As the Winter quarter has begun, the class of 2021 of the Olivet School of Art and Design (OSAD) is ready to take on the final portfolio project - just in time for graduation in June.
The Manhattan New York Olivet Business School campus will be introducing three courses, ECON600 Macroeconomics in the Global Economy, LEAD700 Leadership and MGMT800 Business Capstone Project, for the Winter 2021 quarter.
Olivet Institute of Technology is opening a Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain course taught by Dr. Reza Sadoddin for winter quarter 2021. The advanced level course covers a new trending technology, blockchain, as a widely used application fitting with cryptocurrencies bitcoin.
For the upcoming Winter Quarter, OTCS San Francisco provides the "Systematic Theology II" course for OU online and OU San Francisco students. For the course, professor Dr. Joseph Lee gives lectures principally pertaining to Christology and Soteriology.
Olivet School of Language Education (OSLE) welcomes new instructor William McMorrow for Winter quarter. McMorrow is an effective ESL teacher and will teach Intermediate Listening and Speaking starting from January.
The Dean of the Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies, Dr. Donald Tinder, released the following Christmas message
Olivet Theological College and Seminary (OTCS) faculty virtually engaged in a series of major conferences as part of ongoing professional development, including the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS).
Olivet School of Media and Communication (OSMC) launched a brand-new course "Media Sales" last quarter and evaluations are showing that students were highly satisfied with the course content.
As Jesus prepared to ascend back to heaven to sit at the right hand of God the Father he encouraged his disciples to read the Psalms. Here are his specific words recorded in Luke 24 verse 44:
A few courses offered by Olivet School of Art and Design (OSAD) in the Fall quarter have adopted a new learning approach where design students are put in a simulated industry setting to acquire essential skills and produce work. Students have found the experience more challenging but acknowledged its effectiveness in preparing them for their career.