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Saint Louis University - Madrid Campus is the Spanish branch of Saint Louis University. It is an American Jesuit university, established in 1818. The Madrid campus began as a study abroad program of Saint Louis University in the 1960s, and received official recognition as a university in Spain in 1996. The Madrid Campus offers the degree programs in Business Administration/International Business; Political Science/International Relations; Spanish Language and Literature; Communication; English (one semester in St. Louis, Missouri); and Economics. Furthermore, there are certificate programs provided in Ibero-American Studies and Business Administration as well as graduate degree programs: Master of Arts in Spanish and Master of Arts in English. Finally, the Madrid campus offers the opportunity for students to complete the first two years of over 85 more majors.

Study Program Details
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Accounting
As part of the Department of Business and Economics, Saint Louis University-Madrid offers an accounting major, this accounting major requires 21 credits of coursework as well as “ACCT 2200: Financial Accounting” and “ACCT 2220: Accounting for Decision Making.” Offered at the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, this accounting program provides students with a strong foundation in both professional and technical accounting. The program covers communication, problem-solving and analytical skills. Saint Louis University’s graduates have a long history of success on the CPA exam and can pursue many careers, including auditor, budget analyst, risk management consultant, financial planner or forensic accountant. In a recent survey of SLU accounting graduates, 100% of them stated they were in a graduate program or employment.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Aeronautics/Aviation Management Concentration
Saint Louis University’s Parks College, founded by Oliver Parks in 1927, is a popular venue where future leaders in the world of engineering, aviation and technology choose to pursue their degrees. Oliver Parks founded the university two months after Charles Lindbergh’s historic trans-Atlantic flight. The Aeronautics with a concentration in Aviation Management program is the first international program of its kind and requires 2 years of study in Madrid followed by 2 years in St. Louis. After 4 years, students will have specialized knowledge of the aviation industry and a strong foundation in business administration. SLU-Madrid and Parks College, St Louis undergraduate programs are accredited. Accreditation guarantees students and prospective employers that program has met stringent industry standards.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Aeronautics/Flight Science (Global Aviation option)
Saint Louis University and SLU-Madrid offer the global aviation option in aeronautics with a concentration in flight science. This original program is built to educate and instruct pilots to be qualified for minimum change between any certification standards in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. It is a new enterprise and it merges the best of U.S. and European instruction and a U.S. bachelor's degree. This program is the first of its kind offered at a Jesuit university. At Saint Louis University's Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology, students learn to fly in some of the most advanced light aircraft, such as, the Diamond DA-20, the Cirrus SR20 with Garmin Perspective and the Piper Seminole with the Garmin G5 electronic flight instruments. Students also further their training in a state-of-the-art Canadair Regional Jet-200 simulator.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Aerospace Engineering
Saint Louis University’s undergraduate engineering and aviation degrees can be started on SLU's Madrid Campus before being transferred to Parks College in St. Louis to be completed. By studying for the first couple of years in Madrid, students get the opportunity to learn Spanish as a second language. Prior to starting an engineering degree, students can complete SLU-Madrid's Science and Engineering Preparation Year. This is a program of courses including physics, mathematics, English as a second language (ESL) and computer science and gives the student a foundation to work from. The Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering program begins by providing a solid foundation in the engineering sciences, such as mechanics of solids, electronics, graphics, fluid and thermal sciences and vibrations and controls. Students then go on to specialise in areas like aerodynamics, propulsion, structural design and analysis or flight mechanics. Technical options for example, helicopter theory and performance, orbital mechanics, hypersonic and flight simulation will provide more in-depth study.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Anthropology
