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Suffolk University is a private university, located in Boston, Massachusetts, which was established as a law school in 1906. It operates three international campuses, one of which is the one in Madrid, Spain. The Madrid Campus was founded on a liberal arts philosophy and management approach to education. The courses offered cover the areas of art history, business, communication, computer science, English, government, history, science, sociology, Spanish and general education requirements. The curriculum offered there fulfills the requirements for the first two years of degree work in almost any of the majors in Suffolk’s College of Arts and Science and the Sawyer Business School. For this reason, freshman students can complete up to two years of study in Madrid before moving to the Suffolk University main campus in Boston, or transferring to another American university to complete their degree. Suffolk University Madrid Campus is fully accredited as a branch campus of Suffolk University in Boston MA by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.

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Accounting
Accounting affects investment decisions; the tracking of profitability and it can assess the overall financial standing of a company. Suffolk University’s accounting department gets students ready for a professional career in accounting and financial management in business, government agencies and non-profit organizations. The program teaches tax compliance, auditing, financial planning and financial analysis and it is taught by some of the top researchers in their field. Many faculty members are active practitioners who have strong connections to the corporate world. Accounting majors are appointed a staff advisor from the Accounting Department to help them to plan their program of studies and instruct them on academic and career topics.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Accounting Minor
With an accounting minor, students will learn simple financial accounting concepts, scrutinise balance sheet and income statements and uncover how managerial decisions can be made using accounting. Students need to understand the basics of accounting to succeed in business. The reason for this is because accounting is the language of business. Accounting is how people interpret and convey information about a business. Studying the accounting minor at Suffolk as a Business student will require students to take 3 courses (9 credit hours) and as a College of Arts and Sciences student, 6 courses (18 credit hours) will be needed.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Advertising
Suffolk University’s advertising program is perfectly suited to students who love to write, spend time online, and create? At Suffolk, students can major in advertising and learn how to make their message heard. This program will set students up for a career in advertising, public service or non-profit marketing. At Suffolk, advertising majors will learn the skills necessary to succeed in the quick-paced cut-throat world of advertising. From social media and copywriting to inclusive marketing strategies. This program’s varied content means that students could be creating ads, writing blogs or creating and managing website content on any given day. Suffolk majors also have the opportunity to focus their studies in digital media, taking courses that teach them to develop content for different multimedia platforms.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
American Studies Minor
Suffolk University’s American Studies minor encourages students to examine U.S. culture, both past and present. This program draws on insights and techniques from the history, literature, arts and the social sciences. Faculty from each discipline will support students as they explore historical and contemporary U.S. cultures, societies and identities. Students take a preparatory course, Defining America and Americans, after they complete this, they then choose a focus area. Eras, themes, regions, problems in American culture and populations are all focus areas students can choose from. Each student will have a minor advisor who will help them choose a focus area that suits their unique interests.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Art History
Art history is an analysis of how pictures and monuments communicate and how they perform in society: to educate us, emote us and excite us and also, on occasion, deceive us and change our opinions contrary to our better judgment. At Suffolk University, art history majors develop a strong artistic sense as well as outstanding research, diagnostic and communication skills. Some art history majors continue their education at graduate school in museum studies, architecture or law. Others take up gallery and arts management roles, teaching roles or non-profit work. A graduate conveys an important combination of artistic appreciation and historical knowledge. Suffolk encourages students to travel during their junior year to explore the artistic traditions of cities abroad. Suffolk maintains mutual relationships with other universities around the world. Faculty will work closely with students to plan the ideal program.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Arts Administration Minor
Arts administrators have to have strong managerial abilities and good marketing knowledge. Arts administrators supervise day-to-day business at museums, theatre and dance companies, galleries non-profits organisations and government agencies. They run galleries, produce plays and get people to attend concerts. Suffolk’s multi-disciplinary Arts Administration minor will give students a range of skills that are required to work behind the scenes. Students will study the financial and legal requirements of arts organisations, planning for marketing and funding and community outreach. Arts Administration embraces courses from the College of Arts & Sciences and the Sawyer Business School, from business law and small business management to marketing and social media.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Asian Studies
