Martin D. Walker School of Engineering and Technology

Engineering the Future

The Olivet Nazarene University Martin D. Walker School of Engineering and Technology prepares professional young engineers and computer scientists with a focus on innovation and improving the lives of others. Excellent facilities, experienced faculty and real-world experience give students the best possible start for their careers. These world-class programs send graduates to work in top companies around the globe.

The Martin D. Walker School of Engineering and Technology includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering (B.S.E.), a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Computer Science and a minor in Information Systems.


Students, graduates and employers can be confident in the integrity of Olivet’s engineering program, accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, The quality education plus co-op, internship and project experience prepare graduates to enter the global workforce.

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Computer Science

Computing has advanced far beyond word processing and spreadsheets. Technical degrees are valued more and more in all fields. Olivet’s program extends beyond.

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cybersecurity defense

The Department of Computer Science offers a concentration in Cybersecurity Defense. This concentration will align with the requirements of the Department of Homeland Security and the National Security Agency's National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education program. 

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Career Preparedness

Quality learning and mentoring in the fields of engineering and computer science, combined with character development and leadership opportunities consistently yields career success. Demand for employees in STEM-related jobs continues to rise. Olivet has the formula for launching well-prepared graduates into their chosen fields.

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Mr. Martin D. Walker

With the dedication of the Martin D. "Skip" Walker School of Engineering and Technology on October 6, 2015, the engineering, computer science, and information systems programs entered a new era of innovation. In his career spanning six decades, Mr. Walker epitomized Christian business leadership in guiding and growing a number of leading manufacturing and business enterprises. He and his family have supported countless industry, corporate and nonprofit organizations through volunteer service.

College of Distinction

Engineering the Future

Recognized by, the Martin D. Walker School of Engineering and Technology sets high standards for students and offers numerous engineering concentrations.