SLU-Madrid’s Psychology, Anthropology and Sociology offers majors and interdisciplinary programs such as international studies, psychology, sociology and women's and gender studies. Students wishing to major in psychology, sociology or anthropology can start their degree in Madrid and complete it in St. Louis. Anthropology is the study of humans, early hominids and primates, such as chimpanzees. Anthropologists study human language, culture, societies, biological and material remains and the biology and behaviour of primates. The anthropology program has a holistic approach, encompassing different areas of study through biological, cross-cultural, ethnographic and sociological sources.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Arabic
Madrid is geographically and in cultural terms close to the Arabic world. In fact, Spanish contains more than two thousand words that have Arabic origin and the cultural legacy of the Arabic world is very visible, especially in Andalusia. At Saint Louis University-Madrid, you can study Al-Fusha Arabic or Modern Standard Arabic. SLU have a Language Exchange Program and this helps pupils to improve a language they’re interested in studying while teaching their native language to others that they enjoy talking to. The outcome of an effective exchange is not only language but also friendship. The languages most commonly up for exchange at SLU-Madrid are Arabic, French, German, English, Spanish and Chinese.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Art (Studio Art)
SLU-Madrid's Department of Fine and Performing Arts offers: art history, dance, music, studio and theatre as program choices. Performances, exhibits and concerts bring artists, performers and audience members together. SLU-Madrid has courses in colour theory, drawing, design and sculpture, these give students a chance to explore natural creativity. To earn a minor in studio arts, students have to complete 21 credit hours of art and art history courses. You’ll also need to take one course in art history and two studio art courses. A minor in studio art gives students the grounding and qualifications needed to work as consultants, professional artists, designers or art educators. To apply to study this minor, you must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 and also complete a declaration of major/minor form, available in the Madrid Office of the Registrar.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Art History
Examining the significance of art across cultures and throughout history is the basis of art history at SLU-Madrid, you’ll explore the social, historical and cultural contexts of art. At SLU-Madrid, whether you major or minor in art history, you can complete all of your courses on the Madrid campus or choose to study for a semester in St. Louis. You will have the opportunity to apply for internships at cultural and art centres in Madrid, including Sotheby's and Christie’s auction houses. The Bachelor of Arts in Art History entails a total of 120 credit hours, 36 of the credit hours must be within the art history major and 18 must be at the 3000/4000-level. Students may not transfer more than 12 credits to fulfil individual courses or elective courses that work towards the achievement of the 36 credits required for the major in art history.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Athletic Training
Programs in health sciences at SLU-Madrid are recognized across the United States and around the world for their quality. SLU-Madrid provides students with opportunities to gain knowledge in the area of global health care. Athletic trainers are health care professionals who work with physicians to improve activity of clients, athletes and patients. The program covers management of athletic injury, injury prevention, injury assessment, rehabilitation, administrative duties and professional development. The Athletic Training program provides the opportunity to earn both a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and a Master of Athletic Training degree, this is achieved through two years of study at SLU-Madrid and followed by three years of study at the St. Louis campus.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Biology
SLU-Madrid’s Department of Natural Sciences is dedicated to nurturing scientific literacy and training students in scientific learning and research techniques. Graduates leave with a robust natural-science education, mathematical skills, and the ability to work independently. From ecology to molecular biology, the science of biology studies them all. ... Biologists study the structure, function, growth, origin, evolution and distribution of living organisms. SLU-Madrid and the Department of Biology at SLU in St. Louis offers a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science and five specialized B.S. concentrations, allowing a biology major to focus their degree program on a specific area of study. If you begin the biology program in Madrid, you will be required to transfer to St. Louis to complete it. Whilst studying at the St. Louis campus, students have the opportunity to complete internships with local companies like the Missouri Botanical Garden, the St. Louis Zoo, Sigma Aldrich and Monsanto.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Biomedical Engineering
