Olivet College offers 32 majors and 24 minors ranging from Accounting to Sports Psychology, Journalism, Chemistry, Criminal Justice, Graphic Design - and much more! Look below for our full list of majors, and find your perfect fit.
Arts and Humanities
Gain real world experience
Do you dream of working for a non-profit? Becoming a nurse? How about the head coach of the Detroit Lions?
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Global Citizen Honors Program
Halle Burke, recipient of the 2015 Global Citizen Honors Program Full-Tuition Scholarship, will have the opportunity to participate in honors seminar, honors courses and an overseas study trip to Oxford University.
For more information on the benefits of joining GCHP, click here.
Each spring, hundreds of Olivet College students take classes all over the world during our Intensive Learning Term (ILT).
Ready to explore the globe?
Olivet College Earns Place on National Honor Roll for Community Service
The highest federal honor a college or university can receive for its commitment to service, Olivet College has earned this distinction two years in a row. This is due in part to our campus-wide commitment to service. To learn more about local, national and international service experiences we offer at Olivet College, click here.
Olivet College's Academic Catalog contains a comprehensive overview of our majors and minors, as well as individual course descriptions. If you have questions about an academic program, please contact the Office of Admissions at 1-800-456-7189 or via email at email@example.com.
Liberal Arts Core Curriculum
The Liberal Arts Core Curriculum at Olivet College consists of a sequence of required courses providing common learning and shared experiences for all undergraduates. It forms the foundation for a liberal arts education at the college. The courses of the Liberal Arts Core Curriculum link skills, orientations, and educational outcomes with Olivet’s academic vision of Education for Individual and Social Responsibility.
Core courses and program areas encompass the traditional disciplines of the liberal arts: Writing and Rhetoric I and II; Civilization Studies; Self and Community; Mathematics; Natural World; Creative Experience; and Global Diversity. Additionally, the core curriculum requires at least one course involving Service Learning and a Senior Experience course in the major, serving as a capstone course for the student.
For more information, please visit the Academic Catalog.
We're committed to you!
Olivet College has its own unique personality and character.
We recognize that learning is more than delivering information and facts. At Olivet College, you will learn how to apply the knowledge you acquire in the classroom to your career of choice.
Feel free to learn more about our academic departments and individual majors. For more information on a particular area of study, please call the Office of Admissions at 1-800-456-7189 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.