Pharma

College Logo

The Logo

Green is the official color of Pines City Colleges. This represents life, nature and well-being of man. This manifested in the College of Pharmacy's round logo with scalloped edges. This symbolizes the well-rounded personlaities of the students and graduates who are trained in the multi-faceted aspects related to the duties and responsibilities of a Pharmacist.

The center of the logo contains the symbol “Rx” which stands for the Latin word “recipe” meaning “to take.” It is customarily part of the superscription (heading) of a prescription. The Rx in the logo speaks of the College’s commitment to educate students for a responsible provision of pharmaceutical care. Maroon is the official color of PCC College of Pharmacy to distinguish it from other schools/ universities. The numeric 1993 implies the year the Program started. Asterisks accentuate the logo.

About

About the College of Pharmacy

It was out of the Pharmacy Aide Program in 1962 that the College of Pharmacy came to be. Continuous effort made it possible for the granting of Government Recognition No. 10. S. 1996 to offer the complete 4-year BS Pharmacy Program effective S.Y. 1996-1997.

In its years of existence, the College of Pharmacy proved that “WHAT WE DREAM CAN HAPPEN IF WE BUT MAKE IT HAPPEN.

The College showed that PCC can achieve academic excellence through its 100% passing rate in the Licensure Examination and as one of the top performing schools of Pharmacy in the country. It showed PCC’s potential competitions, the College made it to the top in sports, musical, and literary competitions and named, for more than once, the Over-all Champion!

With the rise in Nursing course in 2004, the College of Pharmacy was not exempted from the death number of enrollees. With its dream to keep its doors open, it intensified its outreach programs and campaigns that the community, the country, and the world need PHARMACISTS. Later, shifters, second coursers, transferees, freshmen from highlands and lowlands had been coming and the College started getting back the doors of the classrooms open for Pharmacy students. Yes, the College dreamed, worked for it, and made it happen.

In 2008, the College, once again, dreamed of regaining the crown it lost. Revitalized, united, determined… Indeed, it got back its tide as the Over-all Champion in PCC inter-college competitions.

This year, the College of Pharmacy is blessed with more students to cater to. As it continues to fulfill its mission to provide the country with Pharmacists, the College is driven with the goal, “NO GRADUATE LEFT BEHIND, BATCH 2010 AND ONWARDS”. It aims its graduates to be prepared to face the challenges of licensure examination as their starting point in the practice of their profession; graduates who are not to be left behind but are ready to immerse themselves to the more challenging local and global trends.

Indeed, the College of Pharmacy dreamed and made it happened. Together, we make our students’ dream come true by being the people who care to care.

Dream!!!... be with People who Care to Care, the College of Pharmacy!

PROGRAM INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES

PCC GRADUATE ATTRIBUTE

BS PHARMACY PROGRAM INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (ILOs)

PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE
  1. Demonstrate competence in pharmacotherapy of medical problems and in providing pharmaceutical care services.
  2. Perform processes in compounding/manufacturing pharmaceutical products in accordance to standards.
COMMUNICATION SKILLS
  1. Effectively communicate information in oral, written, audio-visual, and electronic means in pharmaceutical dispensing, patient care and education, and in other workplace demands in collaboration with health care team.
CRITICAL THINKING, ANALYTICAL AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS
  1. Analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information in order to solve problems and make informed, rational, and responsible decisions.
  2. Take steps to actively educate, contribute, and lead to produce betterments.
ETHICAL, SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBLITY
  1. Advocate professional and ethical pharmacy practice.
  2. Manage resources with the goal of improving patient outcomes and contribute to public health and wellness.
PRODUCTIVITY
  1. Conduct scientific research method and processes to contribute to pharmacy education and practice and community development.
  2. Learn how to learn and show commitment to life-long learning.

Student Uniform

Student Uniform

Each college has its own prescribed uniform for economy, recognition, and discipline. A student wearing the school uniform represents the school and therefore, must conduct himself/herself properly, inside and outside the school.

Students must wear the prescribed uniform everyday in school (in attending all classes—General Education and Professional Pharmacy subjects) and other school functions outside the campus.

BS PHARMACY MALE UNIFORM:

Black socks, black leather shoes
White pants, white topper (as prescribed)
School I.D.
No earring/s

BS PHARMACY FEMALE UNIFORM:

Skin tone (stockings/socks) and appropriate plain black shoes with rubberized sole. rubber shoes are not allowed.
White pants or skirt (at least 3 inches below the knee), white topper (as prescribed).

LABORATORY ATTIRE

Students are required to wear:

laboratory gown
head cap
mask
Wearing of the laboratory gowns bearing print/mark other than that of Pines City Colleges, College of Pharmacy is strongly discouraged.

Mission

Mission

The College of Pharmacy develops and equips the student with the knowledge, skills, and values needed in the various fields of pharmacy practice namely: Academe, community, hospital, industry, regulatory, research, and other fields where scientific and technical pharmaceutical expertise is required.

PROGRAM INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES

PCC GRADUATE ATTRIBUTE BS PHARMACY PROGRAM INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES(ILOs)
PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE 1. Demonstrate competence in pharmacotherapy of medical problems and in providing pharmaceutical care services.
2. Perform processes in compounding/manufacturing pharmaceutical products in accordance to standards.
COMMUNICATION SKILLS 3. Effectively communicate information in oral, written, audiovisual, and electronic means in pharmaceutical dispensing, patients care and education, and in other workplace demands in collaboration with health care team.
CRITICAL THINKING, ANALYTICAL AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS 4. Analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information in order to solve problems and make informed, rational, and responsible decisions.
5. Take steps to actively educate, contribute, and lead to produce betterments.
ETHICAL,SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY 6. Advocate professional and ethical pharmacy practice.
7. Manage resources with the goal of improving patient outcomes and contribute to public health and wellness
PRODUCTIVITY 8. Conduct scientific research method and processes to contribute to pharmacy education and practice and community development.
9. Learn How to learn and show commitment to life-long learning.
Vision

Vision

The College of Pharmacy is a center of learning where academic excellence is promoted and realized. It aims to provide the country with professionally competent and globally competitive pharmacists.

Objectives

Objectives

After finishing the Program, the graduate shall have acquired and developed the competencies in:

Conducting scientific research method and processes;
Developing drugs for prevention, diagnosis, mitigation, and treatment of diseases in man and animals;
Identifying, compounding, manufacturing, storing, and dispensing drugs;
Managing drug establishments based on sound entrepreneurial practice;
Providing pharmaceutical care as well as counseling clients in the proper use of both prescribed and patient-chosen medications;
Providing drug and health related information;
Advocating professional and ethical pharmacy practice; and
Contributing to the over-all social, mental, emotional and physical health of individuals, communities, and the country.

Programs Offered

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Duration: 4 years