Program applicants must meet or exceed the following placement scores:
|Math 46 (Elem. Alg.)||15||421||47 (COPA)||MATH 0098|
|English 60 (Sent. Skills)||14||21||38 (COEN)||ENGL 0091|
|Reading 53 (Read. Comp)||16||21||51 (CORE)||READ 0091|
ACCUPLACER and Compass Test scores must be no older than 3 years and ACT test scores no older than 5 years at the time of admission into the program.
Students must be admitted to Baton Rouge Community College with eligibility to enroll in technical courses. Applicants must have a high school diploma from a regionally accredited institution or a General Educational Development (GED) diploma. Students admitted to the Pharmacy Technician program will received additional instructions regarding program requirements that include but are not limited to submission of a TB skin test and urine drug screen. A positive urine drug screen or any attempt to tamper with a specimen may disqualify an applicant and/or result in dismissal from the program. Costs for all requirements are borne by the student. Students are currently admitted once per year; the first semester courses are offered in the fall semester. The program is offered at the Port Allen Site Only; 3233 Rosedale Road, Port Allen, LA 70767.
Students admitted to the Pharmacy Technician program will receive additional instructions
regarding program requirements. Additional requirements for students admitted to the
program include but are not limited to:
*Submission of personal health history
*Submission of a physical examination
*TB skin test
*Urine drug screen
*State Criminal Background Check
Students must successfully pass a state criminal background check AND drug screen at the student's expense PRIOR to admission into program. Students will be subject to random drug screens throughout the program as needed, at the student's expense.
To receive the Certificate of Technical Studies, Pharmacy Technician, the student
must earn a “C” or better in all program courses. For additional information, contact
the Pharmacy Technician office at 225-421-3801 or the Nursing and Allied Health Advisor