Olivet Theological College and Seminary offers graduate degree programs that provide students with the opportunity to continue their education beyond the undergraduate level in order to understand and expand their qualifications for many related vocations. With our accredited graduate degree programs, OTCS’s intentional attempt is to capture our mission in reaching the ‘network generation more completely, and at the same time to meet the needs of mission and ministry in the 21st century.
Students who do not reside in the USA and who wish to attend Olivet Theological College and Seminary must follow the regular admissions guidelines for the respective program to which they seek admission. In addition, international students must satisfy the requirements of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services by becoming eligible to study in the USA through the obtainment of an F-1 visa. In order to apply for an F-1 visa, a student must obtain an I-20 form from Olivet Theological College and Seminary or another approved institution.
Approval for the I-20 is granted after a student has met all the necessary financial and academic requirements and has provided proof of return following graduation. Students desiring the I-20 should contact Olivet Theological College and Seminary and request a special I-20 admissions packet.
Olivet Theological College and Seminary welcomes inquiries from international students who wish to pursue a degree program at Olivet Theological College and Seminary. In addition to the normal admission requirements, an international student must comply with the following:
We will evaluate the student’s character and potential for excellence in their desired program of study by examining all parts of their application, including grades, awards, statement of personal testimony, personal statement, pastor and professor recommendations, employment, extracurricular activities, etc.
Students applying to the following graduate degree programs must also meet the following requirements:
Olivet Institute of Technology > M.A. Information Technology: Preparatory undergraduate course work required include:
(1) Programming Fundamentals and Data Structures
(2) Networking Fundamentals.