Discover how China became a financial powerhouse, how Japan rose to industrial prominence or what caused North Korea to become a nuclear threat. Asian countries hold extraordinary political, economic, technological and military influence. Suffolk’s Asian studies program looks at the region’s complex history and future. Students majoring in Asian Studies will be ready for a career in law, government, economics or global relations. Suffolk University’s Asian studies major weaves coursework that studies every aspect of the Asian experience. Students will become experts in the evolution of Asia from ancient times to the current day, communicated through literature, philosophy, economics, history, politics and religion. Majors will also master at least one Asian language.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Asian Studies Minor
Suffolk’s Asian studies program includes content that studies every facet of the Asian experience. Students cover the evolution of Asia from antiquity to the present day. Studies are taught through literature, philosophy, economics, history, politics and religion. The Asian experience surpasses classroom work: Suffolk is home to the first-class Barbara and Richard M. Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies. This institute attracts illustrious intellectuals from around the world, they participate in lectures, film screenings and discussions. The institute plays an active role in students’ studies. The Asian Studies minor requires at least five courses from a minimum of two departments, of which up to two may be Asian Language courses. For this minor, even if students are proficient in an Asian language, a reduction in the total number of courses is not allowed.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Big Data & Business Analytics
Suffolk University’s Big Data & Business Analytics major combines modules in statistics, information technology and business. The program is designed to help students build robust business decision-making skills. On the program will learn how to use data to improve effectiveness, solve problems, recognise new opportunities and plan for the future. Graduates will be able to convert large amounts of data into useful information that can assist organizations make good decisions and solve problems. The Big Data and Business Analytics major complements business areas such as finance, information systems, accounting, management, and marketing and it will prepare students for a variety of graduate programs. This program provides a chance to be paired with an company or individual to acquire practical experience.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Big Data and Business Analytics Minor
More than ever before, companies are now using progressive technologies to manage and maintain their operations. This huge increase in information and data has created a big need for accomplished analytics specialists across all industries. Employers are seeking people who can collect, examine, interpret, distribute and apply data in a significant way. These skillsets help companies cut costs, improve decision making and identify new business openings. The big data and business analytics minor supplements all majors across the Sawyer Business School and College of Arts & Sciences. It includes three required courses, these courses merge data management with projecting analytics, data mining methods and visualization.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Biochemistry
Biochemistry is a conduit between biology and chemistry. Biochemistry is a “hybrid” major and it focuses on the make-up of living things. Students will examine subjects like: how diseases develop, how humans obtain nutrients from food and why plants do well in particular environments. Suffolk University’s Biochemistry major offer an intense, laboratory-based program paired with unparalleled chances for impartial research in one of the most scientifically progressive cities in the world. Faculty will offer vital advice if students apply for National Science Foundation Fellowships, which will allow them to take part in funded summer research projects. Suffolk biochemistry graduates go on to work in laboratories and hospitals around the world and others pursue medicine and forensics graduate degrees.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Biology
Suffolk University’s biology program is extremely collaborative and career-focused: Major students have the opportunity of joining The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB). They also get the chance to join the Health Careers Club, which offers professor-guided research opportunities and gives hands-on experience in the laboratory and in the field. Undergraduate degrees in Radiation Science and Radiation Therapy are offered by the Biology department. Suffolk University’s biology department has two fully accredited post-baccalaureate certificate programs: Medical Dosimetry and Radiation Therapy. As a Suffolk University student reading radiation science, medical dosimetry or therapy. Students will delve into a multi-faceted program that incorporates biology, physics, chemistry, radiation and mathematics. Suffolk’s programs prepare students for significant careers in the field of health sciences and cancer treatment. Concentrations include: Biotechnology, Health Careers and Marine Science.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Black Studies Minor
Founded in the autumn of 1994, Suffolk University’s Black Studies minor program offers a multi-disciplinary course that embraces the social sciences, history and the humanities. Students will investigate Black history and culture, throughout African Dispersion in all parts of the world. The area of Black Studies is an international one and students will be supported to take up study abroad opportunities. Students may fulfil some of the requirements for the Black Studies minor while studying abroad or through courses that have an international constituent.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Business Economics
