Indiana University Northwest

Adult Education

Career Development

Career Development


This program has been approved by the Indiana Board of Pharmacy and meets the requirements for employment in the state.  The course helps prepare the student for an optional independent national certification test.  The course content will include pharmacy terminology, control substances, quality assurance, retail and hospital pharmacy, long term care pharmacy, basic IV overview and demonstration, Total Parentral Nutrition, mathematical computations as they apply to the pharmacy, special problems, and sterile technique.  A GED or high school diploma is required for employment and recommended before enrolling in the class.  Students should have average math skills and learn basic computer skills before seeking employment. Typical salaries range from $9-$12 an hour depending on the setting of employment.  

Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 3 - August 21

6:00 - 8:30 p.m., $995 (includes books)

Register after May 28 - $1,050