Parks College is one of the leading colleges of aviation, science and engineering. Parks nurtures brilliance through a focus on value-centred ethical practice and research. The university’s mission is to foster leaders and thinkers in aviation, science and engineering by teaching skills, ideals and knowledge in the hunt for truth. The biomedical engineering program requires 2 years of study in Madrid and then 2 years in St. Louis. The curriculum offers considerable flexibility, which allows time for elective courses. The program is designed for students whose plans include graduate school, industry or professional schools. The courses and laboratory experiences in Madrid and at Parks College in St. Louis provide wide fundamental preparation.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Business Administration
Saint Louis University-Madrid’s Department of Business and Economics is AACSB International accredited (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Degree Programs include Accounting, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, IT Management, International Business, Leadership and Human Resources Management, Marketing and Sports Business. All undergraduate business majors have to fulfill 45 hours in business regardless of what their chosen concentration is. Career opportunities include careers with international banks, multinational organisations or with other global corporations. Many of which are in financial centres around the world, including Dubai, New York and London. Students are encouraged to study a semester or year abroad. Popular study abroad destinations include Japan, Korea and Brazil.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Chemical Engineering
Saint Louis University’s undergraduate engineering and aviation degrees can be started on SLU's Madrid Campus before being transferred to Parks College in St. Louis to be completed. By studying for the first couple of years in Madrid, students get the opportunity to learn Spanish as a second language. Prior to starting an engineering degree, students can complete SLU-Madrid's Science and Engineering Preparation Year. This is a program of courses including physics, mathematics, English as a second language (ESL) and computer science and gives the student a foundation to work from. Chemical engineering is a dual-degree program, it is completed over five years: two years in Madrid, one year at SLU in St. Louis and two years at Washington University in St. Louis. Coursework is required in chemistry, mathematics, physics, computer science and the arts. Graduates receive a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from SLU and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Washington University, St. Louis.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Chemistry
At Saint Louis University, you can get either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry. Career choices for graduates include Education, Chemical research and development, Pharmaceutical research and drug development, Environmental research, Materials science research, Management and administration in the chemical industry and Chemical and pharmaceutical sales. Other graduates go to law school and work in patent law or environmental law. The public health sector also provides career opportunities. Both the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science tracks offered at SLU's Chemistry Department include coursework in general chemistry, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, organic chemistry and inorganic chemistry. If a student is in SLU’s pre-professional health studies program, pre-law program or they are interested in a double major, the chemistry Bachelor of Arts might be perfect.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Chinese
SLU-Madrid is culturally diverse with students from more than 65 countries, this permits students to use their language skills in authentic situations. Bilingual or multilingual people have more mental flexibility, a longer attention span, more creativity and a greater ability to concentrate. More than that, knowing another language improves your skills profile when applying for jobs or to graduate school. Madrid is in central Spain and this means it is relatively easy and inexpensive to get to many countries and practice your language skills. Graduates with a language minor are able to communicate at an upper-intermediate or advanced level in one language and an elementary level in a second.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Civil Engineering
Civil engineering students complete their first two years of study in Madrid and then transfer to St. Louis for a further two years. Saint Louis University's undergraduate major in civil engineering program primes students to practice their skills in the real world by employing project-based, hands-on training systems. As well as this major there’s also an enhanced Bachelor of Science to Master of Science option. The civil engineering program provides a solid base of coursework in engineering sciences, including graphics, fluid sciences, mechanics of solids, vibrations and electronics. Students can then choose to specialise in areas such as smart transportation, smart structures, structural design and analysis and green engineering.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Classic Humanities
