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Pharmacy Technology

Vennetta McCray
Medical Director
 

Career in Pharmacy Technology

Licensed/Certified pharmacy technicians perform many duties as pharmacists and most of those duties are performed under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist of that state especially in dispensing medications to patients.  While pharmacy technicians can perform work as licensed pharmacists, some state laws may limit the duties that a technician can perform.                                

Mission statement
The Pharmacy Technology Program at Malcolm X College supports students from the communities of Chicago to acquire a standard of academic knowledge in pharmacy which will allow them to practice in the profession as a certified pharmacy technician and/or acquire a level of understanding in pharmacy giving them the opportunity to also pursue the position as a pharmacist.                           

Admission Requirements  

Applicants are eligible to apply online after the following is completed:        

  • View Gainful Employment document through Student Portal [my.ccc.edu]
  • Submit proof of graduation in the form of an official high school or GED transcript to the MXC Office of Registrar Services.
  • Submit official college transcripts from all accredited colleges attended outside of City Colleges of Chicago. 
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00
  • Eligible for English 101
  • Eligible for Math 118 or college-level Math
  • Earned a grade of “C” or higher in Biology 116
    • Students enrolled in Biology 116 prior to the next fall term can submit an application 
For eligible applicants; click the link below for the Pharmacy Technology application:
        
        
After it is confirmed the applicant is qualified, the applicant will receive instruction to provide 3 letters of recommendation.       

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Pharmacy Technology
 

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Phone: 
312-850-7385
Fax: 
 
1900 West Jackson Blvd.
Room 7015
Chicago, IL 60612
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