Olivet School of Media and Communication has updated its graduate journalism programs for the academic year 2019-2020, placing more emphasis on multimedia skills training.
One student from Olivet School of Media and Communication Riverside campus has arrived at Washington D.C. for ministry internship.
Journalism students have gained new perspectives on the development of media technology and its impact on people's lives through one of the featured courses "Media and Society" in the Spring quarter.
Summer is coming soon and it is an important season for school admission. Among the many programs offered at Olivet University, why should you choose to study media and communication?
Journalism students at Olivet School of Media and Communication (OSMC) explore using mobile phones for news reporting in the multimedia journalism course this quarter.
The video production class offered by Olivet School of Media and Communication (OSMC) this quarter has significantly advanced the media capabilities of Olivet University (OU) Riverside students.
Winter quarter's featured course "Audio and Video Production" at the Olivet School of Media and Communication introduces journalism students to the world of visual storytelling with an updated curriculum.
New and exciting courses will be offered at Olivet School of Media and Communication (OSMC) in Winter quarter 2019.