Central Piedmont Community College
CPCC has been a part of the Charlotte landscape for almost 50 years. It has six campuses located throughout Mecklenburg County and serves more than 70,000 students a year. When you enroll at Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) seeking a certificate, diploma or degree in the health care field, you enroll with confidence. That’s because all of their allied health programs are nationally accredited or seeking national accreditation.
What does this mean for you?
It means the best chance for professional success. By completing the required curriculum courses from a respected accredited institution like CPCC, you’re earning the opportunity to obtain the national credential that hospitals and other pharmacy employers require in their workforce. Begin your journey toward a new health career at CPCC, an institution committed to providing you with a quality, accessible and affordable education.
What is a Pharmacy Technician?
A pharmacy technician works closely with pharmacists in hospital pharmacies, retail pharmacies,
What degrees are available?
CPCC provides a two-year Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree upon successful completion
Graduates of the program will be well-prepared to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification
To learn more, please call 704.330.6432 or visit www.cpcc.edu and search "Pharmacy AAS"