SLU-Madrid’s Department of Humanities offers classes that make you think about some of the most important questions that humans ask, which will prepare you for your future. Classic authors formed their ideas and theories in classical Greek or Latin and are considered the pioneers of Western culture in many areas: theatre, art, literature, philosophy, natural sciences, mathematics and astronomy. Learning Latin is vital for really understanding the Romance languages, it also contributes to a better comprehension of English. SLU-Madrid’s goal is to strengthen students' critical thinking and analytical skills to prepare them to comprehend themselves, others and their place in the world.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Communication
Communication deals with processes of human communication. The discipline encompasses a range of topics, from face-to-face conversation to mass media outlets such as television broadcasting. SLU-Madrid students regularly practice and refine their writing, multimedia productions and new media skills. SLU-Madrid students are not just bound to the classroom; they frequently receive credit for off-campus internships. Graduates go into careers in media, publicity or journalism, they also go into other demanding fields such as law and teaching. Students can major in Communication or take it as a minor. The undergraduate major program provides students with a complete, international education. The major requires students to complete 40 hours of coursework with an international emphasis. They have the option to learn abroad at the St. Louis campus or at another university such as Kansai University in Tokyo.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Computer Engineering
As well as developing a solid foundation in the basic sciences and mathematics, Computer Engineering students are introduced to a broad spectrum of courses. The program includes courses in digital systems, microprocessors, operating systems, computer architecture and electronics, followed by in-depth courses in special areas like advanced digital design, integrated circuit design, digital signal processing and computer networks. Students complete the first three years of the program at SLU-Madrid and then transfer to Parks College in St. Louis for the last year of study. Students also have the chance to work with faculty on research, boosting their undergraduate experience and priming them to work in the computer engineering industry. There is also an enhanced Bachelor of Science to Master of Science option available.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Computer Information Systems
Saint Louis University’s Department of Mathematics and Computer Science in Madrid offers two degrees. Students can also complete minors in mathematics and computer science, these can be completed in Madrid. Students can complete a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts in computer science solely at the Madrid Campus; they may also transfer freely between the Madrid and St. Louis campuses. The Bachelor of Science degree focuses largely on analytical skills, has more technical depth and a detailed understanding of the computer science. Graduates often go directly into the industry after graduation. The Bachelor of Science program is modelled after course requirements for ABET-CAC accreditation in computer science.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Computer Science
Graduates with a degree in computer science are highly sort in the international job market. SLU students master a selection of skills, such as software analysis, design and build, computer hardware and architecture, database design and applications and networking technologies. The Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science requires 107 credit hours of coursework and the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science requires 113 credit hours of coursework. Students often combine the Bachelor of Arts degree with another major or minor, providing students with a good understanding of the application and impact of computer sciences on society. The Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science major requires 107 credit hours of coursework.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Dance
Students learn and perform the rich fields of Latin and Spanish dance at SLU-Madrid. Collectively, dances that come from the Caribbean are known as Latin dance. Examples are: Salsa cubana, salsa en línea, cha cha chá, cumbia, bachata, merengue and bolero. SLU-Madrid also offers the dance that is more generally thought of as a ballroom dance, Argentine tango. Flamenco is an illustration of Spanish popular culture that is centuries old, it was derived from blending Andalusian folk dancing and choreographic features from the Roma community that had settled in Southern Spain. It is distinguished by the rhythmic movements of the dancer together with the music. Flamenco is an old expression of Spanish popular culture, like other cultural expressions, it’s been changed and revitalized by the influences coming from pop and jazz music.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Economics (B.A. and B.S.)
