Pharmacy Technician 

Coming soon!

Students will start with the basics, such as medical terminology, and then learn about pharmacy math, pharmacy law, principles of pharmacology and more.

They’ll also learn the business side of a pharmacy, such as prescription processing, billing and inventory, and customer service. In more advanced classes, students will learn to create compound drugs tailored to the needs of an individual patient. Several of these classes will be available in an online or hybrid format, and students will also spend some time in a compounding lab at Salina Regional Health Center.

We are planning to start classes in either August of 2023 or January of 2024 – to find out more or get on our waiting list please contact Emily Ingalls at or 785-309-3132

Program Length Program Cost Degree Earned
9 Months TBD Pharmacy Tech Certification


  • Apply the federal, state, and local laws, regulations and professional standards to pharmacy practice.

  • Perform math function, dosage calculation, and compounding techniques

  • Create effective oral and written communication techniques with customers and employees

  • Understand the pharmacy technician role in retail, hospital, and institutional settings

  • Demonstrate safe medication preparation and follow safety and infection control procedures


  • Pharmacies

  • Physician offices

  • Clinics

  • Hospitals

  • Nursing Homes


Contact the Pharmacy Tech Enrollment Specialist with any questions, admissions requirement information, or to get on our waiting list.

Emily Ingalls – Enrollment Specialist