Foreign, Second and Multilingual Language Education
Students from around the world choose Ohio State’s Foreign, Second and Multilingual Language Education program to learn from leading scholars with extensive international experience. The high-quality mentoring and diverse learning opportunities you’ll receive will prepare you to become a leader in the fields of TESOL, foreign languages.
One of the most established programs in the United States producing many prominent scholars and leaders.
Diverse opportunities to learn the cognitive, sociocultural and critical perspectives of theory and practices.
Inclusive points of view exploring language teaching and learning issues and learners from around the world.
Program faculty have lived, studied and taught in various parts of the world.
Diversity of student and faculty backgrounds a program hallmark.
The college annually awards scholarships to its students to support their academic goals.
These financial awards are made by Ohio State to students based on academic merit through a university-wide competition.
Minimum Program hours
Deadline to apply:
- Practicing world language teachers in the United States and beyond with an initial teaching licensure from a state/other licensing entity
- Advanced-Low Oral Proficiency and Writing Proficiency as documented by an ACTFL OPI and WPT or acceptable equivalents
- A bachelor's degree from an accredited institution
- International applicants need 85 TOEFL score