Saint Louis University-Madrid offers a varied selection of business programs that give students a comprehensive foundation in business fundamentals. The Bachelor of Science in Economics includes a program of business subjects such as finance, marketing, accounting, management and international business and SLU-Madrid’s Bachelor of Science in Economics degree requires students to complete 120 hours of coursework. The Bachelor of Arts in Economics provides meticulous and analytical training in economics and again requires students to complete 120 hours of coursework. Economics programs at SLU prepare students for careers with financial institutions, government agencies and multi-national corporations. SLU graduates have gone on to have careers in financial centres around the world, including London, Dubai, New York City and Madrid.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Education
At the School of Education, Saint Louis University believes a student’s education is more just facts, but it’s about caring for the whole person – emotionally, intellectually and spiritually. Saint Louis University’s School of Education is accredited by three agencies: North Central Association of Colleges and Universities, National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education and Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. If you choose to major in education at SLU, you'll choose your concentration from: Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Special Education, Elementary Education, Elementary Education with Special Education, Middle School Education and Secondary Education. Coursework covers speech and language development, instruction methods for remedial math, and language instruction in mainstreamed classrooms, and counselling and medical implications in special education. You’ll also have an opportunity to student teach in an inclusive classroom.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Electrical Engineering
SLU students can pursue a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering in Madrid and at Parks College in St. Louis. As well as a solid foundation in science and mathematics, Electrical Engineering majors will be introduced to a wide range of courses covering all major areas of the discipline. The program includes courses in digital systems, communication systems, control systems, microprocessors, electronics and circuits. Students will complete 2 years in Madrid and 2 years in St. Louis. SLU-Madrid offers the Parks College Ignatian Global Network in Technology and Engineering (IGNITE) program. Top-achieving first-year engineering scholars start their degrees on the Madrid Campus, earning exactly the same credits as Parks College first-year students at the St. Louis campus.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Engineering Physics
SLU-Madrid’s Department of Natural Sciences is dedicated to nurturing scientific literacy and training students in scientific learning and research techniques. Graduates leave with a robust natural-science education, mathematical skills, and the ability to work independently. Students majoring in the Bachelor of Science program need to achieve 14 more credits of science and math, resulting in a stronger understanding of the sciences required. Environmental science students can choose from four areas: atmospheric science, biology, chemistry or geoscience. You will also have the choice of partaking in a capstone project, this project provides you with a real-world viewpoint on concepts you learn in the classroom. SLU's minor in environmental science needs a minimum 21 credit hours.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
English
An English degree complements studies in most subjects including: business, engineering, political science and psychology. Together with courses in literature, students take courses in many genres of creative and professional writing. Students can complete a minor, graduate or undergraduate degree in English at SLU-Madrid or move freely between Madrid and St. Louis. At SLU, students’ complete coursework in all areas of English including British and American literatures, fantasy, film, gender and race, language study, postcolonial literature, literary theory, professional and creative writing. A major in English consists of 120 credit hours of coursework, including core literature requirements.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
English as a second language
SLU-Madrid's Academic English Program is the most rigorous and comprehensive academic English and TOEFL preparation course in Madrid. This program gets students ready for universities around the world where the language of tuition is English. SLU offers 19 hrs of classes per week for 12 weeks. Also, credits may be eligible to count towards an American Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts. Scholars must meet the SLU’s undergraduate admissions conditions to be entitled to apply for the program. Application is directly through SLU-Madrid's admissions office. If students are eligible for the program, they will be asked to attend campus to write an academic essay. If they are not able to visit SLU-Madrid, they may send an essay to the Academic English Program Director.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Entrepreneurship
Saint Louis University-Madrid's undergraduate major in entrepreneurship brings together the classroom and the real world. Students have access to world-class resources hosted at the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, including Chaifetz Centre for Entrepreneurship and the Billiken Angels Network, which sometimes fund student start-ups. The SLU Entrepreneurs' Club is an organization run by students that connects them to entrepreneurship opportunities outside their classrooms. The entrepreneurship major requires you take 18 credits on top of MGT 2000: Legal Environment of Business, MGT 3000: Management Theory and Practice and MGT 4000: Strategic Management and Policy, all of which are part of the core curriculum at Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Environmental Science
