Discover what it takes to become a pharmacist!
Pharmacists work in communities, for educational institutions, drug manufacturers and hospitals, and with nuclear medicine to build patient records and medical files. Pharmacists from the College of Pharmacy will teach you how to read prescriptions, help prepare medications, counsel patients, understand poison warnings and learn patient drug regimens.
You’ll study hypertension, diabetic monitoring, intravenous techniques, and experience the pharmacy lab at UofSC’s School of Pharmacy where you may even try your hand at compounding and making different types of medicine.
Program Dates and Audience
- June 20-25, 2021
- Rising 9-12 grade students
- Commuting Scholar - $575
- Commuting Scholar Plus Evening - $665
- Residential Scholar - $975
Plus $25 lab fee.
Meet Your Instructor
Kathy Q. Moore
Kathy Q. Moore, RPh, CDM is a graduate of UofSC College of Pharmacy. She received certification in both diabetes management and hypertension at MUSC College of Pharmacy, Charleston, SC. Kathy has worked in the community pharmacy setting since high school with her dad at Taylor Street Pharmacy in Columbia. Kathy worked at Riley’s Drugs in Lexington for 20 years where she gained much experience in diabetes management and compounding, especially in the area of hormone replacement. Kathy will be teaching in the UofSC community pharmacy laboratory.