Programs of Study

You can explore academic programs by career interest. Earn an Occupational Certificate or an Associate Degree and move right into employment or transfer courses to a college or university. For more information, make an appointment with a Glen Oaks advisor and map out your future.

Associate of Arts
Associate of General Studies*
Associate of General Studies – Emphasis in International Studies
Associate of Science
Certificate of General Studies
Arts, Communications, Humanities, Sciences:
Associate of Arts in Visual Arts
Emphasis in Commercial Photography
Emphasis in Fine Art
Emphasis in Graphic Design
Business, Management, Marketing, Technology:
Associate of Business
Associate of Applied Science in Business
Associate of Applied Science in Agricultural Operations – MSU
Associate of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems**
Accounting Certificate
Computer Support Technician Certificate
Management/Marketing Certificate
Management/Supervision Certificate
Network Administration Technician Certificate**
Engineering/Manufacturing, Industrial Technology:
Agricultural Equipment Technology Certificate
Associate of Applied Science in Agricultural Equipment Technology
Associate of Applied Science in Technology**
Automotive Service Certificate**
Automotive Technician Certificate
Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) Certificate**
Electrical Technologies Certificate**
Machine Tool Certificate**
Welding Certificate**
Health Sciences:
Associate of Applied Science in Nursing
Associate of Applied Science in Allied Health
Coding Specialist/Physician-Based Certificate*
Health Care Worker Certificate
Phlebotomy Technician Certificate
Medical Administrative Specialist Certificate
Medical Assistant Certificate
Practical Nursing Certificate
Human Services:
Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice**
Additional Offerings:
Emergency Medical Technician/Medical First Responder classes
Developing Your Portfolio for College Credit
* Fully online program options
** Evening program options



Transfer Programs

Glen Oaks Community College offers freshman and sophomore year courses that are needed to fulfill general education requirements toward the achievement of a four-year Bachelor’s degree. General education course options vary slightly at different colleges. Glen Oaks advisors can develop a “program specific” transfer guide for any major at any college you choose in the United States.


Selecting Transfer or Non-Transfer Degrees

Those who seek an Associate of Applied Science in Business, Associate of Applied Science in Technology, or an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing or Allied Health generally move directly into the workplace upon graduation. Many classes taken in these programs will transfer and the MA agreement may be available. All associate degrees, except the AASN, are flexible and provide for a wide range of classroom experience. It is recommended that students meet with an advisor to schedule classes that will pertain to their chosen degree.