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					                                                                              Personal Career Plan of Study: Pharmacist

                              The purpose of a Personal Career Plan of Study is to provide a student with an      Career Path: Health Services
                              example of a coherent sequence of classes focused upon a career pathway that
                              will enable a seamless transition into a postsecondary program.                     Cluster:     Health Services

                              ▲ Graduation Requirement                    CACC courses highlighted                CACC Program: Health Occupations
                                                                                                                                                                            8              Recommended
                                            1                 2                 3                 4                 5                 6                 7          8th block, Zero hour,     Electives
                                                                                                                                                                    or Summer School

                               9      English 9 ▲      Govt./Econ ▲      Algebra 1 ▲        Physics 9 ▲        Health/PE ▲          Fine            Foreign
                                                                                                                                    Art ▲          Language

                Grade Level

                                                                                                                                Intro to HCP                                               Lab
                               10     English 10 ▲      World History     Geometry ▲         Biology ▲           Foreign              or                                                   Explorations
                                                             ▲                                                  Language        Intro HCP-H                                                101,
                                                                                                                                  (Practical                                               Pub. Speaking,
                                                                                                                                                                                           MS Office 1,
                                                                                                                                    Art ▲)

                               11     English 11 ▲      US History ▲      Algebra 2 ▲       Chemistry ▲                           Professions in Healthcare
                                                                                                                                         (3 credits)
                                                                                               Human              PE/
                               12        English/        Psychology       Pre-Calculus        Anatomy           Personal
                                      Language Arts                            or                              Finance ▲
                                      at High School                       Math 115-                                           Lab                                                         AP Chemistry,
                                            or                              College                                            Foundations                                                 AP Biology,
                                      Career Center                         Algebra                                            PE and/or                                                   AP Physics,
                                       English 12 –                          (Dual                                             MPA                                                         Sociology
                                       Language &                        Enrollment with
                                       Composition                           LSTC)

                                       (Dual Credit
                                      with LSTC) ▲

                              Information regarding College Credit opportunities for CACC students can be found at:
                              Examples of Certificate Programs: Certificate of Proficiency in Pharmacy Technician is a 38-credit-hour program that will qualify graduates for entry-level positions
                              in a wide variety of pharmacy practice settings; Certificate of Specialization in Pharmacy Technician is an eight-credit-hour program that will qualify graduates for
                              entry-level positions in retail and community pharmacies only.

                              Example of Graduate Degree: Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Science at UMKC. High school seniors whose high school cumulative GPA is 3.25 and above at
                              the beginning of their Senior year and whose ACT composite score is a minimum 23 (1060 SAT score) are eligible to apply for the Freshman Provisional Admission
                              Program. The GPA is worked up by the School of Pharmacy Student Services Office and could differ than what shows up on the high school transcript. Up to 30
                              provisional freshmen are accepted each year. Provisional students complete the pre-pharmacy coursework at the UMKC campus and take the Pharmacy College
                              Admissions Test during the freshman year. Students who do not qualify for the Provisional Admission Program may register as a Pre-Pharmacy student.

                              Examples of postsecondary required courses: Chemistry, Biology, Human Biochemistry, Organic Chemistry, Human Anatomy, Physics, Toxicology,
                              Pharmaceutics I and II, Analytical Chemistry, English Composition I and II, Calculus w/Analytic Geometry and Statistics.