With Suffolk University’s Business Economics major or minor, students acquire a diverse business schooling, whilst at the same time studying what makes the economy move. Economics has a very broad scope, it explains how people, businesses and governments apportion limited resources to meet goals. Understanding economics can help students progress solutions for many social issues, like poverty, racial inequality, unemployment, inflation and poor healthcare. Economics is a well-paid profession and with economic issues continuing to reverberate on an international scale, the need for experts in the field increases. Companies in all corners of business depend on economic forecasts to help figure out and adapt to a frequently changing marketplace. Suffolk alumni work in a broad spectrum of industries, including non-profit organisations, consulting firms, government departments and financial institutions.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Business Economics Minor
The Business Economics minor at Suffolk is a chance for students to gain a varied business education, while investigating what has an effect on the economy. Wide in scope, economics describes how people, businesses and governments deploy scarce resource. Comprehending economics can help students develop answers for many social issues, like unemployment, poverty, racial inequality, inflation and reduced healthcare access. A minor in Business Economics complements lots of business majors including Information Systems, Finance and Global Business. Throughout their courses, students will polish their quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and communication skills.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Business Law Minor
To be successful in today’s global economy it is essential to understand business law. Studying for a minor in Business Law will add value to any student’s future business career, no matter which area they work in. Suffolk’s Business Law courses provide a strong foundation in legal concepts, regulations in domestic and international settings and vocabulary and pertinent laws. With a business law minor, students learn about alternative types of businesses including trusts, corporations, subchapter corporations, partnerships and limited liability hybrids. Students will study global problems and find out how modern commercial law correlates to businesses. In addition to completing the Principles of Business Law course, Business Students will be required to select 3 other electives from a list of options. College of Arts & Sciences Students will do the same, however they also have to complete the Business Foundations course.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Chemistry
Chemists are architects. Chemists deal with the make-up of non-living things, from fabrics to oil and petrol to the stratosphere, basically, everything that we can see and touch. A chemist’s “building blocks” are molecules and particles. Suffolk University’s chemistry major program is a concentrated, lab-based syllabus, this is combined with unequalled opportunities for independent research in one of the world’s most technically advanced cities. Professors offer important advice if majors apply for National Science Foundation Fellowships. These fellowships allow majors to take part in funded research projects during the summer. Suffolk chemistry graduates continue on to work in hospitals and labs around the world, others take up graduate degrees in medicine and forensics.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Classics Minor
Classics minor students will focus on the initial texts and creative expressions of the Judeo-Christian and Greco-Roman traditions. Students will investigate the worlds of the ancient Romans and Greeks to uncover the traits that make their works relevant. Suffolk’s Classic minor contains courses from English to Art History to Philosophy. Students might even study an ancient language. The Classics minor is often pursued by students who major in English, History, World Languages or Philosophy as it complements their studies.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Communication
If students want to work in television or film production, magazine, online or TV journalism or for a global corporation, majoring in Communication and Journalism will give them the skills they need. As a Communication and Journalism major, students will work with Suffolk University’s experienced professors in small groups in the classroom, studio and field. Professors truly care about students’ personal improvement and career development. Faculty are keen to work with students to increase their portfolio and prepare them for the global job market or graduate school. The Communication and Journalism department offers students majors in: Journalism, Global & Cultural Communication and Media/Film.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Computer Science
Computer scientists benefit from some of the biggest salaries and top job opportunities in the world. Studying in a major high-tech centre gives Suffolk majors an extra edge. Many of Suffolk University graduates move on to jobs in engineering and software development. Corporations like Amazon, Google and Yahoo have offices close to Suffolk’s Boston campus in Kendall Square, Cambridge. Suffolk’s computer science major is extremely hands-on. From the beginning of the program, students will get significant experience with device-level programming and direct exposure to networks, computer structural design and programming for a complete understanding of software and hardware systems. Many Suffolk majors go on to professions beyond software development. Advertising, television and film production, engineering and video-game design are all alternative careers that need computational expertise. A lot of students combine the computer science major with courses in art, math, engineering and design.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Disability Services in Higher Education Graduate Certificate Program
The Graduate Certificate in Disability Services in Higher Education is an online program which can be taken in as little as a year. Suffolk University’s program is perfect for existing professionals who need a flexible timetable and professionals new to the discipline who cannot wait to begin. Suffolk’s graduate certificate will provide students with an inclusive and hands-on training program. Students will then apply their knowledge in the discipline during their workshop experience in a disability services office at a local college or university. Students can fulfil the Graduate Certificate in Disability Services within an academic year if they take two courses each semester. The 12 required credits permit this program to be both detailed and accelerated.