Students majoring in the Bachelor of Science program need to achieve 14 more credits of science and math, resulting in a stronger understanding of the sciences required. Environmental science students can choose from four areas: atmospheric science, biology, chemistry or geoscience. You will also have the choice of partaking in a capstone project, this project provides you with a real-world viewpoint on concepts you learn in the classroom. SLU's minor in environmental science needs a minimum 21 credit hours. SLU offers both a B.A. and a B.S. in Environmental Science. Students looking towards graduate school or working as environmental scientists are encouraged to complete the Bachelor of Science degree, which requires an extra 14 credits of math and science coursework. The Bachelor of Arts degree is more suited to students interested in a professional degree such as a J.D. or M.B.A.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Finance
When you choose finance as your major at SLU, you will look at the way businesses raise and invest capital as well as the way individuals apportion savings. You will cover investment substitutes and how the markets work to connect the demand for capital by firms and the stream of capital by investors. You will choose from options including real estate, commercial real estate, insurance, applied portfolio management and financial planning. Saint Louis University-Madrid's Department of Finance is a CFA University Affiliated Program. The initiative is an affiliation between the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) Institute and exclusive colleges and universities around the world.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
French
French studies at SLU-Madrid offers thrilling opportunities to learn another Romance language as well as Spanish. Students will be able to communicate with French speakers on campus and visit nearby France where they will be able to put what they've learnt into practice. SLU-Madrid offers: FREN 1010: Elementary French I, FREN 1150: Elementary French II and FREN 2100: Intermediate French I. When applying for jobs, having a legitimate certificate to verify the level of your language skills is important more than ever because university courses (even majors) are not always accepted as valid proof of language level. We urge students of French to take the DELF, the official language exam to certify the skills they achieve.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
German
Madrid is in central Spain and this means it is relatively easy and inexpensive to get to many countries and practice your language skills. Graduates with a language minor are able to communicate at an upper-intermediate or advanced level in one language and an elementary level in a second. Students gain knowledge of the diverse aspects of human communication, together with the connection between language, culture, behaviour and mind. The modern languages and intercultural communication minor is an eye-catching option for pupils who want to study abroad or have a career in the international market after graduation. German: Goethe-Zertifikat is one of the accepted official language examination certificates.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Greek (Ancient)
Traditional authors established their ideas and hypotheses in classical Greek or Latin and are thought of as the forerunners of Western culture in many areas: philosophy, natural sciences, theatre, art, literature, mathematics and astronomy. The Gospels were written in Greek and then translated into Latin. Western philosophy is founded on the workings of philosophers like Plato and Aristotle. Unless you know the Greek and Roman myths it is almost impossible to comprehend much of Western art. Studying Greek is critical for a deeper understanding of all Romance languages, it also contributes to a better grasp of English.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Health Care Ethics
Saint Louis University is devoted to providing academic programs and supplementary activities that will aide future health care professionals to enter their careerpaths with a global perspective. SLU’s Albert Gnaegi Centre for Health Care Ethics is dedicated to quality teaching, service and research in bioethics. In Madrid, the Centre for Health Care Ethics offers a three-week intensive summer course. Open to all major students, the three-credit hour course "Bioethics and Human Nature Through Film" utilises popular films to examine the social and cultural undercurrents that influence issues in bioethics in Spain and the United States.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Health Sciences
Students drawn to clinically related health fields such as physical therapy, medicine, nursing or occupational therapy have a pathway through Saint Louis University's undergraduate degree in health sciences. Because of its location, SLU-Madrid affords health science students with the chance to gain understanding in the area of global health care. Choosing to major in health sciences at SLU, will ensure you gain a comprehension of the health care system and its intricacies. You will learn about consumer health care issues, electronic health systems and legal aspects of health care. The program allows students to choose from many tracks including pre-occupational therapy, pre-medicine, pre-nursing and pre-physician assistant options.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
History
