If you are a K-12 teacher looking to teach Chinese, visit our K-12 Program.
The K-12 Program partners with elementary and secondary schools throughout Ohio and the Midwest to establish effective Chinese language programs. We provide assistance with curriculum development, teacher training, and technology support.
If you are a high school student who wants to study Chinese in college OR a college student who has completed at least one year of Chinese, visit our Undergraduate Program.
The Undergraduate Program trains beginning and intermediate students to achieve an advanced level of linguistic and cultural expertise in as little as four years. It is possible to earn a combined Bachelor's and Master's degree with only one additional year of coursework.
If you are a college student who has completed at least four levels of Chinese study OR a college graduate who has completed at least three years of college-level Chinese study, take a look at our Graduate Program.
Designed for students with advanced language proficiency, the Graduate Program leads to a Master of Arts in East Asian Languages and Literatures with a concentration in Advanced Chinese Language and Culture.
College graduates with less than three levels of previous Chinese study should contact the OSU Office of Continuing Education to learn about how to enroll in five levels of OSU Chinese before applying to the OSU Chinese Flagship Graduate Program.
If you are a college student seeking intensive summer Chinese language study and have taken more than one year of college Chinese, learn about our programs in China.
The Flagship China Center, located in Suzhou, China, offers Summer Semester immersion programs for undergraduate and graduate students, and operates the Flagship Internship Program. Multiple levels of study are available from high beginner through advanced.
If you are a college student seeking intensive summer Chinese language study, but have taken less than one year of college Chinese, you may want to check out SPEAC, an in depth summer program aimed at supplementing regular academic year Chinese. SPEAC or Summer Programs East Asian Concentration, are offered by the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures (DEALL), in collaboration with the OSU National East Asian Language Resource Center (NEALRC) and OSU East Asian Studies Center (EASC).
College graduates with less than three levels of previous Chinese study need to contact the OSU Office of Continuing Education to learn about how to enroll in five levels of OSU Chinese before applying to the OSU Chinese Flagship.