• Adult Pharmacy Technology

    Adult Pharmacy Technology Program 

    The next session will be in the 2020-2021 school year with a start date of Aug 19th - March 31st.

    Please contact us for more information at (510) 657-1865 and add yourself to the Interest List.

    Important: To enroll in this program you must attend an Information Session

    To make an appointment to attend our Information Session please call 510-657-1865 or email info@mvrop.org

    During the Information Session you will:

    • Meet the Instructor
    • Get more information about the program/ additional questions will be answered during a Q&A session 
    • Take our prerequisite reading and math tests (You must pass both tests with a 70% or better in order to be eligible for the class.)

    Note: Due to COVID-19, all testers are required to wear masks while in our school building for the orientation and testing (3 hours max). Social distancing will be additionally practiced during the tour and following Q&A session.

    Tuesday, July 7 and Thursday, July 16
    Time: 10:30 am - 1:30 pm (you must be available for 3 hours)

    Course Information

    Course Schedule: Mon-Thurs 10:00AM - 12:30PM

    Prerequisite: Must have a high school diploma or GED and PTE assessment with a score in reading and math at the 8.0 grade level.

    Cost: $1650 per quarter = 2 quarters of class instruction (total cost of course is $3,500)
             Total includes a non-refundable $200 deposit to guarantee your spot in the         
             class upon completion of the prerequisite testing.
             Additional costs: $300 for books, lab coat, and testing fee

    *Last quarter consists of an externship
    Payment: Students must pay for the class using a credit card/ debit card
                    Checks or cash are not accepted for payment.
    Duration of the course: 2 quarters of Lecture and Lab
                                            (10 hours/week) totaling 207.5 hour

                                            1 quarter of externship (120 hours)
                                            = Total of 327.5 hours

    To download the course flier, click HERE