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Because of the need to compete successfully in our increasingly global environment, the study of Spanish at Saint Louis University is a popular choice for students considering a career in law, health sciences, political science, international business, economics, history or education.

A statue of Philip the third riding a horse in the Plaza Mayor in Madrid, Spain.

Along with its American campus, SLU also has a campus in Madrid, and students are encouraged to spend a year there. Students graduate prepared for careers that make use of proficiency in Spanish or for graduate work in Spanish. 

Undergraduate Program Coordinator: Ana M. Montero, Ph.D.

Graduate Program Coordinator: Amy E. Wright, Ph.D.