Level: Graduate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Economics
Economics students at Suffolk University will scrutinise slow fiscal growth and constant high unemployment levels in numerous advanced countries. Students will also study escalating salary inequality and health care costs. In addition, students will investigate immigration, unstable oil prices, government shortfalls and debt levels, climate change and currency catastrophes and their effect on the international economy. Suffolk University’s Economics Department offers an economics degree. The economics syllabus is designed to get students ready for careers that need strong communication, analytical, arithmetical and critical thinking skills. These include jobs in companies, government agencies, financial institutions and international corporations. The economics degree also gets students ready for graduate studies. Suffolk’s Sawyer Business School has a degree in Business Economics which combines the economics major with a core business program.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Education Studies Minor
The Education Studies minor is suited to students that are passionate about helping young people get ready for successful lives. It’s perfect for students that aspire to become teachers or want to work in one of the many other occupations within education. Students will begin with two core classes in education and educational psychology, they then tailor their electives around their career goals. Suffolk’s Education Studies minor takes a multi-disciplinary approach. Students can pick from education and sociology courses thus improving their knowledge of the role of education beyond the classroom. An Education Studies minor is a good accompaniment to a major in Sociology or Psychology. Students might even major in a field they want to teach, such as History, Math, English or Spanish.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
English
Suffolk University’s English program is aimed at students that love language and the written word. It is designed for people who would rather read a book than see the movie. As an English major, students will read and become familiar an assortment of texts and literary genres. They will analyse intricate material and think analytically. In addition, they will effectively present their ideas verbally and in creative writing. English majors at Suffolk who take a concentration in literature achieve a wide understanding of literary customs in English and develop an erudite approach to understanding important texts using a variety of contexts. If students take a concentration in creative writing, they will produce original work and receive precious feedback from their contemporaries in workshops. No matter which concentration a student takes, all English majors learn to value the written word as an art form and as a vital demonstration of culture.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Entrepreneurship
Suffolk University’s entrepreneurship major is for students who are creative, passionate and driven and want to have an impact on the business world. Joining the entrepreneurship program means students will be joining a community of successful visionaries who will help them bring their ideas to life. Students can follow two paths, corporate entrepreneurship or launching new ventures. The curriculum for corporate entrepreneurship takes students on a real journey through idea creation, viability, business planning and strategic consulting with small firms. The other option is the launch sequence, where students work with faculty staff to create a brand-new venture. The entrepreneurship program is very flexible and it allows students to move between both paths throughout their academic career. Concentrations include: Corporate Entrepreneurship, Design Entrepreneurship, Family Entrepreneurship, Launching a New Venture and Social Entrepreneurship.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Entrepreneurship Minor
A minor in entrepreneurship will coach students how to identify opportunities in business, control risk, settle conflict, create a business plan and work with teams. Pick from these options: Family Entrepreneurship, Launching the New Venture, Corporate Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship or Social Entrepreneurship. As an entrepreneurship minor, students will be joining a group of successful visionaries who will help them bring their ideas to life and grow into a future business leader. The Entrepreneurship minor consists of a minimum of nine semester hours. Students need to take three courses above the 300-level for the Entrepreneurship Minor.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Environmental Science
Suffolk University’s time-honoured Environmental Science major is now housed in the Centre for Urban Ecology and Sustainability (CUES). This program is designed to offer a more pioneering, multidisciplinary approach to exploring and understanding how urban societies work in the context of environmental sustainability. The Environmental Science major offers students a wide background in physical and biological sciences that they can use in speciality environmental science courses. Students then investigate the areas of policy, regulation and environmental ethics to discover how scientific conclusions are assimilated into society. Environmental Science students may design their major to emphasize biological related influences or chemistry impacts.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Environmental Studies