To gain a Bachelor of Arts in History, you will study at Saint Louis University Madrid and St. Louis. In the world, few places offer the number of Spanish history courses in English as SLU-Madrid. SLU faculty have expert knowledge in medieval, early modern and modern European history, with particular interests in the interaction of Spain’s Christian, Muslim and Jewish cultures, the Spanish Civil War, Colonial Latin America and the Classical Hellenistic World. SLU’s history major requires you complete 120 credit hours, including 36 hours of history coursework. Students are also required to take three introductory history courses and 27 credit hours of upper-division courses.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Honours Program
As part of SLU’s Honours Program students, that are eligible, are able to develop an individual course of study that supplements their undergraduate major, earning an honours degree in that discipline. Undergraduates from any of the schools and colleges at Saint Louis University are eligible for the Honours Program. Complete the program and students earn an Honours BA or Honours BS degree in their discipline, a higher distinction than the traditional grade point average awards: summa cum laude, magna cum laude and cum laude. Students are invited to apply to the Honours Program before their first term and it is based on test score results. Existing students may also apply if they have fulfilled less than 45 credit hours and have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Ibero-American Studies
The Ibero-American studies minor is offered at Saint Louis University's campus in Madrid and is created for students who want to enrich their undergraduate degree with a multi-disciplinary instruction of the Spanish and Portuguese speaking world. A total of six classes in economics, sociology, history, political science, Spanish and Latin American literature, and Portuguese are required for the Ibero-American Studies Program. Students complete two semesters at SLU's campus in Madrid, at least one of the history, social science and humanities classes must be taught in Spanish. Students must take between six and nine credit hours of history, six and nine credit hours of humanities and social sciences, and three and six credit hours of language and literature of approved options at SLU Madrid.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Information Technology Management
Saint Louis University’s Information Technology Management major examines the function of web-based and object-oriented information technologies and progresses the logical thinking and problem-solving skills needed to prosper in a constant changing IT landscape. IT management courses at SLU require teamwork, wide-ranging practical projects and use of highly developed computer technology. Offered at the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, students study database management, data networking, computer security, systems analysis, system design, graphical user interface and website design. SLU’s ITM major requires 18 credits of coursework as well as “ITM 2000: Information Technology with Supply Chains.” There are nine credits of coursework needed and another nine credits of electives. SLU’s information technology management minor needs 12 credits of upper-level classes as well as “ITM 2000: Information Technology with Supply Chains.”
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
International Business
Exploring cultural differences in business practices around the world is a core component of SLU-Madrid’s international business program. Students cover modules on importing, exporting, foreign direct investment, international services and foreign licensing. At Saint Louis University, a student of international business will learn about the application of international business practices in the current marketplace and its effect. The international business academic program is completely integrated into the St. Louis campus and students will learn how variances in work attitudes, economics, politics, language, social interaction and social structures impact global commerce. Students pursuing an international business degree need to select 15 credit hours, from at least three of the fifteen different areas on offer.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
International Relations
SLU-Madrid’s Department of Political Science strives to form leaders who understand the world today. Saint Louis University offers a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a concentration in international relations that can be completed in Spain. Students can begin their studies in other political science disciplines, such as American politics, comparative politics or political thought, and complete their degree at the St. Louis campus. A minor in political science is also offered, which complements nearly all of the majors on offer in Madrid. At SLU-Madrid, political science students are exposed to a broad spectrum of issues in the increasingly complex and interrelated world, as well as national and international security challenges such as threats posed by nuclear weapons, terrorism, poverty, climate change and pollution.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
International Studies
Saint Louis University-Madrid’s political science program promotes a theoretical and pragmatic understanding of multifaceted international processes that are increasingly important to all nations. Students can begin their instruction in other political science fields, such as American politics, comparative politics or political thought and complete their Bachelor of Arts degree in the St. Louis. A minor in political science is also available, it complements nearly all of the majors available in Madrid. With a tailored area of concentration in international studies, students will learn your distinctive place as a citizen of the world. In order to give students real-world skills in a chosen area, the curriculum includes an internship and residency abroad.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Latin
