PRMT 231: Pharmacy Internship.-Community Based

Class Program
Credits 3

Students who have completed all of the course work in the Pharmacy Technician program qualify for this course. Students will participate for a minimum of 160 hours in a licensed community pharmacy setting, supervised by a registered pharmacist. The duties and tasks to be performed will be pre-determined based on classroom instruction to reinforce competencies. The duties and tasks to be performed will be agreed upon by the faculty, student and supervising pharmacist to guarantee learning. Performance activities are to include: customer relations; following workplace rules, procedures, ethics and legal parameters; processing of prescriptions including compounding, counting and pouring, packaging and labeling; inventory and stock operations including control, ordering and pricing, data entry and record-keeping. Prerequisites: Successful completion of all core curriculum courses with a grade of "C" or better. (S, Su)