Suffolk University’s Environmental Studies program is an interdisciplinary program that takes influence from humanities, the sciences and social sciences. The interdisciplinary range of this major offers students a broad understanding of the intricacies of environmental and sustainability matters. Majors in the Environmental Studies program choose between two concentrations, Environmental Policy and Urban Environmentalism. A sequence of lectures and brown bag lunch forums are sponsored by The Centre for Urban Ecology and Sustainability (CUES), these are open to the Suffolk community and they focus on a wide range of subjects including sustainability, environmental health, environmentalism, oceanography, coastal issues, food systems, food insecurity, climate change and science communication.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Finance
Sawyer Business School’s Finance department offers a trailblazing syllabus that focuses on the ever-changing demands of the international financial world. Students are introduced to the newest educational technology, including StockTrak, Bloomberg, Compustat, CRSP and Morningstar. Sawyer Business School’s trading room gives a simulated environment where students can examine the up-to-date stock quotes and assess exchange rates; just like professional traders do. Professors at Suffolk University offer a first-hand international perspective because many have lived, worked and studied in countries all over the world including Uganda, Tunisia, China, and Iran. Other faculty members are leading researchers who have written in top academic publications, such as the Journal of Economics and Business and the Journal of Corporate Finance. Concentrations include: Corporate Finance, Financial Institutions, Financial Planning and Investment.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Finance Minor
With a finance minor, students will achieve a greater understanding of how people, companies, markets and countries produce and move wealth. Students will also learn how to administer assets and liability and use diagnostic techniques to make fiscal decisions. Select one of the following: Finance, Financial Institutions, Corporate Finance or Investments. Financial management is a vital ability in the world of business. Completing the Finance Minor as a College of Arts & Sciences student, four courses (12 credit hours) will be required. Business students are required to complete three courses (9 credit hours).
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Fine Arts
Suffolk University’s School of Art & Design has been devoted to delivering students with outstanding instruction, specialised courses and personalized attention for more than 90 years. Suffolk University offer undergraduate and graduate degrees, further education programs and high school courses. Disciplines include: Interior Design, Interior Architecture, Graphic Design and Fine Arts. The scholastic collaboration between The New England School of Art & Design and Suffolk University started in 1988 with a contract allowing students to sign up for Suffolk courses. In 1996, the two organisations combined and the School of Art & Design developed into a department within the College of Arts & Sciences. Today, students benefit from being part of a tight-knit society of artists and designers and from the wide range of resources Suffolk University has to offer.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Forensic Science Minor
Suffolk University’s minor in Forensic Science will explain to students the science required for crime fighting and teach them how to use the tools needed to get involved. This minor is perfectly suited for anyone fascinated by how law enforcement uses science to solve crimes and is a must for anyone that wants to work in a police lab someday. Students will begin with the course, an introduction to forensic science, then they will move on to courses covering forensic psychology, evidence, genetics and much more. The Forensic Science minor is a great associate course to a major in another science area. With this program, students could go on to work in a crime or testing laboratory or even continue onto graduate studies in forensic science.
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
French
At Suffolk University, students will study locally and think internationally. World Languages and Cultural Studies is a multidisciplinary department, the department has specialists in language, literature, art and cultural studies. Many students opt to study abroad to further widen their experience and gain a more in depth understanding of the world. Graduates with degrees in World Languages and Cultural Studies have numerous options. Some sign up to Law School or complete higher graduate studies. Some work for multi-national companies or non-governmental organisations, this includes work as interpreters, translators or in some other capacity and others serve in the diplomatic service or enter politics. Suffolk University’s elementary French courses develop writing, speaking, reading and listening skills, whilst their intermediate courses review grammar, practice speaking and continue to explore valid cultural and literary texts in a writing- intensive course.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Global Business
Suffolk University’s Sawyer Business School offers students the chance to earn a double-major in Global Business in just four years. Students can combine a Global Business major with a functional area, like business economics, big data and business analytics, accounting, entrepreneurship, marketing, management, information systems, finance or wealth management. Suffolk University also offers a minor in global business in the Sawyer Business School and College of Arts & Sciences. Whichever selection a student makes, they’ll learn a foreign language, travel the globe and explore internship opportunities. The BSBA in Global Business needs the completion of fifteen to eighteen credits of global business courses and eighteen to twenty-four credits of the functional major. Global Business majors are allocated a faculty advisor to help them plan their study program and counsel them on academic and career topics.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Government
