Although Great Lakes Christian College exists primarily to prepare servant-leaders for the church, it also seeks to provide Christian leadership to the world.
For those who decide to serve Christ in non-church related careers, GLCC will:
- Provide an educational foundation from a distinctly Christian perspective;
- Provide an enhanced understanding of the Bible; and
- Prepare students for professional vocations.
Spring Arbor University Cooperative Program
Great Lakes Christian College and Spring Arbor University are working in cooperation to facilitate students desiring to enter academic programs and majors in which GLCC doesn’t have a terminal degree. With guidance from the cooperative arrangement coordinator, students take the appropriate GLCC courses and will then transfer them into Spring Arbor’s program in most cases after attaining 58 credits at GLCC.
Such area are:
Elementary Education Social Studies
Elementary Education Language Arts
Elementary Education Special Education
Health and Exercise Science
Music Education Intrumental
Music Education Vocal
Secondary Education Social Studies
Secondary Education English
Secondary Education History
Secondary Education Spanish
Secondary Education Special Education.