardware, operating systems, file systems, and databases. Then, we will move into the more specialized realm of pharmacy automation and technology where we will cover topics from eprescribing to pharmacy robotics and med-stations. This course will use a combination of instructor lead discussions, and student presentations.
  • In this course students will learn about the parts of a prescription, how to enter patient information, work with insurances, process prescriptions, and even get some hands on practice with filling prescriptions.
  • In this course students will learn the drugs commonly dispensed in institutional and community pharmacy practice settings, pharmacy law, public safety, medical abbreviations, special pull out topics, extemporaneous compounding, certification practice and more!
  • In this course, students will be expected to obtain a mastery level of all the math that a pharmacy technician may typically work with in various pharmacy practice setting.
  • This course is intended to prepare MCPs for their certification exam
  • This course is intended to supplement the medical coder program, providing additional content to build skills in Health Information Management, ICD-9-CM and CPT medical coding.
  • In this course, the students will learn basic arithmetic functions, word problems, significant figures, the Metric (SI) System, solving algebraic expressions, quadratic equations, introduction to laboratory statistics, use of the scientific calculator and reading gauges/tools of measurement.
  • Students are required to elaborte and present written and oral projects using different resources.  These actvities help students develop individual technical skills and gives them the hands-on experience of preparing eports in different areas using library resources, catalogs, handbooks, computer programs and the internet.
  • This course emcompasses theory and math of atoms, molecules and ions; chemical equations and reactions in aqueous solution; mass relationships in chemical reactions; physical properties of solutions; the periodic table; basic concepts in  bonding; nomenclature; gases; thermochemistry; catalysis; chemical equilibrium; acid and bases; solubility equilibria; electrochemistry.
  • In this hands-on course the student will learn to keep a laboratory notebook while becoming familiar with the following equipment and procedures: The Analytical Balance; Laboratory Tools, Hardware and Glassware; Handling Chemicals and Solutions; Preparation of Samples and Solutions; Separation Techniques; Evaporation; Filtration; Recrystallization; Sublimation; Centrifugation; Extraction; Distillation; Statistical Analysis of Data; Natural and Synthetic Organic Polymers; Addition and Condensation Reactions; Properties and Plastics Processing; Volumetric Analysis; Introduction to Titrimetric Analysis; Acid-Base Titrations; Redox Titrations; Potentiometric Titrations; Gravimetric Analysis; Sampling and Sample Prep; Selective Identification of Cations and Anions; Density; Specific Gravity; Melting Point; Viscosity; Molecular Weight Determination; The Electromagnetic Spectrum;  US-VIS Spectrophotometry; IR Spectrometry; Instron; Gas and Paper Chromatography.

  • In this course students will learn about Hydrocarbons: Alkanes, Alkenes, Alkynes and Aromatics; Sources and Reactions of Hydrocarbons; Halides; Functional Groups: Alcohols, Ethers, Aldehydes, Ketones, Carboxylic Acids, Esters and Amines. Natural and Synthetic Organic Polymers; Addition and Condensation Reactions; Properties and Plastics Processing; Physical and Chemical Testing Techniques and Procedures; and Other Miscellaneous Organic Chemicals.
     
     
  • The final segment of training is an eight-week chemical laboratory externship which provides the student with on-the-job experience under the supervision of a chemist or senior technician. Students are exposed to laboratory procedures and techniques, safety concepts and practices, as well as to the professional environment specific to the chemical industry.




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