Suffolk University’s Government major is designed for people who are passionate about politics. The department’s professors are experts in all facets of government, from global political campaigns to foreign policy, public policy to national policy and diplomacy. Faculty also use their knowledge and connections to guide and support students. Suffolk government majors are taught through practical experience, they get a broad range of experiential learning opportunities. Suffolk’s students work on internships, perform research, work on political polls that achieve national notice, perform as poll workers and work on campaigns. Concentrations in the government program include: American Politics, International Relations, Law & Public Policy and Political Theory.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Graphic Design
Graphic designers inspire the way people think by transforming information, ideas and emotions into visual signs. Graphic design is behind all product packaging, the websites people surf on, the signs that help someone navigate around and the book a reader just can’t stop reading. Suffolk University’s NASAD-accredited Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design gives students the scholarly and practical skills they will need to be successful. In classes and through internship openings, students will gain experience in the field before they have even graduated. Suffolk’s syllabus reflects fresh technologies and industry tendencies and blends them with formatting, artwork, photography and design history. Knowing how to use the latest software is important however, to design well students will need to learn skills in analysis, communication, drawing and conceptual design.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
History
History is a passageway to both knowledge and viewpoint. Without an understanding of the past, people are not able to profit from the experiences of their ancestors. History majors build skills in research, assembling evidence, making arguments, logical thinking and written and oral expression. Graduates that acquire these skills are well-placed for careers in a broad variety of fields, such as law, business, teaching, public service and the media. The History Department provides students with a wide variety of choices, including a minor and major in history and an honours major in history and literature. Suffolk University’s history department has strengths in the areas of European, African-American, American and Asian history, in addition to public history and the history of women and gender.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
History & Literature
Experience the affiliation between history and literature in an exclusive interdisciplinary major. Students will study both history and English, choosing to study one as a major and one as a minor. However, some students elect to double major in both disciplines. A student’s work will culminate in a thesis assignment, where they can explore a topic of personal or professional interest.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Information Systems
Information systems are a vital part of all businesses, big or small. The demand for professionals of information systems is increasing as companies use more advanced equipment to manage operations around the globe. The information systems major program will get students ready for a career in operations management, information systems, systems analysis and information technology. Students will learn to analyse, understand and react to the vibrant needs of handling data and operations in business. The courses incorporate dynamic learning experiences that improve diagnostic and decision-making skills, with team-building abilities that develop a student’s aptitude to integrate diverse perspectives and contributions.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Information Systems Minor
Suffolk University’s information systems minor accompanies all majors and will increase a student’s breaks in the job world. Students will learn how to analyse and maintain operational data for all kinds of businesses. The demand for information systems specialists is increasing as big data firms use progressive technologies to maintain supply chain operations world-wide. Business students taking the information systems minor will need to complete three courses (9 credit hours) and College of Arts & Sciences students must complete five courses (15 credit hours).
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Interior Design
Interior design transforms and enhances society. At Suffolk University, interior design students will gain the knowhow and skills to influence the way people live, work and play. Originality, creative problem solving, safeguarding of natural resources, consideration of building codes and laws and awareness of human behaviour all play their part in the work of an interior designer. As a Bachelor of Fine Arts major in interior design, students will cultivate a thorough knowledge of history, communication and design skills, design theory, ecological and socially-conscious design, lighting and furniture design and code obedience. Students will become fluent in two- and three-dimension design software and computer hardware, both essential tools for the modern designer.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
International Business Minor
Business is international. Whether students are interested in entrepreneurship, accounting or management, they will need to have an international mindset. Studying a minor in international business at Suffolk University will teach students how to think globally and consider business strategies from an international standpoint. Students will investigate worldwide business theories, like outsourcing, foreign direct investment and international ethics. Students will then learn how to employ the strategies to the workplace. Business students will be required to complete three elective courses (9 credit hours) and College of Arts & Sciences students must complete five elective courses (15 credit hours).
