Saint Louis University’s campus in Madrid offers students a robust education in the humanities and social sciences.
Brian Goss, Ph.D., program director
The Department of Communication offers a comprehensive, internationally focused education in communication. We offer a blended approach to theory and application, which emphasizes understanding while cultivating ability.
Anne D. Dewey, Ph.D., program director
Gain a global perspective of English through the study of literature, film, gender and race, rhetoric, language study, professional writing and creative writing through courses offered by SLU-Madrid’s Department of English.
Fine and Performing Arts
Cary Barney, M.F.A., program director
The Department of Fine and Performing Arts explores and celebrates the disciplines of studio art, art history, dance, music and theatre. Get hands-on experience in the arts through visits to galleries, music performances and theatre productions.
Mary Prendergast, Ph.D., program director
Through the study of classical languages, history, philosophy and theology, SLU-Madrid’s Department of Humanities offers students an opportunity to learn more about themselves, society and their place in the world.
Modern Languages and ESL
Hamish Binns, program director
Be more than just bilingual. SLU-Madrid offers language courses in Arabic, Chinese, English as a Second Language, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish.
Simona Rentea, Ph.D., program director
Our Department of Political Science offers an in-depth study of international relations and the political processes that guide nations around the world.
Psychology, Anthropology and Sociology
Laurie Mazzuca, Ph.D., program director
Study humans and their interactions with each other through courses offered by SLU-Madrid’s Department of Psychology, Anthropology and Sociology. Enjoy courses in international studies, archeology and women’s and gender studies as well.
Olga Muñoz Carrasco, Ph.D., program director
SLU-Madrid’s Spanish Department offers a wide range of Spanish language courses, ranging from introductory undergraduate courses to graduate-level study.