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Foreign, Second and Multilingual Language Education

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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.

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Degree Requirements

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Minimum Program hours


Deadline to apply:

December 1


  • 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
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Program Start

Autumn semester

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