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Journalism
Suffolk University’s Communication and Journalism department gives students access to a specialized video production classroom and editing lab, state-of-the-art computer labs and a television studio. Students will be taught to use industry-standard lighting equipment, sound equipment and digital cameras, along with non-linear editing software. Majors will also have chances to participate in one of Suffolk’s co-curricular activities. Majors are urged to practice their skills by writing for Suffolk’s award-winning student newspaper and online publications, The Suffolk Journal and The Suffolk Voice. They will also be encouraged to join the student video-club, RamCam Productions and will have the opportunity to get in front of the camera, reporting for the “Suffolk in the City” features on New England Cable News.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Law
Suffolk University’s undergraduate Law Program offers three programs: Bachelor's degree in Law, Associate's degree in Paralegal Studies and Certificate in Paralegal Studies. All three programs meet the demanding standards set by the American Bar Association and have been endorsed by the ABA since 1994. Suffolk’s undergraduate majors in Law are intended as legal occupation credentials. The programs get students ready to work as paralegals in a corporate office, government agency or a law office. Undergraduate Law classes are available both during the day and in the evening. Students may opt to attend during the day, the evening, or a mix of the two. The flexibility of Suffolk’s Undergraduate Law classes makes it easy to combine work and school. Suffolk students also have unlimited access to the globally renown library at Suffolk University Law School.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Leadership Minor
At Suffolk University when completing the Leadership minor, students will learn how to create a positive culture, establish an engaged workforce, and lead varied multi-ethnic teams. Students will also take part in leadership experiences delivered by the Leadership Journey Program. The leadership minor mixes leadership concepts with experimental learning. Suffolk’s leadership minor differentiates itself from other programs in that the leadership concepts trained in the classroom and the Leadership Journey Program’s experimental learning are completely integrated to make the most of a student’s leadership development. Business students are required to select four elective courses (12 credit hours) and College of Arts and Science students must choose 5 courses (12 credit hours).
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Management
By studying for a major in management at Suffolk University, students will learn how to work collaboratively and be a successful leader in a competitive international marketplace. Programs such as the Management Senior Capstone Project Course are designed to help students put their business knowledge to the test and students will devote an entire semester completing business challenges for an actual client. Students will present their business recommendations to high-level executives but not before they have completed weeks of intensive research, group meetings, and client interviews. Majors will graduate as innovative, creative and effective problem solvers and they will be set to manage many varied types of organisations. Students will have the self-assurance to lead diverse teams that involve different ethical, political, cultural and behavioural perspectives. Concentrations include: Business Analysis and Leadership.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Management Minor
A minor in management at Suffolk University will teach students how to think analytically about difficult business challenges and help them develop efficient motivational methods. Students will discover innovative ways to enhance efficiency and learn how to successfully manage people from varied cultural backgrounds. Studying a minor in management, students will learn how to work in a collaborative way and be an valuable leader in any field they choose. A Management Minor for Business students consists of taking three elective courses (9 credit hours) and for College of Arts & Sciences students, five courses (15 credit hours).
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Marketing
At Suffolk University students will quickly learn that marketing of any business, product or idea is vital to its success. The Sawyer Business School teaches how to generate effective incorporated business stratagems that embrace marketing, publicity, research and advertising. Students will explore innovative technologies and social media platforms. Students will also do consulting work for major organisations. When completing this marketing major students will learn how to make informed marketing decisions by understanding the methods of collecting, processing and analysing marketing information. They will also learn how to identify important factors of the marketing environment as they apply to marketing strategy. Concentrations include: Brand Marketing, Global Marketing, Marketing Consulting, Marketing Innovation & New Media and Sports Marketing.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Marketing Minor
When students study a marketing minor at Suffolk University, they will learn how to conceive effective combined business strategies including publicity, marketing and research, that are vital to the triumph of any product, business or notion. Students will select courses from the following: Marketing, Product Innovation and Branding, Digital Marketing, Global Marketing, Professional Selling and Sports Marketing. Marketing is critical and it’s a field that’s changing rapidly with the inception of new technologies, globalization and modern lifestyles. Students will investigate new technologies and social media. Students will also do consulting work for real businesses. Completing a Marketing Minor for Business Students consists of three courses (9 credit hours) and for College of Arts & Sciences Students, four courses (12 credit hours).
Level: Undergraduate Associate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
Master in Applied Politics
Suffolk University’s graduate program will get students ready for a career in politics thanks to first-rate faculty and specialized curriculum. This degree requires students to take 10 courses (30 credits). Electives can contain any graduate course tendered by the Government Department. Other Suffolk University graduate courses can be chosen as electives with the agreement of the program director. Electives are to be chosen to support a student’s field of concentration and selection of internship area.
Level: Graduate     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: English  
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Language of instruction

Spanish, English

Type of school

Private University

Telephone

34 91 533 5935

Location

Calle Viña, 3, Madrid, Spain, 28003

Accreditation

NEASC Inc., and Comunidad de Madrid. New England Association of Schools and Colleges


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