Thank you for your interest in Marygrove College’s Pharmacy Technician Program!

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of Pharmacy Technician jobs in the United States is expected to increase by 27 percent through 2018. That means 600 new jobs this year that weren’t there last year in Michigan alone! You need a quality program that will train you for this dynamic career opportunity quickly and conveniently. The Pharmacy Technician Program at Marygrove College will prepare you for a national certificate in one year through evening classes taught by pharmacists and other health care professionals.

Click the " I Want to Learn More " button below and our Pharmacy Technician Program Coordinator will contact you.

Affordability and Scholarships

What good is a program that you can’t afford, right? The Marygrove Pharmacy Technician Program is competitively priced (well below Marygrove’s normal tuition rates), eligible for Federal and State financial aid AND, you may qualify for the Career Ladder Pharmacy Technician Scholarship. This scholarship, new for Winter 2012, will award up to $500 for new students entering this semester with a 2.50 cumulative transfer GPA and/or a 2.75 cumulative high school GPA (or its GED score equivalent). But time is limited – classes start January 9, 2012 – so apply today or let our coordinator tell you more!

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Marygrove offers three undergraduate degrees that give specific direction on where you want to take your dance career.

The Bachelor of Fine Arts/Dance Performance degree program is specifically designed for the student preparing for a professional career as a performer in dance. This specialized program requires 61 credit hours in dance technique and 24 credit hours in dance-related theory courses.

The Bachelor of Arts/Dance degree program is designed for students who wish to major in dance, but would like to take advantage of the Liberal Arts academic experience. A total of 48 credit hours in dance technique and 24 credit hours in dance-related theory courses.

The Bachelor of Arts/Dance Education degree program is designed for the student preparing for a career as a dance educator. Prospective educators must apply for admission to the Teacher Certification program at the completion of the sophomore year.
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The Bachelor of Science with a major in forensic science is designed for students who want a career in forensic laboratories in police departments, district attorney’s offices, regional and state agencies, DEA, ATF, FBI, USPS, SS, CIA and United States Fish and Wildlife Services, medical examiners office, private companies, and for occupations that require a moderate training in chemistry combined with training in one or more other areas.

As a forensic science student you will have a wide variety of excellent career opportunities available to you: forensic-related jobs with government departments at the federal, state, and local level. Forensic science majors also often pursue advanced work in graduate schools as well as medical school. A forensic science background is also valuable to you if you major in the health sciences (nutrition, clinical chemistry, and industrial hygiene).





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Thinking about becoming part of the Marygrove family? Great idea! We'd love to show you all the college offers and how to get started with the admissions process. As a prospective undergraduate, graduate, or extended learning student, we know you have questions. Maybe a whole lot of questions. You've come to the right place. Consider us your personal guide to the ins and outs of Marygrove.

To get started fill out the adjacent form or call (313) 927-1240.

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Marygrove College has a new Associate of Science in Health Science Degree designed just for you.

You will automatically receive 24 credit hours toward your degree if you have passed the PNLEX or PNTC exam. You can attend full or part time, and financial aid makes it affordable.

If you do not have an LPN or Pharmacy Tech certificate, Marygrove offers other entry level health care training programs including a One Year Pharmacy Technician Program as part of its career ladder programs in Health Care.

Job opportunities and promotions in Health Care will continue to grow because of the increasing demand for medical services and workers. The US Dept of Labor Statistics says an associate degree can increase your career opportunities and earning potential.

For more information on this degree, the one year Pharmacy Technician Program or other Health Care Training, attend one of Marygrove's Allied Health Career Information Sessions on Dec. 8, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. or Dec. 11, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

To get started, fill out the adjacent form or call (313) 927-1417 for more information.

 Information Sessions: Wed. 12/8 or Sat. 12/11

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Alumni Relations Contact Information

For more information, contact Janice Machusak, Director of Alumni Relations/Alumni Annual Giving at (313) 927-1443 or

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