Degrees & Programs
Oaks Community College is familiar with the Career Pathways program
followed by many school districts. The pathways allow students to begin
directing their course structure toward careers at a young age. Glen
Oaks curriculum lines up with these career pathways in numerous areas
The college tries to meet the educational needs of students with
varying backgrounds, capabilities, ambitions, and career intentions.
Certificates, associate degrees, transfer programs and apprenticeships
are available. For students preparing for a specific job, a certificate
or an apprenticeship program is usually best. For those looking at a
specific occupation or laying the groundwork for further study, an
associate degree is needed.
It is recommended that students work closely with a Glen Oaks
Community College advisor and with an advisor from the college or
university of their choice to ensure transferability of courses.