Hard copy archives of all of our catalogs are kept on file in the Registrar’s Office.
All PDF catalogs are provided in ADA compliant format.
We now have a new, online catalog available! Please visit the 2022-23 catalog link to see our newest feature!
Only catalogs from the last 4 years are valid as the basis for your desired program’s requirements. If you have not completed your program within 4 years of your original start date, you will be required to use the current catalog as the basis for your program’s requirements. For more detailed information, please see the Catalog Affecting Credits and Graduation Policy.
Academic courses and programs at Glen Oaks share four common learning outcomes.
Through its General Education course offerings and its specialized courses, students gain the broad knowledge and skills to be life-long learners, succeeding in their careers and their communities. Courses and programs are structured to foster:
· Critical thinking
· The competent use of information
· Effective communication
· The recognition of diverse perspectives
General Education courses include those in Communications, the Humanities, Mathematics, Natural Science, and the Social Sciences. Courses from these academic disciplines are required for each of the College’s degree offerings and also satisfy the Michigan Transfer Agreement for future university study.