A massive percentage of English words have their origins in Latin. Learning Latin is vital for a deeper understanding of all Romance languages, and even provides a better comprehension of English. Studying Latin is essential for understanding the Romance languages, it contributes to a clearer comprehension of English. SLU’s goal is to bolster students' critical thinking and analytical skills to prime them to understand themselves, others and their place in the world. Classical Language courses taught at SLU Madrid are: GK 1010: Reading Greek I, GK 1020: Reading Greek II, LATN 1010: Reading Latin I and LATN 1020: Reading Latin II.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Leadership and Human Resource Management
Leadership and human resource management concentrates on the organizational and human facets of the workplace. As well as human resources and organizational behaviour courses, students select from other courses offered via the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, including organizational failure, change and transformation and fundamentals of leadership. At SLU a major in leadership and human resource management will take 18 required credit hours. Students must take: MGT 3100: Organization Behaviour, MGT 3300: Management of Human Resources Concentration and MGT 4101: Fundamentals of Leadership. Students will then select two major elective courses from a set list as well as one breadth elective course from a different list. Possible career paths that use leadership and human resource management skills include leadership development, business process re-engineering consulting, strategic consulting, project management, and human resources management.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Marketing
Saint Louis University's B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in marketing gives you with the abilities needed to successfully endorse products and services. SLU’s marketing program includes classes that are required in decision models, marketing research and policy. The program subject matter also includes sports marketing, personal selling, brand management, integrated marketing communications and buyer behaviour. To fulfil SLU's requirements for the B.S. degree, students will take 18 credit hours of coursework in addition to “MKT 3000: Introduction to Marketing Management” to complete the marketing major. Possible career paths for people with an undergraduate degree in marketing include advertising, market research, product management, public relations and sales.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Mathematics
Students minoring in mathematics in Madrid have three options: the traditional mathematics minor, the engineering mathematics minor and the actuarial mathematics minor. These are designed for scholars who wish to enhance their major field of study with mathematics and can all be done at SLU-Madrid. Students majoring in engineering can obtain the engineering mathematics minor by adding just a few courses. Mathematics gives students the analytical skills and reasoning to prosper in many fields, including finance, economics, medicine, accounting and engineering.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Mechanical Engineering
Students can complete the first two years of the B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at SLU-Madrid before relocating to the St. Louis campus for the last two years of study. The program coursework includes engineering mechanics, mechanics of fluids and solids, engineering graphics, vibrations, controls, mechatronics and design. During the second year, students will study Introduction to Design and Manufacturing, which concentrations on the importance of design decisions on products, machines and society. Saint Louis University's mechanical engineering program begins with a solid footing in the essential engineering sciences and progresses towards mechanical engineering courses. Students will also have the opportunity to take technical electives in the more extensive areas of design, thermal and fluids, and structures.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Middle East Studies
SLU-Madrid’s minor in Middle East studies tackles many historical and modern issues related to the Middle East. Through the Middle East studies program students gain a more profound understanding of this key area of the world, enhancing other areas of study like history, political science or business. SLU’s Middle East studies minor requires at least 16 credit hours, including two semesters of university-level Arabic however, this does not apply to native speakers of Arabic or other Middle Eastern language, such Farsi, Kurdish, Turkish or Hebrew. In these cases, students take an extra three credit hour elective from the list of approved courses. The remaining credit hours will be made up of options that permit you to adapt the minor to your own interests and boost the other international programs offered at SLU.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Modern Languages and Intercultural Communication
Saint Louis University’s modern languages and intercultural communication minor concentrates on foreign languages in the situation of communication among people from diverse cultures. After completing this minor, graduates can communicate at a higher or upper-intermediate level in one language and at a fundamental level in a second. The required coursework includes CMM 3300: Intercultural Communication, six credits in foreign language at a 2000-level or above, six credits in foreign language at a 1000-level or above and one of the following courses: PSY 4270: Cross-Cultural Psychology, ENGL 4110: Introduction to Linguistics and SPAN 4110: Language and Linguistics. Once students have completed the course prerequisites for the minor, they will be allowed a maximum of two semesters to complete the capstone project or to achieve two language certificates. These certificates are beneficial when applying for jobs as they are recognised internationally.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
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