Diploma in Pharmacy

Provide a Connection between Patients and Their Medicines

Bukhara Avicenna Texnikumi, we understand the importance of career-focused education. That is why we work to make sure that you have access to the training to help you meet your career goals.

Below is a list of some of the courses included in our Online Pharmacy Technician program:

  • Introduction to Pharmacy
  • Drug Classification Systems
  • Pharmaceutical Mathematics
  • Practical Computer Applications
  • Certification Exam Prep
  • Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technicians

Your Learning Experience
Diploma in Pharmacy program covers a wide range of topics you will need to be successful. Emphasis will be placed on:

Understanding drugs and their applications to assist the pharmacist in prescription preparation and administration.
The basics for updating and maintaining patient profiles, preparing insurance claims, labeling pharmaceutical products, managing inventory, and recognizing trade and generic drug names.
Basic chemistry and medical terminology to assist patients and conduct pharmacy procedures under pharmacy law.

  • Objectives
    A trained Pharmacy Technician can prepare IV, compounded, and/or unit-dose medications. An efficient technician will ensure the location, quality and quantity of all medications stored in the pharmacy. A Pharmacy Technician can participate in drug utilization-evaluation and quality assurance programs. They will consistently review the pharmacy’s inventory of drugs expired, recalled, inadequately labeled, or other non-usable drugs.
  • Course description
    The entry-level Pharmacy Technician works under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist and a supervising technician. The pharmacy technician will assist in the day-to-day activities of the pharmacy by filling prescriptions, assisting customers, ordering medications, and supporting the pharmacist. They will also be involved with reviewing patient drug allergies, dosing of medications, potential interactions and incompatibilities.

    The Pharmacy Technician course is designed to provide a sound educational environment for instruction and training to equip its graduates for entry level positions in different pharmacy settings. Pharmacy settings in which an entry level student may work include retail, hospital, mail-order, long-term care and compounding pharmacies.

    Classroom procedures

    Each course stands alone as a unit of study and is not dependent upon prerequisite training. A student may enter the program at the beginning of any course and continue through the sequence until completion of all courses. The course work consists of lecture/demonstration and hands on laboratory procedures.


    The externship is undertaken following the successful completion of all classroom training and consists of 160 clock hours, averaging eight hours a day. Students could work in a variety of settings. During the externship the student is allowed to perform the skills taught during the classroom portion of training.
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