Many perceived the study of divinity simply as the study of theology or doctrines, but it actually means much more for anyone who aspires to God's service.
Dr. Tom J. Cowley, Doctor of Ministry Program Director of Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies, will be releasing his new book in biblical literacy later in July.
The R&D Center at Riverside main campus is offering online practical training programs this Summer Quarter. Olivet Institute of Technology, OIT, students will have hands-on experiences mixed with entrepreneurial opportunities to experiment with new ideas.
Music students at Jubilee College of Music, JCM, gave a musical presentation on stage at Riverside campus to conclude the Spring quarter.
Olivet School of Art and Design (OSAD) has successfully held a three-part digital painting seminar in partnership with Christian artists fellowship Creatio. San Francisco-based concept artist/illustrator Temarius Walker led the class to produce amazing artworks.
Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies (ZSDS) will conclude a special academic year with the unprecedented high number of Doctor of Ministry (D.Min) graduates in June.
MAT (Master of Arts in Teaching) students in the "Exploring Art and Movement" course gave presentations on how to teach creative writing with art.
Jubilee College of Music (JCM) Annual Student Concert was successfully held at Riverside campus, sending heavenly tunes to everyone attending through the live online broadcast.
Olivet Business School's MBA students continue to engage in online distance learning and explore the world of entrepreneurship, during this unprecedented academic session.
Olivet Theological College & Seminary's New Testament I weekly online class has been helping seminary students to keep up their enthusiasm for learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Olivet School of Media and Communication (OSMC) launches the redesigned general education course "Speech and Communication" in the Spring quarter to help undergraduate students develop communication skills in public speaking, small group interaction, and interpersonal relationships.
Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) students from both the Family and Gospel & IT track have successfully defended their D.Min. projects in a series of online defense meetings in late April. Their research findings were highly complimented by the doctoral committee.