School of Health & Medicine
Now, with healthcare services more accessible than ever, pharmacies are in need of qualified professionals to help fill prescriptions.
Properly measuring and mixing medications is essential for patients’ health, and retail pharmacies, hospitals, and other facilities need pharmacy technicians who have demonstrated their expertise through education and training.
The Genesis pharmacy technician school begins a new program every month and offers expert instruction in:
Genesis students who complete pharmacy technician school—with campuses in Nashville, Cookeville, and Lebanon, TN, as well as Dalton, GA—are prepared to take the State of Georgia's or the State of Tennessee’s licensing exam and enter into a career that offers security and a competitive salary. In addition, comprehensive pharmacy technician training lays the foundation for graduates to continue their education in health and medicine, if they so choose.
For information on tuition, financial aid, academic requirements, and more, call (800) 639-7284—one of our advisors will walk you through the pharmacy technician school in Nashville, Lebanon, Cookeville, or Dalton.
A Pharmacy Technician diploma creates career opportunities in a variety of settings:
As you look into your new career as a Pharmacy Technician, be sure to research some of the real-life details of your new trade such as job outlook, self-employment opportunities, earning potential in your chosen career track and details of your new work environment.
Curious about what it takes to get your pharmacy technician license? Our easy-to-follow guide outlines the steps you’ll take after graduation.
Genesis Career College is authorized for operation as a post-secondary educational institution by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. In order to view detailed job placement and completion information for this program offered by Genesis Career College, please visit www.tn.gov/thec and click on the “Authorized Institutions Data” button at the bottom of the page.
At Genesis Career College, we offer financial aid to those that qualify. These programs can help you afford college through any combination of grants and student loans. We are a participant in the Title IV Federal Student Financial Aid program. The Financial Planner at each individual campus will assist you in completing your free application for Federal Student Aid.
Just like pharmacy technicians, medical assistants play a crucial role in healthcare—they work with doctors and nurses to directly care for patients. If that’s something that interests you, take a look at our medical assistant school, in Nashville, Cookeville, Lebanon, Tennessee and now in Dalton, GA.