Undergraduate Education

Undergraduate Education

Undergraduate life in OTCS is full of learning opportunities inside and outside the classroom, students will have numerous ways to experience the rich culture and excitement of San Francisco and Los Angeles areas, they can communicate with students come from various cultures and backgrounds around the world.

Undergraduate education at OTCS is rooted in a strong Biblical foundation, OTCS provides plenty of Bible core and theology courses, both for OTCS and other colleges students in Olivet University. Meanwhile, many kinds of general education course are provided and could help expand students’ knowledge on other fields. The College's undergraduate programs offer distinct options and paths of study, from Riverside and San Francisco Onsite and online in more than tens of countries and areas around the world.

On the undergraduate level Olivet Theological College and Seminary offers bachelor of arts in theology for freshmen and transfer students.

OTCS Bachelor of Arts in Theology Degree Program

The Bachelor of Arts in Theology undergraduate degree program offers four years of college-level training in biblical studies. Students enrolled in this program will study the bible in depth, including doctrinal and historical perspectives. The Bachelor of Arts in Theology program also features core curriculums in general studies and professional studies, with opportunities to apply classroom learning in practical ministry environments.

B.A. Theology

B.A. Theology The Bachelor of Arts in Theology undergraduate degree program offers four years of college-level training

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Ralph D. Winter Library

Named after one of the foremost mission strategists, the Ralph D. Winter Library features half-million physical books and much more digital contents.

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Academic Standards

Learn more about Olivet's academic policies for graduate students.

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Course Information

Learn more about courses of study at OTCS. They are offered as credit or for satisfactory completion on a semester basis.

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